Mitsubishi Electric Announces New Economical Compact Dye Sublimation CP-K60DW-S Photo Printer

Mitsubishi Electric Announces New Economical Compact Dye Sublimation CP-K60DW-S 
Photo Printer 
Offering Great Value for Event Photographers and Photo-Booth
IRVINE, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 10/22/13 --   Mitsubishi Electric
Visual Solutions America, Inc. today announced its new, economical
dye sublimation printer, the CP-K60DW-S. Boasting an entry-level
price, the CP-K60DW-S printer is compact and easy to carry, designed
for event photographers on the go and photo booth integrators who
need quick, beautiful, on demand photo prints. The printer will be
shown for the first time in Booth #1211 at PhotoPlus, the largest
photography and imaging show in North America, October 24-26, 2013,
Javits Convention Center in New York City. 
The Mitsubishi Electric CP-K60DW-S features a ribbon rewind function
that is unparalleled in the industry, maximizing the number of prints
per roll when switching between print sizes and/or print counts. This
unique rewind function allows the CP-K60DW-S to print on an unused
portion of the media, which helps users save money. 
"Unlike other printers in its price category, this new CP-K60DW-S
rewind feature lets photographers use every inch of the ink ribbon
media and still produce the best quality print for its price," said
Ed Najera, product manager, Mitsubishi Electric Visual Solutions
America, Inc. "It can add up to real savings."  
Like its higher end counterpart in the Mitsubishi Electric line of
dye-sub printers, the CP-K60DW-S creates brilliant, richly-colored
2x6-, 3.5x5-, 4x6-, 5x7-, 6x6- and 6x8-inch prints, in either glossy
or matte finishes. Users can also choose to print either in fine-mode
or higher density, ultra-fine mode for deeper contrast and higher
Mitsubishi Electric's CP-K60DW-S has a lightweight, compact form
factor that makes it easy for photographers who need high quality, on
demand printing at events like weddings or holiday parties. Its
front-loading design makes changing paper and replacing ink media
simple and straightforward. It also makes the CP-K60DW-S ideal for
integration into a photo booth.  
Mitsubishi Electric's dust-free, enclosed construction means that,
unlike other printers, paper is ejected only when the photo print is
complete, and prints are delivered clear and artifact free. 
Most printers have only two operational modes, but the Mitsubishi
Electric CP-K60DW-S has three energy efficient modes: sleep, power
saver and printing. Sleep mode uses only a half watt of power, a true
miser of energy conservation. The printer also has a fast restart
time and is ready to print in only three seconds. 
"Professional photographers need clear beautiful prints; photo-booth
operators need prints delivered quickly; both need them at an
economical price point. We are very excited about our new CP-K60DW-S
printer. It delivers the goods," said James Chan, vice president,
marketing, Mitsubishi Electric Visual Solutions America, Inc.  
The CP-K60DW-S will be available in November 2013 and comes with
Mitsubishi Electric's excellent service and industry-first Express
Replacement Assistance (ERA) Program, a comprehensive nationwide
service that offers next business-day replacement* for units that are
under warranty. During the initial one-year warranty period, an
optional extended warranty plan can also be purchased to get up to
five years of warranty coverage total. Terms and conditions apply. 
About Mitsubishi Electric Visual Solutions America, Inc. 
Headquartered in Cypress, Calif., Mitsubishi Electric Visual
Solutions America, Inc. is a US subsidiary of Mitsubishi Electric
Corporation of Tokyo, Japan, and is a leading manufacturer of digital
photo printers designed for private, professional and industrial use.
Mitsubishi Electric pioneered its roll-fed mechanism and dye
sublimation technologies. More information is available at Customers may also connect on Facebook and Twitter
In addition to imaging and visual solutions, Mitsubishi Electric US
group companies' principal businesses include factory automation
equipment, semiconductor devices, automotive electrical components,
elevators and escalators, heating and cooling products, solar panels
and systems, electric utility products, and large-scale video
displays for stadiums and arenas as well as display walls for command
and control and digital signage. There are 50 locations throughout
North America with approximately 3,600 employees. 
*where available via FedEx. 
Nancy Napurski
Lionheart Communications
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