Toshiba Digital reaches out to visitors

The vendor is planning to introduce its latest colour and high speed digital multifunctional machines, alongside its E-Solution customisable office solutions. The E-Solutions range can be broken down into five areas — E-Printing, E-Document, E-tracking, E-Officetools and E-Colour.

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By  Mohammed Affan Published  September 12, 2002

Toshiba Digital is storming this year’s show with a series of product announcements. The vendor is planning to introduce its latest colour and high speed digital multifunctional machines, alongside its E-Solution customisable office solutions. The E-Solutions range can be broken down into five areas — E-Printing, E-Document, E-tracking, E-Officetools and E-Colour.

“Gitex has been an important platform for us to showcase our products to the Middle East market and that is why we are back again with even more innovative products and solutions,” says Isao Sugehara, General Manager of Electronic Imaging Division, Toshiba.

“This time, we not only want to continue reaching out to the mainstream market, but we also want to target the more demanding graphics industry and the high-volume sectors, such as central reprographic departments, with our latest product offerings,” he adds.

Visitors to the vendor’s stand in hall two can expect to see Toshiba’s E-Studio 210C/310 which can print, copy and scan at a top speed of 31 page/copy per minute. E-Studio 210C/310C offer users speed, job monitoring, and quality colour output via a colour measurement tool — the AutoScan Spectrophotometer.

Users can also use the document imposition software to assemble data created on multiple applications and reorder and remove RIPed data pages on the thumbnail views with the drag and drop function.

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