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Contex America announces year-end sale on wide format scanners and MFP kits

Tuesday, November 09, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Herndon, V.A. - Contex, the world-leading developer of wide format scanning and imaging solutions, today announces a year-end sale and rebates for its select wide format scanners. Contex is now offering significant savings off its award-winning SD wide format scanner series, plus rebates when purchasing any scanner with an MFP kit. Additionally, users can trade-in or trade-up their current Contex or Vidar scanner for an HD Scanner with optional MFP kit. Contex scanners are recognized by industry experts as the top-choice for users with wide format requirements. Comparably priced, Contex's open MFP architecture allows users to pair a Contex scanner with any wide format printer, enabling the best tools on the market to scan-to-print, scan-to-share, or scan-to-communicate. The sale ends December 31, 2010.

"The Contex SD4430 is a great value. Not only does it perform at high speeds, it is also reliable and easy to use. We have our HP printer connected to it, and we can scan and print in minutes," states Shawn Anderson, GIS Director for Tipton County government in Tennessee. The Contex SD4400 scanner series, which is used by Tipton County, received the 2008 "Best Buy" and 2009 "Outstanding" awards from BERTL, the industry's leading independent testing laboratory.

Built for everyday use, the Contex SD and HD series are known for making it easy to scan documents, maps, and drawings, delivering the fastest scanning and image processing on the market. As an MFP, Contex gives users the best of both worlds: the most productive wide format scanner combined with the wide format printer of choice. The large touch-screen control panel enables users to view and correct images instantly, which eliminates paper waste and the need to re-scan. A network-connected controller allows the scanner and printer to be shared across a network.




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