Epson Shows Off Stylus Pro 7890 And 9890

Posted: Oct 4 2010, 8:14am CDT | by , in News | Hardware & Peripherals

Epson Shows Off Stylus Pro 7890 and 9890
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Epson outs two more pro printers

I mentioned a bit ago that Epson had a new Stylus 4900 printer that it was unveiling. The company is unveiling a couple other new printers that include the Stylus Pro 7890 and 9890 printers. The two are very similar with the main difference being how wide they can print.

Both have a 2.5-inch rotary LCD, rotary cutter, fabric catch bin, and more. They use the new eight-color UltraChrome K3 ink system and MicroPiezo TFP print heads. They can print to roll or sheet paper and more.

Both of the printers are set to ship in December with the 7890 printing up to 24-inches wide for $2995. The 9890 will print up to 44-inches wide for $4995. Both printers also use the AccuPhoto HD screening tech.

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