The Kyocera TASKalfa 2551ci is a versatile colour multifunction printer designed for the most demanding workgroups. It boasts fast print speeds of up to 25ppm on A4-sized sheets and ample storage and memory to deliver tasks quickly and efficiently. Its built-in features help streamline workload, but optional upgrades for the TASKalfa 2551ci colour laser printer are quite expensive.
This is a 594mm wide, 745mm tall, and 737mm deep machine that weighs 87.5Kg. The understated and industrial appearance of the universal frame makes it inconspicuous when placed in any office environment. Its most distinctive feature is the wide, user-friendly control panel. The Kyocera TASKalfa 2551ci uses the signature laser colour HyPAS solution platform technology, runs on 3584MB of RAM and is powered by a Freescale 800MHz dual core processor. The main interfaces are high-speed USB 2.0, fast Ethernet, and a USB 2.0 host port, but there is room for an optional card reader and fax system. Two 500-sheet universal paper cassettes are part of the base unit along with a 100-sheet multi-purpose tray, while the output capacity is 280 sheets.
Colour scanning, two-sided printing and network printing are standard features in the TASKalfa 2551ci A3 colour printer. It's easy to operate, warms up in 30 seconds or less, and it remains quiet while printing. The maximum input capacity is 4,100 sheets. The versatile copier has different features to simplify photocopying of IDs, booklets and posters. Users can scan directly to email or to a USB host. The Kyocera TASKalfa 2551ci colour laser MFP is easy to operate on-board because of the large colour display screen and the organised control panel. This economical printer has high yield Kyocera 2551ci toner cartridges which last for approximately 18,000 black pages or 12,000 pages per colour.
The Kyocera TASKalfa 2551ci A3 colour multifunctional is heavy and bulky, requiring more installation space. Users who want more from the Kyocera 2551ci colour printer will need to buy upgrades. The optional finisher, fax function, and a single-path duplex document processor are expensive.