Sharp Imaging and Information Company of America, a division of Sharp Electronics Corporation (SEC), today added four new monochrome devices to their business product line that include two desktop multifunction printers (MFPs) and two single-function desktop printers. All four models provide business-level security features, as well as a compact, durable design that delivers the reliability business users expect.
As incidents of cybercrime continue to grow, it is essential to have tools with proper security features in place. These new desktop models provide the security and ease of use today’s businesses need to help address these threats, such as IP address and protocol filtering, port control, Transport Layer Security (TLS) Encryption and more. Additionally, each of the new MFPs also offer out-of-the-box copy, print, scan and fax capabilities, as well as available Cloud Connect features. The MFP models also offer connectivity for mobile devices enabling users to easily manage workflow from PCs, smartphones and tablets. A user-friendly touchscreen display provides quick access to copy and scan settings, as well as a built-in user guide.
“Over the past year, we’ve seen a significant shift for many employees towards remote and hybrid work environments, which is likely to persist,” said Shane Coffey, vice president of product management at Sharp Imaging and Information Company of America. “These new models bring advanced integration and powerful productivity right into your workplace or home office, allowing teams to remain productive while helping to keep their information and documents secure.”
The new MX-B427W MFP and MX-B427PW printers offer output speeds up to 42 pages per minute (ppm), while the new MX-B467F MFP and MX-B467P printers offer output speeds up to 46 ppm. Whether in a desktop or console configuration, these new compact devices are a perfect fit for work from home environments, as well as for smaller businesses, such as pharmacies, doctors’ offices or restaurants.
These four new models will be available by the end of March 2021.