Toshiba’s brand new hybrid technology combines conventional printing with erasable printing, which allows you to reuse paper over and over again. One single device, which easily connects, integrates and simplifies your workflows - and also helps to save valuable resources.
A great solution for companies who want to be ecological and still be economical and efficient, our unique hybrid printing technology offers everything you would expect and more - an innovative multifunction print device (MFP) which allows you to reuse your standard office paper. Toshiba’s Hybrid MFP prints in regular black as well as in erasable blue. Our erasable blue toner allows you to reuse the paper you have printed on, so that you can use less paper, without having to print less. Reducing paper usage will save natural resources, reducing your company’s footprint and also help you save money.
Save resources: paper savings of up to 80%
Assuming that you are printing 5,000 pages per month, you will have used no less than 300.000 sheets of paper in five years. A very considerable pile of about 30 meters in height and approximately 1.5 tonnes in weight. But when reusing your paper five times you can save 80% of your todays consumption. In other words: The same amount of paper which you would usually use in only one year, will now last for five years.
Connect - Access your documents whenever you want and wherever you want; through multi-device, cloud and mobile printing.
Integrate - The Hybrid MFP easily integrates into your existing IT infrastructure, plus; customised workflows can be created to simplify document management tasks.
Simplify - The large tablet-like screen is easy to use and customisable to your needs. It enables direct access to all functions and increases user efficiency.
Reuse - Paper can be reused thanks to the erasable blue toner. The erasing can be done via the Hybrid MFP or the optional paper reusing device, the e-STUDIO RD301.
At Toshiba, we are dedicated to serving our customers and committed to the future of our planet on our promise of Together Information.
Monochrome printing has never been this green.