MALAYSIA: Toshiba TEC unveils the world’s first hybrid multi-function printers (MFP), which prints regular black prints as well as erasable blue prints in one single device. This exclusive and eco-conscious product will be available this August.
This series is equipped with state-of-art features for modern document workflows driven by Toshiba TEC’s e-BRIDGE Next Platform. Businesses often print for temporary needs such as proofreading a document, reviewing an email, meeting memos, pick-list and test- print materials. In these instances, Toshiba Hybrid MFP provides users the flexibility to select two types of toner in one device; he erasable blue toner and regular black toner. The blue toner can be erased within single device, as well as using the optional paper erasing device; e-STUDIO RD301.
To simplify the usage, the product’s rule based printing features allows users to define multiple rules by automatically selecting the toner mode, either for temporary documents or permanent documents printing. The product’s e- BRIDGE Paper Reuse Report is also competent to generate a summary of paper reduction and average paper usage report to clearly convey the organization’s environmental contribution at a glance.
Toshiba TEC Director and Chief Executive Officer, Paul Ting says that this new technology will save the amount of paper used by least between six and seven times each without affecting the quality of the printout through its internal heating process.
“This device would help save the environment and reduce the effects of deforestation brought upon by excessive use of paper since it could save for up to 5,000 sheets of papers for one tree,” he adds.
Toshiba Carbon Balance Program 2017 also grants customers with a systematic e-waste recycling management. For every unit of Hybrid MFP sold, Toshiba TEC Malaysia will contribute in funding a tree-planting project; “One Hybrid MFP, One Tree”. By participating in this program, customers can dispose e-waste in a systematic manner and making this as a part of their CSR efforts to preserve the environment.