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Sharp Introduces New High-Speed Monochrome Document Systems

Friday, September 21, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

New flagship models offer advanced paper handling and finishing capabilities enabling businesses of all sizes to produce professional-quality print and copy jobs in-house
 
Sharp Imaging and Information Company of America (SIICA), a division of Sharp Electronics Corporation, today announced three new models that have been added to the groundbreaking line of multifunction document systems for the high-volume markets.
 
The new MX-M904, MX-M1054 and MX-M1204 monochrome document systems are available in three engine speeds: 90 pages-per-minute (ppm), 105ppm and 120ppm, and offer advanced capabilities, such as air-feed paper handling for higher reliability and enhanced media support, and modular finishing options that offer professional folding and booklet making. To easily manage all these features, these new models utilize Sharp's innovative 10.1-inch (diagonal) high-resolution touch screen user interface, that offers scan preview, real time editing and customization.  
 
"The MX-M904, MX-M1054 and MX-M1204 illustrate Sharp's ongoing commitment to bringing professional-level printing capabilities in-house," said Doug Albregts, President, Sharp Imaging and Information Company of America.  "The rich features of this new series push the boundaries of innovation and help bring efficiency to our customers who rely on Sharp in this space."
 
The flexible modular design allows a variety of paper handling and finishing configurations ranging from basic high-volume printing and copying to advanced folding and booklet making. The available triple air-feed paper handling option provides excellent reliability and is virtually maintenance free.  The MX-M904, MX-M1054 and MX-M1204 models have paper capacity for up to 13,500-sheets with options and boast Standard PCL 6 and true Adobe PostScript 3 printing systems.  The intuitive job management function enables users to reprint, edit and combine jobs directly from the machine itself.
 
"These new models have been designed on Sharp's award-winning Hercules platform, which offers the performance and reliability our customers expect", said George Grafanakis, Senior Manager, Product Planning and Marketing, Sharp Imaging and Information Company of America. "Sharp's new air-feed paper handling system combined with versatile finishing options make these new workhorses suitable for all types of businesses, large or small."
           
The MX-M904, MX-M1054 and MX-M1204 are built on the latest Sharp OSA development platform, making network integration with external applications and cloud services easy and secure.  The built in security platform offers 256-bit data encryption and up to 7-times data overwrite protection to safeguard sensitive business or customer information. Additionally, a convenient    End-of-Lease feature can erase all personal data, address books and job data at trade-in time.
 
The MX-M904, MX-M1054 and MX-M1204 monochrome series document systems are available through authorized Sharp dealers and direct sales.  All Sharp document systems are ENERGY STAR qualified and RoHS compliant to help contribute to a safe environment. For more information about the complete line of Sharp document solution products, contact Sharp Imaging and Information Company of America, Sharp Plaza, Mahwah, N.J. 07495-1163.  For online product information, visit Sharp's Website at sharpusa.com or sharpusa.com/documents.
 
For more information about the company, visit Sharp Electronics Corporation at www.sharpusa.com.  Find us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and watch us on YouTube.

 

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