How Brother Printers Help You Save Money

As a consumer, there are two things that I particularly like about Brother Printers.

First, since I’ve just taken on a personal advocacy of protecting the environment, I appreciate the fact that Brother Printers are eco-friendly. In fact, since 2002, Brother is the only printer manufacturer to have achieved the coveted TCO standard – the toughest environmental standard in the world. Isn’t that something?

Brother Printer

Second, as someone who is conscious about my monthly budget – just like most of you, I love that Brother printers help me save money both by being fairly affordable and by supporting cost-effective ink-systems.

The Brother Printer that I’m currently eyeing is the new DCP-T700W with refill tank system, available at only Php 11,450. Brother also holds promos and discounts every now and then. You can call the Brother Helpdesk number (02) 581-9898 for to inquire about ongoing offers.

Brother Printer DCP=T700W, Printers with Refill Ink Tank

Apart from being a stellar three-in-one system – as it can work as a printer, copier, and scanner – this particular model also offers ultra-high 6000-page yield for black ink (valued at Php 390), giving you more for every peso you spend on ink – especially if you’re a high print volume consumer.

Aside from being a tech blogger and editor, I also hold consultancy positions for a few companies, which requires me to print documents on a daily basis. That said, I believe this printer can really be a reliable partner in accomplishing my tasks and building my career.

Featuring a smarter design and a more compact build that’s great for home offices or corporate cubicles, DCP T700W also helps you optimize work productivity with its automatic document feeder, hassle-free ink refill process, and wireless networking capability.

Always at your side, Brother and its products support people in their lifestyles and work styles. Also, the devices clearly give you more value for your hard-earned money and allows you to maximize your savings with each passing day.

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