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Ricoh Aficio 470W Streamlines Digital Wide-Format Printing, Copying and Scanning

Tuesday, May 08, 2001

Press release from the issuing company

MINNEAPOLIS, MN, May 2, 2001 - Ricoh Corporation, the Dependable DigitalTM output company, today introduced the AficioTM 470W, the most recent addition to its wide format product line. The Ricoh AficioTM 470W offers fast seven copies per minute (cpm) and great image quality at 600 dots per inch (dpi) and 256 shades of gray, a first for wide format products at this segment range. It also has up to three roll feeders for greater productivity without paper re-loading interruptions. The powerful 25-400 percent reduction and enlargement plus zoom also makes it possible to create output to any desired size The addition of the optional Hard Disk Drive allows for scanning documents once and copying up to 99 copies, which reduces the wear and tear on originals. Additionally, the AficioTM 470W's features, such as touchscreen control panel, front operation, stamping, overlaying, and rotate sorting supply greater versatility and function than its competitors. The optional controller gives customers an even wider variety of functions usually associated with higher priced systems, such as simultaneous scan and plot, bi-directional feedback, account tracking, user and group access management, secure printing and trial printing. "Ricoh's AficioTM 470W and its options, are designed to offer wide format document production and storage in a user-friendly and cost effective manner," said Jim Ivy, President, Office Products Group, Ricoh Corporation. "It is our goal to give our customers top-tier advancements without the hefty price tag that is often associated with quality."

 

 

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