Toshiba Wins Better Buys Award
Fifteen of Toshiba’s recently-released e-STUDIO™ multifunction printers (MFPs) have earned Better Buys Q3 2016 Editor’s Choice Award. Better Buys, the leading independent authority on office equipment, conducted side-by-side evaluations with comparable products and came away very impressed by Toshiba’s unique feature-set and exceptional value. Altogether, 11 colour and 4 monochrome e-STUDIO products were recognised by Better Buys.
“We have awarded past Toshiba e-STUDIO MFPs with Editor’s Choice and Innovative Product of the Year awards, but the company’s latest line is its most innovative and intuitive to date,” said Melissa Pardo-Bunte, editor at Better Buys. “By merging premium software and hardware elements throughout the design of their new colour and monochrome products, Toshiba is clearly raising the bar for its competition to aspire to.”
We have awarded past Toshiba e-STUDIO MFPs with Editor’s Choice and Innovative Product of the Year awards, but the company’s latest line is its most innovative and intuitive to date.
“Our new line of MFPs was designed to be customisable in order meet the unique and often complex needs of our customers from across multiple industries,” said Bill Melo, Toshiba America Business Solutions chief marketing executive. “We knew we were delivering industry-leading technology and are thrilled with the market response and are especially delighted to have received another Better Buys Editor’s Choice Award in recognition of the results of this development effort.”
All of the MFPs (the e-STUDIO3505AC, e-STUDIO5005AC, e-STUDIO7506AC and e-STUDIO8508A series) recognised by Better Buys include Intel’s® new processor, a customisable tablet-style user interface, Embedded Application Platform and Dual-Scan Document Feeder. These elements are all designed to help organizations operate more efficiently and cost-effectively while improving workflow.
Multitasking and handling complex tasks are simpler with the inclusion of the powerful multi-core Intel® Atom™ processor. The Embedded Application Platform makes it possible for the MFPs to easily use embedded or third-party applications and connect to the cloud enabling mobile users to work anywhere.