Epson Unveils SureLab D700 Mini Desktop Printer
Designed for photo printing, Epson’s first 6 colour photo printer with inkjet technology uses Micro Piezo printheads and Epson ink for sharp long lasting photos.
At the Digital Playground exhibition, Epson will be showcasing its strengths in the photographic printing market with its new mini desktop printer. The exhibition, held from 12 – 14 September at Sydney’s Lunar Park, promotes technology and digital photo imaging products.
Being promoted at the exhibition is the SureLab D700; the desktop version of Epsons SureLab D3000, and like its predecessor, produces photo prints, ID prints, passport photos, menus, awards, cards and fliers. The D700 has been specifically designed to be easy to operate and optimised for commercial photo production. It produces high quality prints in both colour and black and white on gloss, lustre and matte and can produce sizes from 102mm x 89mm to 210 x 1000mm. And what’s more, the D700 can produce a staggering 360 6” x 4” production quality photos per hour.
Also being showcased at the exhibition is the Epson Stylus R3000, the high quality A3+ photographic printer. Renowned for its impressive features such as high capacity cartridges, wireless connectivity and advanced media handling, the R3000 is the go to choice for A3+ professional photographic printing. The R3000 uses Epsons UltraChrome K3 with Vivid Magenta Pigment ink, and, like the D700, uses Micro Piezo printheads for gallery quality prints that feature stunning tones and crisp colours.
Posted by James T. Graves