Kodak Digimaster E125 awarded|
Award winners are chosen solely on the merits of performance and value through equipment research and analysis and from testimonials of users who rely on equipment performance, ease of use and brand satisfaction for the success and profitability of their businesses. The Kodak Digimaster E125 system was selected for the Editor's Choice Award in the category of very high volume, on demand printing for digital duplicators with speeds up to 125 pages per minute.
Impressive on-demand printer
"An impressive on-demand printer that has great appeal for high-volume printer buyers," states Better Buys for Business. Among the most notable features of the Kodak Digimaster system highlighted by Better Buys for Business is the system's Internet interface, ability to print 12"x18" or 14"x18" paper for commercial printers, and an optional off-line scanner that is both impressive in speed and quality.
Kodak Digimaster E125 - Speed and Quality
"The Digimaster system proves its speed and quality every day in our customer's commercial print shops or their in-plant print facilities," said Venkat Purushotham, general manager and vice president, Digital Printing Solutions, Graphics Communications Group. "Kodak's high-volume digital monochrome print solutions, as recognized by Better Buys for Business, are truly best-in-class print production systems backed by the Kodak commitment to excellence."
About Better Buys for Business
Better Buys for business is an experienced team of office equipment analysts and experts who provide objective product reviews to help customers make informed buying decisions about all types of office equipment. Its research is grounded in real-world performance testing of equipment, and every recommendation in every guide is backed by more than 15 years of experience in equipment research and analysis. It also solicits and incorporates feedback from users about equipment performance, ease of use and brand satisfaction.
About Eastman Kodak Company
Kodak is the leader in helping people take, share, print and view images - for memories, for information, for business, and for entertainment. With sales of $13.5 billion in 2004, the company is committed to a digitally oriented growth strategy focused on four businesses: Digital & Film Imaging Systems, Health, IT solutions and services, Graphic Communications and Display & Components.