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Fuji Xerox launches world’s first printers with facial recognition technology

Zafar Anjum | Nov. 2, 2013
The Japanese printing and copier company launches 20 models of full-colour digital multifunction device, ApeosPort-V C and DocuCentre-V C series with innovative technologies

There is a ScanAuto feature that enables scanning by simply pressing the start button without having to configure complicated settings.

To reduce total cost of ownership, the new models are incorporated with the Server-Less On-Demand Print function, said Ohno. "Users can print their documents from another multifunction device when the device which print instruction was initially sent to is in use. This reduces time to wait for document output and prevents unnecessary output, thereby contributing to the reduction of clients' total cost of ownership," he said.

These machines can be powered off from remote locations and other offices.

According to Ohno, the new technologies and features of these printers also help save energy. "The new models have adopted the proprietary Smart Energy Management technology," he said. "The technology contributes to reducing power consumption and CO2 emission by distributing power only to the device sections (the auto duplex scanning unit, control panel, output unit or controller) needed depending on the type of jobs to perform, when a device recovers from the energy saving mode."

"As for TEC value, which meets the International ENERGY STAR program, one of the new models has achieved 0.99 kilowatt-hour, more than 10 percent improvement as compared to its previous model," said Ohno.

 

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