Serious printers

March 2004
Management Services;Mar2004, Vol. 48 Issue 3, p29
Academic Journal
This article features copier printer models AR-M236 and M276 from Sharp. According to Sharp, this printer models address the need for advanced digital networked solutions and outstanding print performance managing throughput of both hard copy and electronic documents. They come with a printer board as standard and offer high-speed A3 laser printing with true 1200dpi printing at 23 and 27 pages per minute respectively. They can be upgraded to support full network printing and scanning for many users as and when required. Using Sharpdesk 3.0, which is bundled into these two models, users can browse, sort and file documents scanned to the desktop as well as re-route items to both pre-set and ad-hoc email addresses and File Transfer Protocol sites. The scanning option also supports the Lightweight Directory Access protocol that displays email addresses on the liquid crystal display touch screen so users can readily access any email address held in the global network address book. Sharp's optional carbon print function enables users to create multi-part documents, perhaps reducing the need to buy in printed stationary or using dot matrix printers. Prices for the printer models are £4,600 and £5,100 respectively.


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