Eco-friendly laser printers to reduce burden on landfills
This one is for those people who are ignorant about their carbon footprints by means of relentless printing on papers. Just recently, a company named, Brother, has unleashed two new laser printers, the HL-4040CDN and the MFC-9450CDN. Sporting an automatic duplex printing feature, these printers print on both the sides of the page which helps to reduce the wastage of paper. This means lesser papers will see their way to landfills. The first one of the duo, the HL-4040CDN, along with the dual-sided printing feature also includes 21ppm print speeds for black and white and color pages as well as maximum print quality of 2400x600dpi.
The second one, the all-in-one laser MFC-9450CDN, boasts of printing speeds of 21ppm (in monochrome or color) and copying pages can be done as fast as 17 per minute. This one has a maximum print resolution fixed at 2400×600. It certainly doesn’t miss out the latest automatic duplex printing feature.
The MFC-9450CDN can also shared over a network via a built-in Ethernet port, or connect to external devices such as flash drives or digital cameras via USB 2.0 ports. Keen eco-printers can grab the HL-4040CDN for $400 from this month onwards while the all-in-one MFC-9450CDN will debut in January for $650.