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Konica Minolta Promises Unrivalled Productivity With The Launch Of bizhub PRESS C1100 / C1085

Wednesday, November 05, 2014

Press release from the issuing company

SINGAPORE - Media OutReach - Businesses can now meet their diverse needs with Konica Minolta's new colour production printer series - bizhub PRESS C1100 / C1085. Ideal for digital and commercial print environment, Konica Minolta Business Solutions Asia ensures that the latest two digital colour production printers deliver outstanding performance with first-rate quality and reproduction for professional use.

"The new bizhub PRESS C1100 and C1085 series raises the bar in the colour production printer market. Konica Minolta seeks to provide competitive products that supply consistently high quality and meet professional demands. This bizhub series will definitely boost productivity immediately for enhanced workflow performance," commented Mr. Jonathan Yeo, General Manager, Regional Headquarters, Konica Minolta Business Solutions Asia.

With printing speeds of 100 ppm and 85 ppm, the bizhub PRESS C1100 and C1085 are the fastest of Konica Minolta's colour production printers. Various types of printing jobs with tight deadlines can be completed more efficiently and punctually while cutting operating costs and work time. The bizhub series supports continuous high speed printing up to 350 gsm cardstock with automatic duplex printing, improving efficiency and preventing productivity loss.

Designed to expand print capabilities, the bizhub PRESS C1100 / C1085 series boasts an enhanced paper feeding mechanism. Stable paper feeding is guaranteed by various paper feed units, with or without scanner functions. Up to three former paper feeding modules can also be connected to boost the printer's performance to a maximum of nine trays and a capacity of 13,890 sheets which greatly prevents downtime.

The bizhub PRESS C1100 / C1085 series maintains stable top grade to satisfy customer demands and differentiate their businesses. The SIMITRI HDE toner guarantees improved image quality and energy-saving performance. To ensure long-term image stability, the series features the inline Colour Density Control (CDC) which delivers optimal image quality and consistent colour reproduction. Advanced Screen Enhancing Active Digital Processing (S.E.A.D. IV) image processing technology also improves reproducibility even to the finest details. The recently introduced combination of various features like paper alignment detection or auto adjustment has considerably improved paper alignment accuracy.

Flexible production systems meet professional demands and fulfill a wide range of post-processing requirements to increase profitability by reducing operating hours, cutting costs and adding value. The bizhub PRESS C1100 / C1085 feature a wide range of finishing options such as booklet production, perfect binding, and high stacking capabilities of up to 10,000 sheets with an enormous variety of ways to connect and facilitate one-step printing and finishing without manual intervention.

Engineered with the most advanced office solutions technology and built with utmost care and intelligence, the new Konica Minolta bizhub PRESS C1100 / C1085 series effectively raises the bar for printing, presenting a powerful option to offices, which want to save cost and time without compromising on the quality of their prints. Backed by a dedicated team who are ready to render the best service to help customers optimize their production environments, the new Konica Minolta bizhub series undoubtedly is the choice for the digital print professional who wants it all.

 

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