High-performance printing in a compact design


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Business services specialist Toshiba TEC, has expanded its product portfolio to include two new A4 monochrome printing devices. 

The multifunction e-STUDIO478S and e-STUDIO528P combine compact design with reliability and low running costs, making them ideal for small to medium-sized companies and workgroups. Their energy-saving design as well as their performance are key user benefits. 

These versatile devices offer a wide range of paper handling capabilities that can be tailored to the user’s individual needs and, with print speeds of up to 52 pages per minute, this combination of high level performance helps users to maximise productivity in their business operations.  Added to that, Toshiba’s long-life consumables and reliability ensure smooth operation with minimal interruptions.

Both models have mobile printing support to allow direct printing from smart phones and tablets and both feature a colour LCD touch screen user interface which is highly intuitive in operation: all of the system’s functions can be accessed with a swipe and a touch of a finger.

“These two new printers are exciting additions to our product line-up,” said Jeremy Spencer, Toshiba TEC Marketing Director. “They combine exceptional performance and reliability with convenient user-friendly operation. In addition, as well as protecting the environment through low carbon footprint, features like duplex printing offers businesses a lower total cost of ownership.”

As with all of Toshiba’s multifunction ranges, these new models adhere to its low carbon footprint procedures, which minimise the environmental impact throughout the lifecycle of the device.  In addition, any emissions produced as part of the procurement, manufacturing, and delivery processes are offset so the device is ‘Carbon Zero’ which allows for positive business activities with no detrimental effect on the environment.

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