Sep 072016
 

Some Business owners have had enough with dealing with the obvious limitations of the small tabletop copiers, and want to “turn the corner” to find a better solution that will once and for all improve their Document Work Flow — not just for the owner but especially for employees.

To the business owner, the Mental intersection of Need vs. Want is that point where your practical thinking takes over and you want to make the best judgment call to invest in the right machine for your business.  Not just any machine, because any machine is just another cheap tabletop printer from the local stationery retail warehouse store.

Allow me to depart from the particular subject matter of office equipment:  The Experienced Boat Owner will one day turn his discerning eye towards the larger hull.  The experienced pilot will look toward a new airplane or one with more engines.  The car owner who has been driving on the same four wheels for years, will be ready not for just a trade-in, but a trade up.  It’s the way Americans think!

These moments of decision making require pause and good judgment.  When you’re ready to move into better Office Automation,  look me up.
You’ll feel the Liberty of thinking like an American again.

Toshiba Estudio 5005AC
Speed 50 ppm Color/Mono
Function Copy, Print, Scan, Optional Fax
Monthly Duty Cycle 0
Duplex Standard
Network Standard
Finishing Options Yes
Document Feeder Optional DSDF 300 sheets / RADF 100 sheets
Standard Trays 2 x 550 sheets
Standard Bypass 100 sheets
Optional Trays 2 x 550 sheets/Envelope drawer/1 x 2,000 sheets
Max Paper 3,200 sheets
Paper Size A3, up to 12″ x 18″
Print Resolution 600 x 600 dpi color/2,400 x 600 dpi mono
Scan Resolution 600 x 600 dpi
Memory HDD 4 GB
Dimension 23″ (W) x 25.2″ (D) x 31″ (H)
Weight 166 lbs
Starter Toner Not Included
Replacement Toner K=38.4K / CMY= 33.6K Yield

 

 

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