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Wireless printing ‘ideal’ for SMBs & home offices

18 Jul 11

Office space is always at a premium in business, particularly when that business is small, or even run from the home.

Fuji Xerox is hoping to solve this problem with its new wireless, multifunction printers.

Launched this week, the Docuprint M205 fw (monochrome) and CM205 fw (colour) offer print, copy, scan and fax functions from a single unit, which the company says saves valuable office or desk space.

This, combined with the versatility provided by wireless functionality, makes for ‘the ideal solution’ according to David Borg, general manager of Fuji Xerox printers.

Borg says the black & white unit can print up to 24 pages per minute, and the colour unit up to 12 pages per minute.

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