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Re: To Ricoh "What I Want for Christmas for 2014"

Czech ·
Art... you'd make $1 million a year if you sold Canon! Love the idea of the staple-free stapler though - not sure if it would be worth it because staples are so cheap and most companies would probably charge double over a regular staple finisher.
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Re: To Ricoh "What I Want for Christmas for 2014"

fisher ·
How about an entry level wide format printer based on GelSprinter technology? $3-5K price range. A quality Tabletop B/W with a full sized display and a low cpc.
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Re: To Ricoh "What I Want for Christmas for 2014"

Kitz ·
FYI- Fujitsu scanners will be available thru Ricoh very soon. I have a solution for envelopes, message me and i will get you the contact information.
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Re: To Ricoh "What I Want for Christmas for 2014"

Art Post ·
Originally Posted by Czech: Art... you'd make $1 million a year if you sold Canon! Love the idea of the staple-free stapler though - not sure if it would be worth it because staples are so cheap and most companies would probably charge double over a regular staple finisher. Staples are not as cheap as you think they are take a read of this.. http://mfpsolutions.blogspot.c...cost-of-staples.html
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Re: To Ricoh "What I Want for Christmas for 2014"

DavidGreer ·
Hi Art, We sell the A4 product in Northern Ireland your talking about,we are a Lexmark Business Solutions Dealer and its a Lexmark XM7100 series, upto 70 page per minute staple, scan, print, fax etc all as part of a standard specification at very low CPC. For the desktop we sell the Lexmark XM3150, 42 page per minute A4 mono. 7 inch colour touchscreen and Low CPC also. Good products that are helping us win deals we couldnt win with Sharp or Konica Minolta products. Have a good Christmas from...
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Re: To Ricoh "What I Want for Christmas for 2014"

Art Post ·
Wow, 70ppm A4, I could do some damage with that!
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Re: Copiers and MFP's "Do We Charge for Scans or Not to Charge for Scans"

David Scott ·
This comes pretty close if you don't need 11x17 and can live with 50 sheet ADF for $1500 and no click charge: http://www.xeroxscanners.com/e...s/item.asp?PN=DM3920 They do have 11x17 scanners as well
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Re: RICOH EMPOWERS MOBILE WORKERS WITH INDUSTRY’S MOST EXPANSIVE CLOUD SERVICES SOLUTION

Art Post ·
No mention of price for the basic or premium service, no mention that you need to purchase the optional MFP browser unit. Many people are not aware that you can scan to dropbox from your current MFP and you don't need ICE to do that. I'm not that familiar with some of the other cloud solutions however if they use the same setup as dropbox you can scan to them from your current Ricoh MFP. I guess the big deal would be if I could scan to multiple folders in dropbox or if I can choose a...
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Re: KIP America Introduces the KIP 2300 Stand Alone Scan System, for Versatile, Professional Quality Productivity

Art Post ·
Does anyone know what the MSRP is on this system?
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Re: Scanning to Office 365

Czech ·
Doesn't MS365 Sharepoint offer a folder that you can scan to for uploading scans? You can scan to Dropbox, Google Drive and Laserfiche on any scanner or MFP simply by setting up a Scan to Folder workflow.
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Re: Scanning to Office 365

Art Post ·
Not sure, but you're probably right, I was maybe looking for a connector or app that might be able to show all of the libraries in SharePoint.
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Re: Scanning to Office 365

David Broaden ·
Hi Art, Konica Minolta has a Sharepointer Connector app. I have not used it, but here is the description from their site: "Take advantage of cloud technology with the Connect to SharePoint app. Once logged into your SharePoint account, this app allows you to upload data and store files in a specific SharePoint library, and browse, print, and edit SharePoint documents.' Czech I would be interested to hear more about the Scan to folder workflow you mention above. Are you talking scanning to an...
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Re: Five Tips for Better Scanning of Documents with Your Copier

Jason H ·
That little baby right there is a work horse! The ones we have in the field work great.
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Re: Five Tips for Better Scanning of Documents with Your Copier

Kyocera Guy ·
Even though we try to educate it seems we still get calls on lines on scans/copies. I know it's fundamental but when you train on a new unit always show them how to clean the scan glass/slit glass and how to troubleshoot the lines.
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Re: Five Tips for Better Scanning of Documents with Your Copier

Kyocera Guy ·
Shameless plug.
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Re: Ricoh MP 305SP & MP 305SPF "Coming to America"

