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Press Release －June 5, 2008－
PFU Launches Its Class Leading 90ppm/180ipm A3 fi-6770A, fi-6670A,
fi-6770, and fi-6670 Scanners
PFU Limited (President Fujio Wajima, Tokyo Headquarters, Kawasaki, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan) announced the Japanese launch of its latest A3 high-speed color fi-Series*1 fi-6770A, fi-6670A, fi-6770 and fi-6670 scanners. (Shipments will begin on July 14, 2008)
PFU Limited offers a wide range of Fujitsu brand image scanners that meet users' centralized*3 needs for efficiently digitizing forms, applications and various other types of paper documents.
Two of its latest additions to this class of scanners come armed with hardware utilizing high quality "real time" image processing abilities that further enhance business efficiency. On top of this, the 90ppm/180ipm capable (Color, A4, landscape, 200dpi) A3 high-speed color fi-6770A, fi-6670A, fi-6770 and fi-6670 support the highest scanning speeds in their class*4. Every one of these scanners is waiting for its opportunity to boost business efficiency through speedily digitizing various types of documents.
- Class dominating 90ppm/180ipm speed with high quality image processing (fi-6770A . fi-6670A)
Both the fi-6770A and the fi-6670A come armed with the industry's leading image processing Kofax VirtualReScan (VRS) software and the Kofax CGA image processing board. As a result, both scanners support real-time auto-rotation, auto-color recognition and other powerful features that enable them to scan at an impressive class leading 90ppm/180ipm for ultra-efficient scanning operations.
* Note: The fi-6770 and the fi-6670 standard model scanners process generated image data with software.
- Loaded with"intelligent" functions for efficient operation
All four scanners come loaded with high-end fi-Series functions that further strengthen business efficiency.
a) Intelligent multifeed function
The intelligent multifeed function simplifies pre-scanning preparation and improves efficiency by ignoring documents that tend to trigger false multifeed alerts*5, such as photo and sticky note attached documents.
b) Trapezoid-shaped and tab attached document cropping / punch hole removal functionality
In addition to being loaded with a function that ensures that trapezoid-shaped documents as well as index tab and sticky note attached documents are scanned in their entirety, these scanners support a function that removes circular and angular punch hole representations that are created from scanning loose-leaf sheets, courier service forms and other similar documents.
- Meeting users' needs with an expanded line-up
The dominating fi-Series line-up has been further reinforced with the addition of the hardware utilizing "real-time" image processing fi-6770A and fi-6670A high-end duplex scanners along with the software image processing fi-6770 and fi-6670 standard model duplex ADF scanners.
The further addition of the simplex ADF fi-6750S entry model*6 to the new "gang of five" presents a centralized digitized starting line-up that answers virtually any user's needs.
Visit the fi-Series homepage for more information
URL: http://imagescanner.fujitsu.com/jp/(fi-Series Portal Site)
- Kofax and VRS are registered trademarks of Kofax Image Products, Inc.
- Other products and company names appearing in this press release are the registered trademarks of the respective companies.
(*1) FUJITSU "fi-Series" document scanners are marketed globally as a single brand by PFU Limited, Fujitsu and Fujitsu Group Companies.
(*2) ADF is the acronym for "automatic document feeder"
(*3) Centralized scanning involves the digitizing of all documents at a centralized location. The opposite of centralized scanning is decentralized scanning, which is the process of separately digitizing documents at multiple physically separate company or organization branches, offices or divisions.
(*4) This class includes scanners priced between 600,000 yen and 1,000,000 yen. (This is based upon Infotrends and PFU survey results and stood true as of May 30, 2008)
(*5) Multifeeds occur when a scanner simultaneously feeds two or more documents.
(*6) The fi-6750S is a simplex scanner that is capable of scanning up to 72ppm (A4, landscape, 200dpi)
Management and Planning Department
Sales Department 1, Imaging
Business Sales Division.