WIN! A feature-packed A3 printer from Brother

Brother MFC-J6510DW
Print posters with the MFC-J6510DW

Ever wanted to print bigger, more impressive documents, create stunning posters or produce professional designs and plans?

We've teamed up with printer manufacturer Brother to give you the chance to win one of two feature-packed A3 printers, worth £299 each.

Brother launched the world's first compact A3 multifunction inkjet machine in 2008, bringing affordable A3 printing to ambitious small and medium sized businesses and people looking for that little bit more. One of the newest offerings from the award winning range is the MFC-J6510DW.

An all-round professional - its biggest feature is the affordable A3 printing, copying, scanning and faxing, alongside the handy A3 double-sided printing feature - ideal if you want to save paper. You can even use this feature to create your own A4 brochures in-house, making it perfect for creative individuals.

It's fast, producing 12 (mono) and 10 (colour) images per minute, plus with the XL high yield ink cartridge lasting up to an incredible 2400 pages, you'll save on running costs, making printing a lot cheaper. It's also great for sharing, thanks to the enhanced connectivity of wireless N technology.

With its bigger A3 flatbed scanner and 8.3cm colour LCD screen, you can view and scan photos and documents in seconds as well as edit and improve your photos without ever having to touch a computer. The double-sided printing function is not only better for the environment but it also makes handling large documents easy.

For more information on Brother's range of A3 printers, visit

This competition is now closed. The winners are S. Southurst and R. White.


Please note that this competition is only open to UK residents over 18 years of age.

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