I believe the name Kyocera first entered my attention through a radio commercial a few years ago. I liked the name right away, but I wasn't sure what the ad was about. I kept seeing the name throughout the next year or two. The sound of Kyocera was delightfully assonant and sensuous. It appeared on the radio, during sporting events, and in magazines; it seemed like the brand had been slowly and steadily pouring into my skull. I was intrigued, so I set out to learn more about this printer brand.
Looking over Kyocera's product lines, it's clear that they know to print inside and out; what's more surprising is that I hadn't heard of them until recently; they specialize in low-cost printing. Printer operating expenses vary significantly from printer to printer and print job to print job. Thus all businesses that employ lesedi-ict printers should be aware of this. On their website, they state that the cost of running a laser printer during its lifetime will be several times that of the printer's initial purchase price. They say that this makes printer selection even more crucial and that analyzing your print usage is an exceptionally cost-effective phase in the printer choosing process. The Total Cost Of Ownership is the term for this.
I'm just getting started learning about Kyocera Mita, and I'm finding out that it's been there for a long time, so it must have been me who missed it. They have a long history of making ecologically friendly printers with very low carbon emissions, and they developed the ECOSYS idea ten years ago:
ECOSYS stands for ECOlogy, ECOnomy, and SYStem, and it represents Kyocera Mita's commitment to creating an ecologically friendly, cost-effective, and technologically advanced solution. All Kyocera Mita printers contain a long-life drum and developer, so all you have to replace when the toner runs out is a clean and simple-to-install cassette. Kyocera Mita printers have a total cost of ownership (TCO) up to three times lower than competitors.
They've also signed up for the WEE directive, demonstrating their commitment to ecologically beneficial working practices when disposing of electrical waste equipment.
Kyocera Printers copiers Bloemfontein appear to have cornered the market in terms of green printing and sustainability. Not only because of their sensual product name but also because of their fantastic range of printers that cover cost-effective color printing across a network for varying print volumes, sizes, formats, and resolutions. I like the name, and I like the stuff.