A new era in home photo printing is introduced today as Epson announces the new Epson Stylus Photo PX700W. Exceptional functionality combined with Epson’s renowned quality make the PX700W the perfect home printer for the budding photographer. Featuring an iconic design with clean lines and gloss black finish the PX700W will integrate seamlessly into any living environment.
The Stylus Photo PX700W uses Epson’s Micro Piezo™ print head technology which when combined with Epson Claria™ Photographic Ink ensures that images are life-like, colours are sharp and vivid and that photos produced in just 17 seconds exceed lab quality.
With 95% of European homes owning a digital camera the ability to print lab or better quality photos at home is an essential part of today’s modern, tech savvy lifestyle. The Epson Stylus Photo PX700W is capable of printing photos at high resolution and cost effectively, as individual cartridges mean you only need to replace the colour you use.
In addition to the striking design, with this modern feature-rich product you can print directly from a Pictbridge enabled camera or the integrated memory card reader. Two in-built paper trays enable users to have both plain and photo paper ready for use.
The Stylus Photo PX700W has integrated Wi-Fi and Ethernet connection so it can be accessed by anyone throughout the home. With a compact design and integral scanner and copier functions the PX700W is a multi-function device that also has the capacity to print CDs and DVDs.
Epson Stylus Photo RX700W key features summary:
- Photos exceed lab quality
- Integrated Wi-Fi and Ethernet connectivity
- Stylish and contemporary design
- Highest ever speeds offered from an Epson inkjet printer
- Compact footprint – takes up less space in the home
- Easy to use 6.3 cm colour LCD screen
- Print on a variety of media from plain paper, high gloss photo paper and even CD’s and DVD’s
- 2400 dpi scanner
- Individual ink cartridges - save money, only replace the colour used
- Epson Stylus PX700W, including VAT £199.99 – available 4th September 2008
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