Martin Hofman ·
Hi Art, In Europe we had a little advantage as it is already available there. A PaperClamp is developed and available for these machines: http://solutionconfigurator.vz.nl/#b/37/m/707/p/264 Martin
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Re: Ricoh MP 305SP & MP 305SPF "Coming to America"

mnchstr ·
We got the pre launch info yesterday, brochures haven't been posted to dealersource yet. From the launch letter it appears that print/copy is only through the bypass for 11 x 17. This is a great device for that customer who only needs A3 infrequently but now doesn't need an A3 machine.
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Re: Ricoh MP 305SP & MP 305SPF "Coming to America"

Art Post ·
Yup, you are correct with the 11x17 print & copy through the by-pass, but don't think that will be a deal breaker for most clients. Ty for the comment!
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Re: Ricoh MP 305SP & MP 305SPF "Coming to America"

Art Post ·
Martin Your site is awesome! Ty for the comment, looking forward to meeting with you at the end of this month.
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Re: Ricoh MP 305SP & MP 305SPF "Coming to America"

mnchstr ·
It won't be for the low volume customer who doesn't need a full A3 system like the MP 3054. I haven't compared this with the 2501 yet, it has it's own limitations.
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Re: Ricoh MP 305SP & MP 305SPF "Coming to America"

Art Post ·
perfect system for AEC market, that needs low volume 3-6K per month with the need to print & scan occasional 11x17, and also has a space issue.
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Re: Ricoh MP 305SP & MP 305SPF "Coming to America"

Czech ·
Wow! Cool product!! What's MSRP?
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Re: Ricoh MP 305SP & MP 305SPF "Coming to America"

mnchstr ·
Pre Launch SRP $3245
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Re: How Can a Scanning Workflow be Created on a Copier?

Art Post ·
FYI: Most IT managers don’t like scanned documents sent using email or saved in Exchange. Exchange is not a document management systems. Attaching, replicating and storing large files can cause issues. Preferred method is to scan to folder or directly to the DM solution if that is an option.
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Re: This Week in the Copier/Office Equipment Industry 10 Years Ago First Week of August 2004

ben bramhall ·
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Re: Samsung Announces the World’s 1st Printer Powered by Android™

SalesServiceGuy ·
The obvious question is can it print to an iOS device? I get many more requests to print from an iPhone/iPad than an Android device x50.
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Re: Samsung Announces the World’s 1st Printer Powered by Android™

txeagle24 ·
There is a Samsung Mobile Printing app in the iTunes AppStore that would allow users to do this. Most manufacturers have their own apps for both iOS & Andriod at this point. It doesn't look like these new models are AirPrint compatible yet, but I'm sure Samsung is working on it with Apple since they have a number of previous models that do work with AirPrint.
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Re: Samsung Announces the World’s 1st Printer Powered by Android™

txeagle24 ·
There is a Samsung Mobile Printing app in the iTunes AppStore that would allow users to do this. Most manufacturers have their own apps for both iOS & Andriod at this point. It doesn't look like these new models are AirPrint compatible yet, but I'm sure Samsung is working on it with Apple since they have a number of previous models that do work with AirPrint.
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Re: Samsung Announces the World’s 1st Printer Powered by Android™

yeti ·
Originally Posted by SalesServiceGuy: The obvious question is can it print to an iOS device? I get many more requests to print from an iPhone/iPad than an Android device x50. That will change soon, Samsung is making more and more headway into the B2B market.
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Re: Samsung Announces the World’s 1st Printer Powered by Android™

SalesServiceGuy ·
In the end, we are talking about another copier vendor trying to make a splash with a new User Interface (UI) similar to what Sharp did two years ago. The fact that Samsung has attached one of their 10" Android tablets to the front of a copier is unique but the LCD size is not. There are many factors that go through a buyers head when they buy a copier. Generally, the UI is not at the top of the list.
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Re: Samsung Announces the World’s 1st Printer Powered by Android™

txeagle24 ·
I would absolutely disagree. Whether or not a machine is easy-to-use is a huge factor for most customers, at least ones that listen to input from their users and don't just go with whatever is the fastest & cheapest. I've sold a lot of Ricoh equipment to displace Xerox or Konica Minolta systems that customers thought was too hard to use. If a UI is flashy but difficult to navigate for users, it offers no redeeming value, but if it has sizzle, intuitive & makes user interaction...
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Re: bizhub C224e scanning question

