Saturday, 19 September 2009

Epson Intros New Artisan 710, 810 All-In-Ones Built-In Wi-Fi, Ethernet Networking, Automatic Two-Sided Printing

I have always been a fan of Epson printers. I can still remember how
cool I felt back in 1994 when I bought their first-ever Epson Stylus
Color inkjet printer. I paid almost $400 for it back then (ach) but the
quality was amazing. No one else had 720 dpi back then. Epson America
continues to drive printing innovation with its new line of Artisan
all-in-ones - the Artisan 710 and Artisan 810 - designed for everything
from creative projects to afterhours work from home. Both of the new
offerings feature built-in Wi-Fi and Ethernet networking, automatic
two-sided printing, blazing fast performance, and a host of unique

The latest all-in-ones from Epson have some pretty cool features like
printing wirelessly from an Apple iPhone, charging a cell phone or MP3
player from the front USB port, and saving 50 percent more paper with
automatic two-sided printing. The Artisan 810 offers built-in color fax
with an Auto Document Feeder and a smart 7.8-inch touch screen for added
convenience and productivity.

Using the convenient front panel features, consumers can easily preview,
select, enhance, and print photos without a computer. The flagship
Artisan 810 boasts a 7.8-inch smart touch panel and 3.5-inch color LCD
that lights up only the buttons needed, while the Artisan 710 has an
easy-to-use control panel with 2.5-inch LCD.
The Artisan 710 and 810 offer full-featured scanning and copying and
distinctive standalone photo capabilities to print photos with or
without a computer, supporting all popular memory card types and USB
Flash drives. Both models offer built-in Automatic Photo Correction that
can be previewed before printing, as well as automatic red eye removal
and the ability to restore color to old, faded photos.

Both Artisan models blaze through printing tasks faster than
competitors, printing a lab-quality 4×6-in photo in as fast as 10
seconds. They also deliver maximum print and copy speeds of up to 38 ppm
in black and color, and laser-quality speeds of up to 9.5 ppm black and
9.1 ppm color.

The Artisan 710 ($179.99) and Artisan 810 ($299.99) are currently
available through major computer, office and electronic superstores, a
variety of retail stores nationwide, mail order, PC manufacturers, the
Internet, and Epson's retail site, Don't look now,
but according to the Epson website, they're both sold out already!

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