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Fargo releases new Persona C30 printer

Chris Corum   ||   Sep 09, 2005  ||   

A new low cost, compact card printer from Fargo called the Persona C30 is now available. The C30 is designed for environments needing “high-quality plastic ID cards without high-security features.”

New Persona C30 Card Printer Features Convenience and Simplicity

Single- or Dual-Sided Printer Offers Outstanding Value

Minneapolis, MN (September 9, 2005) – Fargo Electronics, Inc. (NASDAQ: FRGO), a global leader in secure technologies for card identity systems, today announced the introduction of the Persona C30 Card Printer. The Persona C30 is designed for organizations such as K-12 schools, small corporations, clubs or recreation facilities that need high-quality plastic ID cards without high-security features. The C30 will be marketed under the Persona by Fargo brand.

The C30 has been designed with customer convenience in mind. An easy-loading, all-in-one ribbon cartridge saves time and eliminates the mess and expense of torn, wasted ribbons. In addition, a card cleaning roller is integrated into the ribbon cartridge to assure clean card stock and high-quality prints.

With a Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price of $2295 for single-sided printing, and $3995 for dual-sided printing, the C30 is an affordable entry-level printer. An optional magnetic stripe encoder is also available.

“The Persona C30 provides performance and reliability in a card printer at a much higher level than its price would suggest,” said Andy Vander Woude, Fargo’s director of product marketing for secure printer/encoders. “With its convenience features and two-year warranty, the C30 is an outstanding value.”

About Fargo

Founded in 1974, Fargo Electronics is a global leader in the development of secure technologies for identity card issuance systems, including secure card printer/encoders, materials and software. The company has sold more than 100,000 systems in the U.S. and over 80 other countries worldwide. Fargo card issuance systems reduce vulnerabilities and potential for loss of time, money and lives by continually improving the security of identity credentials. Fargo provides physical, information and transaction security for a wide variety of applications and industries, including government, corporate, national IDs, drivers’ licenses, universities, schools and membership. Based in Minneapolis, Minn., Fargo markets its products through a global distribution network of professional security integrators. For more information about Fargo, visit www.fargo.com.

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