Magicard Launches New Enduro ID Card Printer

Nov. 12, 2007
Enduro ID card printer offers single and upgradable dual-side card printing

Magicard, the ID card printer division of Ultra Electronics Group, the international defense, aerospace and security group, launches the Enduro card printer, a single to double sided upgradable ID card printer.

Smart design and flexibility Flexibility when you need it and where you need it at an affordable price. The Enduro can be upgraded instantly from single to dual-sided card printing with a simple drop-in upgrade kit. The Enduro incorporates all the latest technologies, from the ISO magnetic stripe encoding option to Magicard's renowned patented visual security features, the HoloKote anti-counterfeiting watermark available in 4 standard designs.

An office environment Designed as much for occasional printing as well as volume customization, the Enduro is equipped with a 100 card capacity feeder.

Another innovation, its manual card feeder which also comes as standard, makes the Enduro an ideal front-desk printer.

With an attractive style and color changing LCD display with buttons, an USB interface and Microsoft plug & play driver, the Magicard Enduro is all round easy to use, from installation to upgrade.

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