Sony Unveils Digital Color Photo Printer for Medical Industry
Dec 13, 2006
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Sony Electronics launched its latest dye sublimation 8- by 10-inch digital photo printer, which is designed to produce high-resolution images for surgical and radiology applications that do not require a DICOM interface.

The UP-D75MD printer model produces 8- by 10-inch, 300 dpi photos in about 80 seconds, and can print high-definition video images from digital sources, such as a computer or digital capture device, which is used to record footage to removable media.

The printer uses a lamination process to create long-lasting prints that are both water-resistant and fingerprint- and smudge-proof, unlike most digital photo or inkjet printers on the market. Other features include a high-speed USB 2.0 interface and integrated gray balance adjustment capability.

The new model has a cubic design so multiple units can be stacked upon each other for operational efficiency. It also features front-end operation for ease of use.
 

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