September 24, 2009 | Posted At: 06:16 AM | Author: Brian Nadel | Category: Hardware
Need a full-power multi-function printer (MFP) for the classroom but don’t have enough space for it? Sharp’s FO-2080
is one of the smallest MFP on the market yet it doesn’t cut corners on performance or features with the ability to pump out 20-pages per minute of crisp printed material from its inkjet engine. The FO-2080 can fax, make faithful full-color digital scans and copies from its letter-size scan bed. Because it can print on both sides of paper, the system can save a school hundreds of dollars in paper costs over the school year. It’s also the rare product in its class to have two paper trays so that one can hold regular paper while the other tray has card stock, colored paper or transparencies for art projects. The printer sells for about $800.