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Tuesday, October 10, 2006
Canon Introduced the imageRUNNER 5000V


Built on the trusted reliability of Canon imageRUNNER product offerings, the imageRUNNER 5000V delivers fast output speeds of up to 50 pages-per-minute black-and-white, based on letter-sized output, with support for copy, print and scan functions, while at the same time offering superior image quality, network integration and finishing capabilities

Canon U.S.A. today introduced the imageRUNNER 5000V, an economical multifunction imageRUNNER Factory-Produced New Model for high-volume corporate departments.

"The imageRUNNER 5000V is designed to deliver an affordable multifunction solution that can easily - and economically - handle the high-volume needs of busy corporate departments," said Tod Pike, senior vice president, Imaging Systems Group, Canon U.S.A.. "With its 'imageRUNNER Factory Produced New Model' designation, the imageRUNNER 5000V contains new, reconditioned or recovered parts and fully meets new product performance and reliability specifications - further promoting Canon's commitment to the environment and reducing waste by increasing the lifecycle and value proposition offered by office products."

As a powerful networked device, the imageRUNNER 5000V model provides standard network printing and scanning for busy multiuser environments. An embedded print controller enables enhanced 2,400 X 600 dots-per-inch (dpi) print resolution for superior image quality and provides support for popular PCL5e/6 and emulated PostScript 3 page description languages. Also, using Canon's Network ScanGear utility, users can scan and "pull" hard-copy-based information into existing workflows.

For uninterrupted productivity, the imageRUNNER 5000V model offers a five-way paper feeding system with a 4,150-sheet maximum capacity. The device's standard Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) allows for the quick feeding of up to 100 one- or two-sided originals for increased productivity.

The imageRUNNER 5000V also offers an optional Finisher to produce professional-looking documents with ease. This finishing option offers multi-position stapling, optional hole-punching and a 2,000-sheet capacity for long-run job output.

The imageRUNNER 5000V will be available from authorized Canon U.S.A. dealers and Canon Business Solutions locations immediately with a suggested retail price of $13,000. The imageRUNNER 5000V joins Canon's existing imageRUNNER product family to provide an even more versatile selection to suit a wide range of environments.


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