Sunday , October 22 2017

Samsung is now selling their Android powered Multi-Function units in Australia


Samsung Australia has today announced that they are bringing their Android powered Smart MultiXpress series Multi-Function printers to Australia.

Announced back at IFA Samsung Smart MultiXpress series are aimed at all levels of Enterprise, featuring printing and scanning functions to match the needs of those users. Todd Lynton, Director – Enterprise and Small Medium Business, Samsung Electronics Australia said of the new printers:

Samsung is committed to developing simple and efficient methods to help maximise productivity and efficiency for Australian companies. Our new printer line combines advanced printing technology innovation and performance with the user friendly Android operating system to provide businesses and IT administrators with Samsung’s smart office experience.

The Samsung Smart MultiXpress range, which encompasses eight models across four categories, incorporating a 10″ LCD Display to facilitate a new range of functions which make use of Android to allow users to print without a PC. Functions available include allowing you to print emails, maps and images, as well as other content, users can also search and browse the web and print anything from there.

The new printers include:

X4300 series of A3 Colour MFDs: The X4300 series of A3 colour MFDs consist of X4300LX, X4250LX, and X4220RX models with an output speed of up to 30, 25, and 22 pages per minutes (ppm) respectively. X4300 series are equipped with Dual-Scan ADF technology, enabling them to scan up to 100 double-sided images per minute (ipm) for colour and up to 120 double-sided ipm for mono. All models are equipped with Samsung’s Rendering Engine for Clean Page (ReCP) technology and Polymerised Toner, providing sharp, vivid, glossy professional colour quality. The X4300LX model MFDs have a print capacity of up to 85,000 pages per month, with 23,000 pages for black toner (20,000 for CMY toner) and 100,000 pages for drum.

· K4350 series of A3 Monochrome MFDs: The K4350 series of A3 Monochrome MFDs consist of K4350LX, K4300LX, and K4250RX models with an output speed of up to 35, 30, and 25 ppm respectively. The K4350 series MFDs are equipped with Dual-Scan ADF technology, enabling them to scan up to 100 double-sided ipm for colour and up to 120 double-sided ipm for mono. The K4350LX model MFD has a print capacity of up to 85,000 pages per month with 35,000 pages for toner. Drum has an output of 200,000 pages.

· M5370 series of A4 Monochrome MFDs: The M5370 series of A4 Monochrome MFDs consist of the M5370LX model which has an output speed of up to 53 ppm. The M5370 series MFDs are equipped with Dual-Scan ADF technology, enabling them to scan up to 80 double-sided ipm. The M5370 series MFDs can print up to 300,000 pages per month with 30,000 pages for toner. Drum has an output of 100,000 pages.

· M4580 series of A4 Monochrome MFDs: The M4580 series of A4 Monochrome MFDs consist of the M4580FX model which has an output speed of up to 45 ppm. The M4580 series MFDs are equipped with Dual-Scan ADF technology, enabling them to scan up to 60 double-sided ipm. The M4580 series MFD can print up to 200,000 pages per month and 40,000 pages for toner. Drum has an output of 100,000 pages.

As an add-on, the Smart MultiXpress printers support Samsung’s NFC Pro Accessory which is available separately. The NFC Pro allows users to access mobile printing from devices, as well as offers a strong authentication element to the printing process. The NFC capability also allows IT Admins the ability to clone security settings to multiple MFDs simplifying the rollout process.

We’re waiting on pricing and Availability information for the new Samsung MultiXpress MFDs, as well as for the Samsung Australia website to start showing more in-depth specs. The range looks impressive and we’re certainly keen to try one out.

Update:
With regards to availability and pricing, Samsung Australia has advised that the Smart MultiXpress printer range is available now and its pricing is available through Samsung’s authorised partners across Australia.

Do you see a Samsung MFD with these capabilities in your office?

 

Daniel Tyson   Editor

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Jim
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We’ve had X4300’s since mid-December. The software is awkward. For example, instead of showing you an image of the page you just scanned so you can check if it scanned correctly, it shows a generic Samsung document image. But they are a lot better than the Kyocera machines they have replaced.

Timothy Westman
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Timothy Westman

Can you play ingress on it?

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