JetFax multifunction fax machines

IPL Datron is distributing the M900 series of multifunction fax machines from JetFax.

Based on the Oki LED print engine, the range consists of the M910, M920 and M930. All offer scanning; instant dialling; 8ppm 600dpi printing; 180-page fax memory; 50-page automatic document feeder; and 250-sheet input tray.

The M910 has a 14.4K modem and can be upgraded to the higher models. RRP is $4076.

The M920 has a two-line capability for simultaneous send and receive. RRP is $4694; upgrade from M910 for $755.

The M930 is designed for cheaper long-distance faxing, and supports the new Super G3 standard. It has a 33.6K modem. RRP is also $4694.

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