Bumble001 ·
The C224e does not come standard with a DF. You can add an optional DF-624 which is a RADF which scans at 80 ppm. Or you can get the optional DF-701 which is a single pass dual scan feeder which has the ability to scan 160 images per minute. So the answer to your question is it will scan as fast as you can put originals on the glass without the DF-701.
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Re: bizhub C224e scanning question

Art Post ·
thanx for this, the standard scan speed is incredible that segment!
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Re: Samsung Announces the World’s 1st Printer Powered by Android™

Czech ·
I just spent the last 5 minutes playing around with a new Samsung MFP we ordered in with the Android UI. After being super excited for the past month to try this out... ...I hate it. For several reasons. 1) The operating system lags from screen to screen 2) There's absolutely no hard buttons and I have fat fingers. 3) Everything is spread out. 4) There are useless apps, like Calculator and a Movie app, and not enough printing apps 5) The Box app (similar to Document Server or Mailbox)...
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Re: Samsung Announces the World’s 1st Printer Powered by Android™

Jason H ·
I will be trying this system out again this week as our Rep is bringing one by for my sales reps to use and play with for the day. I didn't use it too much at the Samsung dealer meeting so I can't say one way or the other if I like it. Will update more on Thursday.
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Re: Samsung Announces the World’s 1st Printer Powered by Android™

Art Post ·
Please post more as soon as you can. Would love to now more!!! Do these systems have NFC capability?
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Re: Samsung Announces the World’s 1st Printer Powered by Android™

Jason H ·
I meant to type this up last week but we spent some time with the machine on Thursday. I do think it is a neat touch but not sure if I like it just yet. I am going to go off some of the points Czech made. I did not find the op system had lag to it for starters. When we switched from screen to screen it worked just like my Ipad and my Galaxy tablet. I think they could have had more printing apps and less useless apps. I don't know why in the world someone would use the internet on the copier,...
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Re: Samsung Announces the World’s 1st Printer Powered by Android™

Art Post ·
Jason This great info, please getting us the updates!
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Re: Here's an interesting question I received about Ricoh scanning

Bumble001 ·
No sure if I understand the question. Are you scanning to a server at a remote location of the same company i.e. satellite office? You would be able to do it if they have a VPN setup between the two sites. If they do not have a VPN I believe you are out of luck.
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Re: Here's an interesting question I received about Ricoh scanning

Art Post ·
No, there are two different companies that she owns with two different LAN's and servers.
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Re: Here's an interesting question I received about Ricoh scanning

Bumble001 ·
No you can not scan SMB directly to a folder on a server at two different LAN's. The only way you could scan to a folder on a server is to setup a FTP server on the server and open the Firewall to allow the FTP server to function.
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Re: Here's an interesting question I received about Ricoh scanning

fisher ·
Originally Posted by Bumble001: No you can not scan SMB directly to a folder on a server at two different LAN's. The only way you could scan to a folder on a server is to setup a FTP server on the server and open the Firewall to allow the FTP server to function. This ^^^^^ This also works internally if you ever run into an older machine that will not scan to windows 8 or 2012 Server.
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Re: Here's an interesting question I received about Ricoh scanning

Bill Knight ·
For Windows 8 and Server 2012 you can upgrade the firmware to fix this problem. Another option is to install Dropbox at both locations and have them sync to that folder. This way you scan to the local folder by SMB and with Dropbox it will automatically sync to the other location.
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Re: Scan to Cloud Server with NSI?

good luck ·
99% sure the NSI would need to reside on the server being provided by the local IT company.
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Re: Contex Americas Appoints Shea Vara to Director of Channel Sales

Art Post ·
atta girl!! congrats!!
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Re: This Week in the Copier/Office Equipment Industry 10 Years Ago Second Week of June 2004

Alan ·
I am out of the office until 20/06/2014. Note: This is an automated response to your message "Post By Art Post: This Week in the Copier/Office Equipment Industry ..." sent on 16/06/2014 1:13:20 p.m.. This is the only notification you will receive while this person is away. Alan Creighton Service Manager (Embedded image moved to file: pic17864.gif) Ricoh New Zealand Limited | cnr Anglesea & London Streets | PO Box 758 | Waikato Mail Centre | Hamilton 3204 | New Zealand Phone: +64 7 839...
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Re: New Ricoh MP C401 C401SR Spec Review

kathie ·
We bought one of the C300 when they were clearing them out and imagine my surprise to learn we also had to put toner in it! All the other printer based models come with starter cartridges. Anyway, the toner cost more than the fricken machine!!
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