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Mark Peters : March 1st 2006 - 19:10 CET

Mitsubishi unveils two digital photo kiosk systems


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MitsubishiMitsubishi USA unveils two digital photo kiosk systems : Bolstering its commitment to advancing the state of the art of digital imaging technology, Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America’s Photo Imaging Division today unveiled the Mitsubishi DPS Click 5000 and DPS Kiosk 7000. The new photo kiosks bring high-performance digital photo processing solutions to greater levels of affordability and accessibility for imaging retailers and on-site event photographers. “We are excited to offer imaging retailers and on-site event photographers these opportunities to capitalize on the increasing consumer demand for digital prints,” said Margie Chiaramonte, marketing manager, Mitsubishi’s Photo Imaging Division.
Mitsubishi unveils two digital photo kiosk systemsDigital photo printing technologies
“Designed to enhance the retail digital printing experience, our latest advances in state-of-the-art digital photo printing technologies allow retailers and their customers to take advantage of powerful new enhancement features and more options than ever before. Furthermore, the DPS Click 5000 and DPS Kiosk 7000 raise the bar in performance value, making it more economical than ever for photo imaging specialists to compete in this expanding market.”

Mitsubishi digital photofinishing system
The Mitsubishi DPS Click 5000 is an immediate, revenue-generating solution for retailers and on-site event photographers alike looking to make the digital transition simply and economically. The system is a fully integrated digital photofinishing system with a compact design and adjustable viewing angle that allows for setup practically anywhere. The Mitsubishi DPS Click 5000 boasts an extensive range of photo editing and enhancement features including index printing, calendars, CD burning, decoration and retouching. Retailers will appreciate the blazing fast 80GB hard drive, substantial 17” LCD display and the quick, intuitive system operation via touchscreen or mouse, enabling the creation of dazzling, vibrant prints and ensuring customer loyalty through return business.

Mitsubishi DPS Photo Kiosk 7000
Featuring a built-in handle and weighing less than its predecessor, the Mitsubishi DPS Click 5000 is also a reliable, affordable solution for event photographers seeking to boost their revenue by offering clients a digital onsite printing service. Retailers seeking to grow their business and profit potential by providing their customers with advanced photo processing capabilities will appreciate the straightforward convenience of the Mitsubishi DPS Kiosk 7000, a user-friendly, self-service instant digital photo processing system. The system is a powerful revenue-generator and can be situated countertop or on an optional pedestal base for placement practically anywhere in the store. The generous, user-friendly 17” touchscreen menu enables customers to easily utilize the powerful editing, manipulation and enhancement features of the kiosk, resulting in high-quality, professional-looking prints.

Mitsubishi Digital photo printers
Complementing the powerful features of the Mitsubishi DPS Click 5000 and DPS Kiosk 7000 is Mitsubishi’s family of digital photo printers, renowned by retailers and professional photographers for their steadfast performance, high speed and jam-free reliability. The Mitsubishi CP-9550DW and CP-3020DU thermal dye sublimation printers produce archival-quality prints with stunning resolution and outstanding color accuracy in a variety of output sizes from 3.5 x 5” to 8 x 12”, depending on the models utilized.

About Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America’s Photo Imaging Division
The Photo Imaging division of Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America, Inc., manufactures and markets a wide range of products for the photographic industry. Included in the product selection is an extensive line of monochrome and color printers.





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