KYOCERA MITA LAUNCHES FIRST MFP TO BENEFIT FROM ECOSYS TECHNOLOGY

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Pioneering document imaging company Kyocera Mita today launched the first ever entry level multifunction device to benefit from ECOSYS technology. The FS-1018MFP is an 18 A4 page per minute mono laser copier with print and colour scan-to-email functionality built in as standard. The device also comes equipped with network capability as standard, making it ideal for small workgroups. The FS-1018MFPs competitive RRP of just 449 is certain to appeal to all levels of business from SME to Corporate organisations.

The ECOSYS technology used in the FS-1018MFP ensures that it has an unbeatably low consumables cost per page of only 0.68 pence lower than many of its single-function counterparts and significantly lower than comparable multifunction products. Kyoceras unique long life drum ensures reliability and keeps preventative maintenance to a minimum, making it a valuable addition to any document imaging fleet.

The FS-1018MFP produces high quality 1200dpi resolution output with a time to first copy of less than eight seconds. High volume jobs are handled with ease and the addition of the optional document processor and the optional 250-sheet paper feeder increases efficiency even further. The FS-1018MFP has a large five-line LCD display panel and compact ergonomic design which makes operation easy and intuitive. In common with the entire Kyocera Mita range of products the FS-1018MFP uses Kyoceras KX driver and comes equipped for free with the KM-Netviewer remote management and monitoring software.

Koby Amedume, Marketing Communications Manager at Kyocera Mita comments: The FS-1018MFP is the first multifunction device to benefit from the reliability and low cost of ownership of Kyocera Mitas ECOSYS technology. It is the ideal device for streamlining document workflow in small workgroups. The colour scan-to-email capability is particularly beneficial to organisations that need to digitise documents cost-effectively.

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