Ideal for medical practices, this ‘while stocks last’ special deal is for a Brother printer with free tray. Plus, all Brother printers now have a 4-year warranty, applied retrospectively as a free upgrade!
Our medical and practice clients mostly prefer the Brother brand. We like them too, as they tend to just run and cause few problems. And Brother now has a really hot deal for people looking for a two tray mono laser printer – a Brother printer with free tray.
All prices exclude GST, delivery and installation. While stocks last.
Special Offer – Brother Office Laser printer, with a FREE 500 sheet paper tray
Hot price $351.00 for printer RRP $608.65
Plus free additional paper tray RRP $299
An ideal printer for medical practices because it has 2 trays to cater for A4 and A5 printing without having to change the paper.
- High Speed 40ppm Mono Printing with Duplex
- USB, Network and Wi-Fi Standard
- Super High Yield Toner (up to 12,000 pages)
- 4 Year Warranty
New 4 Year Brother warranty – in a very pleasant move for customers, Brother have extended the warranties on their printers to 4 years. This applies to new printers of course, but it also applies retrospectively to existing printers as a free warranty upgrade, as long as only genuine Brother consumables have been used.
Designed for demanding office environments with medium to high print needs, the HL6180DW gives you speed, efficiency, and economy, all in one robust package. The very economical running costs, with super-high-yield cartridges and double-sided printing, mean you can print as much as you need. And you can connect to your network with a cable or wirelessly, whichever best suits.
This great printer comes standard with a paper capacity of 500 sheets, which you can increase to 1000 by purchasing the optional 500-sheet tray.
So, if your practice is in need of a solid workhorse two tray mono laser printer, or if you need to replace your ageing fleet in consult rooms, then now is the time – please get in touch quoting ‘Brother printer with free tray’. While stocks last.