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Sharp launches the new MX-M753 in the USA   03 May 2010   


Replacing the MX-M700 and based on the same print engine as the recent MX-M283, MX-M363, MX-M453 and MX-M503, Sharp has launched a new 75 ppm B&W A3 MFP in the USA, the MX-M753.
It features all the standard specifications of the new models of the manufacturer: retractable keyboard, color touchscreen interface, and frontal USB port.
Among the improvements brought by this new model, the print and copy speed has been upgraded to 75 ppm from 70 ppm, the warm-up time has been reduced from 120s down to 30s. It is also possible to add a booklet finisher and the MFP print server has been upgraded (800 Mhz processor, 80 Gb HDD and up to 2 Gb RAM).
This model should soon arrive in Europe along with the MX-M623, which will replace the current MX-M620U.

Stay tuned...

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