Kyocera Expands MFP Stable

Kyocera Mita America last week rolled out the latest in a long line of multifunction printers for business workgroups.

Kyocera Mita America last week rolled out the latest in a long line of multifunction printers for business workgroups.

The KM-1650 lets users print, copy and scan up to 16 ppm (pages per minute) and route scanned documents to a users e-mail address or file.

The $2,995 machine comes standard with 64MB of print and copy memory and will compete against such MFPs as Xeroxs WorkCentre Pro 416.

The $3,699 WorkCentre Pro 416 also prints at 16 ppm but offers standard features such as two-sided printing and copying.

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