New Toshiba A3 e-Studio Color MFPs Start at $5,339

Toshiba has rolled out four new A3 (11″x17″) e-Studio color MFPs, starting at $5,339, with two models incorporating Toshiba’s e-Bridge Open Platform. The new units use LED, toner-based printing technology.

The e-Studio2050c/e-Studio2550c incorporate Toshiba’s e-Bridge Open Platform support for adding business and workflow solutions, as well as optional connectors for SharePoint, Exchange and Google Docs. They also have a larger (9″) color touch. The e-Studio2051c/2551c don’t support the e-Bridge Open Platform, and have a smaller 7″ color touch screen.

The e-Studio2050c/e-Studio2550c shown equipped with optional paper drawers and document finisher.

e-Studio2050c ($5,339 MSRP) – Rated at up to 20 ppm (black/color); print/copy/scan/fax; maximum monthly volume is 56,000 pages; black/color scan speeds of up to 50 originals per minute at 300 dpi resolution; incorporates e-Bridge Open Platform support for adding business and workflow solutions; 9″ color touch screen; can be equipped with Toshiba’s new Inner Finisher and Saddle Stitch Finisher; optional SharePoint, Exchange and Google Docs connectors, as well as optional Meta Scan Enabler for e-Connect. For complete specifications, see here.

e-Studio2550c  ($6,895 MSRP) – Same as e-Studio2050c, but rated at up to 25 ppm (black/color) and maximum monthly is higher at 70,000 pages. For complete specifications, see here.

The e-Studio2051c/e-Studio2551c.

e-Studio2051c ($4,999 MSRP) – Rated at up 20 ppm (black/color); print/copy/scan/fax; maximum monthly volume of up to 56,000 pages; black/color scan speeds of up to 50 originals per minute at 300 dpi resolution; 7″ color touch screen. For complete specifications, see here.

e-Studio2551c ($5,999 MSRP) – Same as the e-Studio2051c, but rated at up to 25 ppm (black/color), and maximum monthly volume is higher at 70,000 pages. For complete specifications, see here.

The new MFPs are Energy Star-certified, and free toner-cartridge recycling is available through Toshiba’s partnership with Close the Loop. Through CTL, Toshiba accepts all brands of depleted toner cartridges for recycling.

Our Take

Indeed, Toshiba makes great stuff but they really need to get on board with A4 products of their own manufacture.

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