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Issue Date: October 2004 (es)

Kyocera Mita unveils first MFP with Ecosys technology

1 October 2004

Kyocera Mita South Africa (KMSA) has introduced the first multifunctional to offer the company's long-life, ECOSYS technology. Whether printing or copying, the total cost of ownership (TCO) of the FS-1018MFP is the lowest of any multifunctional system in its class.
The FS-1018MFP integrates standard network printing, copying and colour scan to e-mail functionality into one compact device.
"The new multifunctional system provides the perfect printing and copying solution for the busy small office or department," says Augustina Jardim, product manager, Kyocera Mita South Africa. "The FS-1018MFP delivers 1200 dpi quality documents, in A4 format, at print speeds of up to 18 ppm and with a time to first print of less than 10 seconds."
Compact in design and with a small footprint, the FS-1018MFP offers substantial paper handling capability, 300-sheets standard which can be upgraded to offer 550 A4 sheets by adding an extra paper feeder. It also features 96 MB RAM as standard, ensuring that advanced digital copying features, such as scan-once-print-many and electronic sorting, are handled with ease.
Via the built-in Ethernet card, the FS-1018MFP is designed to be shared by users across the office network. Alternatively, it can connect directly to a single PC via either the USB 2.0 (High-Speed) or parallel (IEEE 1284) interfaces. Kyocera's powerful controller language, PRESCRIBE, emulates PCL5e, PCL6 as well as PostScript3 (KPDL3) and PDF direct printing.
"Kyocera's ECOSYS technology allows the FS-1018MFP to benefit from a long-life drum, delivering a maintenance free product," concludes Jardim. "In addition, toner is the only consumable item required, ensuring that the FS-1018MFP delivers the lowest TCO in its class and environmental impact is minimised."
For more information contact Kyocera Mita, 0800 600 079.

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