Lexmark launches new 'smart' printers
UAE, August 17, 2011
Lexmark International recently launched four new smart printing devices aimed at increasing productivity for heavy-usage workgroups and departments in mid-sized businesses and large enterprises.
Capable of printing media sizes up to 320mm x 1219mm, the Lexmark X950 colour multifunction product (MFP) series and Lexmark C950 colour are ideal for specialty printing, such as super A3-sized (320mm x 450mm) media, high-volume jobs and advanced finishing, the company said.
Both product families also offer productivity solutions that help streamline workflow and reduce unnecessary printing, all the while ensuring customer data, devices and networks are protected with advanced, multi-layered security features.
Authentication, authorization, audit logging and hard disk wiping are each offered as standard, out-of-the-box capabilities and do not require the purchase of additional data security kits.
Three models within the dynamic Lexmark X950 colour MFP Series will accelerate the work that needs high performance and flexible output options. They also deliver excellent colour output and support a wide range of media and finishing options, it said.
Named Colour Replacement, offered standard on these MFPs, is designed for precise colour matching when producing branded materials. The easy-to-navigate, 25.9cm (10.2-inch), colour touch screen interface serves as a launch pad to a number of productivity-enhancing solutions and offers interactive sensory features, such as audible and tactile feedback to provide an enhanced user experience.
Lexmark’s C950de colour printer, equipped with many of the same features, also offers brilliant colour printing, A3 functionality, easy-to-use workflow solutions and access via the 10.9cm (4.3-inch) colour touch screen, a statement said.
The intuitive interface, which features leading-edge display design and interaction, closely resembles a smartphone. Instead of simple beeps and tones, contextual sound delivers high-fidelity, differentiated tones from the touch screen, making it easier to distinguish between specific alerts and touch commands, it said. – TradeArabia News Service
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