JOHANNESBURG (03/11/2004) - Gestetner Corp. has launched the P7325n mono laser printer which, it says, is ideally suited to workgroups demanding high performance network printing and a competitive total cost of ownership. It aims to offer significant savings on cost per page printing in its class, and boasts an impressive 150k per month duty cycle.
Anthony Ho, product support manager at Gestetner SA, says, "The P7325n is a powerful, cost-effective, fully featured network printer. This, combined with a robust duty cycle and reasonable cost per page printing, means that it will reliably produce all your business documents at an exceptional value."
The P7325n is said to offer the latest interface support, such as optional Wireless LAN and Bluetooth, as well as standard USB2.0, which aims to allow users to connect to the device using the most convenient technology available. End-users and ICT managers alike will appreciate the P7325n as a key printer which allows remote monitoring to ensure that productivity is optimized to consistently deliver high quality output, the company adds.
The P7325n is said to boast a powerful 300MHz high performance processor to reduce waiting times and to deliver high-speed full network printing at 25ppm at a crisp 1 200dpi output.
Both models are designed to be fully networkable and support all major network applications and industry standard printer languages for seamless integration into the office environment. Connection is made even easier with the P7325n, as it comes pre-installed with a network interface board which enables plug-and-play functionality, Gestetner adds.
The network functionality and Gestetner's Web SmartDeviceMonitor aims to provide efficient printer monitoring and administration, along with automatic e-mail alerts indicating printer availability, paper jams, toner or paper replacements and service calls.
The P7325n can be managed remotely from any desktop, including automatic detection and configuration of the device, the company adds. Not only will the software enable ICT managers to efficiently monitor the printers remotely, it will also improve the workflow and efficiency of users and will ensure that the printers are replenished and kept fully operational, maximizing user productivity, Gestetner concludes.