Konica Minolta Photocopiers Review

By Dan Barraclough | Updated: 10 March 2020

Konica Minolta is a technology company that offers a wide range of office and home equipment, and which specialises in multifunction photocopiers that can print, copy, scan, and fax.

They are considered an industry leader in the UK as well as all 35 countries in which they operate, servicing high profile international clients and partnerships like the Liverpool Football Club, MotoGP, and the Asian Football Confederation. Konica Minolta photocopiers have become increasingly popular in the UK, mainly due to their compact designs, efficiency and convenient technology.

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Bizhub Open Platform

All Konica Minolta photocopiers use the Bizhub open platform, which means that loyal clients are able to swap and change their copiers to meet changing requirements without the need to learn how to use a whole new system.

The advantage of the Bizhub open platform is that once a user understands the basics, they are able to quickly and easily use any copier in the Konica Minolta range, whether it be a standard black and white copier or a complete copying system. The graphical user interface is both visually appealing and easy to use, with large LCD screens and clearly labeled buttons that allow for one touch copying.

i-Option Copiers

Some Konica Minolta photocopier models have an i-Option add on, which turns a standard copier into a smart copier with complete internet access. The large LED display can be used as a web browser, enabling users to upload digital copies straight to a database, company intranet or web page, or to print and copy a website with the touch of a button. This can be a huge time-saving benefit for research companies, design agencies and software businesses alike.

Black and White Photocopiers

The greatest selection in the Konica Minolta range comes in black and white photocopiers, with dozens of current models to choose from. These range from the A4 capable Bizhub 20 and to the A3 enabled Bizhub 754. This range of monochrome photocopiers have a standard range of features, plus the possibility to add the i-Option, making them internet accessible.

Although each model has its specific uses and beneficial features, you will have to click through and investigate further to ensure you are making the right choice for your business.

You can find out more about the Konica Minolta monochrome bizhub range here.

Colour Photocopiers

Konica Minolta offers several colour Bizhub models as well, ranging from basic models suited for small and medium businesses to more high-tech options for enterprise businesses.

Even the entry level photocopier in this range, the Bizhub C25, is remarkably advanced, producing both colour and black and white copies, printing on both sides of the paper, accommodating paper sizes between A6 and A4, and reproducing up to 24 pages per minute, regardless of whether the machine is set to its colour or monochrome setting.

The smallest of the A3 colour models, the Bizhub C224e, not only takes paper between A6 and A3 sizes, but users are also able to enter in custom measurements, which makes it ideal for graphic design companies and marketing agencies who need to reproduce banners, booklets, or any other non-standard or customised material.

At the other end of the scale is the Bizhub C754. This model is considered to be the older sibling of the monochrome Bizhub 754, with all its benefits and features, but with colour printing added on.

To find out more about the Konica Minolta colour bizhub range, just click here.

Complete Copying and Printing Systems

The standout feature of Konica Minolta's complete copying and printing systems is that they use optimised print services to allow users to control almost every aspect of the copying and printing process. The models in this range all offer high productivity, and along with the standard hardware, they also come complete with integrated software and management assistance which can help businesses reduce the costs associated with copying and printing.

A further advantage of the complete systems is that they have low energy modes, meaning companies may be able to save money on their annual energy bills, especially those with high volume copying needs.

Next Steps

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Dan Barraclough

Dan’s a writer for Expert Market, specialising in a range of cool topics. He loves web design and all things UX, but also the hardware stuff like postage metres and photocopiers.

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