Printing on the go with Brother

Brother Australia has launched a new range of mobile receipt and label printers with major improvements in performance, connectivity, deployment and battery power, designed for tough logistics workflows.

The new RJ-4200 series now come with Mobile Deploy, a cloud-based app that facilitates fast, easy deployment of printers by enabling remote updates at the touch of a button.

Mobile Deploy helps save both time and money by enabling remote configuration of printers in the field - virtually eliminating the need for IT to physically configure or update devices in the office or instruct over the phone. Using the Mobile Deploy app and an internet connection, updates can be pushed directly and simultaneously to field operators’ smart devices. Whether updating one printer or an entire fleet, the operation can be performed simply and easily from one central location.

David Molloy, Mobile Print Specialist at Brother Australia, notes: “We set out to dramatically improve performance metrics and user experience as well ‒ and it has exceeded expectations in beta trial and early deployments. We think that users across market sectors such as route accounting, transportation, public safety, field service, manufacturing and warehouse operations will immediately recognise the value.”

The Brother RJ-4200 Series is currently comprised of two models: the RJ-4230B ($1299, available now) and RJ-4250WB ($1399, available in 2019).

Both include a 3000mAh smart battery, snap on belt clip, roll holder stop, and strain relief clip. The RJ-4230B comes equipped with a Bluetooth radio and the RJ-4250WB has both Bluetooth and WiFi radios. The mobile printers incorporate reliable, hassle-free thermal printing technology with no messy inks, ribbons or solvents to deal with.

They feature ultra-rugged construction with reinforced parts, industrial-grade tactile buttons and moulded rubber housing engineered for improved toughness, 2.1m drop protection and IP54 certified.


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