From left: Sanjeewa de Scram, Janoda Tharadeniya, Philip Wu, Raymond Phua and Malik Edwin during the official launch of Toshiba’s newly engineered Multifunction Printers e- Studio series at hotel Cinnamon Grand on Tuesday 20th September 2016 in Colombo. Pic by Gitika Talukdar
JKOA in association with TOSHIBA TEC last week introduced the addition of five new e-STUDIO series to its multifunction printers (MFPs) line.
The new MFP lineup includes three colour MFP series (13 models) and two monochrome series (10 models) all of which feature a new platform design with the basic body colour changed from ivory to a sophisticated black.
The MFPs blend a newly-engineered software and advanced hardware set to address the print, document management and workflow needs of virtually any business application. The new software and hardware elements, which include Intel’snew processor, a customisable tablet-style user interface (UI), Embedded Application Platform and Dual-Scan Document Feeder (DSDF) highlight Toshiba’s innovative product portfolio. All of the features are designed to help organisations operate more efficiently and cost effectively while improving workflow.
Multitasking and handling complex tasks like embedded optical character recognition (OCR) applications are also simpler with the inclusion of the powerful multi-core Intel Atom processor. The Embedded Application Platform makes it possible for the MFPs to easily use embedded or third-party applications and connect to the cloud enabling mobile users to work anywhere.
Toshiba’s 9-inch tablet-style UI facilitates a more intuitive user experience. The latest e-BRIDGE Next controller, working in concert with the UI, provides the flexibility to accommodate any user’s unique workflow needs.
“Our latest e-STUDIO line represents our most innovative and intuitive MFPs to date,” said Philip Wu, Regional Manager, Toshiba Tec Singapore. “Understanding that every industry has unique needs, we integrated state-of-the-art and customisable technology into our new MFP line to meet the complex demands of today’s business users.”
“We’re very happy to be strengthening our 23 year association with Toshiba in Sri Lanka with this launch,” said Malik Edwin, Head of Marketing and Business Development, JKOA and Assistant Vice President John Keells Group.
“The MFPs blend a newly-engineered feature set to address the print, document management and workflow needs of virtually any business application. The new software and hardware elements, which include Intel’s new processor, a customisable 9” tablet-style user interface (UI), Embedded Application Platform and Dual-Scan Document Feeder (DSDF) highlight Toshiba’s innovative product portfolio. All of the features are designed to help organisations operate more efficiently and cost effectively while improving workflow.
The e-BRIDGE controller’s colour profile tool allows for the creation of profiles to adjust colour for varying media types, lighting or to match specific Pantone colours. The DSDF helps users complete even the most challenging of projects by delivering up to 240 images per minute while holding as many as 300 sheets at a time.
Toshiba’s advanced e-STUDIO models feature a more durable and reliable engine to maximise uptime and reduce the total cost of ownership. A new sophisticated black matte look completes the new products’ innovative design while complementing even the most contemporary of business settings.
Toshiba’s latest MFPs additionally reflect its commitment to a more sustainable planet. The company’s 23 new products all meet the stringent criteria of major environmental programs and standards, such as EPEATGold and ENERGY STAR.