Toshiba introduces three new desktop multifunction printers

Toshiba’s new Desktop e-Studio MFP Trio.

Toshiba has expanded its e-Studio line by introducing a trio of feature-rich, desktop multifunction printers. Toshiba’s latest A4-formatted e-Studio MFPs include one monochrome and a pair of colour models that combine next-generation security features with an array of embedded applications “to comprehensively address small to mid-size business document output and workflow needs,” said the OEM. Delivering up to 50 ppm within a compact design, they feature several solutions that streamline important and common scanning, copying, printing and faxing tasks.

A Google Drive app enables busy users to scan and print documents from this popular cloud storage and file back-up service directly from the MFPs’ front panel. Mobile users can also print remotely by utilizing the Google Cloud Print app through an internet browser on the e-Studio front panel. A unique Solution Composer app can create custom workflow applications based on a user’s specific business processes. The app’s easy-to-use drag-and-drop design further simplifies the creation process and enables time-saving productivity through rapid deployment.

Bill Melo.

Toshiba’s e-Studio products include enterprise-level security features such as:

  • Security Held Print Jobs feature that prevents exposing sensitive or confidential information by only releasing prints to authorized users
  • Hard disc drive encryption and wiping
  • Permission-based security

“Toshiba’s latest desktop e-Studio line broadens our multifunction printer portfolio with robust A4 colour and monochrome products to fully address the document output needs of today’s small to mid-size organizations,” said Bill Melo, Toshiba America Business Solutions Chief Marketing Executive. “The products’ performance and impressive app array will equip today’s businesses with a powerful print fleet while enabling them to operate in a more efficient, secure and affordable manner.”

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Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.