Pre-PMA 2004: ColorVision has today announced up to 30% reductions and better on the award winning, state-of-the-art color management systems. The introduction of the SpyderPRO+PrintFIX(TM) bundle, a $578 retail value offered at $449 meets the industry demand for an affordable integrated hardware/ software solution from monitor calibration to printer profiling. "Spyder(TM) product suites are cost-efficient, intuitive add-ons that color correct monitors and printers, saving time, ink and paper, creating great looking out-put," remarks ColorVision's Vice President, Brian Levey.
ColorVision's Affordable Pricing Brings State of the Art Color Management Products toward a Mass-Market Standard; Showcased at PMA Las Vegas - Booth Q100
LAWRENCEVILLE, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb. 10, 2004--ColorVision Inc., a Datacolor company announces up to 30% reductions and better on the award winning, state-of-the-art color management systems for photography, design, desktop and pre-press professionals.
The critically acclaimed ColorVision(R) SpyderPRO(TM), a precise calibration system for LCD and CRT monitors and the newly upgraded PrintFIX(TM), an integrated hardware/ software solution that delivers accurate inkjet printer profiles, have received enthusiastic endorsements from industry and user experts alike.
The introduction of the SpyderPRO+PrintFIX(TM) bundle, a $578 retail value offered at $449 meets the industry demand for an affordable integrated hardware/ software solution from monitor calibration to printer profiling.
"Spyder(TM) product suites are cost-efficient, intuitive add-ons that color correct monitors and printers, saving time, ink and paper, creating great looking out-put," remarks ColorVision's Vice President, Brian Levey. "We know the demand is there, our sales increased exponentially every month last year. Our new pricing and technology captures a consumer market, previously driven by professionals, alone.
Levey continues "SPYDER suite products start at $169, an exceptional value that offers the accuracy and features of much higher priced competitive products. The affordable investment is easily offset by the reduction in wasted time trying to color correct images on an un-calibrated display."
ColorVision offers affordable color matching tools for the professional to the enthusiast user, putting control of the digital darkroom in the hands of the creator.
SPYDER is a monitor calibration tool for the hobbyist, serious amateur or desktop designer and highly desirable for anyone working with digital images for $169(*), and can be found for less at most resellers.
SPYDERPRO is the monitor calibration package for the advanced hobbyist as well as the professional's choice for $249, and can be found for less at most resellers.
PRINTFIX is for professional quality prints. This software/ hardware solution works within Adobe Photoshop and Photoshop Elements for $329(*), and can be found for less at most resellers.
SPYDERPRO+PRINTFIX is a value-added suite that includes FREE DOCTORPRO(TM) for $449(*), and can be found for less at most resellers.
(*) Includes FREE Adobe Photoshop Album
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