Technology | May 18, 2009

Sony Launches Compact, Full-Page Dye Sublimation Printer

May 18, 2009 – Sony’s UP-DR80MD medical-grade digital printer, designed to deliver fast and cost-effective performance for a range of advanced surgical and ultrasound applications, is now available.
Compatible with image capture, endoscopic camera and digital ultrasound systems, the new printer delivers 301 dpi, continuous tone output and combines images and text on letter-size media for comprehensive medical reporting.
Designed for convenient medical cart integration, the manufacturer says the UP-DR80MD printer is the smallest full-page, dye-sublimation printer on the market, measuring 12.5 inches (W) x 16.75 inches (D) x 8.13 inches (H). It can also service multiple users from a fixed location with optional network support.
The UP-DR80MD printer provides durable, water-resistant (or smudge-free) prints in less than 72 seconds (not including start-up time and initialization), catering to the needs of demanding medical environments. The unit’s easy-to-use color adjustment feature provides a highly accurate on-screen color preview, enabling precise output. The UP-DR80MD is USB 2.0 compatible and supports Windows 2000, XP and Vista operating systems.
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