Toshiba Release High End Multi-Function Systems

On the 27th of July 2016 – Toshiba (Australia) announced the launch of six new high end multifunction systems. The range consists of three A3 colour models (e-STUDIO 7506AC Series) and three A3 monochrome models (e-STUDIO 8508A series).

All models feature in Toshiba’s new advanced e-BRIDGE Next technology, which enables complete third-party integration and support for internally driven solutions. In addition, Toshiba’s standard secure hard disk drive is Toshiba’s most advanced multifunction system to date.


The new 22.9 cm (9”0 tablet-style, user interface featured on all models makes the systems easy and intuitive to use. It can be completely customisable, starting from the possibility to change the background, image, icons and personalised messages, all the way to creating shortcuts that can start complex document workflow processes.

Productivity is increased thanks to the standard Dual Scan Document Feeder (DSDF) on all six models. This document feeder has an impressive 300 sheet paper capacity, and allows double-sided scanning at an outstanding speed of up to 240 images per minute.

To match the modern business demands, Toshiba offers a wide range of hardware and software options to allow the creation of tailor-made document workflow solutions. The print speeds range from 55 to 75 pages per minute (ppm) in colour for e-STUDIO 7506AC series, and 55 to 85 ppm for the e-STUDIO 8508A series.

17 eS7506AC LCF 1112 HPU exIn striving for world-leading environmental standards, the series is compliant with Energy Star Tier 2, EPEAT Gold and the Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive (RoHS). It also makes use of recycled plastics and features a low-power Super Sleep Mode to save resources.

These systems deliver on Toshiba’s promise of Together Information – a commitment to collaborate with clients to provide tailored, cost-effective solutions to meet specific print, document management and content needs, while helping them to achieve green objectives.

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