Better Buys for Business Honors Heidelberg Digimaster 9110 System
Press release from the issuing company
Heidelberg's award-winning Digimaster 9110 print system has picked up another top industry honor, receiving the prestigious Better Buys for Business’ Editor’s Choice award.
Calling it an “impressive on-demand printer,” Better Buys for Business — the United States’ leading independent authority on high-technology document imaging equipment — recognizes the Heidelberg Digimaster 9110 Network Imaging System with its top honor in its 2001 High-Volume Printer and Digital Duplicator Guides. The award is bestowed annually to products that de-liver the highest levels of performance and offer the greatest value for con-sumers.
The Digimaster 9110 was selected for the award in the very-high-volume, on-demand-printing category for digital duplicators with speeds up to 130 pages per minute. The Digimaster 9110 is an all-digital, on-demand print system that delivers documents with fine text and rich graphics at a rate of 110 images per minute.
“All in all, the Digimaster 9110 is a versatile, speedy way for customers to add high-volume production printing capabilities,” states Better Buys for Business.
The Better Buys for Business Editor’s Choice award is based on rigorous testing and analysis of all current models. The guide helps businesses make decisions about document imaging equipment, such as printers, duplicators, copiers, fax machines and scanners.
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