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Xerox DocuColor iGen 3 machine to be acquired

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HYDERABAD, May 21

KGN Xerox, a premier digital document centre in the city, is planning to acquire a Xerox DocuColor iGen3 machine, claimed to be the best hi-end machine ever offered by the documentation company, by 2005.

The machine is priced at Rs 5 crore, Mr Mohd. Akther, chief of KGN Xerox, said, addressing a news conference here.

The documentation centre today introduced `Xerox DocuColor 6060 Digital Color Press', the second machine in India, first one being installed in Bangalore.

"The Rs 2-crore `workhorse' digital press can print 3,600 A4 images per hour with a resolution of 600x600 pixels per inch," Mr G M Ghazi, Product Manager (Production System Groups of Xerox Modicorp Ltd), said.

The documentation company sold 5,000 machines of this make globally since its launch two years ago.

Ideal for short-run printing, the machine comprises `variable data applications' that allows manipulation of printouts tailored to each individual recipient's demographic and purchasing pattern. One interesting feature is that images can be sent through e-mail attachments, which, in turn, can be printed at the other end.

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