March 6, 2021 12:47 am
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Ricoh launches two new multifunction in India

Ricoh said that its new printers are powered by Workstyle Innovation Technology and has a new sound-reducing design, which incorporates an anti-vibration system and noise-absorbing materials.

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Imaging Solutions and IT services firm Ricoh India has launched two new models of colour multifunction printer (MFP) – MP C2004SP and MP C2504SP. Company said that its new are powered by Workstyle Innovation Technology and has a new sound-reducing design, which incorporates an anti-vibration system and noise-absorbing materials.

With the Ricoh MP C2004SP and MP C2504SP, businesses and enterprises can customise their work through automated shortcuts, user-specific security controls and fingertip access to critical information that help drive productivity.

“This is combined with banner printing capabilities for high-quality output and a new Intel processor to help productivity and speed up jobs. With Ricoh’s various device and document management software’s and solutions such as Card Authentication, Cloud connectivity or remote monitoring, these devices can fit into any workflow, existing or new,” said Ricoh.

One of the key component of Workstyle Innovation Technology portfolio is the new 10.1″-wide Android powered Super VGA Smart Operation panel that empowers users to create one-touch shortcuts for mundane tasks, pin informational widgets and have quick access to important work.

“Ricoh’s printing technology is constantly refined to minimize work disruption for professionals. Our new devices simplify the complex procedures through innovative solutions. Equipped with a wide range of smart features that can be integrated seamlessly into smartphones or tablets, organizations can operate efficiently and cost effectively.”

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