Lanier Launches Digital Copier/Printer/Fax for Mid-Sized Businesses
Press release from the issuing company
ATLANTA, GA, USA [June 12, 2001] --- Lanier Worldwide, Inc. today introduced the Lanier 5635/5645 digital Copier/Printer/Fax System. This powerful system, which helps businesses improve productivity, combines high-resolution copying, network printing and scanning will be available on June 4, 2001.
"The 5635/45 is designed with mid-sized businesses in mind," said Chris Bray, Vice President of Marketing Operations. "Users can access the 5635/45 directly from their desktop PC's, allowing businesses to dramatically increase their overall efficiency."
As a digital copier, the 5635/45 completes copying jobs in record time, producing 35 to 45 copies per minute with 600-dpi image quality for crisp, clean copies. The system's large touch screen allows walk-up users to quickly set copy, print, fax and scanning jobs.
As a network printer, the 5635/5645 offers advantages over laser printers found in typical office environments. With a total paper capacity of 3,550 sheets, the 5635/5645 is ideal for departmental workgroups within mid-sized companies. Users can also select paper size and a variety of finishing options through a simple PC interface.
The optional fax module elevates the 5635/5645 to a true communications hub. With 400 quick-dial numbers, and multiple communication ports, the 5635/5645 allows users to enhance their productivity by utilizing a high-speed scanner to send documents. Documents scanned for copying, printing or faxing can be stored in the 5635/5645's built-in hard drive, creating a document warehouse that can be accessed over the network and reprinted on demand. This network scanning function allows users to convert paper originals into documents that can be distributed in departmental networks, or to any valid e-mail address.
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