Thursday, 20 October 2011 10:36

Lexmark's solutions-ready scanner transforms workhorse printers into flexible, robust MFP

By Gemma Maughan

Modular scanner for Lexmark T650 Series brings new level of scanning capabilities to move more documents in digital form

Lexmark Australia and New Zealand today introduced the powerful Lexmark 6500e MFP Option, a modular scanner that delivers advanced scanning and workflow capabilities for enterprise customers in paper-intensive output environments.

The new scanner add-on links seamlessly to the company's versatile T650, T652 and T654 monochrome laser printers, adding an innovative solutions framework and full multifunction capability to this award-winning family of printing devices.

The modularity of the Lexmark 6500e MFP Option makes it an adaptable solution that allows for flexibility and accessibility in the work environment. Equipped to handle complex media, it addresses the most advanced scanning requirements of busy workgroups and departments. Customers that deploy the Lexmark 6500e MFP Option will find:

·       An innovative design that allows the scanner to be placed in height sensitive or space constrained areas - even in a location away from their Lexmark printer.

·       A sophisticated 10.2-inch touch screen that serves as the gateway to innovative solutions and scanning applications. In addition, tactile feedback from the touch screen enhances the user experience and makes completing tasks more intuitive.

·       Advanced scanning capabilities for a broad range of media - including rigid credit cards, carbonless paper and 11-inch x 17-inch media - and full support for the Lexmark T650 Series' wide array of finishing options.

For more information about Lexmark's 6500e MFP Option, including a copy of the product brochure please visit:

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