Epson is a global technology leader in manufacturing computer printers, inkjets, dot matrix, home theaters, and even robots. A Japanese company that was founded in 1942 as a watch manufacturing company, Epson has developed to become one of the largest manufacturers of printers and information related electronic equipment. It has its headquarters in Suwa, Nagano, Japan. The Company has developed the world’s first compact, lightweight digital printer, the world’s first photo-quality inkjet-printer and also the world’s first quartz watch. The company has a total of about 86 companies with more than 80,000 employees globally. Epson holds the highest number of patents in inkjet printers and projectors worldwide.
The Workforce Pro series has been engineered, keeping in mind small businesses through its cost-efficient, high speed, and reliable technology. The PrecisionCore technology is used in this series that ensures minimal environmental impact with high-speed printing and excellent print quality. This technology generates 40 million dots per second with maximum accuracy, producing professional-quality printing. This model also uses Epson’s piezo system that uses controlled mechanical pressure to eject ink. This ensures lesser energy consumption of up to 96% since no heat is used in the process, and there is no warm-up time.
Powered by the PrecisionCore technology, the Workforce Pro WF 3720 model performs beyond laser and is apt for small offices. It comes with a 250 paper sheet capacity, thus reducing the need to replace paper often. It comes at high printing speeds of 20 ISO pp in black and 10 ISO ppm in color. This product offers up to 30% lower printing costs as compared to color lasers. It comes with numerous convenient features such as a 35 pages automatic document feeder, a 2.7″ color touchscreen and an auto dual-sided printing. It is a compact and space-saving printer.
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