KYOCERA MITA LAUNCHES NEW WORKGROUP MULTIFUNCTION COPIERS

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Kyocera Mita, the pioneering document imaging company, today announced the launch of two new A3 capable multifunction copiers designed to support busy workgroups. The KM-1650 and KM-2050 deliver high quality output at 16 and 20 A4 pages per minute respectively and are equipped for copying and network printing straight out of the box.

The two new products are designed to enhance the productivity of small to medium sized workgroups. In addition to standard printing and copying the KM-1650 and KM-2050 can be configured with scan and fax facilities to create a truly multifunctional device. Both products use Kyoceras long life components, which guarantee high reliability, low running costs and minimum downtime, key factors for any busy office.

Koby Amedume, Marketing Manager at Kyocera Mita commented: For a workgroup to be productive it needs to be supported by hardware that is fast, highly functional and reliable. These are the principles behind the KM-1650 and KM-2050 mfps. They are the first Kyocera A3 workgroup mfps to benefit from network printing straight out of the box and they can be equipped with duplex functionality to reduce paper consumption and storage requirements. The compact design of the products ensures that they will fit easily into any office environment.

The KM-1650 and KM-2050 benefit from a fast warm up time of 20 seconds or less, and a time to first copy of less than 5.9 seconds, so users are not kept waiting for their print and copy jobs. The generous 64MB of RAM facilitates advanced digital functions such as PDF direct printing and electronic sorting.

Expandable functionality

With a wide range of options including a job separator, internal finisher, duplex unit, document processor and the potential to increase the paper capacity, the devices can be specified to match the users precise requirements, both from the outset and as changing business needs dictate. The optional scan and fax capabilities mean that the device can grow in functionality as the workgroup does, and act as a true centre for document production and distribution.

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