Kyocera Mita Announces the KM-F1050 High Volume Fax Machine
Fairfield, New Jersey -- February 5, 2002 -- Kyocera Mita America, Inc., one Kyocera Mita America, Inc., one of the world's leading document imaging companies, introduces the KM-F1050 fax machine with a broad array of productive features such as a 1.7 quick scan, 33.6Kbps Super G3 modem, 70 sheet ADF, up to 760 page memory and up to 1,250 sheet paper capacity. In addition, its multi-tasking capability allows the user to transmit and fax from memory while simultaneously printing from a PC or receiving a fax or printing a fax from memory. All of this provides for a very powerful fax that will meet the needs of the most demanding environments.
In addition, it has 32 one-touch keys, 40 one-touch auto dialer keys, 160 abbreviated dials and capability to broadcast and poll up to 232 locations providing powerful capabilities for any office.
With its standard bi-directional parallel port, 600 dpi printing at up to speeds of 10.2 pages per minute and 400 x 400 dpi scanning and copying, the KM-F1050 is a truly a multifunctional imaging system for any office. Kyocera Mita's document management software allows scanned images to be easily managed and shared by networks and PCs.
"The KM-F1050 with its high productivity will satisfy the demands of high volume users," said Jim Upham, Kyocera Mita America Sr. Vice President of Marketing. "This product strengthens Kyocera Mita America's commitment to offer customers one-stop-shopping for all their imaging needs."
The manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) for the KM-F1050 base unit is $2,495. 250 sheet and 500 sheet optional cassettes are available for $349 and $539 respectively. An all-in-one imaging cartridge providing a 12,000-page yield based on ITU-T Image no. 1, providing for minimal user interaction.
About Kyocera Mita
Kyocera Mita, with USA headquarters in Fairfield, New Jersey and worldwide headquarters in Osaka, Japan is one of the world's leading digital imaging and document management products and services companies. Kyocera Mita is one of the world's largest manufacturers and distributors of digital copier/printers that run on computer networks and a leading provider of computer-connectable peripherals including network-ready laser printers, color copier/printers, digital laser facsimiles, multi-functional and wide-format laser imaging solutions. For more information on Kyocera Mita America and Kyocera Mita products, please visit http://www.kyoceramita.com.
Ana Rincon, KMA