Brother Fax-930

Brother claims its Fax-930 is one of the smallest machines on the market.

The machine is a fax, telephone, copier and Message Centre. It allows you to retrieve fax and voice messages from remote locations, forward faxes, or be contacted by pager when a new fax or message arrives. The Fax-930 has 5 built-in personal mail boxes and a voice-on-demand function for storing messages. The unit also has a 10-page auto document feeder, 48 auto dial numbers and 512K memory (storage for 20 pages of fax messages or 15 minutes of voice).

An optional Multi Function Link ($149 RRP) is a PC interface that lets the Fax-930 act as a printer, scanner (with OCR) and a PC fax.

The Brother Fax-930 is priced at $639 RRP. Call Brother International directly on (02) 9887 4344.

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