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Fuji Xerox DocuPrint C1190 FS SOHO laser printer

By Press Release | 3:09 pm 13/03/2009

The DocuPrint C1190 FS is an A4 colour multifunction laser printer featuring document management functions that enhance the productivity of Small Office Home Offices (SOHO) and small workgroups. The C1190 FS improves document workflow by allowing users to send faxes directly from their PC. Scanned images can be sent directly from the device to email addresses without using a PC, or shared through uploading on an FTP server/SMB (network folders).

It offers a fast First Page Time Out speed of 14.4 seconds in colour.

The DocuPrint C1190 FS is easy to install and manage with CentreWare Internet Services, a browser-based software that allows administrators to configure and monitor status of the printer remotely. With the SimpleMonitor software, users get alerts on the status of their print jobs without the need to walk up to the printer.

Environmentally-friendly tech

The DocuPrint C1190 FS uses Fuji Xerox’s proprietary Emulsion Aggregation (EA-HG) colour toners which is more environmentally friendly as it does not contain fuser oil found in conventional laser printers. EA-HG toner emits 35% less carbon dioxide in its production process compared to conventional toner and itdelivers small and uniformed toner particle sizes for superior print quality and sharper images. The DocuPrint C1190 FS is Energy Star compliant and it reduces the amount of energy consumed by either automatically switching it into a ‘sleep’ mode when it’s not being used and/or reducing the amount power used when in ‘standby’ mode.


  • Built-in 384MB memory to handle complex and large print jobs
  • 12 printed pages per minute (colour); 16 printed pages per minute (monochrome)
  • Print resolution of up to 600 x 600 dpi; scan at up to 9,600 dpi
  • Secure Print and Secure Fax Receive features to handle confidential documents
  • DirectFAX feature for the sending of faxes from a PC without the need for extra fax utility
  • Scan and share documents within a workgroup with Scan to Email, Scan to FTP/ SMB on a network folder
  • Supports a wide range of media types and paper weights
  • Load up to 250 sheets in a generous sheet feeder
  • Supports multi-interface networking with USB 2.0, IEEE 1284 Ethernet 100Base-TX/ 10Base-T
  • Bundled with a special edition of the Fuji Xerox DocuWorks 6.2 for document management and OCR


The Fuji Xerox C1190 has an RRP of $799.

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