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Konica-Minolta launches the C6000 and C7000 in Europe   05 November 2010   


Konica-Minolta announced, during the last Ipex in Birmingham, the release of its new range, to be called BizHub Press.  They have arrived!  The BizHub Presses C6000 and C7000 have arrived on European soil.

The new range in the Konica-Minolta portfolio now includes three digital presses (not forgetting the C8000!).

The distinctions between the spearhead  of this BizHub Press range (the C8000) and its junior siblings are the following:

- Finishing units differ slightly

- Standard paper capacity lower on the C6000 and the C7000 (7,500 sheets as opposed to 10,760).


The C6000 and C7000 are also available as BizHub Pro versions (finishing less advanced than on the Press series) and in Printer version for the C7000 model.

You can find out more about these machines by logging in to DMO

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