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Friday, March 21, 2014

Epson Introduces New WorkForce Pro Printer Models

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New business color printer and MFP range with 75,000-page ink cartridges to be available from Epson, with release date yet to be confirmed.

Techradar reported on the new "game changing" WorkForce Pro printer and MFP range unveiled by Epson, which are equipped with a new Replaceable Ink Pack System (RIPS) technology that means users will be able to print up to 75,000 pages before needing to replace the ink cartridges.

The range consists of four models "exclusively available through select print service partners" under MPS agreement – the WorkForce Pro WF-5690DWF and WF-5620DWF MFPs and WF5190DW and WF-5110DW color printers; all of which come with Epson's piezo-electric technology, PrecisionCore, which purportedly "doubles print quality while doubling print speeds".

The devices have a default color print speed of 30 ppm and a mono print speed of 34 ppm; with the MFPs also able to scan at 19 ppm with a 35-page duplex automatic document feeder (ADF). They also feature color touchscreen displays. All four devices have a maximum duty cycle of 35,000 pages per month, but with Epson estimating that "the bulk of the business printers will churn between 1500 and 2,500 pages per month", the ink could last for "up to four years" which is "well beyond the average printer life expectancy".

Source: Epson introduces new WorkForce Pro printer range

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