Cheap and Durable Thermal Battery Printers by Brother

When it comes down to it I class Brother as one of the best producers of thermal portable printers in the world at the moment.  They’ve got a range of really fantastic devices which are exactly suited for the average consumer.  Find out more below. // // When it comes down to it I think that overall it’s Brother which produces some of the best mobile thermal printers in the world at the moment.  Now I’m not talking about the ones for printing off tickets or receipts I’m talking about the ones used by consumers such as [...] Read more...

Brother PocketJet 3 Paper

When it comes to Brother’s PocketJet 3 you need to understand that they use their own specific paper due to the thermal printing mechanisms involved.  Find out more below.// // The PJ 3 and PJ 6 printers are thermal printers.  Thermal printers don’t use ink, but they do need special thermal paper.  Thermal printing works by heating or ‘burning’ ultra-specific small parts of the paper to form text and images.  Instead of burning the paper to ashes, the specific paper has chemicals woven into its structure which allow for color changes to take place depending [...] Read more...

Brother PocketJet 3 Driver

By the end of this post I’ll explain what drivers are, why they’re important and where you’re able to find the appropriate drivers for the PocketJet 3 and the 3 Plus.  Find out more below.// // When talking about printer drivers there are several key differences between them and regular computer drivers.  Essentially a a computer driver allows user controlled programs to interact successfully with hardware, for example on my laptop I can choose how much graphical processing power to assign to each program and this wouldn’t be possible without my video graphics card driver. When talking [...] Read more...

Brother PocketJet 6 Portable Printer

Most portable printers aren’t actually portable in the sense most people think, this is not the case with the Brother PocketJet 6.  Find out why below.// // When it comes to genuine portability the product you buy needs to weigh as little as possible and have dimensions that are small enough to reasonably fit into a bag or deep pocket.  Well the PJ 6 doesn’t fail to deliver in these two crucial criteria because they weigh only 1.3 pounds – only very slightly more than their predecessors the Brother PocketJet 3.  Not only is it [...] Read more...

Brother PocketJet 3 Portable Printer

When it comes to a genuinely portable printer the PocketJet 3 by Brother does not fail to deliver.  They’re one of the very few printers which I consider has real portability.  Find out more below.// // When it comes to real portability what do I mean by this?  I mean a product which is both lightweight and compact, it’s that simple.  Being lightweight is important but not as important as having a compact printer, never the less carrying something which is 3-4 pounds and up, is just too heavy to casually keep in a bag, purse [...] Read more...

Brother PocketJet 6 Paper

One of the things which is important to remember with the PocketJet range is their use of thermal print mechanisms which for some people are a complete contrast with the usual type of inkjet/laser printing that they’re used to.  Find out more below.// // Remember that with regular inkjet/laser printing the paper is far cheaper and only has slight adjustments made.  When it comes to thermal printing, thermal paper is paper with chemicals woven into the matrix of the paper.  Thermal printers work be heating or ‘burning’ specific parts of the paper using very fine [...] Read more...

Brother PocketJet 3 Plus

The Brother PocketJet 3 Plus is the upgraded version of the more basic PJ3 model and the upgrade is similar to that of its replacement PJ 6 range.  Find out more below.// // To start with they both use thermal printing mechanisms which reduce the size and weight of the printer which makes them perfect for compact portable printing.  However the PJ3 range still do have some moving parts, albeit comparatively less then when compared with any inkjet/laser jet printer.  The near absence of moving parts makes them much more less likely to suffer any internal mechanical failure which [...] Read more...

Brother PocketJet 3 – a good portable printer

The PJ3 is the predecessor to its older, superior brother – the PocketJet 6.  There are a number of improvements the 6 models have over the 3 designs.  Find out more below.// // To start with the PJ 3 designs don’t have any Bluetooth wireless options whatsoever.  This is a deep contrast to their replacements because all of the Brother Pocketjet 6 designs have Bluetooth in some form – whether it’s pre-installed or whether you have to buy an adapter.  This doesn’t mean it doesn’t have any wireless options at all they do have Infrared [...] Read more...

Brother PocketJet 6 Plus (Black and White, Portable, Wireless Printer)

Brother PocketJet 6 Plus

The Plus version of the Brother PocketJet 6 is similar to to its cousin but with several key upgrades which set it apart and above.  Firstly I’ll briefly go over what they have in common.  Find out more below. // // The first thing they have in common is their thermal portable printer mechanism which has two key characteristics which makes it perfect for wireless portable printing.  To start with thermal print mechanisms don’t have any moving parts which means that the composite hardware incorporated into the design is much more compact and lighter which [...] Read more...

Brother PocketJet 6 (A4 Sized, Wireless Portable Printer)

Brother PocketJet 6

When it comes to real portability the Brother Pocketjet 6 is one of the few printers which actually manages to deliver.  I’ll explain what I mean by ‘real’ portable printers because it’s really important for you to understand what I mean.  Read on below.// // When I talk about ‘real portability’ I mean the ability to be able to reasonably carrying around your printer wherever you go in your bag or pocket under two rules.  The first rule is that its dimensions can’t be too large, it’s not a mobile printer if it’s too big [...] Read more...