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Ricoh IM C3500 pricing proposal

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Ricoh Pro C5200s proposal

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Ricoh MP C501SP

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Future Ricoh MFP Technology

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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: 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: Memjet & Toshiba

SalesServiceGuy ·
Zero. Zippo. Nada. I have a dealer who is trying to sell Memjet without much success. He says the ink tanks are too small and needs to be refilled too often.
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Re: MFP & Copier Leads "The Bain of My Existence"

exit148 ·
The fact that the website lead generator doesn't work is crazy, Wow! But my gut feeling is if any do leads come in to the Mfr, regardless of the source, the lead gets sent to a direct op. Independent Dlrs are left to find their own leads.
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Re: MFP & Copier Leads "The Bain of My Existence"

kathie ·
We used to get some via the website as well, but the ineptitude of Ricoh can be astounding! Brand new series '03 machines are not available now. WHAAA??? MPC2003 - 3003. They have also begun to contract packing with UPS so everything is coming is HUGE boxes with hardly anything in them, and we're getting charged for it!!
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Re: MFP & Copier Leads "The Bain of My Existence"

Art Post ·
Kathie: Thanx for the comment! OMG, no machines.....well I guess that's part of the cyce of doing business. Is anyone else seeing the change over the UPS thing. Art
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Re: MFP & Copier Leads "The Bain of My Existence"

bandit41076 ·
Showing our age here - fax machines? Leads? Neither has happened in a few years...
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Re: TWAIN scanning with MP 2553SP need help

Ricoh914 ·
Twain driver should be right on Ricoh-usa.com for download. Just put in model number and click Network Twain Driver.
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Re: TWAIN scanning with MP 2553SP need help

Art Post ·
Right, but can we TWAIN scan wireless?
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Re: TWAIN scanning with MP 2553SP need help

Ricoh914 ·
I have never heard of wirelesss twain?
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Re: TWAIN scanning with MP 2553SP need help

Art Post ·
o,, so I heard back from one of my SE's and he states we can wireless TWAIN scan! Crossing my fingers!
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Re: RICOH BRINGS ‘CLOUD PRINT’ TO BUSINESS-CLASS MFPS

txeagle24 ·
Ricoh would try to charge for this. In my opinion, this should be included as a firmware update that brings additional value to the client & potentially helps Ricoh and its dealers capture more prints from mobile devices. I do like the idea of Ricoh starting to offer additional features via firmware installation (chargeable or not). If they truly want to be a Services-led organization, we should be able to add features like this or OCR to products across the line. It's ridiculous that if...
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Re: RICOH BRINGS ‘CLOUD PRINT’ TO BUSINESS-CLASS MFPS

Art Post ·
Originally Posted by txeagle24: It's ridiculous that if we have a client with a new MP C3003-C6003 series machine they can get the OCR kit, but if they have monochrome devices in the MP 4002/5002 series or MP 6002-9002 they have to wait for the next generation of equipment to get that basic functionality. Awesome point on the OCR. The MP4002 & MP5002 are long in the tooth and needs to be replaced ASAP!
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Re: RICOH BRINGS ‘CLOUD PRINT’ TO BUSINESS-CLASS MFPS

txeagle24 ·
They don't need to replaced. They are great boxes but need to be made current by making them compatible with new features like OCR & Smart Operations Panel. Update them using firmware. Imagine how much more money Ricoh could make if they only updated monochrome systems half as often (no need to manufacture a new design) but provided new features via firmware update & potential add-ons. Color is presently a different story since the quality keeps improving but not for long.
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Re: RICOH BRINGS ‘CLOUD PRINT’ TO BUSINESS-CLASS MFPS

Art Post ·
k, and the day will come soon, when only color systems are offered. I'm not holding my breath on Ricoh just updating the MP4002/5002. Yes, would be much easier for us and dealers to keep the same engine and just add additional features.
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Re: RICOH BRINGS ‘CLOUD PRINT’ TO BUSINESS-CLASS MFPS

txeagle24 ·
They won't just update it; I'm just stating my opinion. I predict the next version will feature a single-pass feeder and the additional features. The day may come when a manufacturer only offers color systems, but I hope Ricoh isn't the first one. Whoever that is will lose a lot for several years due to customer resistance unless there are multiple billing tiers in which low coverage is billed at the same rate as mono & higher coverage rates can be completely disabled to overcome...
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Re: This Week in the Copier/Office Equipment Industry 10 Years Ago Second Week of July 2004

HUNTER BUSINESS SYSTEMS ·
new canon a4 mfp coming call me tomorrow for specs Steve s iPhone > On Jul 20, 2014, at 8:19 PM, Print4Pay Hotel < alerts@hoop.la > wrote: >
 
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