Technology | July 19, 2007

New Mitsubishi Hi-Resolution Printers Hit the Market

July 20, 2007 - Scientific Vision Systems (SVS), a distributor of medical and professional video equipment, announced availability of the two new Mitsubishi color printers, the CP-30DW, the digital version, and the CP-30W, the analog version, ideal for medical applications such as ultrasound and endoscopy.

Both printers include an ergonomically designed LED display on the front panel, providing key operating data that is easily read from any angle. The paper tray accommodates up to 80 sheets of S-format paper and 50 sheets of L-format paper. Both printers also include an illuminated paper exit slot.

The dye sublimation technology reportedly meets the highest technical demands for quality imaging including clean lines and extremely sharp images. With 16.7 million colors and 423 dpi resolution (maximum of 1600-by-2100 dots), these printers provide ultrasound and endoscopy professionals with images that are always true to detail.

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