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    Canon U.S.A. Introduces The imagePRESS C1+ Featuring Clear Toner
    Upon its Industry Leading imagePRESS Product Line, the imagePRESS C1+
    Expands Design and Printing Options with Unique, New Clear Toner Feature
    Oct  2008 — Canon U.S.A., Inc., a global leader in digital document
    imaging and office solutions, today introduced the new imagePRESS C1+,
    the first color device with clear toner for the light production and
    proofing markets. Based on the acclaimed imagePRESS C1, the imagePRESS
    C1+ continues to produce the highest quality color proofs, layouts and
    graphic imagery with the added feature of clear toner to offer exciting
    new possibilities for design.

    Boasting remarkable image quality
    at true 1200 x 1200 dots-per-inch (dpi), the imagePRESS C1+ enables
    users to produce crisp and clear colors with every printing job. With
    printing speeds up to 14 pages-per-minute (ppm) for color jobs, and up
    to 60 ppm for black-and-white and up to 40ppm for clear printing jobsI,
    the new imagePRESS has the ability to handle a wide range of paper
    stock including coated and textured stocks. To accomplish this, the
    Canon C1+ incorporates a unique paper management system called the
    Media Library, which can be customized for each stock used, allowing
    printing environments to save templates for future and repeat printing
    jobs. With the addition of the clear toner and the various paper
    descriptions, the imagePRESS C1+ opens up many possibilities for the
    printing markets.”The use of a clear toner in the imagePRESS C1+
    expands what we are able to offer customers in the printing market,”
    said Tod Pike, senior vice president, Imaging Systems Group, Canon
    U.S.A. “The ability to produce consistent color reduces the need for
    multiple prints, bringing down overall printing costs. In addition, the
    clear toner enables designers and graphic arts professionals to expand
    their capabilities and offer a wider array of innovative printing
    solutions. This new model will further establish the Canon imagePRESS
    line as an industry leader.”

    The unique clear toner feature of
    the Canon imagePRESS C1+ introduces to the creative market a visual
    texture treatment that expands design capabilities. From subtle
    delicate suggestions to a bold creative image, this affect impacts the
    message to the market.Additionally, the new clear toner feature on the
    imagePRESS C1+ makes it an appealing option for corporate environments
    that are looking to add security features such as watermarks to their
    documents, without distracting or altering the design elements.Like its
    predecessor the imagePRESS C1, the new Canon imagePRESS C1+ will
    produce the highest quality colors through the use of the V-Toner which
    has a large color spectrum to allow for accurate color reproduction,
    while the small toner particle size, averaging 5.5 microns in size,
    produces brilliant and ultra sharp details.The Carbone Smolan Agency
    (CSA), a New York City design and branding agency, was selected to
    “test drive” the new imagePRESS C1+ because of its reputation and
    history for producing innovative graphic arts and its passion for ink
    on paper. The CSA team found advanced applications and design methods
    that further expanded the capabilities of the new imagePRESS C1+ and
    demonstrated the true strength of the product.

    “The exceptional
    print quality, endless paper options and simulated spot varnish
    technique enables us provide seductive, finished looking prototypes for
    our client design presentations,” said Carla Miller, CSA’s Design
    Director. “We can even produce short-run final printing that holds its
    own with traditional offset printing,” she added.Recognizing that the
    actual press is only part of a printing solution, Canon U.S.A. offers
    three print controllers for the imagePRESS C1+ that are able to handle
    graphic demands ranging from entry-level graphic and design to
    intensive graphic and variable data files. Depending on an
    organization’s graphic and printing needs, there are a number of print
    controller options for the imagePRESS C1+. Those options include the
    imagePRESS Server Q2v2 which is offered for the most intense, high-end
    users, the imagePRESS Server T1v2 for mid-level printing needs, and the
    UFR II/PLC/PS Kit-P2 for firms that require high-quality printing and
    color tools, but are not graphic centric environments.

    With its
    open architecture and cross platform color management capabilities, the
    Canon imagePRESS C1+ makes color management easy. Creative teams can be
    at ease as the imagePRESS C1+ seamlessly integrates with all desktop
    color management solutions, supporting the Adobe Creative Suite and
    QuarkXpress, and print drivers that are both Mac and PC
    compatible.Canon will start accepting orders for the new imagePRESS C1+
    in late October, and shipping will tentatively set for mid-November,
    2008. The imagePRESS C1+ will be available through authorized Canon
    U.S.A. dealers with a manufacturers suggested retail price (MSRP) of