Ricoh IM C300F, New A4 Colour Photocopy Machine 2020 Ricoh Malaysia
Ricoh has unveiled a new range of multi-function devices as it looks to further support smart workspaces for small to medium workgroups.
The new range of colour A4 multi-function devices use smart workplace technology to support the digital workplace through in-built scalability, security, and sustainability, Ricoh says.
The new range of Ricoh IM C300F and IMC 400F devices are part of Ricoh's Dynamic Workplace Intelligence approach and incorporate printing, scanning, faxing and copying functionality.
"The user-friendly devices are ideally positioned for small to medium workgroups of between 5 to 15 people that require business class image quality in a desktop multi-function printer, as well as low total cost of ownership with an advanced feature set that promotes increased productivity and smart workplaces," the company explains.
Ricoh IM C300F feature fast colour print speeds of up to 30 ppm, scanning speeds of up to 80ipm and are designed to generate up to 10,000 pages each month. They are the first A4 series to feature Ricoh's Always Current Technology platform. The offering enables users to download and install new application functionality, features and upgrades directly to their device as they become available.
"Digital workplaces deploying the new Ricoh devices can scale their capabilities based on their latest needs, while also keeping security features and software completely up to date. There's also instant access to upgrades the moment they hit the market, eliminating the need to purchase new hardware for additional functionality or wait for contracts to expire. Also included is support for the latest mobile printing applications," Ricoh says.
"At the same time, Ricoh service experts can remotely access the devices smart operations panel for fast troubleshooting and perform automatic firmware updates. Our aim is to ensure maximum user productivity at all times to support business continuity and innovation," he says.
" We look forward to the positive impact which these new devices will have in the workplace."
Source: IT Brief Australia