Brother introduces new inkjet all-in-ones


brother-printersBrother has just rolled out a trio of new inkjet all-in-ones – the MFC-295CN, MFC-495CW, and MFC-795CW, where they will retail from $99 to $179 each. These were specially built for the office, where they offer professional quality printing while utilizing minimal office space courtesy of the Brother ink tube delivery system where ink cartridges are not placed the print head, resulting in a lower-profile end product. Most people would think that inkjets are a waste of money in the long run due to the ink cost, but these models do do their part in helping consumers save on their printing costs such as a four-cartridge ink system and N-in-1 printing. Apart from that, the MFC-495CW and MFC-795CW will come with an extra ink save mode that prints only image outlines.Features of these printers are available right after the jump.


  • Built-in Ethernet Network Interface
  • Up to 33/27 ppm (black/color)
  • Media cards slots & Pictbridge/USB direct interface
  • Easy to change front-loading ink cartridges
  • 14.4Kbps Fax Modem
  • Up to 100 sheet paper capacity

MFC-495CW key

  • All the features of the MFC-295CN
  • Flexible Wireless & Ethernet network interface
  • Widescreen 3.3″ Color LCD Display
  • Up to 20 sheet Photo Bypass Tray
  • Up to 35/28 ppm (black/color)
  • 33.6 kbps Fax / Modem
  • Auto-crop mode
  • Ink Save Mode
  • Up to 100 sheet paper capacity


  • All the features of the MFC-495cw
  • 5″ touchscreen color LCD display
  • Built-in answering machine

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2 reviews or comments

Adam Says: September 13, 2009 at 6:22 pm

People need to be warned before buying Brother inkjets, you need to have ink in all the cartridges for it to print, if one of them is empty, no printing for you!

Edwin Says: September 13, 2009 at 7:58 pm

Good point, Adam, although I think Brother has started to change this for a greener approach

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