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Contex SD4450 Large Format Color Scanner

24 December 2010 7,180 views 8 Comments


Contex is one of the most famous companies known for their inventive and time saving products such as copiers, calculators and printing machines. Contex was founded in 1923 and since then it is a market leader. In the 1980s, the company established Contex Scanning Technology and laid down its first mile stone in 1988 with a black and white, monochrome, large format scanner. After this many scanners were launched and then its most popular series, the 44 inch wide SD Series (SD4410, SD4430, SD4450 & SD4490), was put forward.

Now, it seems really easy to scan technical documents, drawings and maps with Contex scanners. SD4400 series is different with its unique and sleek design and being light weight. These scanners can endure high volume use on a daily basis. Recently, SD4450, one of the members of SD4400 series has been awarded with Wide Format Imaging’s 2010 Readers’ Choice Top Product Award in the 24+ inches wide-format scanners.

In the April 2010 issue of the Wide-format Imaging Magazine SD4450 was featured. It is a monochrome and full color solution for the purpose of large format scanning and copying. It is greatly popular among architects, engineers, GIS professionals and construction companies due to its easy use, superior quality scans and value for the money. It scans with the speed of 10 inches second. It has optical resolution of 1200 dpi with 44 inch imaging area which helps it to produce high quality and clean and sharp scans of technical documents, drawings and maps. It comes with leading-edge software that is fully compatible with your existing tools and business processes. With no doubt, it is the best wide-format scanner with so many features because of which so many companies are turning to Contex for scanning solutions.

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