Information, communication and technology services provider Brother UK has launched a portable printer range.

The Brother PJ-773 is compatible with Apple AirPrint.
The Brother PJ-773 is compatible with Apple AirPrint.

Brother describes the PJ700 series as the smallest, most technologically advanced A4/A5 mobile thermal printer series on the market. It consists of six models that offer fast, reliable, high-quality printing from any location.

With a robust design, a longer battery life and fast print speeds, they are an option for vets who need to work efficiently when visiting customers.

The flagship PJ-763MFi model also offers Bluetooth connection and the PJ-773 includes Apple AirPrint, meaning vets can print directly from Apple devices.

The printers offer a variety of power and image quality settings, with no inks or toners to replace and a simple set-up, meaning operating them while in the field is as straightforward as possible.

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