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Contex Addresses Emerging Trend for Compact, Affordable Scan-to-Print Solutions

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Press release from the issuing company

Herndon, V.A. – Contex, the world's leading developer of wide format scanning and imaging solutions, is addressing an emerging trend for more compact and affordable scan-to-print solutions by pairing its XD2490 scanner with leading printers, such as the HP Designjet 111 Printer. The combined solution offers on-demand scanning, copying, emailing, or printing of wide or oversized originals with the smallest footprint in the market today, at only 3.3' wide. At the Ricoh Convergence Conference, Contex will demonstrate the XD2490 MFP with the HP Designjet 111 Printer. The Conference will take place May 23-26, 2011, at the Peabody Orlando in Florida.
"Contex is making wide format scanning accessible for businesses of all sizes," comments Phil Magenheim, President of Contex Americas. "The compact XD2490 wide format scanner delivers precise image scanning for small to large documents, at a price point that makes it affordable to bring in-house. When paired with leading wide format inkjet printers, users have the best scan-to-print solutions on the market."
Businesses depend on the image quality and performance that comes standard with Contex's portfolio of wide format scanners and solutions. The XD2490 wide format scanner enables users to scan, copy, and share changes instantly with one-touch email, and its built-in printer integration supports a variety of leading printers.
To learn more about Contex or to schedule a demonstration at the Ricoh Convergence Conference, contact Contex at 1-877-226-6839 or visit www.contex.com.


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Richard Romano, Section Editor/Senior Analyst
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