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Kyocera launches new A4 MFPs

Kyocera launches new A4 MFPs

February 4, 2016

Kyocera's TASKalfa 406ci

Kyocera’s TASKalfa 406ci

The OEM has said that the TASKalfa printers “revolutionise A4 printing”.

The new range of A4 MFPs are said to “offer benefits normally only available on more expensive A3 machines”, and have been called the “first A4 MFP series with the power of A3”. The new printers include the 406ci, 356ci and 306ci, and include features such as “superior paper handling”, a paper sheet of up to 3,100-sheet capacity, duplex printing and “full finishing options”. Kyocera added that the range is “ideal for small to large workgroups who use a colour A3 MFP […] yet print on A4 most of the time”.

In terms of print speeds, the 406ci, 356ci and 306ci feature respective rates of 40ppm, 35ppm and 30ppm, alongside print resolution of 1,200dpi, and can each be “configured to the needs of the department”, whether it be “space-saving desktop models” or “five-tray floor-standing workgroup colour MFPs”. The machines also utilise Kyocera’s open software platform HyPAS, offering users an “adaptable business tool”, as well as touchscreen panels and internal memory.

The three printers are available now, and Kyocera added that it has “optimised the new A4 MFP design to give high performance in environments where document output and finishing are key”, noting that “until now, this would have meant a big investment in an A3 device”. It concludes that there is “no compromise on security or mobile printing capability which, coupled with reduced downtime, means businesses will quickly start to see saving from investing in Kyocera devices”.

Nigel Allen, Marketing Director at Kyocera Document Solutions UK, commented: “The new products are ideal for organisations such as schools, which can have tight budgets that mean they print exclusively in A4, despite needing advanced finishing options. They allow documents to be transformed into digital files that are stored, edited and shared, but don’t compromise on superior output management.

“From A6 up to 1220mm banner sizes can be managed by these fully-loaded products. They are ideal for customers who want reduced upfront outlay and low running costs.”

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