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First for Epson
Epson has announced its first 12 colour large-format printers offering their widest ever colour gamut with 99 per cent Pantone coverage.
The SureColor SC-P7500 (24-inch) and SC-P9500 (44-inch) are ideal for artists and photographers, as they offer reliable reproduction for professional proofing and rapid throughput for high-volume production. The two large format  printers are complemented by Epson’s newly-developed UltraChrome Pro12 inkset, with K3 technology, which outputs both black inks simultaneously, and includes orange, green and violet,  giving the user impressive  colour accuracy.

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Adaptive CMYK Plus Technology
Adaptive CMYK Plus Technology
Xerox has developed Adaptive CMYK Plus Technology designed for the Xerox PrimeLink C9065/C9070 Colour Printer and the Xerox Colour C60/C70 Printer.
Adaptive CMYK Plus Technology is an accessory that has been engineered to augment the traditional cyan, magenta, yellow and black (CMYK) offering. For the PrimeLink C9065/C9070, an entry-level production printer, it expands the device’s colour capabilities with fluorescents, gold, silver, white and clear embellishments when needed. A similar accessory for the C60/C70 also offers printers beyond CMYK capabilities with metallics, white and clear.
The new PrimeLink C9065/C9070 is designed to flex to meet the needs of both busy offices and production environments. The printer includes a  10-inch touchscreen, making it easy to access general functions as well as cloud and productivity apps that automate tasks for the mobile, always-connected office worker and professional user alike. The PrimeLink C9065/C9070 delivers bestin-class performance with 2400 x 2400 dpi colour image quality, outstanding fine-line detail, images, colour transitions and colour accuracy.
ARMOR strengthens  MPS offer
ARMOR is strengthening its presence in the MPS market by developing a new range of cartridges for HP’s top selling colour and mono products.
The company offers three different yield options for the mono HP LaserJet Enterprise M607 and 608 printers and has added eight new colour cartridge references for the HP LaserJet M652 and M681 printers. The colour series comprises four toners with a yield of 12,500 pages for black and 10,500 pages for cyan, magenta and yellow.
In addition its high-capacity CF460X series, remanufactured for the HP LaserJet M652 printer have the same yield as the OEM cartridges, 27,000 pages for black and 22,000 pages for colour.
Teamline protects meeting room investments
Teamline, part of the StarLeaf umbrella, is introducing a new agnostic meeting room solution which gives users a direct and easy way to join Microsoft Teams, Skype for Business, Cisco Webex, Zoom, BlueJeans and StarLeaf meetings.
MultiJoin transforms any Teamline equipped meeting room into a platform-agnostic collaboration space. It also enables organisations that use Skype for Business to transition at their own pace, without impacting users, ripping out meeting room systems or increasing costs.
High quality large format printing
Canon claims the new imagePROGRAF PRO Series makes high quality large format printing easier than ever. The range includes five models all of which feature new levels of automatic media handling and more smart workflow options.
Junichi Wachi, Director of LFP EMEA, Canon Europe said: “Print is about getting ideas down on paper. The faster and more easily you do it, the better. We’ve spent a lot of time talking to our large-format customers about what slows the process down. Complicated media handling tops the list. So streamlining the process was a design priority on the new imagePROGRAF PRO printers, increasing profitability and boosting the bottom line. This is a great improvement especially for the PRO-4100S and PRO-6100S which have been designed with the high productivity print-for-pay market in mind.”

Xelion certifies Panasonic devices

Certification for Panasonic devices
Certification for Panasonic devices
Xelion UK has certified the Panasonic range of SIP communications devices for use with its Unified Communications cloud solution. The partnership combines the latest cloud communications innovation for business with Panasonic’s leading range of trusted communications systems.
Xelion UK Managing Director Dave Reynolds, said: “Xelion is focusing on longterm partnerships with quality vendors such as Panasonic. The integration of Panasonic deskphones with our solution will deliver customers the perfect VoIP solution.”
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