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Kyocera UK launches two new A3 monochrome MFPs

March 5, 2014

Kyocera's TASKalfa 1801

Kyocera’s TASKalfa 1801

The OEM has released the TASKalfa 1801 and 2201 to enhance “overall workflow and performance”.

Kyocera UK announced the two new devices as having completed its “affordable entry-level range, with the two A3 mono MFPs offering print speeds of up to 22ppm in A4 and featuring many of the “intuitive function normally available on higher end devices”.

The TASKalfa 1801 replaces the TASKalfa 181 and the TASKalfa 2201 replaces the TASKalfa 221, with both machines enjoying “advanced functionality and lower purchase price[s]”, which Kyocera says “makes them the ideal choice for busy offices looking for cost effective solutions”. Both devices are equipped with the OEM’s Print Box function, which lets users temporarily store files on the PC as a print job and then print them on demand by pressing a button on the printer.

This new feature is said to “enhance security” because in this case prints are “only printed when the recipient is ready to collect them”. The devices also include long-life technology, including a 150,000 page drum, which Kyocera notes means “few maintenance cycles” but “maximised […] uptime”.

Zoe Thomas, Product Marketing Manager at Kyocera Document Solutions UK, commented: “We have added convenient features that increase productivity in this update to our A3 MFP range. We’re offering a 400 sheet capacity and print and colour scan functionality as standard while ID Card Copy and Print Box functionality provide seamless workflow for when you need to digitise documents and quickly get them where they need to be.

“Our extended range of robust MFPs adopts a new engine leading to a competitive purchase price for the devices and, combined with low running costs, gives exceptional value for every office user. By accelerating workgroup productivity without compromising on environmental features these products really are a cut above the rest.”

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