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Konica Minolta Magicolour 4650DN

Konica Minolta Magicolour 4650DN

Rated 4/5 Stars in Australian PC World. Described by Australian PC World as:

If you need to print large volumes of colour documents each month, this printer is ideal. It’s perhaps the best colour laser printer in its class and at $1899; the initial outlay for this unit isn’t extravagant.

Choose to have the perfect office associate sitting right next to you at your desk. The Magicolour 4650DN printer tackles any and all office jobs with gusto, speed and flexibility to deliver awesome PhotoART 9600 colour quality to single desktop users, small workgroups or small departments. And with a remarkably small footprint and low acoustic noise, it turns out to be your perfect silent partner. With a built-in duplexer the Magicolour 4650DN lets you tell both sides of the story without the slightest drop in productivity or uptime.

RRP: $1599 Inc GST

Distributor: MEC Distributors Ltd. Contact: Ian Anderson.

ph 0800 500 080 or visit www.mec.co.nz for more details.


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