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Additional eco printers launched

Following the success of its EcoTank range, Epson has announced the launch of two new models.

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Two new models have been added to Epson’s EcoTank range

Designed to be durable, fast and energy efficient, the range provides a low-cost solution for high volume printing of black and white documents.

The ET-M1170 and ET-M2170 complete the firm’s portfolio of ink tank systems.

Users are able to print up to 11,000 pages in black from the bottles provided with the printer, providing “an extremely low” cost per page.

An alternative to laser printers, the printer features a large refillable tank of ink bottles, rather than toner.

The design of the printers has been carefully considered and feature a compact footprint and a tank at the front to enable easy monitoring of ink levels.

These new EcoTank mono models will build on that success, by providing users and small businesses, such as car garages and small accountancy firms, a solution to dramatically reduce their cost per page

Chris Jones, product manager of Epson Europe, comments on the new models: “Our colour ink tank system printers have reached more than 30 million sales worldwide as they’ve proved such a reliable, cost-effective and efficient printing system.

“These new EcoTank mono models will build on that success, by providing users and small businesses, such as car garages and small accountancy firms, a solution to dramatically reduce their cost per page.”

Each specific model offers its own features such as double-sided printing, automatic document feeder, 150 sheet or 250 sheet trays and a selection of connectivity solutions from USB to ethernet.

If you have any news, please email carys@linkpublishing.co.uk or join in with the conversation on Twitter and LinkedIn.


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