WeP launches two new printers

By : |October 21, 2008 0

BANGALORE, INDIA: WeP Peripherals, India’s leading peripherals company has recently unveiled the latest products in the printers’ category, namely LQ DTI 3330 and EX DTX 3370. The printers have been launched under the concept of ‘Multiple Stationary Printing on 5 Paper Path Printer’. The products are targeted at financial institutions, banks, small & medium enterprises, corporate warehouses, manufacturing companies and the state & the central government.

The most important features of these two models are:

* Dual Tractor: for continuous stationery. The stationery can be pre loaded and the printing can be changed from one stationery to the other with just the flick of a lever. This results in complete ease of use especially in areas like banking, warehouses etc where the end users may not actually be the technical personnel.
* Five paper paths. As pictorially described above, this printer gives the options of loading paper through five different paper paths.
Both these product have several unique features and support inputs for printers varying between 150 V to 270 V, ensuring the printer performs even in the rural areas where power fluctuation is a routine. The features include a 64 KB input buffer which ensures faster PC freeing time, and a durability of 6000 power on hours(POH) which enable long hours of printing. They also come with a ribbon life of 3 million characters which gives it a better life.


The LQ DTI 3330 supports 330 characters per second (cps) for printing, while Ex DTX 3370 supports 370 cps. The price of LQ DTI 3330 printer is Rs 15,000 while Ex DTX 3370 printer costs Rs 11,520 with one year standard warranty.  The printers come with an option of simultaneously loading two sets of stationary on a single printer. 

Ramdinsanga Saiwi, Marketing Manager, WeP Peripherals said “With the the boom in financial / banking sector and the retail segment, it is a huge challenge for us to position printers in the dot matrix category. We believe we have enormous potential to place our products especially in semi urban areas where financial co-operatives are growing at a rapid pace”


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