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Four printers launched with Melbourne street art, drinks, and a Lamborghini joy ride prize
Fuji Xerox launched its new range of monochrome printers at Melbourne's RTIST Gallery last night. It brands the products as producing "Black Magic."
The vendor said that the new range will allow its channel partners to capitalise on the expanding market segment.
Fuji Xerox staff, partners, customers, street artists, and the media attendees.
A street artist making some final touches to a piece which was completely spray-painted.
Street artists making some final touches to a piece which was completely spray-painted.
Street artist making some final touches to a piece which was completely spray-painted.
The DocuPrint M355 df multifunction printer. Like the full range, this device is a monochrome printer.
The M355 df sitting beside a printed photo of the street artists' work. Guests were asked to contribute by sticking a piece of the art to the wall.
The printer can produce up to 35 pages per minute, has built-in automatic duplex printing, powered by a 533MHz processor. It offers a resolution of 1200x1200 dpi for print, 600x600 dpi for copy, and 400x400 dpi for fax.
The device also has optional wireless connectivity, Gigabit network, and can print and scan to/from a USB.
The M355 df will be available from August for a RRP of $749.
The DocuPrint P355 d single function printer. It's nearly identical to its bigger brother, but, as the name suggests, it only prints.
The P355 d will be available from August for a RRP of $499.
The DocuPrint M255 z is a multi-function device that prints up to 30 pages per minute. It has the same features as the M355 df, but it only features a 295MHz processor.
The M255 z will be available from August for an RRP of $499.
The DocuPrint P255 dw single function printer produces up to 30 pages per minute, has automatic duplex printing, and a 295MHz processor. It offers a resolution of 1200x1200 dpi, and has wireless connectivity.
The P255 dw is currently available for a RRP of $249.
The complete picture; a printed version of the street artists' work put together by multiple sheets of paper freshly printed from the M355 df.
Some more work by the street artists.
The DJ for the night.
Fuji Xerox's Anthony Toope and gadget guy Peter Blasina.
Peter Blasina with the winner of a Fuji Xerox printer.
The first winner of the Lamborghini Gallardo joy-ride, grinning with bragging rights.
The Lambo in all its glory. Worth $430,000 according to the driver/owner.
Another shot of the Lambo - why not?!
The $430k beast reversing out the driveway.
The Lambo being drooled over by attendees.
Ready to go for a spin, from 0 to 100km/hr in 3.4 seconds.
The Fuji Xerox logo spray-painted on a wall.
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