Epson Launches Sophisticated New Printers PX720WD and PX820FWD

2010-08-26 09:07:51

Published on 2010-08-26 09:07:51

Printer ink maker Epson has this week launched its advanced Stylus Photo PX720WD and Stylus Photo PX820FWD printers.

Utilising Wi-Fi and Ethernet technology, the all-in-one inkjets will give users quality prints that, the firm claims, are of better definition than those produced in the lab.

Functional with Epson's Claria photographic printer ink, the PX720WD has a 6.3cm screen and easy-to-use navigation panel, and users can also sync the printer with memory cards, USB keys and PictBridge-enabled cameras (eradicating the need for a PC), allowing them to select and edit images directly from these devices.

The PX820FWD can print, scan and copy in high definition, and comes packed with features including Wireless N technology, automatic document feeder and double-sided printing.

Simon Hanly, product specialist at Epson UK, said: "The Epson PX720WD is a great choice for users who want the practicality of an all-in-one printer combined with better-than-lab-quality photo printing. In addition, the Epson PX720WD features Wi-Fi and Ethernet connectivity, making it the perfect option for those who want the flexibility to share the printer with others in the home."

 Posted by Johnny McMaster.

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