Samsung Printers Pick Seven International Awards

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Samsung Electronics’ printers and Multi-function Printers (MFPs) have won seven awards at the Buyers Laboratory (BLI) 2014 Summer Pick Awards.

The South Korean Company’s Xpress C1810/1860 series, M2835/2885 series, and MultiXpress CLX-8640/8650 series were all recognized for their superior performance in the printing category.

In the hardware sector, five Samsung printers and MFPs were recognized.

This includes the Xpress C1810/1860 series released earlier this year, which received the award for the Outstanding Personal Color Printer and MFP.

The Xpress M2835/2885 series also received awards for the Outstanding Personal Monochrome Printer and MFP respectively demonstrating the simplicity of Samsung’s mobile printing technology.

Samsung’s enterprise-ready A4 color laser MFP and MultiXpress CLX-8650 were adjudged as an Outstanding A4 color MFP for Large Workgroups, due to its reliability, eco-friendly features and high performance.

Commenting on the awards in a press statement released on Thursday in Accra, the Senior Vice President of Strategic Marketing and Sales, Printing Solutions at Samsung Electronics, David SW Song said, ‘Samsung’s Printing solutions are designed to drive productivity and efficiency so we are delighted that BLI has recognized our commitment to creating innovative products that meet changing business needs.’

Tony Maceri, BLI Senior Test Technician, in a remark, acknowledged Samsung’s efforts in delivering a complete pack of leading-edge technologies at affordable prices.

He stated that ‘the full-color touch-screen still rare at this level, makes programming scan or copy jobs simple, while Samsung’s Mobile Print App and the integrated NFC technology let people print or scan with a simple tap of their NFC-enabled smartphone on the MFP.’

The BLI Summer Pick Awards is held twice a year to recognize hardware and software products that provide the most outstanding performances in BLI’s unique evaluations.

BY Melvin Tarlue

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