Improve workflows with smarter and more convenient functionalities

Toshiba's e-STUDIO6525AC series easily integrate into any environment. Equipped with new features to increase productivity in line with the needs of hybrid workplaces; these devices are equipped with functionalities that enable non-contact, non-face-to-face, and remote work. Toshiba’s e-STUDIO6525AC series delivers image quality that stands out, producing sharp, vibrant images in all hues that make your documents more beautiful and engaging.

  • Colour A3 print, scan, copy and fax systems with outstanding document output at a speed of up to 65 pages per minute
  • Advanced Toshiba e-BRIDGE Next controller technology ensures smooth integration and operation
  • Large and fully customisable user interface for enhanced efficiency
  • High-quality output and colour consistency across small and large print jobs

 

Key Specifications

Print & Copy Speed

e-STUDIO2525AC: 25 ppm, e-STUDIO3025AC: 30 ppm, e-STUDIO3525AC: 35 ppm, e-STUDIO4525AC: 45 ppm, e-STUDIO5525AC: 50 ppm, e-STUDIO6525AC: 65 ppm

Functions

Print, Scan, Copy, Fax1) 

Maximum Paper Capacity

5,200 sheets

Document Feeder

Reversing Automatic Document Feeder (RADF)1) or Dual Scan Document Feeder DSDF1)

Paper Size & Weight

Cassettes: A5R - 320x460 mm, 60-300 gsm, Bypass: 100 x 148 mm-320 x 460 mm, 52-300 gsm

Storage & Memory

Security SSD 128 GB4); 4 GB RAM2), Security SSD 128 GB4); 6 GB RAM3)

Control Panel

26 cm (10.1”) multi-touch colour panel

Finishing Options

Multi-position staple, Booklet, Center fold, Hole punch

Features

Mobile printing, Wireless printing1), Embedded Apps1);

Dimensions & Weight

585 x 641 x 787 mm (W x D x H), ~ 78 kg


1)
Optional
2) For e-STUDIO2525AC/3025AC/3525AC/4525AC
3) For e-STUDIO5525AC/6525AC
4) 1 GB = 1 billion bytes; the actual formatted capacity is less. Available capacity will also be less if software applications are pre-installed.

0.0053 s - Query Time
10 - Query Count
0.1932 s - Parse Time
0.1985 s - Total Time
cache - Source
12 288 kb - Memory Usage