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Sharp MX-3610N, MX-3110N and MX-2610N Business Multi-Function Printers Unveiled

Posted on Tuesday, March 15, 2011 @ 03:05:33 PM CDT by David Yee [] [read 6750 times]

 
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Sharp today took the wraps off of the Sharp MX-3610N, MX-3110N and MX-2610N Business Multi-Function Printers (MFP). The model numbers denote their speed in PPM- 36, 31 and 26, respectively. What's interesting about these new MFPs is a huge 10 inch touch screen LCD that supports gestures which presumably is faster and easier to do than to pick out buttons to press.

Another cool feature of the MX-3610N, MX-3110N and MX-2610N is what Sharp is calling "virtual proofing". This lets you see the document to be printed/copied on the LCD first before the actual printing. Heck there is even 86 gigs of space for you to store your scanned documents.

The three new devices also are Energy Star compliant and prints at up to 1200x1200 dpi. Pricing info was not revealed by Sharp.


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Sharp MX 3610N, MX 3110N And MX 2610N Business Multi Function Printers Rating: 2.8/5 (49 votes cast) 2 comment(s) by users total.

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Posted by Dan Murphy (6 years ago)

Sharp engineers never tried to use this thing!

The copier/printer/scanner itself is pretty nice. The sharpdesk interface for scanning is nice. Print quality is good. Cost of ownership is reasonable.

If you need users to be able to send a file to the printer and enter a password to retrieve it(think payroll and other confidential documents) you will want to pass on this one. When you arrive at the queue and select your file you are prompted to enter a password - all other things can be accomplished on the touch screen but this time you have to slide out the clunky keyboard, touch the password field on the screen, and then peck out your password, then return again to the touch screen and continue. It SUCKS!

There are other quirky things in the interface that could have been done much better but this one is so annoying that everyone just uses other printers and walks farther for the convenience of not using this crappy pos.

Pros:
  • responsive touch screen interface works for MOST things.
  • Cons:
  • crappy floppy slide out keyboard you MUST use to enter a password to retrieve your print.
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    Posted by Monica (5 years ago)

    not sure

    I work for a small Publishing company and we are down to two options for printers one being this Sharp you have shown above and the Canon Image Runner advance C2030. Both seem to have the bells and whistles we are looking for but I am leaning more towards this unit.

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