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Epson launches branded ink tank system printers

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Epson, a player in digital imaging announced the arrival of its genuine branded ink tank system printers: the L100 Inkjet printer and the L200 Inkjet All-in-One for India and a few key Southeast Asian countries.

The launch happened at the annual nSolution partner engagement programme held in the city targeting system integrators, corporate resellers and office automation partners. The new printers feature Epson original Ink tanks that help users increase productivity and save on printing costs.

The printers come with a starting set of one black 70 milli litre ink bottle that can print 4000 black pages and three 70 milli litre colour ink cartridges that can print 6500 colour pages.

With each set of one black and three colour inks, the printers offer a low cost per page of only 10 paise per black page and 20 paise per colour page. In addition, each new unit comes with two additional black ink bottles.

The Epson Micro Piezo™ print head found in the Epson L100 and L200 achieves a maximum print resolution of 5760 x 1440 dpi and its variable size droplet technology (VSDT) allows the print head to eject ink droplets in three sizes.

“Epson is always innovating to provide affordable, yet high performance printing solutions to help our customers lower their cost of printing, and the Epson L100 and L200 are the latest results of our efforts. These printers were conceived especially keeping the typical Indian consumers requirements in mind,” Samba Moorthy, senior general manager, sales and marketing, Epson India.

The Epson L100 and L200 have features like the Epson’s fast ink top-up technology, integrated ink tubes and a special choke valve, all of which allow for easy ink refilling.

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