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Jasper Huitink : September 11th 2005 - 16:43 CET
UMAX Technologies drops price of scanners

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UmaxUMAX Technologies drops price of scanners : UMAX Technologies today announced that it is dropping the price of its most popular models, with up to $300 off its UMAX PowerLook 1000, 1120 and 2100XL configurations and $30 off the newest UMAX Astra 6700. This move comes less than a month after the company announced a full line up of new consumer electronics including drawing tablets, mini hard drives, flash drives, and MP3 players. "These price drops make our award winning scanners even more competitive to help expand UMAX's presence in design agencies, photography studios, business offices and consumer homes," said Christabel Chen, director of marketing at UMAX Technologies.
UMAX Technologies drops price of scannersAbout UMAX Technologies
UMAX Technologies, Inc. is a technology leader in the design and distribution of a full line of imaging products and consumer electronics. The company maintains its leadership position in the imaging market with a broad line of consumer and professional flatbed, document fed and film scanners. Also is UMAX fast growing thanks to its expanded product range, with new products like drawing tables, mini hard drives, flahs drives and MP3 players, UMAX wins the hearts of the consument.

UMAX scanners - Graphic desing & photo editing
"Our scanners provide industry-leading, out-of-the-box solutions for professionals, prosumers, or enthusiasts in all applications including graphic design, photo editing, photography and digital imaging, scrapbooking, and file digitization, at our most affordable prices to date."

UMAX Powerlook and Astra - New prices
• PowerLook 1000 w/ SilverFast SE - $299, was $399
• PowerLook 1000 w/ PhotoPerfect RGB - $449, was $599
• PowerLook 1000 w/ SilverFast AI - $649, was $899
• PowerLook 1120 w/ SilverFast SE - $499, was $699
• PowerLook 1120 w/ PhotoPerfect RGB - $699, was $899
• PowerLook 1120 w/ SilverFast AI - $899, was $1199
• PowerLook 2100XL w/ SilverFast SE - $1099 (unchanged)
• PowerLook 2100XL w/ PhotoPerfect RGB - $1299 (unchanged)
• PowerLook 2100XL w/ SilverFast AI - $1499, was $1599
• Astra 6700 - $119, was $149.95





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