Cypress, CA—Mitsubishi Electric U.S., Inc., debuted its newest, premium dye-sublimation photo printer, the CP-D90DW. The compact printer is designed especially for event photographers and photo booth integrators. It is engineered to be easy to use, fast and capable of printing high-quality photos, even in humid weather.
“Our new CP-D90DW has a wide range of features that make this top-of-the-line printer perfect for photo booths, event photography and even retail kiosk or production houses,” said James Chan, director, marketing and business planning at the Visual and Imaging Systems division of Mitsubishi Electric U.S., Inc.
“It’s easy to set up and use, and clients are always astonished by the quality of the prints, especially when they are ready for handling in mere seconds.”
CP-D90DW Key Features
Offering flexible power options, the CP-D90DW printer has two built-in power ports, USB 5V or DC 12V. One can be used to power a control device, which eliminates the need for additional on-site electrical outlets. The printer also works with devices that have low computing power.
Another key feature is its onboard digital image processing. The printer itself optimizes images before printing, so there is no need for computers with powerful graphic cards. “The control device can be extra quick and responsive with an easy user interface that provides a more satisfying user experience,” noted Chan.
Additionally, users can print six photo sizes from one spool. The printer “offers cost saving and workflow efficiency” with its rewind function.
Users can print 300-dpi images, glossy or matte. And they can maximize the number of prints per roll when switching between print sizes and/or print counts. The rewind function allows the CP-D90DW to print on an unused portion of the media, helping users save money.
While humid conditions can be the bane of outdoor event printing, Mitsubishi incorporated a sensor into the CP-D90DW that automatically adjusts for humidity to create stable high-quality photos.
Furthermore, the image-analyzing engine of the photo printer is engineered to automatically evaluate image data and execute the fastest print speed for that image. For example, light color images print faster than dark or densely colored images. There is no need for any user intervention in tweaking contrast or adjusting color balance.
The printer also sports a compact form factor. Its built-in cable channel offers a tidy installation, even in tight spaces like stand-alone kiosks.
Mitsubishi Electric U.S. expects to ship the CP-D90DW in September. It will come with a three-year limited warranty on parts and labor, with Express Advance Replacement during the first year. me-vis.com