Brother's new range of multifunction inkjet printers for the second half of 2014 includes two models for home office users (the DCP-J4120DW and MFC-J4620DW), as well as two models for small business users that need a bit more oomph (the MFC-J5320DW and MFC-J5720DW). It's Brother's first foray into the inkjet business market, a market that's for business users who don't have a need for high-volume printing. For very busy offices, a laser printer is still a better choice.
All of the new multifunction centres come with Brother's Cloud-connected features, which allow you to print from services such as Dropbox and Google, and they can also be used to print from mobile devices (Apple and Android) via an app (Brother's iPrint&Scan). A3 paper is supported, yet all of the printers are designed to be compact and unobtrusive.
But what other features do they have and how can you differentiate between these multifunction printers? Here's a rundown of the new devices so you can see which one might best suit your needs