Brother Industries Ltd have once again takes out gongs at the iF Design Award 2021, continuing their winning streak into a 14th year across 4 product categories. The leading global manufacturer of laser and inkjet printing devices, now hold 78 awards under their belt, including the four won this year. Products were selected from 10,000 entries received, from 52 countries and regions around the world.
Brother’s P-Touch Cube Pro (PT-P910BT), DS-640 Mobile Scanner and DS-940DW Mobile Scanner were all awarded, boasting a simplistic, white design and fantastic functionality. The P-Touch Cube Pro was created with flexibility in mind, making it the perfect professional organiser for small businesses, whilst the Mobile Scanner range offers complete portable scanning solutions whether you’re at the office, or on the road. Brother’s mobile application, My Stitch Monitor, also took home an iF Design Award. Created to enhance productivity, it enables users of Brother’s embroidery machines to attend to other tasks while their machine is operating. An alert is sent via their smartphone or tablet if the machine needs their assistance, such as a thread change.
“Once again we are extremely honoured to have received the iF Design Award, and have our new generation of technology recognised”, said Stefanie Matthews, Marketing Manager, Printing, Labelling & Mobility Solutions at Brother International Australia. “We continue to improve our products, incorporating feedback from our customers, to make sure we deliver superior design quality on both an aesthetic and functional level.”
DRN has reviewed the P-Touch Cube Pro (PT-P910BT) and thinks very highly of it, along with a follow up post. We have also reviewed the nifty DS-940DW Mobile Scanner and still have it on our desk actually, because it is that good to have around.