Canon Adds New Entry-Level Wide-Format Printer
Canon U.S.A. today introduced its new imagePROGRAF TA-20 MFP L24ei wide-format color inkjet printer, which is now available through Canon authorized dealers, shipping with a total of 330 ml ink.
The 24″ wide system with scan-to-copy and file, is designed for small businesses, teachers, architects, engineers, as well as for consulting firms, and for low-volume, entry-level customers in general.
Canon notes that, according to its Canon Print for Action survey, developed by Ipsos, 76 percent of Americans say the quality and graphics of print is what captures their attention.
Using SingleSensor Technology, the imagePROGRAF TA-20 MFP L24ei scanner includes integrated control panels that are said to enable customers to operate the scanner simply and easily. Canon says this scanner technology helps to provide consistent, better color accuracy with more detail in shadows and highlights than a staggered contact image sensor (CIS) scanner. The system can also scan single documents into a multi-page PDF.
As 44 percent of Americans say they hang up posters to personalize their space, according to the Canon Print for Action survey, Canon implements two key features, LUCIA TD Pigment Ink and PosterArtist Lite, standard into this printer to provide customers with the opportunity to produce and design high-quality images, posters, and office documents. PosterArtist Lite allows customers to easily design and print posters, while LUCIA TD Pigment Ink is able to bring these designs to life through its ability to print on a wide variety of media including water-resistant media for short-term outdoor signage.
The imagePROGRAF TA-20 MFP L24ei also features the ability to print a 24″ x 36″ poster in as fast as 27 seconds on plain paper using Fast (Q5) mode. Its air-feeding system helps the paper to remain level throughout the printing process in order to reduce wrinkles and paper jams. Designed with a small footprint and quiet print modes, Canon says this solution serves as a great device that can help meet the needs of small businesses.
For more information and complete specifications, visit Canon here.
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