Little Wins Add Up to Big Wins
Compact, streamlined, and packed with document functionality, the MX-C304W fits seamlessly into any business setting. Designed to keep your valuable business information secure, while enabling flexible workflows – providing exceptional ease-of-use, simple connectivity and effortless mobility to optimise workforce efficiency.
The MX-C304W delivers a fast output of 30 ppm in B/W and in full colour. The first copy comes out in just 5.5 seconds in B/W and 6.7 seconds in full colour. This saves you valuable time when performing multiple short-run jobs.
Scanned documents can be distributed in a number of ways. A compact PDF function ensures that PDF files are sent and received smoothly. When you’re scanning large-volume documents, the MFD saves the data on its hard disk and generates a URL for accessing that data. You can then e-mail recipients this URL rather than the full document, thereby reducing the load on the mail server.
The MX-C304W doesn’t just connect to your local server. It also connects with cloud services directly from its control panel. You can upload scanned data to Google Drive™, OneDrive® for Business, SharePoint® Online, Box, or Dropbox—or print directly from any of them. Cloud services help to make setting up and managing a server in your company more efficient. Once you log in to the MFD, its single sign-on feature allows you to quickly access multiple software services without having to sign in to each one separately.
Operating the MFD is easy and intuitive with the 7.0-inch colour LCD touchscreen. Just tap your dedicated user icon to access a personally customised operation screen. In Easy UI mode, the touchscreen displays simple icons for frequently used functions. And with the Advanced Preview function, you can check document finishes, edit pages in advance, and more.
Retained data can be erased when it’s time to replace the MFD, preventing the leakage of confidential information. Firmware self-recovery prevents data leaks and firmware damage by automatically restoring files when abnormal activity is detected.