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Ricoh Corporation Enhances Facsimile Line With New Productive Mid-Volume Offering

12 Apr, 2002

Ricoh Corporation Enhances Facsimile Line With New Productive Mid-Volume Offering

Ricoh Corporation, the Dependable Digital(TM) output company, has launched the Ricoh FAX3310L mid-volume workgroup laser system.


By bolstering its fax offerings, Ricoh Corporation is aggressively targeting its core customer base of mid-sized businesses and workgroups, while adding features and benefits that better support the communications requirements of larger companies.


Increased security is an major benefit of the Ricoh FAX3310L, which features memory lock, which stores documents until an ID code is entered, so that incoming messages do not sit openly in the output tray and restricted access, which enables a company to track and monitor fax usage.


The Ricoh FAX3310L combines productivity, ease-of-use and cost savings by offering a standard 33.6Kbps Super G3 Modem with JBIG Compression, a 50 page automatic document feeder and standard 3 MB (240 pages) of memory (upgradeable to 1,500 pages) to ensure maximum performance in the most demanding environments. The separate toner and development units make for easy replacement and result in a lower operating cost.


Other features of the FAX3310L include: a high-quality printer option that provides a fast 15 page-per-minute print (ppm) speed and true 600dots-per-inch (dpi) output that is available in either PCL5e/6 or PostScript Level II emulation and has a parallel or network connection, parallel (or quick) memory transmission that begins to send the fax after the first page has been scanned, 30 quick dial keys, help list printing and user function keys for rapid recall of frequently-used features.

The Ricoh FAX3310L is now available at a suggested retail price of $2,295.

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