Canon simplifies copying

Canon Middle East is looking to draw visitors to its stand with a host of the latest office equipment and high tech products for the consumer and professional.

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By  Zoe Moleshead Published  October 11, 2001

Canon Middle East is looking to draw visitors to its stand with a host of the latest office equipment and high tech products for the consumer and professional. The undoubted highlight is Canon’s latest generation of digital copiers, the “iR” series.

Canon’s iR series, which includes the iR8500, iR2200, iR2800, iR3300 and the colour iRC2100, enable office workers to dramatically simplify document handling. The powerful multifunction copiers, allow businesses to take a document, copy it, send it as a fax or e-mail, store it directly into a SQL database or print it to another printer all from a single user-friendly interface.

The iR8500 is also capable of doubling its speed by tandem printing via a network, and provides a print resolution of 1200 x 600 dpi for copying, 2400 x 600 dpi for printing and 600 x 600 dpi for scanning.

“Canon unveiled its new print solutions in February this year, launching a range of printing products and software applications for professional and centralised print,” says Glen Mason, assistant product marketing manager, Canon business solutions.

Other highlights at the stand include the CLC5000 colour laser copier and BJW9000 wide format printer for the professional markets. The CLC 5000 copier provides 50 print per minute speeds, and utilises four drum technology, and Canon’s exclusive fine brighter toner. The copier also offers users ‘scan once print many’ technology, stackless duplexing, and a paper handling capacity of up to 5,350 sheets.

Other products on show include it latest LCD projectors with the TurboBright system, Canon’s latest series of stylish and ultra-compact desktop scanners, the S-Series of bubble jet printers and faxes and multifunction devices.

For the creative crowd, Canon will be showing off its wide assortment of optical products, including digital cameras, camcorders and compact and SLR cameras for both the keen amateur and the professional.

The vendor will also update customers on the progress of its “imaging across networks” strategy, unveiled during last year’s show, which aimed to “revolutionise the modern workplace.”

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