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Konica Minolta Windows Vista support
Ralf Jurrien : February 6th 2007 - 17:05 CET
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Konica-Minolta Konica Minolta Windows Vista support : Konica Minolta printing solutions confirmed its support for the new Windows Vista Operating System by providing compatible printer drivers for a broad range of color and monochrome laser printers and all-in-ones. The new Vista printer drivers are now available for download on the Konica Minolta website and support the latest generation of products, including the company's newest color lasers - the high-performance magicolor 5500 Series. Additionally, drivers for legacy products and updates for the current product line will be provided in stages. For a full listing of Windows Vista compatible products and to download available Vista drivers, access the Konica Minolta website.
Konica Minolta Windows Vista supportAbout Konica Minolta printing solutions
Konica Minolta printing solutions USA, INC., is an innovative developer, manufacturer, and supplier of document printing solutions. The product line includes color and monochrome laser printers and all-in-ones, and associated supplies and accessories for general office, electronic publishing, graphic design, advanced imaging, and home office applications. Konica Minolta printing solutions USA, INC. headquarters are in Ramsey, New Jersey, USA, and its products are distributed through a broad network of e-commerce, retail, reseller and distribution partners.

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