Toshiba e-STUDIO7506AC Series Review

Good: Strong speed and capacity on dual-scan document feeder, strong security features, 3,520 sheets of standard paper capacity with option to max out at 6,020 sheets.
Bad: Not inteded for small or medium-sized businesses.
Bottom Line: A series of new color MFPs intended for very large offices or production environments.
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Product Overview

The new e-STUDIO7506AC Series joins several other MFPs as part of an overhaul of Toshiba’s product lineup. There are three devices of color MFPs targeted to very large offices and production-level environments. They all offer standard printing, copying, scanning and faxing functions.

The three MFPs are:

  • The e-STUDIO5506AC, which prints and copies at 55ppm in color (65ppm in black) and has a monthly duty cycle of 480,000 pages,
  • The e-STUDIO6506AC, which prints and copies at 65ppm in color (75ppm in black) and has a monthly duty cycle of 540,000 pages, and
  • The e-STUDIO7506AC, which prints and copies at 75ppm in color (85ppm in black) and has a monthly duty cycle of 600,000 pages.

Warmup speed for all three MFPs is about 20 seconds and the first-copy-time in color range from 5.4 to 6.4 seconds.

The machines run off of Toshiba’s latest generation e-BRIDGE Next controller that includes a 1.75GHz processor, 4GB of memory and a 320GB self-encrypting hard drive. PCL, PostScript, XPS and JPEG printing languages are included. Standard USB and Ethernet connectivity is supported and Toshiba offers optional wireless and Bluetooth connectivity. Mobile printing is supported via the e-BRIDGE Print & Capture app on Apple and Android devices.

The MFPs feature a 9″ control panel that tilts and include touchswipe functionalities, much like a tablet. It includes a customizable web browser.

More information on the devices is in our Features section below.

The e-STUDIO7506AC Series are very powerful devices intended for the production environment or offices with very high-volume color copying and printing needs.


Paper handling starts with a capacity of 3,520 sheets that consists of a tandem of two 540-sheet drawers and a large capacity feeder of two 1,160 trays, as well as a 120-sheet bypass. Users can add an optional 2,500-sheet large capacity feeder for a maximum capacity of 6,020 sheets. With the exception of the two large capacity feeders (which accepts 8.5″ x 11″ size only), the other drawers accept up to 12″ x 18″ paper and the bypass accepts up to 13″ x 19″ paper.

There is a standard 300-sheet dual-scan document feeder (DADF). The document feeder allow for color scanning and scans both sides of a page (at up to 240ipm duplex) in a single pass.

There are a few finishing options. First, there is the console finisher with 50-sheet multiposition stapling. And there is also a finisher that staples and saddlestitches up to 50 sheets. There is an optional 2/3-hole punch unit for each finisher. And finally, there is a side exit tray.

The scanning function supports many file formats, such as TIFF, PDF, XPS and JPEG. Toshiba’s e-FILING features one public box and 200 private user boxes for document management. Each box holds up to 100 folders and each folder holds up to 400 documents. Users can optionally add connectors to SharePoint and Google Docs for printing and scanning needs.

The faxing function utilizes a 33.6kbps modem with JBIG compression. It includes both G3 and Super G3 compatibility, as well as up to 100 pages of memory and second line fax.

The e-STUDIO7506AC Series includes strong security features, such as user authentication (that supports up to 10,000 users or 1,000 departments), disk overwrite, IP Address filtering and LDAP.

  • Automatic Document Feeder?
  • Duplexing?
  • Ethernet Connectivity?
  • Wireless Connectivity?
  • Mobile Printing/Scanning?
  • Finishers?


The e-STUDIO7506AC Series is intended for environments with very high-volume printing or copying needs. Smaller businesses should check out our review on Toshiba’s other MFPs intended for those markets.


Toshiba has been on the upswing in the office copier business, thanks to a steadily improving product line.

Although it may be among the smaller forces in copiers, the company as a whole is much larger than most of its competitors.

Toshiba handouts include Fortune corporate rankings indicating that its global revenues across all product lines are about the same as those of Canon, Ricoh and Xerox combined.

Product line: In recent years, Toshiba has been raising its copier profile both by re-energizing its U.S. marketing and by becoming more innovative with its products. Its line of e-STUDIO models is quite strong, and the company is starting to make an impact on the market.

Toshiba distribution: Almost all of Toshiba’s brand sales are currently through dealers. However, Toshiba has a subsidiary that has steadily been acquiring dealerships in certain markets to operate them as wholly owned subsidiaries. In all, Toshiba has about 302 copier dealers, of which about 64% handle Toshiba exclusively. Toshiba also sells through its wholly owned Toshiba Business Solutions subsidiaries.

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Too many problems

on 2018-02-13 15:56:21

The cons: The high capacity dual stack paper tray does not feed the paper over to the empty side which makes this feature worthless. Toshiba knows about the problem but doesn't have a fix for it yet. The ADF scanner pulls the paper in crooked resulting in crooked scans. The scan quality is not as crisp as you would expect for this price range. The dpi default when scanning resets itself to 600 (even when our tech set the default) which is too large to send even a 1 page scan. Have to manually reduce the dpi as the last step before scanning or it resets to 600dpi. The pages eject in crooked stacks, our tech told us it is because the pages eject too fast (high speed copying).

The pro: The touch screen options are user friendly and easy to use.