A cornerstone of Epson's business strategy in Latin America, Brazil is the scene of the company's aggressive printer strategy: the replacement of inkjet laser printing technology. And as part of this plan, the company announced on Monday (26), the release of printers and multifunction EcoTank M3180, M1180 and WorkForce Pro WF-M5299 and WF-M5799.
The WorkForce Pro WF-M5299 and WorkForce Pro WF-M5799 models are outsourced equipment that offer a great reduction in printing costs compared to laser models. They feature PrecisionCore technology and feature an innovative replacement ink bag system with up to 40,000 page yields, greatly reducing the need for intervention.
Compact, the WorkForce WF-M5299 printer features a 2.4-inch LCD panel and prints professional-quality documents at speeds up to 34 pages per minute. The WorkForce WF-M5799 all-in-one features a 4.3-inch touch screen panel and 50-page automatic feeder (ADF). Prints 1200 x 1200 dpi quality documents and speeds up to 34 pages per minute. In addition, it is compatible with wired and wireless networks, as well as PCL1 and PostScript 3, and is available to ship the industry's leading software.
“The market is at a time when companies are seeking to reconcile two factors in their operations: cost reduction and productivity optimization. Laser printing technology has dominated this market in recent years, but with technological advancement, Epson inkjet technology presents itself as a more efficient and economical solution in corporate printing environments, ”said Thiago Ribeiro, business manager. from Epson.
The EcoTank M1180 (printer) and M3180 (multifunction) models feature PrecisionCore technology and start up to 11,000 pages. They have wi-fi direct, ethernet and PCL connectivity, and allow printing with a maximum print speed of 39 pages per minute, plus automatic duplexing. The M3180 all-in-one features a 2.4 inch color touch panel, 35-sheet ADF and fax.
Price and availability
EPSON did not disclose this information.
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