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Sony professional digital photo printers

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-04-04 22:09:00
Sony professional digital photo printers : Sony Electronics is expanding its line-up of professional digital photo printers with the introduction of enhanced models at the Wedding & Portrait Photographers International show. Sony's printer offerings range from quick retail solutions for passport photos and on-demand photo greeting cards to streamline solutions designed to eliminate reliance on commercial and professional labs. The lineup is highlighted by the new UP-GR700 digital photo printer, Sony's latest on-site solution for professional studio, portrait, wedding and event photographers. To protect professionally created images, photos are watermarked with the words "Professional Photos are Protected by Copyright" on the back.


Sony SnapLab digital photofinishing system

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-04-04 22:08:00
Sony SnapLab digital photofinishing system : With digital photo kiosks gaining popularity, Sony is showing the SnapLab digital photofinishing system here at the opening of the WPPI show. Billed as an "on-location photo lab", the SnapLab system provides quick, premium quality digital prints, all in an easy-to-use tabletop unit. Equipped with a user-friendly 8-inch (viewable area measured diagonally), 640 x 480 dot resolution LCD touch screen, which is larger than traditional consumer digital photo printers, the new system is suited for both commercial and at-home use. The SnapLab digital photofinishing system is now available at authorized resellers nationwide with a suggested list price of $1,995.


Fargo high definition printer encoder

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-04-03 19:07:00
Fargo high definition printer encoder : Fargo Electronics, Inc., a global leader in secure technologies for card identity systems, announced the introduction of the HDP5000 card printer/encoder. Utilizing Fargo’s patented High Definition Printing (HDP) technology, the HDP5000 is the first true single-sided reverse image printer available commercially. The modular design of the HDP5000 grows with the user’s needs. The basic single-sided model can be upgraded in the factory or field with a dual-sided printing option, and/or a dual-sided lamination module. The lamination module applies Fargo’s PolyGuard Overlaminate to both sides of the printed card simultaneously for extended card life and added security and durability.


Color printing technology from Memjet

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-03-27 12:00:00
Color printing technology from Memjet : The new Memjet color printing technology, the first to combine high speed and quality color at a leading price/performance, was unveiled in Kia Silverbrook’s keynote address at the Global Ink Jet Printing Conference in Prague. The new technology prints full-color images at 60 pages per minute (ppm), many times the inkjet industry standard. The technology, which will be a fraction of the price of high-speed color laser devices, will soon be available for OEMs targeting the home/office, photo-kiosk and label markets. The Memjet technology, which has been in development for more than 10 years, is backed by more than 1,400 US patents; about 2,000 more are pending.


Brother HL-4000 color laser printers

Mark Peters : 2007-03-23 20:00:00
Brother HL-4000 color laser printers : Brother continued to solidify its position as a leader in providing laser printing solutions to the home office, small office and corporate home office markets with the introduction of its new HL-4000 Series Color Laser Printers. At print speeds of up to 21ppm in both color and monochrome and with a starting price of $399, these printers set a new standard for performance, print quality and consumer value. The series includes the network ready HL-4040CN ($399) and the HL-4070CDW ($499) which includes built-in Ethernet and wireless connectivity as well as built-in automatic duplexing. The new printers will first be available beginning in April 2007.


Mitsubishi Flexible Photo Lab solution

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-03-20 13:36:00
Mitsubishi Flexible Photo Lab solution : Demonstrating its commitment to provide retail markets with the most advanced, reliable technology and outstanding integration and support, Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America launched the Flexible Photo Lab Solution combining its state-of-the art digital photo printers, DPS Kiosk 7000 terminals and DPS Click 5000 print servers. The self-service Mitsubishi Flexible Photo Lab provides retailers with unparalleled ease of use, scalability and chemical lab connectivity and can accept an array of media and payment types. The Mitsubishi Flexible Photo Lab Solution is a proven entity, having been successfully deployed in several European markets.


Swifti Micro photo kiosk

Nic Rossmüller : 2007-03-20 13:30:00
Swifti Micro photo kiosk : KIS Photo-Me Group introduced the Swifti - a versatile new “plug-n-play” micro-kiosk that lets consumers turn image files from digital cameras, cell phones, CDs/DVDs and 28 different types of media cards immediately, on-site into customized, high-margin photo keepsakes that translate into new revenues and a quick return-on-investment for the retailer. The Swifti is on display at the Photo Marketing Association trade show, March 8-11 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, in the KIS Photo-Me Group Booth, C232. It’s an excellent product for non-photo businesses - such as vacation hotels, college bookstores, amusement parks, campgrounds, nightclubs, shopping malls, conventions centers and sports arenas.


Digital minilab photo printing solution

Nic Rossmüller : 2007-03-16 20:36:00
Digital minilab photo printing solution : KIS Photo-Me Group introduced its new Digital Automatic Minilab, a versatile “dry lab” with a revolutionary, productive Pro Pack option that produces standard thermal prints from 3.5x5 to 10x12 inches, as well as a variety of customized photo consumer photo. Besides a versatile memory card reader, an on-board flatbed scanner allows consumers to digitize and enhance existing pictures/art work, and its self-payment options enable 24/7 self-service operation. Designed mainly for drugstores, supermarkets and convenience stores, the Digital Automatic Minilab is available in both two- and four-printer configurations with production speeds as fast as 2.5 seconds per 4x6-inch print.






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