Voluminous Fax

February 2004
Management Services;Feb2004, Vol. 48 Issue 2, p29
Academic Journal
This article presents information on the new fax models developed by Sharp, as of February 2004. The UX-D50 is the first to incorporate a cordless DECT phone for the self-contained workstation user. It combines fax, phone and voicemail. For good measure, it has a corded handset too and there is an intercom facility between the two handsets capable of transferring calls from one to another. The phones also have the usual paging function and compatibility so that additional handsets of different makes can be added to the set-up. As a fax, there is a 50-sheet paper capacity and 24-page memory plus a multi-copy facility up to 99 sheets. UX-P410 and UX-A460 are the two other plain faxes, one with and one without an integrated digital answering machine with 20 minutes of storage for long winded callers and remote message retrieval. Again, paper capacity is 50 sheets for incoming and a 10-sheet feeder for outgoing faxes and the 24-page memory. Using the thermal transfer technology, the printout achieves 64 levels of halftone scales at superfine, fine and standard resolutions. Among other offerings is a silent receive function designed not to disturb people who may install the faxes for their work at home.


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