Ricoh Fax Machines – Home Office, Small Office, Workgroup Fax
Last Update: August 9th, 2021
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In recent years, Ricoh has been built primarily by growth through mergers, having acquired Savin, Gestetner, Lanier, Rex-Rotary, Monroe, Nashuatec, IKON Office Solutions, IBM’s printing systems division, InfoPrint, the Pentax image systems business, and the European operations of Danka.
Ricoh’s revenue in 2010 was $21.5 Billion, with a profit of just under $300 million.
Ricoh Fax 1190L
Standing upright to reduce the amount of space it takes up on a desk, the Ricoh 1190L has built a reputation as a good performer while keeping a small footprint.
The ability to copy, print, and fax from the same unit as well as the ability to use dual ring adds to the capabilities of the 1190L
Ricoh Fax 4430L, 4430 NF, & 3320L
The Ricoh 4430L, 4430NF, and 3320L are all fax machine options aimed at the mid volume corporate market. With enough paper capacity to last the whole week, these machines are a good option for departmental level fax machines.
The main difference between the series is that the 4430NF offers color scanning to email directly out of the box, while the 4430L only has it as an option, and 3320L does not have it.
As well the 4430 series has 16mb of memory vs. 8mb in the 3320, and well as 90 quick dials instead of 30, and a paper feeder capacity of 70 instead of 50.
- Ricoh USA 4430L Fax Machine Official Page
- Ricoh USA 4430NF Fax Machine Official Page
- Ricoh USA 3320L Fax Machine Official Page
Ricoh Fax 5510L & 5510NF
Ricoh’s entry into the high volume/workgroup fax machine level, the 5510L and 5510NF are both solid options for a busy workgroup or high volume environment.
Built to have a duty cycle of 5000 printed pages a month (2 1/2 reams of paper each working day) the 5510 series is a solid performer in the high volume fax environment.
The difference between the two models is that the NF series can accommodate scanning directly out of the box, while the L series requires an additional option.