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Brother DCP-560CN and DCP-770CW all-in-ones

Brother has launched two network-ready colour inkjet printer, scanner, copiers with automatic document feeders. Get full details of Brother's new range of printer, copier, scanner all-in-ones here

The Brother DCP-560CN comes with PictBridge connection enabling images to be taken directly from your camera to the printer. Printing can also be carried out direct from USB memory stick and images can be scanned to email, OCR, image, file or card.

Brother claims that the DCP-560CN can reach monochrome printing speeds of up to 30ppm and colour printing speeds of up to 25ppm. The printer has a 100 sheet paper capacity, individual colour ink cartridges and allows PC free copying.

The all-in-one features a 2.0in LCD screen and Digital images can be printed direct from media cards such as Compact Flash 1, Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro, Secure Digital and XD Picture Card. The DCP-560CN features stand-alone photo enhance which enables images to be adjusted on the machine's LCD screen. It comes with a 20-sheet photo paper tray and 10-sheet automatic document feeder.

Brother DCP-560CN

Brother DCP-560CN

Brother's DCP-770CW is a compact all-in-one that enables wired and wireless colour inkjet printing, scanning and copying. It has the same features as the DCP-560CN with the addition of a larger 3.3in colour LCD . It is wired and wireless network ready.

Brother DCP-770CW

Brother DCP-770CW

Both models will be available in August, The DCP-560CN costing £99.99 inc VAT and the DCP-770CW costing £149.99 inc VAT.

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