The fi-800R is a new Fujitsu image scanner designed for the front desk environment, combining passport, ID and document scanning. Fujitsu claims the fi-800R is the first scanner of its kind that doesn’t require a carrier sheet to protect passports, incorporating a return path mechanism that can process thicker items such as ID cards and passports including the MRZ (Machine-Readable Zone) alongside A4 documents.
Taking up half the space of alternative solutions, the fi-800R is ideal for the front desk, or any other place where space is tight. A U-turn path mechanism with automatic stacking technology ejects papers back up through the scanner, removing the need for a front output tray. Drastically reducing the machine’s footprint means the fi-800R can be used in spaces half the size of an A4 sheet.
Featuring an ADF with Fujitsu’s active separation technology, the fi-800R makes input smoother than ever, while automatic skew correction eliminates feed errors. Bundled PaperStream software optimises images for downstream processes, as well as extracting information to enrich customer profiles. Automatic Profile Selection, where staff no longer have to spend time sorting documents by format, and 40ppm/80ipm scan speed means customers can get on with their day in record time.
ThinPrint, Microsoft’s exclusive launch partner for Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) printing, has launched its ezeep for Windows Virtual Desktop on the Azure Marketplace in line with the general availability of WVD.
With WVD, Microsoft’s Windows 10 is available as a multi-user version on Azure. As it runs exclusively in the cloud, all printers, including network printers, become remote printers. Developed as a result of ThinPrint’s successful partnership with Microsoft, ezeep provides the necessary connection between the on-premises printing infrastructure in the enterprise and the cloud as the industry’s only print solution for Windows 10 multi-session desktops hosted on Azure, it enables secure, fast and simple connectivity to existing print environments to deliver seamless printing from any device.
Katun Europe expands offer
Katun has announced the introduction of a wide range of products in Europe.
New launches include colour toners for use in Kyocera TASKalfa 5052ci / 3552ciseries applications and colour toners for use in Utax and Triumph Adler 4006ci / 5006ciseries machines. The company says these colour products provide significant cost savings, consistent performance and OEM-equivalent yields, strengthening the wide range of colour toners it already provides.
In addition, the Katun Performance new-build black drum unit for use in Konica Minolta bizhub C258-C658 and 308-558-series machines provides OEM-equivalent image quality and life/yields, and is backed by Katun’s warranty, enabling dealers to reduce their costs without compromising customer satisfaction.