Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Ricoh Aficio™ SP 100 e Series (Info & rewards)

Ricoh is one of the world's leading suppliers of office automation equipment, including copiers, facsimile machines, data processing systems, and related supplies. Ricoh is also renowned for its state-of-the-art electronic devices and photographic equipment.
This is a post that I am super excited to write about. :D If you follow me on twitter @F_Expressions you might remember me mentioning about my part time job for RICOH before. Honestly I never knew RICOH existed until I worked for them and then I realized that ALL the printers in my university and dad's office are RICOH printers. 
After getting to play around with their printers for about 4 days, I have to admit that they beat inkjet printers flat.

* RICOH booth:) *

I'm sure everyone has heard about RICOH by now since it's going crazy with their contests on Facebook ( )
campaign site (

If you haven't heard,
RICOH MALAYSIA has just launched is 1st Black & White Compact Laser Printers, i.e. Aficio™ SP 100 e Series Printers.
There are three (3) models under this series,

SP 100 e

SP 100SU e

SP 100SF e

RICOH printers are really good because of the fact that they are laser printers. lol I learnt from my training that normal ink jet printers will tend to make smudges which really sucks when u are rushing to print out an assignment or an important document but laser printers will never ever smudge because the ink is in a powder form. The resolution is also much better and the speed is super duper fast. So you are gonna get quality + efficiency. This range of printers are perfect for students or households as the prices are reasonable and they are not bulky. 

 Summarized Features :
SP 100 e – RM 299 
A4 mono laser printer ideal for personal use. 
SP 100SU e & SP 100 SF e – RM 499 & RM 669 
Multi Function Printers providing small businesses the option of keeping overheads low.
Stylish and compact design frees up valuable space on your desk.
•Customers with limited space (students and business people) can place these compact devices on a desktop, shop counter or open shelf
•Mobile business people can easily bring these lightweight devices to conferences or meeting rooms providing access to print, copy and scan functionality.
•These portable devices can be placed in a carry bag and transported by car to wherever their versatile functionality is required.
Print speeds up to 13ppm A4 with 16MB memory (SP 100 e & SP 100SU e) / 32MB memory (SP 100SF e).
Prints up to 1,200 x 600 dpi resolution.
Simple and fast USB connectivity. Full front operation and machine access for easy paper jam removal. Easy to change cartridges as well.
•All models come with the starter AIO (All-In-One) cartridge which are easy to maintain and replace.
•Robust and durable, these devices have an impressive unit life of 50,000 prints.
•Setup time is reduced as customers can plug the device into the USB slot of the host computer and be ready to print in minutes.
From a brand with superior environmental credentials.
 •Devices without the ID chip, have been designed with the industry-first toner refilling option—a feature that also reduces costs
•Energy Saver Mode uses as little as 5 W or less—ideal for customers wanting to reduce their power consumption
•Manual duplex printing and the ability to print recycled paper offers customers a way to lower their total cost of ownership (TCO) by reducing paper waste
All the specifications can be found on their campaign site (

RICOH MALAYSIA has tied up with THE DARK KNIGHT RISES™ movie to create more buzz and hype, in conjunction with its release on July 19.

 1)Exclusive Rewards Upon Purchase (ongoing until 31st August)

 2)Campus Tour / FREE Printing for Students

1) Like RICOH MALAYSIA (Official) Fan Page.
2) Leave your details.
3) Print up to 50 pages per student.

woohoo! They are coming to Monash! :D 

Note: Visit Ricoh fan page ( for the updated campus tour schedule.

For more info, do check out the campaign site ( and “Like” Ricoh's Fan Page to get updated about new products and offers (


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