Samsung Releases CLX-9200, SCX-8100 Series Enterprise Printers

Samsung has launched CLX-9200 Series A3 colour and SCX-8100 Series Mono Multi Functional Printer (MFP) series targeted at businesses.

The CLX-9200 Series A3 colour MFP are available at prices range of Rs 2,30,000 to Rs 2,90,000 while SCX-8128 Mono A3 printer is available at Rs 1,60,000.

The A3 devices separate the printer interface from the system unit for enhanced convenience and management, as per the company.

As per Samsung, the MFP comes equipped with world’s first all-in-one main board with 1GHz dual-core CPU for more processing power and greater print speed. The printer features ReCP image enhancing technology with 1,200 x 1,200 dpi to deliver significantly sharper and more vivid images for optimum print results.

“These new MFPs are the one stop printing solution to the ever changing needs of the small and medium businesses in India. We want to enhance our customers’ user experience by developing products with superior performance in the most compact form.” Said Vipin Tuteja, vice president, enterprise business division, Samsung India Electronics.”

The A3 CLX-9201/9251 devices hold printing speed of 20 and 25 PPM whereas , the A3 Mono SCX-8100 Series hold printing speed of 28 ppm.

The new Samsung A3 MFP features an all-in-one board combining a video controller board, engine board and a scan board in one. By combining numerous boards into one single platform, energy consumption shows enormous decrease, as per the company. In sleep mode, Samsung A3 devices consume 0.189kWh – a 60% reduction in power compared to conventional A3 MFP, claims Samsung.

Samsung claims a separated toner, OPC drums and developer unit reduce overall maintenance costs. The interchangeable OPC drum enables businesses to reduce unnecessary inventory as there is no more need to separately purchase different drums for each colour.

Source: Samsung CLX-9200, SCX-8100 Series 


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