Toshiba Unveils E-STUDIO477s/527s Series

Toshiba America Business Solutions, Inc. unveils its e-STUDIO477s/527s series of multifunction products (MFPs).

Coupling premium letter-size – or A4 – functionality with next generation e-BRIDGETM technology, Toshiba’s latest MFPs present small-to-medium size businesses (SMBs) with performance levels typically reserved for enterprise environments. Touting an impressive print speed of up to 55 pages-per-minute, the e-STUDIO527s series is a signature addition to any small business seeking a leading high-volume monochrome MFP.

By integrating the company’s latest e-BRIDGE technology within its award-winning e-STUDIO line, users may easily manage, capture and deliver documents via one-touch function keys on the devices’ nine-inch, tiltable touch control display.

As a result of its smaller footprint and lightweight design, Toshiba’s new printing products are ideal for office environments with limited space and its quiet operation is sure to please all office staff.

To ease information security concerns, this new e-STUDIO series includes Toshiba’s unique Self-Encrypting Drive featuring Automatic Data Invalidation and suite of features to provide customers with an elite level of data protection. Should anyone attempt to remove and connect the hard disk drive to another device, its data will automatically erase.

To save energy while complementing the new e-STUDIO products’ slim design, the printing devices integrate a Super Sleep Mode feature to reduce power consumption to a meager 1.5 watts. A low-temperature fusing toner further limits electricity use.

“The introduction of our e-STUDIO527s series nicely rounds out our expansive profile of feature-rich A3 and A4 color and monochrome multifunction products to complement any business segment,” said Bill Melo, vice president of marketing, services and solutions at Toshiba America Business Solutions, Inc. “Moreover, by including next generation ecological and security features throughout our new printing devices, customers seeking to reduce their eco footprint may now do so without comprising their information.”

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