Evolis celebrates its 10th anniversary with the Pebble Black Edition
Evolis, France, July 2010 - Celebrating its 10th anniversary, Evolis, the European leader in solutions for plastic card personalization, unveils a new edition of its single-sided color printer: the Pebble Black Edition.
Pebble Black Edition: a limited edition with a classy and sleek design
To celebrate its 10 years of success in the market along with Pebble, its flagship printer, Evolis has redesigned it in a unique and classy way.
The Pebble Black edition, available in a basic version, is a limited edition that is shipped with eMedia-Cards CS, an advanced badge design software, as well as consumables (cards and ribbon), ready to personalize 200 cards.
Evolis Pebble: top reliability and quality printing over the past 10 years!
Pebble is the ideal printer to instantly issue color cards on demand or in runs. Pebble matches premium-quality graphics, with fast throughput and autonomy (150 cards per hour in color and 1,000 in monochrome).This printer comes with the latest innovations in consumables and encoding, and therefore, personalizes any type of card. Pebble benefits from world-class technology that supports the most stringent standards for encoding magnetic stripes, as well as contact or contactless smart cards.
The Pebble range proudly carries the stamp of Evolis’ strong commitment to reliability, and benefits from unmatched quality along with a pioneering 3-year warranty (with unlimited number of printed cards).
Governmental agencies, healthcare organizations, educational institutions and banks rely on Pebble to issue secured access control badges, ID cards, payment cards, loyalty cards, transit passes … in a decentralized way. Since 2000, thanks to Pebble, Evolis succeeded in implementing several highprofile projects including: personalization of the Navigo contactless transit passes for the Metro system in Paris; decentralized banking card personalization in bank branches in several countries (South Korea, Greece, Saudi Arabia, …); as well as personalized health cards for millions of people living in India.