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Fujitsu Scanners Selected as 'Editor's Choice' in Better Buys for Business 2008 Scan-to-File Guide
Date:9/2/2008


Fujitsu Production, Network, Departmental and Workgroup Scanners Recognized by

the Leading Guide for Office Equipment SUNNYVALE, Calif., Sept. 2 /PRNewswire/- Fujitsu Computer Products of America, Inc., a market leader in document imaging scanners and services, today announced that seven Fujitsu scanners earned the "Editor's Choice" designation in the Better Buys for Business 2008 Scan-to-File Guide. The Fujitsu fi-6130, fi-6230, fi-6140, fi-6240, fi-5530C2, fi-5900C and the fi-6000NS were selected among a field of scanning manufacturers for a number of features, including versatility, paper handling, advanced speeds, and superior software bundling. The guide will be published in the September issue of Better Buys for Business.

Better Buys for Business is the leading independent buyer's guide for office imaging equipment, including printers, copiers, multifunctional devices, faxes, and scanners. The publication evaluates hundreds of models from all major manufacturers, but selects only one or two from each category to receive the coveted "Editor's Choice" award -- gifted only after rigorous analysis of functionality and ability. This independent resource aims to aid organizations and consumers in making smarter peripheral purchasing decisions.

The fi-6000NS Network Scanner can be used to scan documents to email, scan-to-networked fax, scan-to-print, or scan-to-network folders, and is regarded as an excellent choice for those who need a top-quality shared scanner. With a low price point and advanced imaging features, the fi-6000NS was selected by the editors because of its rich feature set and network connectivity.

Also recognized for its affordable price tag, the fi-5530C2 was selected for the "Editor's Choice" award because of its flexibility, provided by the TWAIN and ISIS drivers, its light weight, ledger-sized paper scanning, and superior software bundling including Kofax VRS Pro, Fujitsu ScandAll Pro, and A
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