Review of Samsung MultiXpress K7600GX’s Multifunction Printer

Review of Samsung MultiXpress K7600GX’s Multifunction Printer

Samsung has released a new series of monochrome and color MFPs called MultiXpress. The Samsung MultiXpress K7600 series prints and copies black pages at speed from 40ppm to 60ppm. It also features scanning and faxing functions as standard. The K7600 Series features a 10.1″ touchscreen control panel. The Control Panel is powered by Android, features convenient applications and widgets, such as Help, Copy, Address Book, and current Job Status, among many others. Users will be able to print Web content straight from the mobile device, as well as from custom printing apps.

The Samsung K7600 series has total 4 devices:

  • The Samsung K7600LX prints at 60ppm and scans at 80ppm. It has a first-copy-out time of 3.1 seconds and a monthly duty cycle of 300,000 pages.
  • The Samsung K7600GX also prints at 60ppm but scans at 120ppm, faster than K7600LX.
  • The Samsung K7500GX prints and copies at 50ppm and prints first page in of 3.7 seconds. The monthly duty cycle is 250,000 pages.
  • The Samsung K7400GX prints at 40ppm and scans at 120ppm. It prints first page in 4.6 seconds. The monthly duty cycle is 200,000 pages.

These printers feature a 1.5GHz processor, 6GB of memory and a standard 320GB hard drive. PostScript and PCL are also supported. The device is Windows, Mac, and Linux compatible. USB, Ethernet are standard connectivity features; Wi-Fi and NFC are optional.

Automatic duplex printing is standard. Output tray is capable to hold 500 sheets. There are a few finishing options: a high-volume finisher, a booklet finisher, an inner finisher, and a hole-punch kit.

Mobile printing feature can be used via the Samsung Mobile Print app, Apple Air-print and Google Cloud Print. Users can easily print, scan, and fax directly to and from any Samsung device via Samsung mobile app. PrinterOn is another app used for mobile printing. The Samsung K7600 Series is a good buy for SMBs that have multi-function and high-volume printing needs.


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