Excerpt: Kyocera's FS-920 is a compact, sturdy and affordable mono laser printer that takes up only slightly more space than an inkjet. It has both USB Hi-Speed and parallel ports, so it'll work with both new and legacy systems. It has a 266MHz processor and 32MB of RAM, which can be upgraded to a maximum of 288MB. A single, large input tray can hold up to 250 sheets of A4 paper.
Excerpt: Kyocera's FS-920 is a particularly economical printer. It uses very little power when on standby, is efficient in terms of toner use and runs exceptionally quietly. If efficiency and peace are particularly important to you, the FS-920 is certainly one to consider, as these are clearly its strong points. Of course, what it produces and at what speed are just as important. Curiously, this Kyocera printer has a mandatory 15-minute warm-up time the first time it's set up.
Excerpt: The FS-920 is a brand-new personal mono laser printer from Kyocera. Boasting a 1800 x 600dpi print resolution and a 266MHz processor, the FS-920 is well specified for a machine at this end of the market. The Kyocera uses USB 2 to talk to your Mac and although only designed as a personal printer, Kyocera will be launching an Ethernet adaptor later this year. The printer is fitted with 32MB of RAM as standard and holds 250 sheets in its paper tray.