Panasonic to rescue

PUBLISHED : Tuesday, 19 September, 1995, 12:00am
UPDATED : Tuesday, 19 September, 1995, 12:00am

GONE are the days when document-filling was tedious and files were frequently misplaced and lost.

The new Panasonic Electronic Filing Systems (EFS) allows users to store information on and retrieve it from 3.5 in rewritable magneto optical disks.

The EFS (Model KV-F51) is an imaging workstation configured as a dedicated filing system, and can be expanded to include fax capabilities, additional optical drives, networking or connection to another computer. Documents can be reproduced using the system's high quality plain paper printer.

Outstanding features include: high-speed scanning, exceptional storage capability (about 3,000 pages per disk); file management; password protection; easy-to-use built-in software; flexible filling; and easy retrieval and printing.

This state-of-the-art product is on display at the Shun Hing Technology Co's showroom at 9/F, Peninsula Centre, 67 Mody Road in Tsim Sha Tsui East, or for inquiries phone2313-0666.

Meanwhile, the demand in the medical field for high-quality video and audio recording and playback facilities is ever increasing. Panasonic's latest hi-fi video cassettes recorder (Model AG-MD830) is designed for this purpose.

It features high resolution S-VHS, 4-channel audio, and highly reliable and durable IQ tape transport mechanism.

The AG-MD830 fully meets the strict requirements of various medical applications (complies with IEC medical and dental equipment standard IEC 601-1), is easy to install and operate, and has great system expandability.

Panasonic is also introducing a series of high resolution colour monitors for use in health care. The 20 in MT-M2080 has a resolution of 700 (Horizontal) lines. This and other monitors meet clinical requirements for safety.