Print iPhone Photos On Your Brother Printer
If you own an iPhone, iPad, or iPod and a Brother multifunction printer, you can now print and scan from one to the other.
Brother iPrint&Scan lets you send photos from your device to your printer over a wireless network. You can choose an existing photo from your album or snap one on the spot with the camera.
The app also supports scanning from your printer to your iPhone. That's a great way to capture photos and documents for mobile viewing. Scanned items can be saved to your photo album, e-mailed, or opened in other compatible apps.
Best of all, iPrint&Scan is free. If you own a compatible Brother all-in-one printer it's a must-have.
Brother Confirmed As Rutherford Mobile Printer Provider
Brother has been confirmed as the mobile printer partner Rutherford’s route accounting and direct store delivery (DSD) software solutions.
Rutherford’s eoStar Route Management software is used by a number of producers of soft drinks, beer, wine and snack foods.
David Crist, senior vice president, sales and marketing for Brother Mobile Solutions, said: “Achieving accuracy, speed and efficiency in the fast-paced business of over-the-road route accounting can be tough, and we are proud to offer a range of rugged, reliable mobile printing solutions that help make the distributors’ and drivers’ jobs easier.”
Mr Crist emphasised that the company is honoured to be recognised by Rutherford for its mobile wireless enabled printers.
Recently, Brother’s MFC-9330CDW printer picked up three stars from a writer at PCMag.
Tony Hoffman from the website noted that the machine offers a respectable speed, along with a port for a USB thumb drive and an auto-duplexer.
Brother Machine Recommended By Trusted Reviews
Brother’s HL - 3140CW printer has been recommended by a writer at Trusted Reviews.
Simon Williams from the website noted that the machine boasts a low maintenance LED mechanism and is quiet in comparison to similar models.
However, he cited its lack of duplex printing as a flaw, along with its single-sheet special purpose tray. On top of this, the writer praised its high print speed and low price in comparison to other colour printers.
“The Brother HL-3140CW is a really good value colour LED printer. It’s neat, quick and doesn’t cost that much to run, particularly when compared with early colour LEDs from Dell and Xerox, where colour pages came close to 20p each,” he summarised.
Mr Williams admitted that, due to its low asking price, there is little reason to buy a mono-only machine when a colour alternative is available for the same cost.
By Fred Bugenhalgen