Toshiba Brings Digital Functionality to e-STUDIO Products
Press release from the issuing company
Irvine, California, (April 11, 2001) Toshiba America Business Solutions, Electronic Imaging Division (TABS EID), has introduced two new digitally connected multifunction devices, the e-STUDIO35 and e-STUDIO45.
The digital and mechanical design of these e-STUDIOs offers reliable document processing on a network in a manner that is very cost-effective for small and midsize workgroups. The new e-STUDIO products allow printing, copying, scanning and faxing remotely from any desktop computer on the network or directly from the units. A "scan once - copy many" feature allows documents to be printed on demand.
Digital technology is leveraged to a maximum degree. These sophisticated units offer document storage, electronic sorting, magazine sorting, page numbering, N-in-1 copying, rotated output and other advanced digital features that are in great demand in today's office. Standard hardware includes 32 MB RAM and a 4.3 GB HDD.
Major innovations include a vertical paper path, direct paper feeding and handling, an internal output tray, and trayless duplexing. These features increase user efficiency and system reliability by reducing the possibility of paper jams and simplifying maintenance. The vertical paper path and internal output tray result in a compact footprint much smaller than previous generations of copier/printers for small and midsize workgroups. These mechanical innovations significantly reduce the overall system cost, further adding value to the e-STUDIO35 and e-STUDIO45.
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