The Panasonic KV-SL30 series of A4 hybrid scanners feature a ﬂatbed which is integrated with an automatic document feeder, meaning they can handle damaged documents, booklets, passports, ID cards, envelopes and mixed-size documents easily.
Depending on the documents, the scanner allows users to choose to scan documents from either the ADF or ﬂatbed. Users can also opt for continuous scanning from both, changing the scanning order from one to the other, before saving as a single file.
The KV-SL3066 scans at 65ppm/130ipm and the KV-SL3056 scans at 45ppm/90ipm, making them the fastest of all Panasonic models in the same class.
Konica Minolta label press system
Konica Minolta label press systems fill the gap between entry-level and high-end digital printing presses. The new AccurioLabel 190 system benefits from stable colour consistency and 1200×1200 dpi offset-style quality. No pre-coating is required. The new machine for Europe comes with a web guiding system as a standard. Converters benefit from its ease of operation, production ﬂexibility, fast turnaround and variable data printing capabilities, as well as world-class support and service.
Uniform colour output job-after-job
The MX-6580N and MX-7580N feature Sharp’s next generation Colour Consistency System which helps ensure uniform colour output job-after-job, for repeatable high-quality results. Additionally, a customisable touch screen display offers a user-friendly interface with a clean design, simplified easy modes and integrated mini operation guides.
The devices print 65 and 75 pages per minute respectively, and are equipped with Sharp OSA technology, enabling easy integration with network applications and cloud services, such as Cloud Connect for platforms such as One Drive, Google Drive, and SharePoint Online. Built on the Fiery colour print server, the models are suitable for environments where more colour control and precision is required and are complemented by robust paper handling and productive output capabilities.
Combined ADF and ﬂatbed functionality
The f-7700 and f-7600 from Fujitsu subsidiary PFU, are able to capture documents up to A3 size in a wide variety of paper weights in one batch, saving time and cost for production-level scanning in a professional environment.
The f-7700 model combines ADF and ﬂatbed functionality, with the latter well suited for fragile or oversized documents like magazines. The f-7600 comes with dual fold-out operating panels to support left-to-right and right-to-left scanning scenarios.
Smart document sorting
The Kodak i5650S and i5850S scanners offer three pocket sorting designed for the extreme scanning demands of service bureaus, BPOs and corporate mailrooms.
With excellent processing speed from 180 – 210 pages per minute, additional features include advanced exception handling, including Interactive Multifeed Recovery, which increases hourly throughput. Intelligent imprinting to enable tracking of each document from the time it is scanned until it is recycled or returned to the customer and three output trays (two front and one rear) to provide a separate place for collecting exception documents and reusable patch documents.
Security, performance and energy efficiency
The HP LaserJet Enterprise 600 Series MFPs combine exceptional performance and energy efficiency with professional-quality documents. The new devices also include HP JetIntelligence cartridge technology built around a breakthrough in toner chemistry for added print quality protection.
The 600 Series is embedded with the most advanced security features available, designed to help reduce risk, thwart cyber-attacks and improve compliance. These devices contain the unique ability to self-heal, automatically triggering a reboot in the event of an attack or anomaly. Additional features include built-in encryption to protect data stored on the hard drive, secure erase to remove sensitive information safely and completely, and the ability to disable ports and protocols to help prevent unauthorised access.
Compact print engine
Canon’s i-SENSYS LBP312x is a small footprint, high productivity printer for use in fast-paced work environments where space is a premium. Based on an innovative, more compact print engine, it also uses smaller toner cartridges. It delivers A4 and A5 prints at speeds of 43ppm and 65ppm respectively. It’s ready to print in seconds from power off and sleep when the new Quick Start Up or Recovery modes are enabled and the high-yield cartridges mean more pages can be printed between refills.
Portable business scanner
Epson’s DS-360W is a lightweight, portable and wireless scanner that’s easy to use and produces high quality scans on the go.
It offers a cable-free scanning solution with built-in battery and wireless connectivity for scanning to mobiles, tables and computers. It also features a highly versatile scanning range making it easy to scan what you need, when you need using paper between 52 and 230gsm, and a dedicated slot for capturing driving licences and ID cards. Scans can also be integrated in to the user’s workﬂow with the Document Capture Pro which offers many scanning functions alongside document imaging features.
Next generation A3 printing solutions
Lexmark unveiled nine new models in its next generation of A3 colour laser printers and smart multifunction products line-up.
The Lexmark CS920 Series and the CX920 Series feature Lexmark’s fastest printing and scanning devices, as well as its highest paper capacity. The CX924 is its fastest colour laser MFP at up to 65ppm, the CX920 Series features its fastest scanner at up to 80ppm and both have the highest paper capacity in its colour laser line at 6,650 sheets.