Digital color printer

March 1, 1998
D&S Video Warehouse introduces the first digital color printer that actually fits inside a standard 5.25" drive bay slot. The size of a CD-ROM player, the 24-bit, TWAIN-compliant printer produces stunning, high-gloss pictures in over 16.7 million colors. The printer installs easily in just 20 minutes and the Windows 95 drivers and application software are easy to use.

D&S Video Warehouse introduces the first digital color printer that actually fits inside a standard 5.25" drive bay slot. The size of a CD-ROM player, the 24-bit, TWAIN-compliant printer produces stunning, high-gloss pictures in over 16.7 million colors. The printer installs easily in just 20 minutes and the Windows 95 drivers and application software are easy to use.

The price is affordable - you can have a printer in every operatory PC and not have to wait on a centralized printer.

The printer can be assigned to work with all software programs that store and display intraoral color images and digital X-rays. You can print pictures from digital cameras, photo CDs, scanners and the Internet.

For additional information, call D&S Video Warehouse at (916) 852-7283.

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