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Feb 29, 2000, 20:08 (1 Talkback[s])

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"Splash Technology, Inc. (Nasdaq:SPLH), a leading international supplier of color servers that transform printing engines into powerful networked printers, announces its first color servers for Canon digital color copiers. Announced today at the On Demand Show in New York, the Splash T200e, T200, and T240 are part of the new Splash T200 product line."

"The Splash T200 product line features a new Splash-Linux architecture based on Splash's advanced compression and color technologies, combined with the Linux operating system and standard Intel processors. By combining the flexibility, efficiency, and reliability of Linux with Splash's underlying technology, this new architecture creates a scalable color solution with incredible price performance for the office, as well as tremendous speed for production environments."

"New design and hardware features on the Splash T200e, T200, and T240 are their very small form-factor case and a touch-screen color LCD located on the server. The LCD is easy-to-navigate and enables fast access to all server functions including job and copier status, job reprinting, and network set-up. The entire server package is very compact and can be easily shelved on the side of the color copier itself."

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