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New Kyocera Multifunction Printers launched

kyocera multifunction printersKyocera Document Solutions UK have announced the launch of their Kyocera Multifunction Printers, all of which incorporate a number of new print features that go over and above those seen on their predecessor models.

The Kyocera Multifunction Printers being released are all designed to meet the new environmental standards for Blue Angel and Energy Star.

The new range of Kyocera Multifunction Printers, which are expected to completely refresh the current colour/mono MFP line-up, include the compact and reliable Kyocera TASKalfa 266ci, along with the Kyocera ECOSYS M6026cidn and the Kyocera ECOSYS M6526cidn.

The TASKalfa 266ci is a high quality device, ideal for small and medium sized workgroups who need professional quality colour and black and white documents. Document workflows can be easily optimised with dedicated programme keys and KYOCERA’s HyPAS platform allows you to customise the MFP to meet the exact needs of your business.

The ECOSYS M6026cidn and the ECOSYS M6526cidn are premium devices offering high quality output with print speeds of 26ppm, making them perfect for small to medium sized workgroups typically printing up to 6,000 sheets a month. Both devices come with a colour touch panel and HyPAS as standard and the ECOSYS M6526cidn also offers fax functionality as standard.

Trevor Maloney, Product Marketing Manager, Kyocera Document Solutions UK Ltd says: “These three products complete the refresh of our 26ppm A4 colour/mono MFP line-up and offer print, copy, scan, fax and high speed network functionality together with mobile printing support, including Apple AirPrint.

“With our HyPAS solutions platform each device is simple to customise so it meets the exact needs of your business.”

These new Kyocera Multifunction Printers all replace existing Kyocera printers, with the TASKalfa 266ci replacing the Kyocera TASKalfa265ci, the ECOSYS M6026cidn taking over from the Kyocera FS-C2526MFP and the ECOSYS M6526cidn taking the place of the Kyocera FS-C2626MFP.

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