Minolta unveils new laser printer

Minolta-QMS has introduced its newest colour laser printer, the Magicolor 6110.

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By  Kieran Potts Published  October 14, 2001

Minolta-QMS has introduced its newest colour laser printer, the Magicolor 6110. An A3-size printer, the 6110 is designed to satisfy the growing colour-printer market. The printer is capable not only of adding colour to traditional business documents like memos and reports, but also of producing high-quality posters, presentations and brochures.

Steve Fletcher, president of Minolta-QMS in the Americas, said, “In small companies, the 6110 can easily serve as the primary printing resource. In large organizations, this network colour laser printer supports entire groups of people performing practically any printing application.”

The Magicolor 6110 prints 6-12 colour pages and up to 24 black-and-white pages per minute. It also includes a built-in Ethernet network connection. Two-side printing is also supported, and the Magicolor 6110 accepts up to 384 MB RAM as well as a hard drive to act as a virtual memory and to store fonts and forms.

Minolta-QMS is a wholly owned subsidiary of Minolta Co., famed for the manufacture of top-end SLR cameras

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