Lanier Introduces Digital Solution, Combines Color With Multifunction Ability
Press release from the issuing company
Lanier 2138CMF delivers fast, high-quality printing and copying for workgroups
ATLANTA--April 15, 2002-- Lanier Worldwide, Inc. today launched the Lanier 2138CMF digitalcolor printer/copier/scan/fax system, based on the very successful 2138 color printer engine launched last November.
A versatile document management solution that provides fast, business-class color, high-quality monochrome laser printing and complete multifunction performance -- including digital color and monochrome copying, hard-copy color scanning, optional faxing and optional finishing -- the Lanier 2138CMF will be available immediately.
"The 2138CMF is a versatile multifunctional system designed to replace a multitude of office equipment, including fax systems, color and black-and-white printers, and copiers," said Dominic Pontrelli, vice president of Marketing for Lanier. "Users in any large workgroup need a fast, easy way to produce virtually any document -- whether it's a full-color or monochrome copy or print, or a professionally finished document that blends text with full-color graphics. Combined with faxing and scanning, the end result is maximum productivity."
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