Samsung CLX-8380ND
Product
Samsung CLX-8380ND

Manual Ref: CLX8380

 

The SAMSUNG MultiXpress CLX-8380ND delivers impressive colour documents with the efficiency of a copier, but at a fraction of the price. It prints up to 100000 pages per month, has a 2720-sheet paper capacity and print speeds up to 40ppm. It also comes loaded with productivity-enhancing features like an 80GB hard drive and an intuitive 7-inch colour touch-screen control panel and more. With this colour laser Multifunction Printer, success is within your reach.

 

 

 

 

open architecture design

The open architecture design and customised touch screen applications improve your productivity. Enhance security by using a custom application such as a badge reader or bio recognition. Use a card swipe to keep track of throughput. Scan and auto send documents to team members without a computer. Access your network to print documents or forms without a computer and much more.

colour scan to network, management, email, anywhere

The enhanced scanning resolution (up to 4800 x 4800dpi) and colour CCD give you the finest quality images. Scanning is also an easy way to capture and store information from hard copy documents. Colour scan to the network and share documents easily by converting them to PDF, TIFF or JPEG files. Then send the files directly to any server or PC, or anywhere else on your network.

duplex printing


Auto duplex printing saves money by printing on both sides of the paper. Save time by using the auto document feeder - you can load and print 100 sheets at a time. Even incoming faxes can be printed on both sides.

colour expression desktop icon

Why search through menus to check your toner status? The colour expression desktop icon is always on your screen so you can check your toner status at any time without having to print a status page.
PLEASE CONTACT US FOR CURRENT PRICING
Extricate your organisation from onerous contracts that are costing you money! Experience high levels of customer service
Save up to 75% on running costs! Office technology and associated running costs, collectively known as "document output" costs, can represent the third largest overhead after people and buildings