Featuring the Samsung Smart UX Center, the industry’s first printing UX system, Samsung’s Smart MultiXpress printers are transforming the way individuals use their multi-function devices. The UI platform, accessible via an attached 10.1-inch Android-powered touchscreen, enables people across all verticals to not only do new things with their printer, but also allows them to do old things in new, more productive ways. Here are a few of them.
1. Customize the user interface
With a few taps and swipes, the Smart UX Center user interface can be easily customized to fit the preferences of the user. All the functions of the printer are accessed via pre-loaded app icons, while custom widgets provide instant access to frequently used functions.
These can be arranged and managed via My Page. Simply press and hold an icon to position it on the home screen or remove it altogether. Tap the Apps icon to add new widgets such as a clock or a specific printing feature to the home screen.
2. Use admin powers to manage features
Admins can lock down Smart MultiXpress devices to prevent some or all users from installing apps or customizing the printers. Simply customize the My Page settings and Quick Menu for each user to keep track of an individual’s usage, control accessibility and more. Settings can be replicated from printer to printer for even easier set up.
3. Print from any web page
Users can also access a website directly via the Smart UX Center and use the on-screen browser to quickly print various web contents such as maps, pictures and emails directly from a web page. Since the browser is built in, there’s no need for a separate computer!
4. Add your own Smart Printing Apps
With the ability to install apps from the Samsung Printing App Center 2.0 or, in the case of custom-built apps, by side-loading them directly to the device, organizations can expand the capabilities of their printers based on their specific needs.
5. Authenticate with a tap of a smartphone
By integrating the optional NFC reader, businesses can enable authorized users to print to a Samsung MFP with a tap of their NFC-equipped smartphone. The NFC reader and smartphone act as the card reader and ID card, allowing secure release of printing jobs when used with Business Core Printing Solution.
6. Connect to cloud storage
By utilizing the Samsung Cloud Print app, users can link the printer to cloud storage services such as Google Drive and Dropbox, making it faster and simper to upload scans directly to the cloud or download documents for printing.
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