Minolta-QMS adds a touch of magic

The centrepiece for Minolta-QMS's stand this year has been its new Magicolor 6110GN laser printer, intended for use by graphics designers and photographers.

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By  Kieran Potts Published  October 17, 2001

The centrepiece for Minolta-QMS's stand this year is its new Magicolor 6110GN printer. Intended for use by graphics designers and photographers, the 6110GN laser will print A3 paper at a resolution of 1,200 by 1,200 dpi at a speed of up to 12 pages per minute in colour and 24 in monochrome.

An upgraded version of the Magicolor model, the 6110GN has doubled the printing speed of its predecessor. This is the first time the printer has been on display in the Middle East.

Minolta-QMS is championing a variety of its other printers, each aimed for different market sub-sectors. Kazim Mankani, general manager, said, “Although this has, so far at least, been a 'different' exhibition — traffic has been lower than usual — we have still had a very positive response to our printer line-up.”

The company has recently sold a package of over 2,000 printers to the Saudi Arabian Ministry for Education

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