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    Re: New Bizhub "i" series

    Quote Originally Posted by mascan42 View Post
    Surprised to see so many like the new interface. So far, we've found so many bugs that the consensus in my group is they rolled them out before they were ready. And definitely before anybody got any training.
    I think you are right. Seems to be a trend. The higher ups are probably pushing to get these machines pushed out to pull in that sweet sweet profit. I can only speak well of KM so I am in hopes that they don't disappoint with these series. All the best.

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    Re: New Bizhub "i" series

    Quote Originally Posted by tsbservice View Post
    He means European portal, known in USA as mykonicaminolta.com, in Australia may be knova, etc.
    At first sight they look decent machines, both Eagle(A3) and Sparrow(A4) models. Fingers crossed, only time will tell if they are successful or not so.
    Of course. No wonder I haven't heard of InfoHub. I am in Switzerland and here the KonMin branding is called Develop. I have access through the Develop website. Thanks for reminding me of the obvious. I agree with you. They look like decent machines.

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    Re: New Bizhub "i" series

    Any idea what type of Data Encryption, if any, is found on the SSDs in the iSeries?

    What is the brand and model # of SDD found in the new iSeries?

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    Re: New Bizhub "i" series

    Quote Originally Posted by copyrooks View Post
    We got a c250i and honestly looks like a glorified c227.

    I would have preferred you said glorified c224e lol. Not a big fan of those c227s. Are the screens like the 227? I haven't seen one in person yet.

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    Re: New Bizhub "i" series

    Quote Originally Posted by Cantechman View Post
    I would have preferred you said glorified c224e lol. Not a big fan of those c227s.
    Same here.

    Quote Originally Posted by Cantechman View Post
    Are the screens like the 227? I haven't seen one in person yet.
    Not at all. They are more like an iPad or similar tablet screen.
    Started in the copier service business in the fall of 1988 and have worked at the same company since then, now the senior tech, since 2000.

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    Re: New Bizhub "i" series

    They are like tablets, you can zoom in with your fingers and there is also vibration feedback

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    Re: New Bizhub "i" series

    I think marketplace button vanishes if you turn off web browser

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    Re: New Bizhub "i" series

    Quote Originally Posted by rrrohan View Post
    I think marketplace button vanishes if you turn off web browser
    Is there a simple/straighforward way of disabling the web browser function? (Not that I have found it directly yet however lol!)

    Regards!

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    Re: New Bizhub "i" series

    Quote Originally Posted by copytechman View Post
    Is there a simple/straighforward way of disabling the web browser function? (Not that I have found it directly yet however lol!)

    Regards!

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    Yeah it's under network settings somewhere.

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    Re: New Bizhub "i" series

    Quote Originally Posted by copyrooks View Post
    We got a c250i and honestly looks like a glorified c227.
    Yes... and the print quality is the same to. Really bad. I always tell the customers we sell the mercedes benz or audi and not a indian tata (cars) so the costs are higher

    But this is the level of a oki or sharp.

    First print from a new unboxed +250i, 2/3/4 print are from the second +250i.
    On yellow it is not visible , magenta is middle but cyan is lighter and darker areas and black is totaly poor. The laser-glasses are cleaned.
    After initialize and Image Stabilisation 3x grad adjust for 600dpi and 1200dpi and copy it is a bit better. But all contract customers with a +220/+224e would call me for a rep if they see this lines.

    Also i can see white spots on prints... but i don' want change the primary transfer value out of the box for a shorter drum life.

    pattern1.jpgpattern2.jpgpattern1.jpgpattern4.jpg

    My question on other sellers:
    1. Are the costs for toner and drums higher to in your countrys? (for a bad quality )
    2. Do you have the same expirience whit this low level maschines?

    Thank you for your feedback.

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