Epson unveils new SureColour and Label Printers

2014-01-08 08:27:00

Published on 2014-01-08 08:27:00

Epson is to reveal SureColour printers at the Sign and Graphic Imaging (SGI) Middle East event.

The leading signage, outdoor media and digital printing industries event will run from January 7th to 9th at the Dubai World Trade Centre. Epson announced that the SC-F7000 dye sublimation printer will be the "highlight" of the company's stand, with the machine being the first in its category to have every component designed and manufactured by one business.


Shihab Zubair, business development manager at Epson Middle East, said: "We will showcase Epson’s top imaging solutions, including the latest such as the SC-F7000, the SC-F2000, and the SC-S70610 to our target audience." Mr Zubair went on to say that Middle East companies have shown a keen interest in advanced printing technology, ensuring the latest products and solutions are on par with regional business requirements.


Epson will also showcase the L800 photo printer, which boasts an ultra-high capacity system alongside an integrated ink tank.


Epson has unveiled a new app-enabled label printer for smartphones and tablets.

The LabelWorks LW-600P machine gives users the ability to create a variety of practical and creative labels for their home or workplace, boasting Bluetooth and USB connectivity, along with high print speeds. It boasts tape widths of 6mm to 24mm to enable maximum versatility, along with battery-powered operation for portability and mobility, while AC power means the machine is always on and ready.


Anna Jen, director of new ventures/new products for Epson America, said: "The Epson LabelWorks LW-600P offers users a mobile device accessory that can be used anywhere to create labels for any situation – personal or business. "It reinvigorates an older product category with new features, new types of printable tapes and exciting possibilities that bring enhanced value to the market."


The LW-600P also enables developers to create iOS and Android label-printing apps.


Posted by Canzil Ahmed

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