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TOSHIBA Introduces the E-STUDIO™1355 Series for High-Volume Environments

28 Sep, 2010

TOSHIBA Introduces the E-STUDIO™1355 Series for High-Volume Environments


IRVINE, CA (Sept. 2010) – Toshiba America Business Solutions Inc. (TABS) today announced the addition of the Toshiba e-STUDIO™905/1105/1355 series to its award-winning product line-up for busy departmental, centralized reprographic and even light production printing environments. Speed is a key feature of this series with copy and print speeds of 90, 110, and 135 pages-per-minute respectively. Each device also features a color scanner that can handle up to 80 original documents per minute, making it one of the fastest color scanners available on a monochrome device.

Whiile designed to handle some of the highest average monthly volumes in the industry at 120,000, 190,000 and 300,000 respectively, with a maximum of one million monthly page impressions, the Toshiba e-STUDIO905/1105/1355 series is also guaranteed to be first choice when the quality of the output is equally important to the quantity being produced. The new series offers 1,200 x 1,200 dpi resolution and has a broader array of media support and several valuable new finishing features.

“Just like its predecessor, the Toshiba e-STUDIO1355 series can easily and reliably handle the demands of high-volume printing environments,” said Joseph Contreras, director, Product and Solutions Marketing, TABS. “What makes this series exciting is the impressive list of new features and options available. The flexibility to handle any type or size job, paired with superior reliability, expands in-house capabilities and ultimately improves the customers’ bottom line.” 

The e-STUDIO1355 series utilizes a 1.4GHz processor boosting the standard 512MB RAM to 1.5GB.  A Genuine Adobe PostScript 3 option is available for Mac users, ensuring that what they see on their computer is what is produced by the MFP. A Gigabit Ethernet option speeds-up data transfer and helps jobs process faster.

A new EB1357 Fiery from EFI was designed specifically for this family of products. This latest Fiery controller utilizes 2.0GHz processor, 2GB RAM and its own 80GB hard disk drive. Gigabit Ethernet and Genuine Adobe PostScript 3 are also standard on the Fiery.

This new series, which is Energy Star® compliant, replaces the Toshiba e-STUDIO901/1101/1351 series and is available through Toshiba's nationwide network of authorized dealers. The suggested retail prices for these devices are $40,000, $51,000 and $62,000 respectively. For more information on Toshiba products or to find your local authorized Toshiba dealer, visit www.copiers.toshiba.com.

About TABS
Toshiba America Business Solutions Inc. (TABS) is an independent operating company of Toshiba Corporation, the seventh largest electronics/electrical equipment company in the world. TABS manages product planning, marketing, sales, service support and distribution of copiers, facsimiles, multifunction printing products, network controllers, and toner products throughout the United States, Mexico, Brazil, Latin America, and the Caribbean. Headquartered in Irvine, Calif., TABS has five divisions:  the Electronic Imaging Division; the Toner Products Division; the Document Solutions Engineering Division; the International Division; and Toshiba Business Solutions (TBS), a wholly-owned subsidiary corporation of TABS, that operates a network of wholly-owned office equipment dealers throughout the United States. Named the most favored manufacturer ten times by the Business Technology Association (BTA), Toshiba's entire product line, customer support and marketing distribution policies are markers for the industry. For more information on Toshiba products, programs, solutions and services, please visit www.copiers.toshiba.com.




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