New Aficio Monochrome Laser Printer from Ricoh

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Ricoh Americas Corp. has introduced the mid-volume Aficio SP 4310N Black & White laser printer engineered for offices and workgroups.

The scalable Ricoh Aficio SP 4310N, is a 37 page per minute (ppm), 8.5″ x14″ monochrome networked laser printer with a 600-sheet standard paper supply offering resolution up to 1200 x 600 dpi.

The device offers advanced features and workflow tools such as genuine Adobe PostScript3, a 4-line LCD panel with an integrated 12-key alphanumeric keypad, and an optional 80GB hard disk drive, for improved productivity and security, and reduced cost of ownership, according to the company.

The Aficio SP 4310N replaces the Aficio SP 4210N in the company’s monochrome laser printer product line that includes almost a dozen products.

The SP 4310N also supports a number of host print environments and like its predecessor the new laser printer maintains first print speeds of seven seconds or less and an output speed of 37 ppm. Windows and Mac compatible, the SP 4310N is equipped with a 466 MHz CPU and 256 MB RAM that’s expandable to 512 MB.

Built on Ricoh’s All-in-One print cartridge technology the compact Aficio SP 4310N delivers performance with simplified maintenance that targets small offices, medical practices, franchise/branch office locations, retail counters/kiosk environments, and independent businesses with basic Microsoft Office-type printing applications.

The device offers a number of security features include password protection with up to 256-bit SSL data encryption; a User Code feature to restrict device access, set volume limits, and track printer usage for up to 200 individual users; and the 80GB HDD option provides a confidential Locked Print feature plus secure local document storage with advanced data encryption and overwrite protection.

The Aficio SP 4310N has a starting MSRP of $799.

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