Epson is a Japanese manufacturing company that first started as a watchmaking company in May 1942. The company is based in Suwa, Nagano, Japan. The company manufactures a wide range of products from inkjet, desktop computers, laser printers to television, robots and many other related electronic equipment. The company strives to bring forth the latest technologies by spending $1.3 billion every day in Research & Development. It has numerous subsidiaries worldwide and is one of the largest manufacturers of computer printers, imagining and information-related equipment. Epson introduced the revolutionary ink replacement technology in 2016 that uses separate inkwells instead of print cartridges.

The Workforce 645 is the Workforce series by Epson that features an automatic dual-sided print/fax/scan/ copy system. The series uses the Precision Core printhead technology that has the ability to generate 40 million dots per seconds by a print chip. This technology guarantees outstanding precision and high-quality professional like printing. The Workforce wide-format printers feature borderless prints along with wireless and Wifi direct printing. This allows for easy and quick printing through mobile phones or tablets anywhere. The Workforce series uses 70% lesser energy than other printers and offers a smudge, water, and fade-resistant printing system.

The 645 of the Workforce series is one of the world’s fastest all-in-one printer that boasts of a 250 sheet paper-tray with an extra high-capacity ink cartridge that enables up to 40% lesser printer costs than the color lasers. The product features print speeds of ISO 15 ppm in black and ISO 7.2 ppm in color. It has a 30- page Automatic Document Feeder that quickly scans, copy and fax both sides of the document. The 645 comes with built-in wireless and wired networking system that can connect with any devices. It is ideal for a busy home office due to its high speed, power, and productivity.

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