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Rebates for Microboards Printers & Publishers Through June

UncategorizedHawksM16 March 2010

The folks at Microboards are offering a rare instant rebate deal on some of their top-of-the line publishers and printers. Whether you’re in the market for your first professional series equipment, need to add additional bandwidth to your existing stock, or need to upgrade, now may be a great time to buy.

Customers who buy a CX-1 Disc Publisher or PF-3 Disc Printer from Microboards between Monday, March 1 and Wednesday, June 30 will receive an instant $200 rebate. Go for the MX-1 or MX-2 Disc Publisher or PF-Pro Disc Printer and you can receive an instant $300 rebate.

The CX-1 Publisher with a 100-disc printing and publishing capacity usually runs about $2,100 and has been considered one of the faster machines on the market, whereas the PF-3 Disc Printer, also a 100-disc capacity, can start as low as $1,600. The CX-1 is versatile in that it can handle CDs, DVDs, and Blu-ray discs, but for a streamlined version, the PF-3 will handle just your printing jobs with high-quality HP resolution.

The MX-1 Publisher typically runs between $2,400 and $2,800 and the MX-3 can cost from $2,600 to $2,800. The Microboards MX series publishers are known for their low cost-per-print ratio, averaging about 11 cents per print, and are ideal for publishers with high volume. The PF-Pro, ranging from about $2,200 to $2,400 is the printer-only version of the MX series for customers who need specific functionality.

Aaron Pratt, the director of marketing for Microboards, says these rebates are a “tremendous opportunity” for all Microboards customers. He reminds everyone that these rebates are instant, so there’s no need to mail in any proof of purchases or receipts.

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