It's a cool feature, but I'm trying to figure out what the application is for using such a feature. Why use a 5 or 6 inch smart phone screen to control it when you can use the 10 inch screen at the machine. If there is a simple device management app for administrators to use to manage the machines, I can see that being useful.
I have sold Canon, Sharp, Konica, Kyocera. If samsung is just now talking about a mobile app, they are way behind. Which they have been for sometime. Kyocera has the best mobile app hands down. It even works with off brand devices on the network. HP printers.....manage print services. See where I am going with this?
Samsung is not talking about a mobile app all of the sudden. They've had mobile apps for some time now. I have seen all the other mobile apps out there and Samsung by far blows everyone out of the water.
I'm not talking about Mobile Printing, we're talking about a true android tablet that is the user interface for the new MFP. Anything that you can do on your Andriod tablet or smartphone can be done at the copier, along with some additional apps that are very interesting. I'm learning more myself about this new system and the capabilities.
Guess nobody saw the thread I started in the Samsung forum. Anyway, here is a great video to watch. They even have a $1,700 retail tabletop with a 10" Galaxy tablet as the display. http://www.samsung.com/us/busi.../Smart_UX_Center.mp4
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