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Three Xerox Products Claim PC Computing 1998 MVP Awards

 

DocuPrint N32, WorkCentre XD100, Pagis Pro 2.0 Excel in Magazine's Rigorous Testing

LAS VEGAS, Nov. 18, 1998 -- Xerox Corporation (NYSE:XRX) announced today that it won three prestigious PC Computing 1998 Most Valuable Product awards:

  • The DocuPrint N32, the industry's first 32 page-per-minute office printer, won the High-Speed Network Laser Printer category;
  • The Xerox WorkCentre XD100, a state-of-the-art digital copier and laser printer in a single unit, won in the Digital Copier Category;
  • Pagis Pro 2.0 from ScanSoft, Inc., a Xerox company, won in the Document Manager category. It is the first scanning suite to offer professional-level OCR, document management, one-button color copying and full featured photo editing.

The N32, XD100, Pagis Pro 2.0 and other MVP award winners were honored at PC Computing's 10th annual MVP awards ceremony, held Nov. 15 in Las Vegas. The MVP Awards ceremony has long been considered the unofficial kickoff for the COMDEX/Fall technology industry trade show.

"The DocuPrint N32, WorkCentre XD100 and Pagis Pro 2.0 have been judged best in class by our tough panel of editors, uncompromising technology experts," said PC Computing editor Wendy Taylor. "The N32 and XD100, respectively, are the high speed network laser printer and digital copier of choice for business technology buyers because they give business professionals a strategic, competitive advantage in the workplace.

"Pagis Pro 2.0 is the document manager of choice for consumers, SOHO and business users because it provides the widest range of features and the most elegant interface in its category," Taylor concluded.

The Xerox N32 and XD100 and ScanSoft's Pagis Pro 2.0 are showcased at the Xerox COMDEX booth (L-1048). Winners will be featured in the January 1999 issue of PC Computing and will also be posted on the PC Computing home page at www.pccomputing.com.

The N32 and XD100 are products of the Xerox Channels Group, which was created specifically to meet the needs of both the retail and office channels by providing personal and networked office document solutions. ScanSoft, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Xerox Corporation that develops and markets software for scanning, editing, cataloging, and communicating paper documents and photos.

Xerox Contact
Ed Gala
(716) 422-9165
edward.gala@usa.xerox.com

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