New models are designed to be independent, intuitive and scalable for businesses users Samsung Electronics introduced ten new multi-function printer (MFP) models to the European market at the ‘Smart MultiXpress’ Unveiling Event at IFA 2014, in Berlin. The MFPs are the first printers of their kind to be equipped with an Android operating system, and are designed to be more independent, intuitive and can be used in all business environments.
As part of Samsung’s focus to develop printer solutions that seamlessly fit into the IT and Smart office ecosystem, the new Android based MFPs will feature Samsung’s Smart UX Center which operates independently without a PC, with app scalability, and a consumer friendly UI.
“As Samsung continues to strive for user-focused innovation, the introduction of the first Android OS-equipped MFPs will enhance Samsung’s smart office experience for business customers,” said Mark Ash, General Manager, Print Division, Samsung Electronics UK and Ireland. “Businesses seek smart printing solutions that can be managed easily whilst still delivering powerful performance at reduced costs. Our new print technology not only delivers all of these things but also ensures that super smart is also super simple”
Printing without a PC
The new Samsung Smart MultiXpress series of MFPs each feature a 10.1-inch full touchscreen panel that enables users to search and print from web browsers, emails, maps, images, and other types of content – without the need to connect to a PC or server. The touchscreen also offers the ability to preview documents, as well as editing and annotating capabilities.
“As our B2B customers’ work styles and processes continue to become more mobile, Samsung will continue to provide new printing solutions that feature intuitive user interfaces, superior performance, and above all else, increased efficiency and productivity for the mobile and fluid workplace,” said Mark Ash. (Taken from Samsung Printing Innovation Update)
Digicom is OA Partners for Samsung Print Dublin and is looking forward to bringing such innovative printing to Ireland.