November 21, 2012
The FS-2100DN monochrome A4 and the FS-C8500DN colour A3 machines have been released by the OEM for purchase by members of the National Printer Agreement, which aims to “instil confidence in the supply of printers” to institutions in education across the United Kingdom.
The two devices, said by the OEM to be “ideal in an educational environment”, are designed under Kyocera’s ECOSYS technology, with the FS-2100DN featuring a print speed of 40ppm as well as being “compact”, having “long-life components” and security features, as well as a paper capacity of 2,600 sheets.
The FS-C8650DN meanwhile offers the OEM’s TASKalfa technology, with folding capabilities as well as a print speed of 55ppm. The machine also features a capacity of 7,650 sheets, with the ability to print banners of up to 1.2 metres in length, as well as 100 percent engine speed whilst duplex printing.
Mark Hayter, Senior Procurement Manager of NEUPC and the NEPA framework manager, said: “Kyocera’s on-going commitment to developing sustainable technology is integral to their continued value for money offering made available to the HE sector via the NEPA framework.”
Elaine Hewitt, National Frameworks Manager for Kyocera Document Solution,s said: “We’re delighted to offer the NEPA framework our extremely cost-effective printers which offer unbeatable TCO and enable the education sector to achieve their goals for best value procurement. Our ECOSYS technology enables schools, colleges and universities to reduce the environmental impact of printing, while offering excellent print quality and most importantly saving money.”
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