BOULDER, CO--Nov 06, 2001-- IBM today announced the Infoprint 1116, a 16 page- per-minute (ppm), entry-level laser printer for individuals and small workgroups, priced at $426(1). IBM now offers six printers in the Infoprint 1000 family, with speeds from 16 ppm to 45 ppm.
The Infoprint 1000 family is designed to help customers effectively manage the output of e-business and includes best-of-breed printers, software and services. Launched in June 2001, the Infoprint 1000 family features internet-ready printing, as well as innovative paper handling capabilities and finishing options, at industry-leading price performance.
"The Infoprint 1000 family is already proving popular with our enterprise customers. With the Infoprint 1116, we have a 'next generation' printer with the speed and networking capabilities that are ideal for individuals and small workgroups," said Paul Preo, workgroup business line manager, IBM. "The success of the Infoprint 1000 family is in part due to the technology and price leadership, but our service offerings play a key role. We pride ourselves on offering customers the industry's widest choice of service solutions, including same day on-site service, 24 hours a day, seven days a week."
The Infoprint 1116 features a choice of print resolution, up to 1200 x 1200 dpi output. It offers users and network administrators a wealth of features for effective workgroup printing, including MarkVision Professional print management software for easy printer installation, configuration and management from the desktop, server or the Web.
Availability and Pricing
The Infoprint 1116 offers up to four featured configurations. These configurations include a base model and network model (n) for both low and high voltage printers. The complete Infoprint 1000 family can be purchased on ibm.com, through IBM Printing Systems' remarketers and IBM sales representatives.
The Infoprint 1116 is scheduled to be generally available in the North America beginning November 30, 2001 and Europe, Middle East and Africa beginning December 28, 2001. The IBM list base price is $426.00
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