October 14, 2014
AME Info reported on the launches at GITEX 2014, which were said to be “state of the art” printers and printing solutions.
The MultiXpress range, recently launched in Europe, are Android-powered MFPs that can print “independent of a PC”, with two of the devices – the M2835DW and M2885FW – enabled with NFC (near-field communication) technology and “designed for heavy usage”.
The OEM also introduced the SPDS (Smart Printer Diagnostic System), which is a smartphone application that serves as a “service tool for printer failure diagnostics”. The new MFPs also feature the OEM’s Smart UX Centre, a “patented platform that allows the printers to operate without a PC, supports app scalability and features a consumer-friendly UI”.
The devices in the MultiXpress range additionally have 10.1-inch touchscreens, and the same “customisable” UX technology as featured in its Galaxy range of smartphones and tablets. The OEM noted that the 10 MFPs offer a “truly mobile printing experience”, and are “designed to be intuitive and scalable for all types of business environment”, with longer lifespans due to “lasting toner and drum technologies”.
Khaled Kamel, Director of Samsung Gulf Electronics’ Enterprise Business, stated: “Productivity, efficiency and mobility top the list of our customers’ needs, and with this in mind Samsung is pleased to launch the MultiXpress series. Designed to improve the experience of our business customers, our new Smart MultiXpress line of printing solutions combines our expertise across mobile and display technologies, delivering a powerful stand-alone printer.”
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