New Epson Printers Are 40 Percent Smaller Than 2011 Models

2012-12-21 09:53:23

Published on 2012-12-21 09:53:23

Inkjet printers in Epson's new Expression Premium Range are 40 per cent smaller than machines produced by the ink specialist last year.

The firm stated that it developed the systems for maximum usability, collecting and analysing voice-of-the-customer data from previous users in a bid to make them as efficient as possible.

The models measure just 390 mm wide and 141 mm tall, while their front-to-back length is 341 mm, putting them among the smallest printer options available.

When manufacturing the machines, Epson set a target of making them 40 per cent smaller than those currently available on the market.

Despite the company's initial doubts over whether they would achieve the aim, they were capable of meeting the objective.

Smaller printers could be preferred by consumers as many look to increase the amount of space in their properties.

Those who work from home want to ensure they have as much room as possible, which could make the Expression Premium Range especially appealing.

Posted by Canzil Ahmed.

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