Toshiba America Business Solutions’ latest trio of color e-STUDIO multifunction printers (MFPs) has earned Better Buys 2017 Innovative Product of the Year Award. Toshiba’s e-STUDIO7506AC series’ premier hardware, software and exceptional value impressed the leading independent authority on office equipment during side-by-side comparisons with other manufacturers’ high-volume MFPs.
“Toshiba continuously upgrades its devices with newer and better features and the e-STUDIO7506AC is no exception,” said Better Buys Editor Melissa Pardo-Bunte. “With their products’ variety of paper-handling features, strong security and other features, Toshiba’s powerful devices improve workflow within virtually any environment.”“We are thrilled Better Buys has recognized our latest color multifunction printers with the Innovative Product of the Year Award,” said Bill Melo, Toshiba America Business Solutions chief marketing executive. “When designing the e-STUDIO7506AC series, we addressed the vast array of output and document management needs our client’s desire. The result is the most innovative, customizable and feature-rich color MFPs Toshiba has ever produced.”
Better Buys staff was particularly impressed by the MFPs’ powerful multi-core Intel Atom processor, customizable 9-inch tablet-style user interface (UI), Embedded Application Platform (EAP) and Dual-Scan Document Feeder (DSDF). The e-STUDIO7506AC series’ (featuring the e-STUDIO7506AC, e-STUDIO6506AC and e-STUDIO5506AC models) is designed to connect, integrate and simplify the workplace while enabling users to more efficiently manage document intensive business processes. The inclusion of Intel’s Atom processor simplifies complex projects. Moreover, the EAP enables the MFPs to integrate embedded or third-party applications allowing mobile users the flexibility to save and retrieve any content via the cloud. Toshiba’s e-STUDIO7506AC series recently won Better Buys Q3 2016 Editor’s Choice Award. Toshiba has earned the organization’s Innovative Product of the Year Awards four out of the last five years.