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Canon ME launches MFPs for growing enterprises

Canon i-SENSYS MF510
Canon i-SENSYS MF510

Canon Middle East has launched two new mono A4 multifunction printer (MFPs) series to address the print and document challenges of small and medium sized offices.

In addition to the core functionalities of print, copy and colour scan, the new i-SENSYS MF410 and i-SENSYS MF510 devices bring additional features and higher speeds, in a compact, intuitive design.

Hendrik Verbrugghe, Marketing Director, Canon Middle East and Canon Central and North Africa, said, “Canon has always been committed to helping its customers achieve their full potential. For ambitious businesses that are eager to grow and continue expanding their capabilities, Canon provides trusted, scalable solutions that can meet their needs. The new i-SENSYS MF510 and i-SENSYS MF410 series are perfect examples of fast and productive machines that are compact enough to fit into any small or medium-sized office, but robust enough to handle enterprise requirements ”

According to Canon, the new i-SENSYS MF510 and i-SENSYS MF410 series are ideal for growing workgroups that require competitive running costs for growing black and white print volumes. With speeds from 33 to 40 ppm and duplex automatic document feeder, the new devices deliver “high-quality, professional-looking prints, fast.”

To optimise workplace productivity, the new printers come with remote management capability minimising the need for IT teams to manage individual devices on-site. The LCD colour touchscreen is both easy and intuitive to use.

Scan-to-email and scan-to-folder functionality further simplifies workflow digitisation with scanning to USB, shared folders, FTP or email inbox without a PC. Full scanning functionality includes scanning directly to popular cloud applications or mobile devices, using the free PC and mobile applications.

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