Kyocera Mita has launched two new four-in-one office machines that contain printing, scanning, faxing and network-copying capabilities.
The KM-2530 and KM-3530 run at a rate of 25 and 35 copies per minute respectively. With a first time to copy of just 3.9 seconds, they are the quickest in their class, the company claims.
The machines contain long-life components, such as an amorphous silicon drum that lasts up to 400,000 and 500,000 pages, ensuring low maintenance and minimising waste.
According to the vendor, the machines' touch-screen interfaces are simple to use and can be user-customised. With a large hard disk, documents can be sent to a virtual mailbox and accessed through the copiers' control panels.
Other features include a triple access function that allows three operations to be performed at once, a shortened paper path to increase speed, and a broad range of output options.
The KM-2530 and KM-3530 are available now and are priced at $7390.90 and $9898.90 respectively (including GST).