DEVELOP South Africa’s ineo+ 654/754

DEVELOP South Africa has introduced the new ineo+ 654/754 device to the South African market, setting a new benchmark in individualisation and boasting functions to suit customers’ needs.

February 19, 2013

DEVELOP South Africa has introduced the new ineo+ 654/754 device to the South African market, setting a new benchmark in individualisation and boasting functions to suit customers’ needs.

The operating panel of the ineo+ 654/754 can be customised to a user’s needs by activating certain functions and hiding unwanted ones. The main screen also provides direct access to any function, such as installed applications or preset workflows. Since pop-up windows open for all function settings, the main panel always remains accessible.

“This handy feature means users no longer need to worry about getting lost in a maze of many different function screens,” says Marc Pillay, general manager of DEVELOP South Africa. “To further enhance ease of use and intuitive operability, function settings have been enhanced with logical icons and the number of hard buttons reduced to a minimum. The unique intuitive display focuses on simplifying the essentials and is destined to receive a great response.”

The availability of different features can also be limited at a user level through three presets (basic, standard and full) for individual use of the device to different user groups, such as regular or infrequent users. DEVELOP has also introduced multi-touch functionality and intuitive “flick & drag” operability in the device’s nine-inch capacitative touchscreen.

“The output quality delivered by the ineo+ 654/754 is closer to a top-end production device than a conventional office device – for example, razor-sharp black-and-white text, even for small characters, in the high-quality 1,200 x 1,200 dpi mode,” emphasises Pillay.

Furthermore, the ineo+ 654/754 offers a click price that compares very well with that of monochrome machines. The ineo+ 654 prints 60 A4 ppm in colour and 65 in black and white, the ineo+ 754 60 and 75 ppm respectively.

Other useful features include SRA3 support (for oversized documents), a 180-ipm dual-scan function and an optional tri-fold function for invoices, customer correspondence and the like. Elective finishing functions include hole punching, stapling, automatic booklet making and various types of folding. .

DEVELOP is committed to minimising the environmental impact of its machines, therefore this office system includes LED scanner lighting, a 3W sleep and 0.5 power save mode, a wake-up-for-scan-only function and induction heating fuser technology, as well as a dynamic eco-timer to analyse machine usage, all helping to reduce the device’s power consumption.

A copy and print preview function also allows users to check their output and finishing settings before the machine produces a single page. Other paper-saving features include automatic duplex and n-up printing, which allows all the pages of a multi-page document to be previewed on a single page.

“With its clear focus on ease of use and customised settings, the ineo+ 654/754 is an innovative addition to the high-end office segment, and both novice and professionally competent users are bound to have a positive experience with the device,” concludes Pillay.