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multifunction printer

A computer printer that includes scanning and copying functions. It may also provide faxing, fax to e-mail and network scanning capabilities. See network scanning.
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Building upon the success of the imagePROGRAF iPF MFP M40 systems, the scanners also include SingleSensor Technology for more consistent, accurate color replication.
development platform, which seamlessly integrates network applications to create a personalized MFP that can meet virtually any business need, and Scan[sup.
This MFP also contains only one grenade sump, for a circle hole 3 meters in diameter, one sump will not suffice.
Shipments of inkjet MFPs (multifunctional printers) during the period were 178.
Extending the MFP Demonstration Program through Sept.
In one-step, directly at the MFP, users can scan documents, edit them, add metadata as defined by each document management system(DMS), and send these directly to a DMS, such as Microsoft SharePoint.
While Brother has dominated laser-based MFPs for the past two years, new products from a multitude of major vendors will expand the laser MFP market rapidly from its current 11.
Simple setup, with one-time application installation on the MFP (for scanning document) and one-time PinPoint Scan utility installation on PC (for receiving scanned file)
IDC has revised its latest worldwide MFP forecasts downward after 2012 closed in at lower-than-earlier expectations.
Joey Yen, market analyst of peripherals at IDC Taiwan, pointed out that both the SFP and MFP sectors suffered continuous impacts from the financial storm, which deterred enterprises and families from purchasing new printers, while the government-bid effects have already fermented in the fourth quarter of 2008.
The new Captaris RightFax MFP module has been unveiled by Avanquest UK, a provider of software solutions for business process management.
Each new TASKalfa MFP is engineered to give businesses optimum performance and maximum uptime; built with common technology, common design and common accessories.