CANON TO LAUNCH NEW COPIER BRAND FOR 1ST TIME IN 9 YEARS

TOKYO, Jul 14, 2009 (AsiaPulse via COMTEX) -- Japan's Canon Inc. (TSE:7751) said Monday that it will release a new line of copiers for the first time in nine years, with the products to hit the market in stages starting in early September.



The company plans to introduce three series, 12 models in all, under the imageRunner Advance brand. The monthly production target for the entire line is 12,000 units. The copiers are to debut in Japan first before being sold globally.

One of the models, the C7065, can copy 60 color A4 pages per minute and will be priced at 3.3 million yen (US$35,534).

Canon designed this next-generation line of copiers to connect with personal computers and other information technology equipment in the office. The copiers can manage digital documents and handle faxes without the need for a separate server, so they are expected to help small and midsize businesses improve work efficiency and lower costs.
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One of our members posted this on the RFG P4P. Here's what I know:

Three different categories covering 12 new systems:

C5000 Series, C7000 Series and C9000 PRO Series:

C5000 Series:

C5035 35ppm
C5035F 35ppm
C5030 30ppm
C5030F 30ppm
C5045 45ppm
C5045F 45ppm
C5051 51ppm
C5051F 51ppm

Same Speed for color and monochrome on the above devices.

C7000 Series:

C7065 60/65 ppm
C7055 55/55 ppm

C9000 PRO Series:

C9075 70/75 ppm
C9065 60/65ppm

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