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Sharp Upgrades Three of Its Digital Imager Printers

Press release from the issuing company

MAHWAH, N.J. February 12, 2001 – Sharp Document & Network Systems of America today introduced improved models of its most affordable multifunction peripherals in its Digital IMAGER™ series of monochrome and color copier/printers: the AR-151, AR-F152 and AR-156 Digital IMAGER systems. The new 15 page per minute (ppm) MFPs feature improved first-generation image quality, better monitoring capabilities, improved developer life and a significant reduction in cost per copy over their predecessors. The AR-151, AR-F152 and AR-156 Digital IMAGER systems also feature service replaceable consumables (SRUs) and comprehensive hardware and software options for enhanced performance and workgroup capability. The AR-151, AR-F152 and AR-156 Digital IMAGER systems will be available through Sharp’s authorized dealers starting in March 2001. Sharp’s U.S. dealers provide business and government customers with a full line of Sharp products, service and support. "The AR-151, AR-F151 and AR-156 Digital IMAGER systems underscore Sharp’s commitment to MFPs that offer cost-effective digital document solutions for small businesses with networking needs," said Mike Pietrunti, vice president, Network Office Solutions Group, SDNA. "What will also be attractive to such businesses is the commitment to quality and service from Sharp dealers."

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