The Seiko Epson Corporation, a.k.a. Epson is a  Japanese manufacturing company, headquartered in Suwa, Nagano, Japan. It was first founded in May 1942, as a watch manufacturing company under the name Daiwa Kyogo Ltd., which later started developing and manufacturing the world’s latest technologies in printers and inkjets. The company is one of the largest manufacturers in the world when it comes to computer printers, imaging and information, and other related electronic equipment. The company invests 6% of its annual turnover in Research & Development, which equals to $1.3 billion dollars every single day and strives to bring the latest technologies to its customers.

The Workforce 630 printer is a series that boasts of the PrecisionCore technology by Epson. This technology allows high precision printing by generating 40 million dots per second with a print chip. This technology guarantees professional like photo quality along with using 70 % lesser energy as compared to other normal printers. The Workforce series features a 2 sided fax/scan/copy/print system that allows for 50% saving of paper supply. This series also features a wireless and WiFi direct connectivity with any mobile phone or PC. It gives you a smudge, face, and water-resistant printing system.

The Workforce 630 printer is the world’s fastest inkjet all-in-one printer with high printing speeds of 15 ISO ppm in black and 7.2 ISO ppm in color. It uses the quick-dry DURABrite Ultra ink for smudge-free printing.  The product boasts of a speed dial storage up to 60 numbers along with high speed faxing as fast as up to 3 seconds in both black and color. The 30-page Automatic document feeder enables quick copy and scan of documents. The built-in wifi allows easy and fast wireless printing through any electronic device. The 610 comes with a 1-year limited warranty with quick product exchange facility.

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