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Kyocera launches its new 30 ppm A3 MFP   10 February 2010   


The japanese manufacturer has just replaced its 30 ppm monochrome MFP KM3040 by the new TASKalfa 300i, with a new design common to the TASKalfa releases since january 2009.

What changes on this new model :
- the processor is upgraded from 400 Mhz to 600 Mhz
-the HDD capacity is now 160 GB (40 GB on the KM3040)
-the RAM is 2 GB (576 Mb on the preceding model)

The new TASKalfa 300i keeps the finisher initially integrated on the two preceding models of this range (KM3040 in 2008 and KM3060 in 2007)

The new TASKalfa 300i integrates the external stapling finisher available on the 420i and 520i recently launched models.

It features a frontal USB port accessible from the color touch screen interface which enables direct scanning in a USB key.

The TASKalfa 250i (25 ppm - b&w) should now soon be released. To be confirmed...

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