Samsung has brought to Russia, three new MFU

 
March 25, 2009, 6:00 pm

samsung has brought to russia, three new mfu 
samsung has brought to russia, three new mfu   The Russian representative office of Samsung Electronics announced the release of domestic market of new multifunctional devices in one, which focused on medium-sized businesses and government organizations. According to developers, new products provide high productivity, quality and high-speed color printing, as well as the possibility of a big boot.
According to the press service of Samsung, the new MFIs have lower (by 10-25%) cost of printing a color page, compared with similar devices, represented currently in the market, as well as ease of maintenance due to the fact that drum is built into the cartridge IFIs - his replacement takes literally seconds.
The system interface EDI (External Device Interface) ensures compatibility with other devices, the IFIs, including the interface, authentication, card readers, etc. available USB port can be used for connecting external drives. In order to increase productivity also can serve as a duplex document feeder (DADF), which allows to print and scan the page on both sides. From optional possibilities are the hard disk capacity of 80 GB and a wireless network card.
The estimated retail value of the model CLX-6200ND in the Russian market of 39 thousand rubles, CLX-6210FX - 50 thousand rubles, CLX-6240FX - 80, 5 thousand rubles. Detailed specifications and descriptions of all new products can be found in the relevant section on the official website of the manufacturer.

 

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