Creo Targets Scanner for Creative Market Professionals
Press release from the issuing company
VANCOUVER, BC, CANADA -- September 7, 2004 -- Creo is launching the new iQsmart1 flatbed color scanner for the professional creative market. This affordable, easy-to-use scanner brings proven quality, high productivity, and advanced features to ad agencies, graphic design firms, photo studios, photographic service agencies, magazine and catalog publishers, and in-plant printers.
The iQsmart1 scanner addresses the needs of the most demanding professional creatives with consistently sharp images, automation, and speed. The scanner uses reliable technology, proven through thousands of iQsmart, EverSmart and Smart scanner installations.
The 'iQ' in the iQsmart scanner family name stands for image quality. High image-density and vivid color are assured in all archiving work through true 16-bit color. The iQsmart1 offers flexibility in scanning originals regardless of image size, thickness, material, or format. It easily scans oversize enlargements, books, and even packages. Automation ensures that the iQsmart1 is easy to use. A streamlined, digital imaging workflow increases quality and productivity, which in turn reduces turnaround time and cost.
"The iQsmart1 puts imaging power in the hands of novices and experienced professionals alike," explains Shuky Garibi, director, Scanning Solutions, Creo. "We're very pleased to provide the creative market with the ability to control their color and images without relying on outside agencies. The iQsmart1 can shorten turnaround time and creates new opportunities for revenue generation."
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