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Ricoh replaces the MP4000 and 5000 series with the new MP4001 and 5001!   16 February 2010   


After launching the MP6001, 7001, 8001 and 9001 last year, Ricoh announced its new 40 and 50 ppm Black & White products: MP4001 and MP5001!

Few real hardware innovations for these new MFP's.

A couple of changes to be noticed though:
  • scanning speed up to 61 opm in Black and 33 opm in color (low resolution).
  • App2Me embedded: MFP personalization widgets  framework
  • PPDM Personal Paperless Document Manager: Nuance OCR scan Desktop software

The MP4001 and 5001 series keep the 1250 sheets stapling module (SR790) already seen with previous versions.

Furthermore, the manufacturer has chosen to integrate finishing modules known to the MPC4000 and 5000 referenced at the catalog since 2008:
  • 3250-sheet stapler module (SR3030)
  • A dynamic 15-page brochure module (SR3020)

Imminent release in France!




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