November 29, 2018
Ahead of the company’s diamond jubilee in 2019, the OEM is revisiting some of its greatest hits from yesteryear.
Kyocera celebrates its sixtieth anniversary next year, having begun operations in 1959, and to build up to the big occasion, it is marking various company milestones across its LinkedIn pages.
This week, the OEM has taken followers back to 1986, when the company introduced what was then “the world’s smallest laser printer,” the F-1010.
Kyocera called the fondly-remembered F-1010 “a response to a call for document imaging devices with a small footprint, a feature we continue to offer in our lines of A4s and other devices.”
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