Sharp reveals new high-volume monochrome MFPs

Sharp has announced the launch of the new BP-70M75 and BP-70M90 High Volume Monochrome Series of MFPs, extending Sharp’s eco-system of future workplace tools. The two models offer a print solution for hybrid working environments with features suitable for larger workgroups of 20 to 50 users.

Each MFP provides users with connectivity and security without compromising their commitment to sustainability. The models have been designed to meet the needs of diverse workstyles, enabling workers to collaborate and share information securely throughout their office environment, even while working remotely.

The BP-70M75 and BP-70M90 models deliver the features businesses need today from media handling to workflow and collaboration. Enhanced cloud services such as Microsoft Teams and Google Drive make it easy to streamline communication, and native Microsoft Universal Print capability allows these models to integrate with Microsoft 365 environments that enable simplified print management.

Time-saving features such as multi-sheet feed detection and enhanced auto skew correction help users speed through their jobs. The 300-sheet duplexing, single-pass feature scans documents at up to 280 images per minute for enhanced productivity and efficiency.

Ben Lake, Senior Product Manager, Sharp said, “as hybrid working environments have become the norm for most businesses, the need for more seamless connectivity and of course, with it, industry-leading security has become even more important when it comes to MFPs. Alongside this drive for efficiency, organisations cannot afford to compromise from an environmental impact perspective. Therefore, we focused on delivering on all of these points with these new monochrome models as we are the entire Sharp ecosystem. We are helping our customers build more flexible and more secure workplaces fit for the future.”

The new models are available to buy now from Sharp and its partners.

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