Konica Minolta Photocopiers: Pricing and Reviews

By Dan Barraclough | Updated: 31 December 2020

Everything you need to know about Konica Minolta’s photocopiers can be found right here…


Konica Minolta is a Japanese technology company that specialises in a range of office products, including multifunction printers (MFPs) that can scan, fax, and copy in black and white or colour. With a Konica Minolta photocopier, you’re guaranteed a solid machine, built by one of the leading printer brands operating in the UK.

In this article, we’ll review the top printers from Konica Minolta’s bizhub and bizhub-C series, examining their pricing and best features to help you choose the right model for your needs and budget.


Konica Minolta bizhub Series

Offering an affordable, compact option for the small work group, startup or SME (small to medium-sized enterprise), the Konica Minolta bizhub series provides a monochrome digital printing, copying and colour scanning solution for the low to mid-volume user who doesn't wish to compromise on productivity and functionality.

Within the bizhub Series, we’re sure you’ll find a Konica Minolta photocopier to suit your budget and printing requirements. To make your life even easier, we’ve selected six of the best models for you to choose from below, including information on their pricing, printing speeds, and paper formats.


Konica Minolta 300i

Cost: £1,995

PPM: 30 (A4), 15 (A3)

Paper formats: A6 – SRA3

The bizhub i-Series boasts one of the best user experiences on the market, offering a customisable 10.1” multi-touch colour display that’s as simple to use as today’s smartphones.

Our favourite features include the state-of-the-art Simitri HD polymerised toner that gives your prints that professional shine, and its versatile finishing options including stapling, punching, and letter folding. In short, the Konica Minolta bizhub 300i works a dream.


Konica Minolta 367

Cost: £2,388

PPM: 36 (A4), 18 (A3)

Paper formats: A5 – A3

The cost-effective 367 is a multifunction printer that your small business should be able to rely on 365 days a year.

Integrated with a staple finisher, a 1,150-sheet capacity tray, a large multi-colour touchscreen, and a colour scanner, this machine represents an affordable and compact companion for everyday use.

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Konica Minolta 287

Cost: £1,732

PPM: 28 (A4), 14 (A3)

Paper formats: A5 – A3

As far as learning curves go, the bizhub 287’s is as flat as a pancake.

Integrated with a full multi-colour touchscreen with animated guidance features, and a paper tray that can easily be upgraded to fit 3,000+ sheets, this Konica Minolta photocopier is yet another user-friendly MFP suitable for any small business.


Konica Minolta 308e

Cost: £2,019

PPM: 30 (A4), 15 (A3)

Paper formats: A6 – SRA3

As far as learning curves go, the bizhub 287’s is as flat as a pancake.

Integrated with a full multi-colour touchscreen with animated guidance features, and a paper tray that can easily be upgraded to fit 3,000+ sheets, this Konica Minolta photocopier is yet another user-friendly MFP suitable for any small business.


Konica Minolta 3602P

Cost: £580

PPM: 36 (A4)

Paper formats: A6 – A4, and custom sizes

The 308e is one of Konica Minolta’s finest bizhub products for producing banners, offering customisable printing formats capable of stretching up to 1.2 metres in length.

This particular MFP also comes with a nine-inch colour touch panel, low energy consumption, and solid data security solutions.


Konica Minolta 3622

Cost: £1,120

PPM: 36 (A4)

Paper formats: A6 – A4

If your business needs a compact, eco-friendly printer with customisable paper sizes, then the 360P could do the trick.

What it lacks in multifunction features (it only prints), it makes up for with its low power consumption, and its flexible connectivity that enables you to print directly from your mobile or tablet.

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Konica Minolta 3622

Cost: £1,120

PPM: 36 (A4)

Paper formats: A6 – A4

As one of the quickest Konica Minolta photocopiers in the bizhub Series, the 3622 is a great option for fast-paced small businesses or startups, combining colour scanning and Super 3G faxing as standard.

It’s really simple to use too, with its 2.4-inch colour LCD display and 10-key pad. It’s a solid all-rounder.


Konica Minolta bizhub C Series

The Konica Minolta bizhub C printer range provides versatile solutions for businesses of all sizes. Unlike the bizhub series, the C range can print, scan, and copy in colour as well as black and white. In summary, the range is characterised by reliability, efficiency, and low running costs.

Below, we’ve selected the five best Konica Minolta photocopiers from the C Series for you to compare, including information on their costs, printing speeds, and paper formats.


Konica Minolta C227

Cost: £1,395

PPM: 22 (A4), 14 (A3)

Paper formats: A6 – A3

Most of what you’ll read in this Konica Minolta C227 review can be said about every model in the C Series, but this particular MFP impressed us with its effective printing output and seven-inch, customisable colour screen.

On top of that, the C227 offers seamless smartphone connectivity, giving you the flexibility to print from anywhere in your busy office.


Konica Minolta C250i

Cost: £1,750

PPM: 25

Paper formats: A6 – SRA3

Search the Konica Minolta C250i manual, and you’ll find reassuring bizhub buzzwords such as ‘competitively low power consumption’ (which can be as little as 1.5 Watts), and ‘10.1-inch touch screen with vibration feedback and 90 degree tilt angle’.

In layman’s terms, this easy-to-use MFP boasts an efficient and high-quality printing output, and won’t cost you the earth.


Konica Minolta C300i

Cost: £1,995

PPM: 30

Paper formats: A6 – SRA3

Ideal for data safety-conscious users, the Konica Minolta bizhub C300i comes with an embedded BiteFinder antivirus engine to help protect your business from malware infections, reducing the risk of data loss and keeping your most prized documents secure.

Combining bizhub brains and brawn, the C300i comes with low power consumption, the ability to print banners of up to 1.2 metres in length, and an interactive touchscreen that you can flick, scroll, and enlarge just like a smartphone.


Konica Minolta C3350i

Cost: £1,035

PPM: 33

Paper formats: A6 – A4

With fewer finishing options than the Konica Minolta bizhub C300i, the C3350i is slightly speedier as a result.

Sure, the C3350i is unable to produce banner prints like the C300i can, but the two MFPs are actually very similar, both offering excellent data security features and touchscreen functionality, not to mention the brand’s famed environmentally-conscious technology.


Konica Minolta C360i

Cost: £2,695

PPM: 36

Paper formats: A6 – SRA3

Producing 36 PPM, the bizhub C360i is ideal for busy hubs that require regular printing, copying, scanning, and faxing.

It can print papers of up to 300gsm thickness, whether that’s directly from your mobile or your regular desktop, and it comes with a user-friendly 10.1-inch touchscreen to help you navigate the system.

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Expert verdict

There you have it – the best Konica Minolta photocopiers from the bizhub and bizhub C range. With all this information, you may now have a clearer idea of which Konica Minolta printer is best for your business. That said, we know how confusing the world of printers can be – with so many brands, models, and functionalities on the market, how can you know you've picked the right supplier and device?

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Dan Barraclough

Dan’s a Senior Writer at Expert Market, specialising in digital marketing, web design, and photocopiers, amongst other topics.

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