Lanier Introduces Network Laser Printer for Color and B&W Applications
Press release from the issuing company
ATLANTA---June 17, 2002-- Lanier Worldwide, Inc. today announced the launch of the Lanier AP206 Color Laser Printer.
Designed for workgroups or individual users, the Lanier AP206 is an affordable, high-quality desktop printer that delivers six full-color or 24 black-and-white pages per minute. Standard features include a compact footprint, compatibility with Microsoft Windows and Macintosh platforms, and state-of-the-art desktop print management utilities. The new printer will be available immediately.
"The Lanier AP206 provides just about everything the average user needs to maximize print productivity," said Tom Newell, director of Product Marketing for Lanier. "It's one of the fastest printers in its class. It delivers exceptional image quality for full-color or black-and-white documents. It has the standard features users expect from a desktop laser printer, plus the optional capabilities that can really improve efficiency in a workgroup environment. Most important, it's easy to use and maintain."
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