Where to Buy a Brother Printer

Brother is a brand of more than 100 years, we remember the famous typewriters of thirty years ago with the ball rolling letters, which then passed to electronic machines; those that cost to obtain that the secretaries left on the one hand. Even today there are those who are reluctant to keep it in an exhibition case and in the excuse of saving energy they make it work again with 3.5 disks "

I659224 Now Brother has interesting equipment, among them multifunction printers like the DCP-7040, very economical in its inks and that acts as scanner and copier.

The printer can be found in many stores, but one that I recommend for Spain is TPO. They are the initials of the store All For Computers, a place where you can find almost any toy for the home or office, his specialty is Acer and Toshiba laptops, but of course, they sell the major brands in the computer industry like Sony, Epson, HP, Benq, Brother, among others.

The physical location of TPO is in Pontevedra (Galicia) but the online service tpoinformatica.com is so functional that they distribute anywhere in Spain with promotions ranging from 8 Euros.

Not only do they sell the equipment themselves, but also the consumables and accessories, such as the inks or heads that will be needed once a computer is purchased.

Only on sale of Brother printers, for example, do they have more than 60 references, between machinery and accessories, which gives an idea of ​​the volume of articles that they commercialize.

So if you're looking for a Brother Printer Sale, TPO is the place.

2 Replies to "Where to buy a Brother printer"

  1. AutoDesk Civil 3D, is a version that brings the applications for engineering (Roads, dirt, pipes, etc.) and also has the AutoDesk Map part, with the options of plot management and GIS capabilities.

    Supports georeferenced data and can be pasted almost to any database

  2. Hello Brother, your blog is very interesting. I guess you work on something related to cadastre. If you allow me to consult, we currently work with GIS and want to extend civil engineering applications, what do you recommend Autodesk Map or Autodesk Civil? The question is whether the Civilian is able to use well with georeferenced files as well as if he can georeference.

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