Kyocera Document Solutions UK has launched two new high-speed colour multifunctional products, the TASKalfa 7353ci and the TASKalfa 8353ci, that will improve businesses productivity with top-quality monochrome and colour output.
In addition to building on the performance of previous editions, the updated models incorporate advanced technology that helps to deliver outstanding image quality thanks to a newly developed toner and a print resolution of 1200 x 1200dpi with 2-bit (4800 x 1200 dpi).
In terms of the environmental impact of the device, the devices set the benchmark within the sector thanks to their Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool Gold Status.
Trevor Maloney, Product Marketing Manager at Kyocera Document Solutions UK said, “the TASKalfa 7353ci and TASKalfa 8353ci are the latest innovative additions to our range of TASKalfa devices. Like all other products across the TASKalfa range, these two models have been expertly engineered to print high volumes while ensuring the quality of any outputs is not compromised. However, what really sets them apart from the rest of the market is their high print resolution, which provides top-class printing in both monochrome and colour.
“The launch of these new models is another very exciting development in our TASKalfa range, with multiple advanced features that will appeal to organisations of any size. In particular, their quality, durability and efficiency, which are at the heart of all our new product designs, making them ideal for the requirements of the finance and insurance sectors.”
Any medium to a large-sized workgroup in a range of office environments stands to gain from the new devices. This is in part due to a capacity to print up to 30,000 sheets per month, thanks to the Dual Scan Document Processor (DSDP), scan speeds of up to 220 impressions per minute, and a substantial paper capacity of 4,150 A4 sheets.
The devices also include a Trusted Platform Module (TPM) and the Secure Boot function, which ensures the MFP starts up using the authorised firmware before execution, meaning that the devices can print, scan and copy without compromising on security.