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MonacoEZcolor For OS X Delivers Desktop ICC Profiling Application

Press release from the issuing company

ANDOVER, Mass.--July 11, 2002--Monaco Systems, Inc., a leader in the field of color management, today announced that it has shipped MonacoEZcolor for Macintosh OS X. The award winning ICC profiling software has been enhanced to satisfy the growing number of Macintosh OS X users. MonacoEZcolor for OS X offers all the features of the most recent version of MonacoEZcolor, which have made the software popular among photographers, graphic artists, fine artists, and other creative professionals and hobbyists. Its ease of use and ability to create ICC profiles for all devices in the color management workflow save users time, money, and the frustration associated with the "trial and error" method. "We are excited about the addition of Macintosh OS X compatibility," said George Adam, CEO of Monaco Systems. "There is no disputing that MonacoEZcolor is now a leader in color management software and will continue to be for years to come. This is just the beginning of our commitment to providing support for Macintosh OS X users, as we will add this capability to all our products in the future." MonacoEZcolor for OS X creates custom ICC profiles for monitors, scanners, and RGB and CMYK printers. Users can fine-tune their printer profiles, using the application's powerful and intuitive profile editing tools. These profiles, as part of a color managed workflow, provide accurate, consistent color between devices and paper types and save the time and expense of trial and error color corrections. The software interfaces with the MonacoSENSOR colorimeter, for accurate monitor calibration. In the past, MonacoEZcolor has won numerous awards from top trade magazines, including: "Recommended Product," PC Pro; "Best Buy," ZDNet; an " Editors' Choice" award, PCPhoto; "Four Stars," Photoshop User; and "Cool 2 for Color Management Software," PEI magazine. For more information on MonacoEZcolor for OS X, please visit: www.monacosys.com/monacoezcolor.html .