Priced at ₹172,830, Ricoh launches hybrid A4 MFP which can print on A3 paper

Priced at ₹172,830, the printer comes with advanced controller that provides a host of features like easy driver installation, enhanced scan to URL, quick authentication, customisable user and device usage management

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IT service and printing firm Ricoh has launched a new hybrid MFP model MP305+SP, a A4 monochrome device with A3 capability. Priced at 172,830, the comes with advanced controller that provides a host of features like easy driver installation, enhanced scan to URL, quick authentication, customisable user and device usage management.

The device comes with a second-generation 10.1 inch android operation panel powered by Intel processors. The built-in Quick UI apps help users to carry out tasks seamlessly.

Ricoh claims that the new printer effortlessly productive with first page printed in 4.9 seconds and running at 30 ppm, it can complete a typical 5 page job in just 15 seconds. The “Quite Mode” allows users to print with reduced noise by adjusting the speed to 15ppm.

“The new hybrid machine has been engineered with an endeavor to infuse solutions ready concept which were available only with larger A3 devices. This streamlines device management, document storage and distribution including cloud services,” said , managing director and , Ricoh India.

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