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Contex to demonstrate wide format scanning, printing at IRGA, ISA Expos

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Press release from the issuing company

Herndon, V.A. - Contex, The World's Leading Developer Of Large Format Scanning And Imaging Solutions, Announces That It Will Demonstrate Its Line Of Wide Format Scanning Solutions With Its Distributors Wynit And National Azon At The Upcoming International Reprographic Association (IRGA) Convention And Trade Show. Contex And HP Will Also Demonstrate Scan-To-Print Solutions At The International Sign Expo (ISA), Which Is Co-Located With The IRGA Event. The IRGA And ISA Expos Will Take Place April 28-30, 2011 At The Mandalay Bay Convention Center In Las Vegas.
"Contex Scanners Provide The Versatility And Superb Image Quality That Wide-Format Imaging Service Providers Need To Accurately Reproduce Large And Oversized Documents. When Working With Technical, Graphics Or Fine Arts Documents -- Whether Fragile, Hard To Handle Documents, Black And White, Grayscale Or Full Color -- Contex Scanners Offer Reliability For Their Wide-Format Needs," Comments Phil Magenheim, President Of Contex Americas.
At Both Irga And Isa Events, Contex Scanning Experts Will Demonstrate How To Scan, Copy And Print Wide Format Documents Using Its SD And HD Scanners, Which Range In Size From 24- And 54-Inches, Respectively. Contex Will Also Show Attendees How To Create Turnkey Multi-Function Print Systems (MFP) By Integrating A Contex Scanner With A Brand New Or Existing Wide Format Printer. Additionally, Contex Will Demonstrate The New Nextimage Touch, A Touch-Screen Compatible Mfp Solution That Provides The Control And Ease-Of-Use To Make Perfect Copies Quickly. Nextimage Supports Dozens Of Wide Format Printers, Including Those From Hp And Canon. Attendees Can Visit Contex At Wynit Booth #301, National Azon Booth #315, And Hp Booth #4543 At Isa.


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