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    Print from USB

    Does anybody know of an MFP that has this capability.
    Ricoh will Scan to USB on the newer color and a couple of BWs but nothing about Print to USB.


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    Toshiba's scan to and print from USB in PDF, TIFF, JPEG and XPS formats, not sure about other brands.

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    The Sharp MX Serie Scan to USB and Print from USB.


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    Print FROM USB or TO?

    Any MFP you can USB to a PC. Can't think of any Savin/Ricoh except for a tiny fax aio they sell that can print from say a Thumb Drive.


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    why would you print to USB? He must mean scan right?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jomama46 View Post
    Does anybody know of an MFP that has this capability.
    Ricoh will Scan to USB on the newer color and a couple of BWs but nothing about Print to USB.
    The only Ricoh machines that can print from USB are the newer ones with Fierys attached - you use the USB port on the Fiery.

    So, just when is this "old enough to know better" thing supposed to kick in?

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    We're a Copystar & Samsung dealer, and to my knowledge all Copystar, Samsung & HP with an USB port can print to it. =^..^=

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    Right, I am saying Print from USB.Ricoh has the little "Sammie
    AC207. put in a USB stick and print a file stored on there.
    Richo a little behind in the times here, it looks like. The 207 is only 22cpm and that is the only one AFAIK.


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    Ah! Now I get it.

    The same goes. Any Copystar or Samsung with the USB2 port on the front of the machine can print files from a USB stick. =^..^=

    If you'd like a serious answer to your request:
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    The MPC2550 can do it, you can get an optional USB stick and SD card interface to connect devices to, it uses PictBridge to print them.

    Computers are serious tools, Michael!

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