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Ricoh launches their new MPC3001, MPC3501, MPC4501 and MPC5501!   24 November 2010   


Ricoh's MPC2800, MPC3300, MPC4000 and MPC5000 are disappearing to make way for four new color MFPs:
- MPC3001 : 30 / 30 ppm
- MPC3501 : 35 / 35 ppm
- MPC4501 : 45 / 45 ppm
- MPC5501 : 55 / 55 ppm

On the design side, Ricoh is sticking to their current catalogue strategy with a print-from-USB or -SD function thanks to the ports on the front (available as options).

Note that the hard disk capacity for all four models is 160GB and RAM goes from 1.5 GB (C3001 and C3501) to 2 GB (C4501 and C5501) according to speed.
The bypass now takes up to 300gsm media, but only for simplex printing.  Scanning speed for the two larger models is 67 opm.
On the productivity side, the launch represents an increase of 2 to 5 ppm depending on the machine.

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