Epson Launches Three New Printers

Posted: Aug 15 2007, 2:09pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 3:21am CDT, in News | Hardware & Peripherals

 
Epson Launches Three New Printers
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Epson officially launched three new printers today with different features and price points. The first printer is the Epson CX9400Fax which copies, scans, faxes, and prints. The built-in fax modem is a 33.6 Kbps unit and the printer has a built-in 30-page document feeder. The best part is that the printer only costs $149.

The Epson CX8400 retails for under $100 and offers print speeds on black documents of 32 ppm and can print borderless 4x6 prints in 26 seconds. The printer also has a 2.5” LCD display for viewing and printing photos without a PC.

The final printer is called the CX7400 which sells for under $70. This basic printer can print black text pages at 28 ppm and can also print 4x6 borderless color photos in 27 seconds.

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