Epson Rolling Out New Stylus Pro Printers
Epson is rolling out two new printers; the Stylus Pro 7890 and the Stylus Pro 9890. Both of the printers incorporate the firm's special ink-repelling coating and auto nozzle verification technologies to help prevent clogged nozzles.
Both devices also boast the eight channel Epson MicroPiezo TFP print head and ePlaten technology to ensure automatic media loading. Commenting on the new printers, Epson America's product manager Reed Hecht said: "With every new generation of printers we continuously strive to reach new levels of performance.
"For years the Epson Stylus Pro 880-series has been the industry benchmark for which all other printers were compared and with the introduction of the 890 series we have once again raised the bar, redefining the future of wide format printing."
Anyone thinking of buying a new Epson printer should make sure they get good quality printer ink as contributors to tech website comners.com have said that cheap ink can ruin printers.
Posted by Barry Ashmore.