Your Konica Minolta Magicolor 3100 provides a fast, high quality laser option for your business, so keep it at its best by using only genuine consumables available from Printerland.
Quality laser colours at the speed of black and white
The Magicolor 3100 was released to offer a business the option of a printer that retained the quality of laser printing but ensured that the speed of colour printing was as efficient as that of monochrome prints. It makes sense, then, that you should ensure you continue to benefit from your printer by using only genuine consumables from Konica Minolta.
With emphasis on speed without compromise, original cartridges benefit from Konica Minolta’s PRISMLASER technology, meaning an admirable turnover of 16 pages per minute and up to 1200 x 1200 dpi resolution for crisp and vibrant colour documentation.
Konica Minolta’s green credentials
Konica Minolta have an excellent reputation for their environmental awareness and, having chosen the Magicolor 3100, you will already be benefitting from reduced paper usage with auto duplex printing. However, the use of original consumables can further aid in your environmental goals.
In original Konica Minolta ink cartridges, the company uses Microfine Physico Chemical toner, specifically developed for this machine. This minimises toner wastage, saving you money as well as helping the environment. With a lower running temperature reducing CO2 emissions, and with the Magicolor series being included in Konica Minolta’s Clean Planet Program for recycling original cartridges, you can be comfortable that you are looking out for mother nature.
The Magicolor 3100 promised a faster production of colour prints to a laser standard, so only genuine ink can allow it to fulfil its potential. Imitation cartridges will offer alleged compatibility, but don’t run the risk of lower quality output and increased environmental impact. Stick with original Konica Minolta consumables, the full range available from Printerland.
*Page yields are declared by the manufacturer in accordance with ISO/IEC standards or occasionally estimated based on 5% per page coverage. Yields will vary greatly depending on image, area coverage, print mode and environmental conditions.