Lanier Launches Printer With 10-bit Color, Versatile Finishing Capabilities
Press release from the issuing company
ATLANTA--March 13, 2002--Lanier Worldwide, Inc. today announced the launch of the Lanier 5813 digital color copier/printer system.
Designed to deliver high quality, finished documents in color or black-and-white, the system will be available immediately.
"The color quality and versatility of the Lanier 5813 far exceeds all other systems in its class,'' said Dominic Pontrelli, vice president of Marketing for Lanier. "If users need full color documents, the 5813 prints high-resolution, accurate color images at 600 dpi, producing realistic, lifelike images with crisp halftones and smooth gradations. If users need high volumes of documents printed quickly, the 5813 prints 51 black-and-white pages per minute.''
Professional finishing options on the Lanier 5813 include a 20-bin, 50-sheet sorter/stapler. Standard paper capacity includes three 500-sheet trays and a 250-sheet bypass tray, but can be expanded with an optional 1,500-sheet large capacity tray. For added convenience, the 5813 accepts a wide range of printing media, with paper weights from 17 to 140 lb. stock. It also prints full-bleed, 12" x 18'' comps and full-size posters on 13" x 19'' paper.
"The 5813 also features a full menu of advanced image editing and manipulation features, which allows users to easily customize documents, add color, change content and rotate images,'' said Pontrelli. "These attributes, along with its professional finishing options, make the 5813 an ideal digital color copier/printer system for general office environments, publishing and graphic design businesses -- even environments with heavy workloads, such as copy shops and corporate reprographics departments.''
The Lanier 5813 also offers two optional controllers to enable smooth network printing for general business applications or graphic design and desktop publishing environments.
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