Category: Ricoh

This Week in Imaging: Fax – An Oldie-But-Goodie Provides Secure, Effective Messaging

While fax is considered an old technology (and considering that it was invented in 1843 by Alexander Bain, it certainly is), and is today usually offered as an option (not standard) for office copier/MFPs,...

The Week in Imaging: Toshiba Nuclear Woes & Toshiba Tec; Ricoh Product Refresh; More

This week saw a new chapter in the ongoing state of Japanese copier/MFP vendors. First, virtually all of these vendors are conglomerates that are highly diversified, with products ranging from semiconductors, to production printers,...

Ricoh Launches High-Volume A3 Color-Laser Printers

Ricoh USA yesterday introduced two new color-laser printers the RICOH SP C840DN and RICOH SP C842DN printers for high-volume office and light-production printing use available through authorized Ricoh dealers. The RICOH SP C840DN and RICOH SP...

This Week in Imaging: Latest Financials from Copier Companies; Xerox Targeting Multi-Brand Dealers; More

The latest financial reports from major copier/printer vendors in Japan are as typical, full of good news and bad. The bad consists of several continuing to report lower revenues and profits. But on the...

This Week in Imaging: A Closer Look at OKI’s ‘Eye-Popping’ Neon Color Printer; Big Shakeup at Ricoh; More

As far as toner-based printing is concerned, OKI is as innovative as they come. Not long ago, OKI introduced the innovative C900 Series commercial printers with five-station toner configuration that entailed cyan, magenta, yellow,...