Canon U.S.A. Announces New imagePROGRAF iPF MFP M40 Large Format Solutions
Monday, February 18, 2013
Press release from the issuing company
LAKE SUCCESS, N.Y. - Canon U.S.A., Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, announced today new additions to the Company's imagePROGRAF large format solution lineup with the new imagePROGRAF iPF MFP M40 imaging systems. The new models offer an affordable solution that help provide fast, high-quality, large format image capture-to-output. Enhancements include smarter, more versatile and cloud-enabled workflows that help users produce precise image quality, with double the scanner optical resolution of previous versions.
The new iPF M40 system lineup includes new features that broaden its appeal beyond the CAD/AEC markets. New models** include:
"Business environments today require more than a traditional large format printer; this new input to output solution allows for versatility and helps improve workflow efficiency at an affordable price," said Sam Yoshida, vice president and general manager, Marketing, Business Imaging Solutions Group, Canon U.S.A. "These additions to the imagePROGRAF line meet our high standards for quality, while accepting a broader range of paper weights and types. We expect a variety of organizations, such as architectural firms and educational institutions to benefit from the new features and advance the way they operate as a result."
Intelligent, Cloud-Enabled Workflow
The imagePROGRAF iPF MFP M40 family of devices includes the latest version of SmartWorks MFP Software, helping to simplify the entire scan-to-print, file and cloud process for users of all experience levels. The new devices help users gain more control over their workflow, providing users with access to more editing functions than the prior models, such as invert, mirror, and black and white point adjustments and customizable default scanner and printer settings. The new iPF MFP devices also include Canon's Direct Print & Share, a cloud-based software solution that enables the viewing, sharing and printing of files from almost anywhere in the world, with 5GB of free storage available if users sign up for Google's cloud services*.
The printers include a number of other software applications that empower application versatility including:
Enhanced Input-to-Output Image Quality
The M40 scanner comes equipped with a SingleSensor assembly technology that helps produce seamless images without gaps or breaks. The new technology incorporated into the scanner helps provide consistent and more accurate color, as well as greater detail in the shadows and highlights. Full width image capture, as opposed to time-delayed scanning of separate sections, means less risk of misalignment of scan data as well.
Additional new features of the M40 scanner include:
These new imagePROGRAF models are scheduled to be available in February through Authorized Canon Dealers and Premier Partner Resellers. The manufacturer's suggested retail price (MSRP) †† of the systems are $11,495 for the iPF825 MFP M40 system, $9,795 for the iPF815 MFP M40 system, $8,995 for the iPF765 MFP M40 system, $8,495 for the iPF760 MFP system and $7,495 for the iPF750 MFP M40 system.
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