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Zoran's Quatro 4050 deployed in Samsung's Myjet series

Posted: 21 Jun 2006 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

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Zoran Corp. announced that its Quatro 4050 highly processor has been deployed in Samsung's Myjet series of inkjet and all-in-one (AIO) printers for the consumer and home office markets.

"Zoran's Quatro 4050 processor provided our new products with the high-quality image processing and fast printing and copying speeds that the consumer market demands," said Young Charles Kim, senior vice president research and development, digital printing division, Samsung Electronics Company.

According to Samsung, Myjet printer models MJC-5700 and MJC-6700 print at 18 to 20 pages-per-minute (ppm) in monochrome and 12 to 13ppm in color. Samsung's SCX-1450 AIO model prints and copies at 20ppm in monochrome and 13ppm in color. All these models support a 4-color ink configuration for printing standard documents and a 6-color configuration for printing photos. The Myjet SCX-1450 AIO printer also offers copy and scan features as well as the ability to print directly from a camera phone, a camcorder or a digital camera using USB PictBridge.

Zoran's Quatro 4050 processor series enables a new class of ultra-low-cost, AIO printers and direct-connect photo printers. It provides OEMs with an embedded scanner analog front-end and a basic feature set optimized for the most cost-sensitive applications.

"Samsung selected the Quatro 4050 processor because it is highly integrated, easily programmable and delivers the ability to quickly bring multiple high-quality inkjet and AIO printer models to the fast growing consumer market," said Simon Dolan, senior vice president and general manager, Zoran's Imaging Division.

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