The Magnificent Seven

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The Magnificent Seven was a 1960 American western film directed by John Sturges. The film stared Yul Brynner, Steve McQueen, Charles Bronson, James Coburn, Robert Vaughn, Brad Dexter, and Horst Buchholz who play a group of seven American gunmen hired to protect a small agricultural village in Mexico from a group of marauding native bandits led by Calvera, portrayed by Eli Wallach.

The ITQ Magnificent Seven are a much more up to date and useful lineup of multifunctional print systems ready to take on and protect your business systems. The seven are a stunning line up of new colour and black-and-white systems. The new devices deliver maximum document workflow by employing proven technology, advanced design, user-friendly features, and seamless compatibility with Kyocera business applications.

Four of the seven new devices are high quality colour MFPs: the IT555c2 (50 pages per minute [ppm] colour/55 ppm black); IT455c2 (45 ppm colour/ 45 ppm black); IT355c2 (35 ppm colour/ 35 ppm black); and IT305c2 (30 ppm colour/ 30 ppm black). In addition, ITQ have introduced three black-and-white MFPs, each of which features high output speeds and the latest technology: the IT551 (55 ppm black); IT451 (45 ppm black); and IT351 (35 ppm black). Both the colour and black & white MFP series incorporates an updated, highly intuitive colour touch screen interface with a tablet-like design, including a ‘pinch and grab’ function.

“These new IT devices employ a common design and common technology” said Graham Varndell, MD “So they’re user-friendly, share common accessories, and deliver a cost-effective solution for customers to protect their bottom line. They give our customers everything they expect from ITQ: value, reliability, and, of course, superior print quality.”

The new range of  MFPs are engineered to optimize performance and maximize uptime. They boast vibrant colour and crisp black-and-white printing, colour scanning and copying, and optional Super G3 fax/network fax and dual fax for high-speed document delivery.

Other features include:

•Common technology, design, and accessories across the series of products;
•Up to 7,650 sheet paper capacity with optional paper-feed units on specific models;
•AirPrint enabled for simplified mobile printing;
•Optional OCR capability allowing users to turn scanned documents into searchable pdfs;
•Standard colour scanning to multiple destinations, including Scan-to-Email, Scan-to-FTP, WSD scanning, and LDAP support;
•12” x 48” banner printing on colour MFPs;
•A wide range of advanced finishing options, including hole punch, off-line staple, booklet, and trifold finishing;
•Standard USB host interface for convenient print-from and scan-to any USB drive in PDF, JPG, TIFF and XPS formats – all via the touch screen control panel;
•Standard Freescale QoriQ P1022 dual core controller (1,067MHz on colour MFPs; 800MHz on black-and-white MFPs);
•Optional embedded EFI Fiery® Controller for the IT 5551ci series of colour

Powerful Business Applications available include:

• Cloud Connect, which allows users to print from and scan to the cloud directly from the MFP’s control panel;
• Mobile Print, a convenient app that frees users to print files, web pages, and images from a smartphone or tablet;
•DMS Link, a customizable interface that simplifies document workflow through digital imaging, distribution, retrieval, and longtime archival;
•Pin Point Scan, a powerful app that enables users to scan from the MFP to their desktop with added speed, functions, and versatility;
•SharePoint Connector, which enhances collaboration between the MFPs and the user’s existing Microsoft SharePoint server.

The Magnificent Seven are available now, for more information telephone 01635 874848 or check out the web site.

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