The 100ppm Epson WorkForce Enterprise WF-C20590 and its 75ppm sibling the WF-C17590 are designed to meet the speed and volume requirements of a departmental MFD without the high energy consumption or consumable requirements of equivalent laser models.
While HP has been a significant player in the consumer and business printer markets for many years, it has largely left the copier and mopier (multifunction copier) markets to traditional office equipment suppliers such as Canon and Fuji Xerox. But that's about to change.
"Smaller, faster and more energy-efficient," and "most secure" are Dell's claims for its latest lineup of Optiplex PCs. There's also a new Wyse zero client for VMware, and new cloud multifunction printers.
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