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Konica Introduces the 7821 and 7812 Color Imaging Systems

Tuesday, November 13, 2001

Press release from the issuing company

WINDSOR, Conn.--Nov. 12, 2001--Konica Business Technologies, Inc. (Konica), the innovation leader in digital imaging solutions and a subsidiary of Konica Corporation, today announced two new color imaging systems -- the 7821 and 7812. Built with single-pass color LED digital technology, the 7821 and 7812 color printers deliver cost-effective, fast color and enhanced imaging to the office and workgroup environments. Both models generate quick, precise color printing with the incorporation of the single-pass color digital technology, utilizing four in-line digital LED printheads and image drums to speed the page through and lay down all four colors in a single pass. With the straight paper path design, the Konica 7821 and 7812 Series can support a wide variety of paper media and sizes, up to 110-pound index (card stock). The 7821 provides full color printing at 21 pages per minute (ppm), and black and white printing at 26ppm, while the 7812 offers printing at 12ppm, and 20ppm, respectively. "Through the introduction of products such as the 7821 and 7812, Konica is expanding the reach of our color product line further into the office,'' said Kevin Kern, vice president, product development and support, Konica Business Technologies, Inc. "Driven by such forces as the Internet, software and hardware technology, and the influence of multimedia, the explosion of the color market continues. The new printers have the feature set, image quality and performance customers demand. We anticipate they will be strong contributors to our growth in the color space.'' Fast, flexible and affordable, the 7821 and 7812's advanced imaging technology delivers clear text, sharp edges and stable colors in the production of business documents such as presentations, proposals, newsletters or manuals. Their modular design offers a large selection of options such as duplexing, several paper feed options and memory upgrades.

 

 

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