Lexmark has announced a range of printers designed to increase enterprise productivity and provide high-quality output.
The X950 multifunction printer (MFP) features a 10.2in colour touch screen and is suited to businesses producing branded materials as it is capable of precise colour matching, the firm said.
The MFP is capable of printing documents up to 320x1,219mm and customers can carry out print jobs that might otherwise have been outsourced as the output has a high standard of accuracy, according to Lexmark.
The Lexmark C950de, meanwhile, is designed as a companion to the X950, The device comes with a 4.3in touch screen and offers colour printing with A3 functionality.
Both printers come with security authentication, authorisation, audit logging and hard disk wiping features as standard. Lexmark also touted the increased usability of the touch screen interface, claiming that it is comparable to a smartphone.
Additionally, a colour laser MFP has been introduced for enterprise use. The Lexmark X548dte comes with a 7in display, hard disk and a 650-sheet Duo Drawer.
The range is aimed at workgroups in mid-sized businesses and large enterprises that need to make printing more accessible to staff, easier to manage and as secure as possible, explained Julia Lunn, head of marketing at Lexmark UK and Ireland.
"Regardless of size, businesses are looking at their bottom line for ways to strip back costs and make their workforce more productive," she told V3.co.uk.
"Our particular focus on colour output makes this offering very appealing to those organisations that want to make their printed collateral stand out with vibrant colour, and also when accuracy in colour matching is essential."
Pricing for the X548 starts at £1,452. This rises to £4,352 for the C950de and users can get the X950 starting at £10,596. Availability is to be confirmed.
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