You know how we’re all reminded to use both sides of the paper whenever we print stuff, and how it can be a little cumbersome to print on one side then turn it over, especially if you’re printing a pretty large document.
I suppose we can all find it easier to do this once manufacturers start realizing that they NEED to address this matter. Two printers that can make the job a snap are coming out this month, courtesy of Brother.
Brother on Tuesday announced the release of two new laser printers, the HL-4040CDN and the MFC-9450CDN all-in-one. Both use an automatic duplex printing feature for reduced paper use that will print on both sides of a page. The HL-4040CDN directly replaces Brother’s existing HL-4040CN, sharing many of its features, including 21ppm print speeds for black and white and color pages as well as maximum print quality of 2400x600dpi. What it adds is the duplex printing feature.