Fuji Xerox has just announced the DocuCentre SC2020, an A3 color multifunction device that's suitable for small-office-home-offices (SOHO) and small-and medium-sized businesses (SMB), especially current users of monochrome products.
The DocuCentre SC2020 is capable of high-resolution prints at 1,200 x 2,400 dots per inch (dpi). This is done with the help of a new light emitting diode (LED) print head that's equipped with the newly-developed self-scanning light emitting device—the Current Confinement Self-Scanning Light Emitting Device—which incorporates Fuji Xerox’s proprietary laser scanning technology, Vertical-Cavity Surface-Emitting Laser (VCSEL). This not only contributes to high-resolution prints, but also helps to save energy as the volume of light emitted by the the Current Confinement Self-Scanning Light Emitting Device is efficiently increased by controlling and confining the light current’s pathways, which enables the LED print head to effectively emit light equivalent to the higher models.
The DocuCentre SC2020 has improved screen-to-print accuracy with digitally-processed 2,400 dpi high-resolution data enabled by the Image Registration Control Technology (IReCT). Other features that might be attractive to SOHO/ SMB users include the ability to have both sides of an ID card or a two-page document can be printed out side by side on a single side of paper to save paper and for easy reference.
The DocuCentre SC2020 also supports mobile printing and scanning; users can print web pages and photographs directly from iOS or Android mobile devices without having to print through a personal computer. The user can also export documents scanned by DocuCentre SC2020 to smart mobile devices via wireless local area network. The scanned documents can also be easily uploaded from PCs to the Working Folder and accessed anytime, anywhere or shared amongst co-workers; or viewed and edited on the DocuWorks as paper documents.