Epson is a Japanese manufacturing company that has its roots as a watch-making company under the name Daiwa Kyogo Ltd ., founded in May 1942. It has its headquarters in Suwa, Nagano, Japan. The company has grown to become one of the world’s largest manufacturers in information, imaging, and computer printers and associated electronic equipment. Suwa Seikosha, which is the predecessor of Epson, launched the first mini-printer in the world, called the EP-101. The company invests 6% of its annual turnover to Research & Development, and it holds the highest number of patents in projectors and inkjet printers.
The Workforce series printer by Epson ensures speed, power, and productivity with its new Precision Core printhead technology. This technology allows generation of up to 40 million dots per second with incredible accuracy, producing professional quality. The Workforce series features the world’s fastest all-in-one printing device with double-sided print/fax/scan/copy printing system. It also features a wireless and WiFi direct printing experience that lets you connect easily with mobile phones and tablets. The series uses the quick-dry DURA Brite Ultra ink for a smudge, fade and water-resistant printing experience. It uses a cost-efficient high capacity ink cartridge that allows savings up to half the printing cost of color laser.
The Workforce 845 is one of the world’s fastest all-in-one printer with print speeds of 7.4 ISO ppm in black and 5.4 ISO ppm in color in case of two-sided printing. For single-sided, its speed is 15 ISO ppm ( black) and 9.3 ISO ppm in color. The product boasts of a 500 pages tray capacity with extra high capacity inks. This allows for up to 40% lesser printing costs than color lasers. The automatic two-sided printing/ copying allows for saving up to 50% of the paper supply. It also includes a 7.8″ touch panel and a 3.5″ LCD.
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