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Types of Copiers

Canon
Canon

Canon’s advanced device management tools keep you in charge at every step, right from your desktop or through the cloud. Easily install and replace devices, migrate settings and data to new devices, and distribute applications and settings across your network. Track your entire fleet's activity to learn when supplies are low or service is needed. New cloud-based tools further reduce costs, improve serviceability, and secure data.

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HP
HP

Main functions of the HP LaserJet Pro M477fdw: color printing, scanner, copier, fax, wireless printing, Wi-Fi Direct, NFC touch-to-print technology, two-sided duplex printing, 4.3-inch color touchscreen, 50-sheet auto document feeder.

source: staples.com
Konica Minolta
Konica Minolta

KONICA MINOLTA Group U.S.A. Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A. Konica Minolta Healthcare Americas Konica Minolta Sensing Americas KONICA MINOLTA Group Worldwide

Kyocera
Kyocera

Sharp continues to be a world leader in manufacturing consumer electronics. Today, Sharp is well known as a leading manufacturer of televisions, microwave ovens, and copiers. The History of Kyocera. Kyocera was founded in 1934, in the city of Kyoto, Japan. It was originally named Kyoto Ceramic Company, Limited.

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Ricoh
Ricoh

Ricoh is well known for our high-quality printers, digital duplicators and multifunction printers/scanners/copiers. With plenty of choices in speed, size and capabilities — and configuration options to meet your needs — you can select from the models and features that work best for your workgroup, office or classroom.

source: ricoh-usa.com
Sharp
Sharp

Sharp continues to be a world leader in manufacturing consumer electronics. Today, Sharp is well known as a leading manufacturer of televisions, microwave ovens, and copiers. The History of Kyocera. Kyocera was founded in 1934, in the city of Kyoto, Japan. It was originally named Kyoto Ceramic Company, Limited.

source: ais-now.com
Toshiba
Toshiba

Toshiba has partnered with Lexmark to provide best-in-class printing, multifunction and vertical market solutions. Lexmark is known for their high-quality mono and color printers and MFPs and their industry leading vertical printing solutions. Toshiba can be your single source for sales, service and support of Lexmark printers.

Xerox
Xerox

In 1963 Xerox introduced the Xerox 813, the first desktop plain-paper copier, realizing Carlson's vision of a copier that could fit on anyone's office desk. Ten years later in 1973, a basic, analogue, color copier, based on the 914, followed.

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