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Contex Celebrates Milestone at Esri User Conference

Friday, August 03, 2018

Press release from the issuing company

Attendees Rave Over HD Ultra X 6000; Pre-Orders Exceed Expectations by 50%

Chantilly, Va. – Contex, the world leader in large format scanning, celebrated a milestone at the recent Esri user conference where the company premiered the HD Ultra X 6000. Attendees raved over the advanced design and state of the art technology of the 60-inch CCD scanner, the market’s widest, fastest and most productive device available. Contex reports that pre-orders for the HD Ultra X 6000 has exceeded expectations by double. Pre-orders are 50% higher than any other scanner launched in the company’s history.

“The HD Ultra X 6000 is a home run, and the Esri user conference was an ideal launching pad for this powerful scanner. Attendees were quick to recognize that the 60-inch scanner is an absolute breakthrough in precision, quality and speed,” reports Steve Blanken, General Manager, Contex Americas.

A Market Changer

Carving a new landscape for today’s scanning professionals, the Contex HD Ultra X 6000 is a premium scanner with multiple productivity-boosting capabilities to give customers long-term value and a quick ROI. The HD Ultra X 6000 scanner is available as a standalone scanner (Contex AIO optional) or a ScanStation Pro configuration, which includes a stand, touchscreen monitor, and Nextimage REPRO software (Contex AIO optional).

For more information, visit a Contex distributor or contact Contex at salesamericas@contex.com

 

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