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Issue Date: October 2004

Dell introduces printers in South Africa

1 October 2004

Dell has announced that its printer range is now available in South Africa. Printing is a key element of Dell's strategic initiative to offer complete technology solutions to customers.
Achim Freyer, software and peripherals manager for Dell Regional Markets EMEA, says that one of Dell's strategic objectives is to become a cost-effective global alternative supplier of printer products, consumables and services on a global basis, for both businesses and consumers. Dell intends to do this by building strong worldwide partnerships with existing printer manufacturers to offer a best of breed approach. Dell currently has partnerships with Lexmark, Fuji-Xerox, Samsung and Kodak.
Ben McDonald, client product manager at Dell South Africa advises that Dell's printer range will offer cost-effective, tailored products and services to help customers realise substantial savings in the total cost of printing. Thanks to its direct model, Dell will be able to ease the purchase, ownership and maintenance of printers for its customers.
Dell will be launching the following printers:
* Dell All-in-one 922 Inkjet from R784.00 (excluding VAT and Delivery).
Print, copy, scan in one compact device; includes photo features of borderless printing and optional photo ink cartridge. Features include fast printing; convenience and space savings of several devices in one; excellent photo quality. Product is designed for the home and home office environment.
* Dell Laser Printer 1700/1700n Mono laser from R1568.00 00 (excluding VAT and Delivery).
The Dell Laser Printer 1700 delivers workgroup printer performance in a compact, robust and space-saving printing; the networked 1700n model offers very cost-effective built-in networking for sharing the printer within a workgroup.
* Dell 3000cn Colour laser from R3143,00 (excluding VAT and delivery).
A networked colour-capable laser printer priced competitively with similar-speed monochrome-only products. A robust design including networking as standard, 45 000 page monthly duty cycle, 400 page input capacity and up to 25 ppm A4 black print speed meeting the demands of small workgroups. Easily expandable with optional duplex unit, additional paper trays and memory.
* Dell 3100cn Colour laser from R3694,00 (excluding VAT and delivery).
A networked colour-capable laser printer priced competitively with similar-speed monochrome-only products. A robust design including networking as standard, 45 000 page monthly duty cycle, 400 page input capacity and up to 25 ppm A4 black print speed meeting the demands of small workgroups. Easily expandable with optional duplex unit, additional paper trays and memory.
* Dell 5100cn Colour laser from R7869,00 (excluding VAT and delivery).
A robust colour-capable laser printer offering networking and double-sided print capability as standard, delivering outstanding price-performance in both purchase and running costs to meet the needs of small or large businesses. Robust specifications include print speeds up to 35 ppm A4 black/25 ppm A4 colour, up to 90 000 page monthly duty cycle and 2100 page input capacity.
Dell's printer management utilities, designed to make installation, configuration and reordering of ink, toner and paper easy and efficient, highlight its commitment to simplifying printer management, lowering total cost of ownership and improving overall customer experience. Dell's Printer Web Tool helps users to quickly and easily manage individual printers in a networked environment, its Toner Management System automatically monitors toner and consumables level and proactively alerts customers when the toner is low and Dell's ColourTrack allows administrators to grant colour printing rights to selected users only in order to keep the printing costs down.
For more information contact Dell South Africa, 011 709 7700, fax: 011 709 4547, e-mail: dell_za_internet_sales@dell.com, www.dell.co.za


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