Xerox has released a pair of multifunction printer (MFP) systems for mid-sized enterprises that it said could help to lower emissions.
The company said that the WorkCentre 7545 and 7556 MFPs offer improved document printing and handling features, and are a major step forward in environmental efficiency.
The systems offer firms the ability to print at rates as high as 55 pages per minute as well as scan, fax, copy and email documents. Both models operate at a resolution of 1200 x 2400 dpi and include tools to manage user permissions and route documents to the appropriate network printer.
The printers also support printing via USB and offer the option to directly upload scanned documents to a PC or email inbox.
Among the most highly touted features on the new WorkCentre systems are its green technology components. The MFP systems allow users to conserve paper through two-sided printing and use toner that requires lower temperatures to melt.
Other planet-friendly features include Energy Star compliance as well as an LED scanner lamp that requires one-third of the energy of traditional scanner hardware.
"Xerox continues to introduce new products that respond to today’s fast-paced, changing work environment," said Xerox enterprise business group president Rick Dastin.
"These new MFPs offer better ways to manage documents, making our customers more productive and efficient, and ultimately, more competitive."
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