By: PDP BLOGMASTER
Konica Minolta recently released the new i series, 7 new products which are all color. 6 of these new products will replace existing ones, while 1 product is a new model. There are 3 new shared multifunction printers (MFP), 2 new desktop multifunction printers, and 2 new desktop single function printers (SFP). Additionally, Konica Minolta has 1 more product being released in the near future.
The 3 new shared MFPs are the c360i, the c300i, and the c260i. All of the shared MFP offer multiple finishing options, which include various stapling, hole punching, and folding options. Additionally, these 3 shared MFPs include 8 GB of RAM, a 256 GB Solid State Drive, and 10.1″ touchscreen display panel. The c360i prints at 36 pages per minute (PPM), and scanning at 100 ppm in simplex (single sided) and 200 ppm in duplex (double sided). The c300i prints at 30 ppm, and scans at 100 ppm in simplex and 200 ppm in duplex. The c260i prints at 25 ppm, and scans at 100 ppm in simplex and 200 ppm in duplex. All of these printers are improved by features and upgrades that make user experience better. They include a new user interface, mobile connectivity, and improved security features.
The 2 new desktop MFPs are the c4050i and the c3350i. Both of these printers come with 5GB of RAM, a 256GB Solid State Drive, and a 10.1″ touchscreen display panel. The c4050i has printing at 42 ppm, and scanning of 100 ppm in simplex and 200 ppm in duplex. The 2 new desktop SFPs are the c4000i and the c3300i. Both come with 4GB of RAM, and a 7” display panel. The c4000i prints at 42 ppm and the c3300i prints at 35 ppm. All of these printers come with a copier warm up time of 13 seconds for black and white, and 15 seconds for color.
The last product that will be released in the near future is the c3320i, which is an all-in-one (AIO) that will print at 35 ppm.