Scan or print jobs at 60 pages per minute. The MP 601SPF delivers documents without slowing down.
- Quick start
First print speed of 6 seconds.
- Low maintenance
High toner yield coupled with machine reliability ensure trouble free operation.
- Affordable print, copy, scan and fax
Low energy consumption and high yield consumables keep it low cost-effective.
- Scan and print quickly
Scan up to 60 black and white impressions per minute with the automatic reverse document feeder.
Greater capacity with added features
For busy offices who need reliable printing every day no matter what. Standard double sided printing keeps paper use and environmental impact down, for low running costs. Extend print runs with three optional paper trays. Its small footprint means you can keep it under a counter, on a desk, or out of the way in the corner.
Stay up to date with software
All-in-one can mean more than print, copy, scan and fax with add on software solutions. Transform your office to boost productivity and open up opportunities to grow. Add wireless LAN connectivity to the MP 601SPF for added mobility, or an optical character recognition (OCR) unit to convert scanned files into editable and popular file formats. Keep documents secure with Data Overwrite Security.
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Whatever your business needs there’s a Ricoh specialist ready to help create the ideal solution to improve your work life. Hit the ‘Request a quote’ button, complete the form with your details and we’ll contact you within 24 hours to discuss your requirements.
- Print, copy, scan and fax
- Produces up to 60 prints/copies per minute
- Low cost of ownership
- Easy to use
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