Kyocera announces new additions to the TASKalfa family
11 May 2009
New black & white multifunctional devices for high print volumes
Kyocera heralded the beginning of a new multifunctional era in January 2009 with the successful launch of four TASKalfa colour multifunctional devices
The document solutions company is now proud to introduce TASKalfa 620 and TASKalfa 820, the first black & white multifunctional devices in this new product family.
Carrying the new TASKalfa design, these products are guaranteed to increase printing and copying productivity within the workplace.
Following the successful launch of TASKalfa colour MFP range, Kyocera are pleased to announce the launch of the TASKalfa 620 and TASKalfa 820, the first black and white multifunctional devices in the series.
The two new A3 units replace the successful black & white multifunctional systems, the KM-6030 and KM-8030. Featuring an elegant black and silver exterior, the TASKalfa 620 and 820 satisfy everyday quality requirements for operation in a range of different environments.
The main performance features of the TASKalfa 620 and TASKalfa 820 are the high-speed document output of 62 and 82 ppm and its optimised scan functions.
Users benefit from a fast first page time of only 3.6 seconds (TASKalfa 620) or 2.9 seconds (TASKalfa 820). With a scanning speed of 110 ipm and a 260-sheet document processor capacity, they raise industry standards to a new level.
Like their colour counterparts, they are network ready and have duplex as standard.. TASKalfa 620 and TASKalfa 820 are the ideal machines for businesses that want professional productivity at high volumes, They can be used for a wide range of applications, from the production of training or marketing documents, through to mailings and delivery notes and large-scale print jobs. High paper and toner capacity, plus durable components, are further guarantees of outstanding reliability and high productivity.
The new TASKalfa product series
TASKalfa is a product brand name made up of two parts. The first part, TASK, refers to the end-user’s needs or the tasks that the multifunction system performs and the second part, “alfa” denotes the high priority of these tasks. TASKalfa means that the user’s tasks have maximum priority, an essential success criteria in today’s markets.