Epson launches world’s smallest all-in-one printer
Epson recently introduced India’s smallest all-in-one printer ME Office 535, which combines compact footprint and environmentally friendly design with the low cost per page of the Epson ME Office range.
Epson recently introduced India's smallest all-in-one printer ME Office 535, which combines compact footprint and environmentally friendly design with the low cost per page of the Epson ME Office range that have been specifically designed to provide business users value through higher performance and lower running cost.
"Last year, Epson committed to grow our business printing market by lowering the cost of printing for our customers through printer models with extremely low cost per page," says Mr. Samba Moorthy, Division Head - Sales & Marketing, Epson India. "This year, we reinforce that commitment by expanding our low running cost models to offer even more capabilities - from space savings, to even lower cost per page for monochrome and colour document printing. We are confident that no matter what our customers' business printing needs are, there is now a perfect Epson inkjet for them to reduce their running costs."
The Epson DURABrite Ultra pigment ink used by the new printers produces ultra-sharp text that is comparable to laser quality and better grayscale graphic prints on plain paper than laser printers. Prints are also smudge, fade and water-resistant. In addition to plain paper, the printers can also print on a wide range of media that laser printers cannot - such as photo paper and specialty media.
Nicknamed the "small-in-one", the Epson ME Office 535 has been specifically designed to help users conserve space with its ultra-compact and attractive-looking chassis. Compared to its predecessor, the Epson Stylus TX220, the Epson ME Office 535 uses 19% fewer components, and is 39% smaller in size and 24% smaller in footprint.
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