North Canton, Ohio, March 7, 2007. GEI WideFormat Solutions, a Visual Edge Technology Company, created traffic to its booth at the Graphics of the Americas Show in Miami Beach where the company presented the newest addition to the popular Colortrac SmartLF line of large format scanners. GEI WideFormat is one of the country's fastest growing wide format imaging equipment and software marketers and it is the master distributor for the innovative Colortrac SmartLF line which now includes the new Gx 25 range of scanners.
The SmartLF Gx 25 features the latest in 1200dpi optical resolution CCD technology and is designed for fast, high quality scans, copies or file distribution of D-size documents that contain fine image detail and require full color or monochrome image capture. It's designed for large format photographs, artwork, satellite images, graphic designs and posters. The finest details of maps, blueprints, architectural renderings, engineering drawings and other technical documents are accurately captured at resolutions from 100 up to 9600dpi. This versatile scanner can capture images off media up to 25" wide by any length and there's a Gx T version for motorized thick media scanning of mounted originals up to 0.8" thickness.
"The SmartLF Gx 25 is the eagerly anticipated range of cost effective CCD scanners that will create a new market for wide format imaging to a broad base of customers who have previously outsourced their scanning and copying jobs," said Roger Ilgen , National Sales Director, GEI WideFormat Solutions. "Our customers can now choose the best scanners for their particular application since Colortrac is the only manufacturer to offer both CCD as well as CIS technology based scanners, while consistently delivering great performance, high quality and tremendous value for the money."
The Colortrac SmartLF Gx 25 comes in three versions: monochrome, color and express color and upgrades to any model can be done quickly and easily on-site by return e-mail. Professionals in any size enterprise can buy the right scanner for their current project with the peace of mind that they can enhance their system capability as their business grows.
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