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    Re: I Love Kyocera

    Quote Originally Posted by Tonerkiller View Post
    I did a google search and looked at the sp 4520 and the mp 501. They are not Kyocera machines.

    No they are not, maybe HP or Samsung????

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    Quote Originally Posted by doinbox View Post
    Kyocera have come along way in terms of design. Colour range is so much easier to work on now but don’t praise them for it. They’ve been behind the times for so long all they have done is pretty much caught up with the competition.

    They just won the #1 most dependable color unit on the market by BLI. They are doing something right

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    Re: I Love Kyocera

    The SP4520 has an op panel that is very similar to the Kyoceras, but the engine is totally different. I can see how you would think that it's a Kyocera, but I don't think so.

    The MP501 clearly is a rebadged Kyocera. There is no doubt. =^..^=
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    Re: I Love Kyocera

    Quote Originally Posted by doinbox View Post
    Kyocera have come along way in terms of design. Colour range is so much easier to work on now but don’t praise them for it. They’ve been behind the times for so long all they have done is pretty much caught up with the competition.
    What other brand has 1 or 2 screws to take off back cover?

    They may be behind but my point was they're always moving in the right direction. IMHO.

    Sharp makes advances but then steps backwards with their feed rollers, for example.

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    Kyocera improved a lot in the area of design and technology. But lacking in terms of reliability.
    The latest machines are very good in terms of quality . But lacking in low quality Body design . Earlier Kyocera Mita was well known for its strong Body design. particularly lower end machines.(KM2050-2530-4050) The day to day usage of doors and document processors are unavoidable . but these new series are not at all reliable to users. The broken DP base and side doors are best examples.

    As a tech i am love kyocera for its spillage free imaging area and Long life Drum units.

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