KYOCERA MITA launches two new high speed A4 mono MFPS
15 July 2010
KYOCERA MITA Europe B.V. today announced the availability of two additions to its A4 mono MFP range. The FS-3040MFP and FS-3140MFP mono laser multifunctionals are targeted at busy workgroups with high demand for fast and flawless document output. Both devices benefit from KYOCERA MITA’s ECOSYS design, ensuring they have low environmental impact and running costs.
The FS-3040MFP and FS-3140MFP have been designed for superior ease-of-use with an intuitive operation panel which has proved successful in Kyocera’s current FS-1028MFP and FS-1128MFP devices. This offers straightforward access to commonly-used settings. More complex document processes can be simplified to a single click via programmable buttons.
Ognen Basarovski, Product Manager for KYOCERA MITA EUROPE B.V commented: “With the FS-3040MFP and FS-3140MFP we have combined the reliability and cost effectiveness of Kyocera’s high speed printer range with the professional functionality of the FS-1028/1128MFP to create a compact high speed multifunctional A4 device. This is an attractive proposition for customers who have high document volumes and need straightforward and accessible hardware with exceptionally low running costs.”
Designed to support busy office workgroups, the FS-3040MFP and FS-3140 MFP have a maximum paper input of 2,000 sheets plus a 100 sheet multipurpose tray to enable the use of non-standard media up to a maximum weight of 220gsm. Long print runs are facilitated thanks to the 500 sheet output tray.
KYOCERA MITA Europe B.V.
KYOCERA MITA Corporation is a wholly owned subsidiary of KYOCERA Corporation, which marked its 50th anniversary in 2009. Ranked no. 418 on Forbes magazine’s 2009 “Global 2000” listing of the world’s largest publicly traded companies, KYOCERA Corporation is a leading manufacturer of high-tech ceramics, electronic components, solar cells and electronic office equipment. KYOCERA Corporation’s long-term growth strategy is to focus on business that supports telecommunications, information processing, environmental protection and the preservation of quality of life.