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multifunction printer

A computer printer that includes scanning and copying functions. It may also provide faxing, fax to email and network scanning capabilities. See network scanning.
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Minimum quantities of the largest subsequent contract: Total equipment: 156 pcs (laser MFP A4 / n Low Tip6 - 135 pieces; laser MFP A4 / n + Low fax Tip7 - 21 pcs).
As the entry-level counterpart to the iPF MFP M40, these new imagePROGRAF devices can inspire companies to perform their own large format scanning, and feel confident they have the tools needed to archive, print and distribute maps, technical documents, and renderings along with anything else that needs to be saved.
The HP LaserJet Pro 500 color MFP M570 series offers an affordable option for high-performing, single-pass duplex scanning, as well as fast print speeds.
Also, the HP LaserJet Pro 300/400 colour MFP series includes support for HP business apps, enabling users to access and print web content directly from the web using the touchscreen display.
Another advantage to this MFP is the location of the charge box outside the circle pit.
During the same period, 178,874 inkjet MFP models were sold, up 30.
The company said that Ricoh HotSpot MFPs offer mobile users the added convenience of printing remotely, making HotSpot a viable solution for business travellers, sales reps, educational facilities, medical offices and others who require access to important files while mobile.
The Affordable Care Act makes several changes to the MFP program.
At the heart of the C9850 MFP is its unique, embedded document distribution and management software - EFI SendMe.
With IDC research indicating that more than 85 percent of people purchasing MFPs give significant weighting to document management, the network scanning functionality is sure to prove a winner.
Some of the Internet-supported features include scan to e-mail and fax forward to e-mail which enable users to create one-touch settings on the MFP to redirect scanned or faxed documents to e-mail or even to a Web site, without the use of a PC.