Intelicoat Technologies Introduces New Magiclée Verona 250 Hd High Definition Fine Art Paper
Press release from the issuing company
SOUTH HADLEY, MA. August 27, 2007 – InteliCoat Technologies, a world leader in the manufacture of coated paper, film, and specialty substrates for digital imaging technologies, is pleased to announce the introduction of Verona 250 HD into the Magiclée brand of fine art and photo papers for digital imaging.
Verona 250 HD is a high definition fine art paper that, when printed, offers clean, sharp images and an exceptional color gamut. This 250-gram smooth paper with a traditional matte finish is designed for digital fine art applications such as art reproductions and photographic printing. A natural white, 100% cotton, fine art paper, Verona 250 HD has a water-resistant coating that is free of optical brighteners. The product is designed for use with dye, pigment, thermal and piezo printers.
"With record high density and color gamut readings, we are confident Verona 250 HD will raise the bar in the marketplace for achieving truly vibrant colors, as well as beautifully defined blacks and gray tones," said Cindy Coughlin, product manager, digital imaging for InteliCoat Technologies. "Verona 250 HD sets a new standard for excellence in the digital fine art market."
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