Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Panabiz showcases DP-C264 Workio

Major dealer in office automation and telecom products in the country, Panabiz International Limited, has showcased its latest in stock, the Panasonic DP-C264 Workio digital colour imaging system at an exhibition in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Abuja.

Speaking at the end of a two–day exhibition, the National Sales Manager, Panabiz International Limited, Diwakar Yadavalli, said that the Workio colour multifunction device, comes with enhanced reliability, productivity and security features, in addition to the fastest warm up time of just 15 seconds.

“The new Panasonic DP-C264 colour copier offer network printing and scanning, plus copying and faxing. It is capable of printing and copying both monochrome and colour at up to 26 papers per minute (ppm),” he said.

Yadavalli also said that Panabiz was excited to present its latest in stock and state of the art technology Panasonic colour MFP to the Nigerian market.

This new generation Panasonic colour copier is a very useful tool for the government departments, educational institutions, oil & gas companies, advertising agencies and churches to name a few.

According to the manager, DP-C264 Workio would help such organisations to make beautiful presentations, scan, fax, and e-mail their documents effortlessly.

“The prices of this range of colour copiers are very competitive and affordable with very low cost per copy compared to the products in their range,” he asserted.

Equally commenting, General Manager, CSD, Ashok Kadadi, noted that the new ‘rainbow’ series of Panasonic colour copier has lots of cost saving and efficient features that are a must for today’s modern office requirements.

Kadadi emphasised that the new range of Panasonic colour copier offers cost-effective built-in security features, ranging from daily data deletion and network user authentication to help small or large businesses minimise data breach and loss.

He pointed out that the inclusion of an Secure Digital (SD) card slot provides added convenience and removes the need for a Personal Computer (PC) to transfer images from a digital camera, adding that various formats including Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEGs), Tagged Image File Format (TIFFs) and Portable Document File (PDF) documents could all be printed directly from the SD card.

He further enlightened that the Induction Heating (IH) technologies imbedded in the product means that the DP-C264 is always ready to print, thus making it both energy and cost efficient.

“With colour double exposure and colour digital skyshot, colour copies of double-sided documents such as identity cards can be printed on a single sheet of paper, saving time, paper and toner wastage,” he said.

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