Konica Minolta announces C759 toner press

Konica Minolta has launched a new entry-level dry toner production printer, the AccurioPrint C759, which will replace the Bizhub Pro C754e.

This AccurioPrint C759 from Konica Minolta is an entry level light production printer.

André Statkus product manager for Konica Minolta’s Production Printing in Europe, says that the output quality has been improved through a number of changes, explaining: “Overall, as we do with all the new machines we bring into the market, there has been an improvement of the relevant features. Amongst these, the toner has been improved and through a new Fiery controller (IC418 vs. IC414 in the “old” one) and a new interface a higher quality of the printjob can be reached. Also, printjobs can be delivered in half the time compared to before.”

The AccurioPrint C759 has a print speed of 65ppm in colour and 75ppm in monochrome at a resolution of 1200 x 1200 dpi. It takes paper from 52gsm to 300gsm and can be loaded with up to 6,650 sheets. There’s a new 10.1ins touch screen that can also connect to mobile devices.

It features a colour scanner that can handle 300 sheets and scan documents in one pass up to 240 ipm. There’s an optional double-feed detector that’s better able to cope with high-volumes of scanning that are common in legal offices and educational institutes. It uses Konica Minolta’s own OpenAPI interface and IWS or NFC Authentication.

Statkus concludes: “The top-of-the-class scanning and output speed of this colour MFP combines good print production capabilities with high durability. It is particularly suited to schools and universities while its high input and output productivity meets the sophisticated needs of large offices and CRDs (Corporate Reprographic Departments).”


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