Mitsubishi Mini DPS Portable Digital Photo Managment and Printing Station
Mitsubishi Mini DPS Portable Digital Photo Managment and Printing Station - Mitsubishi have previewed their Mini-DPS Portable Digital Photo Managment and Printing Station for event photographers and retail applications.
Press Release: Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America, Inc. today previewed the new Mini-DPS System portable digital photo management and printing station that is ideal for event photographers and retail applications. The new Mini-DPS System is a plug and play, hyper-intuitive print management solution that integrates seamlessly with Mitsubishi’s CP-9550DW-U for proven print quality and system reliability. The new Mini-DPS System is now available to a new broader market at an attractive price.
Boasting an elegant, compelling industrial design, the new Mitsubishi Mini-DPS System features a wide variety of camera media inputs including MS/PRO/DUO, MiniSD and XD. Pictures can also be uploaded via a CD/DVD drive and USB port. The easy to use system features a robust flip-up touch-screen, onboard processing for editing and enrichment, passport photo printing and an instant connectivity to the Mitsubishi CP-9550DW-U printer, with multi-cut capability from a 6 x 9in roll of media.
“The Mini-DPS System was designed to target two distinct photo markets,” explained Darla Achey, product marketing specialist, Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America, Imaging Products. “Event photographers will find this new system to be the perfect solution for entering into the highly profitable event photo arena. And retailers of all kinds, even if they are new to the photo business, can use the Mini-DPS System as a cost effective way to add value to their retail operations."
“We’re very pleased to make this print management system available to a new audience of professional event photographers and retailers, and we look forward to providing them with an opportunity to trade up to the market-proven quality and reliability of Mitsubishi print management systems and printers.”
For more information visit the Mitsubishi Imaging website.