The Seiko Epson Corporation, or simply Epson, is a Japanese manufacturing company that develops the most innovative technologies in the printing industry. It is headquartered in Suwa, Nagano, Japan and was founded in May 1942 as a watch-manufacturing company under the name Daiwa Kyogo Ltd. The company has numerous subsidiaries worldwide and manufactures scanners, desktop computers, inkjet printers, robots, home theatres, and many other associated electronic equipment. Epson invests a total of $1.3 billion every single day in Research & Development and holds the largest number of patents in projectors and inkjet printers.
The Workforce Pro series of printers feature the new Precisio Core technology that reduces environmental impact and increases waste reduction. This technology enables the generation of 40 million dots per second, thus providing astounding accuracy and professional quality printing. It comes with fast speed and high-end quality with no warm-up time. The model lowers energy consumption by up to 96% as compared to than lasers. This is because this series does not use any heat during the printing process. This model also produces 94% lesser wastes in comparison to copiers and lasers, and no ozone is emitted during the process.
The Workforce Pro WF 4630 printer is a heavy-duty product that produces laser-quality prints with high-speeds. It features the PrecisionCore technology along with high-resolution printhead that together produces laser-sharp texts and stunning graphics and images. This model gives high-quality printing at very high speeds of 20 ISO ppm both in black and color. It is very durable with 30,000 pages duty cycle per month for high-volume printing. It comes with WiFi direct and wireless connectivity that allows you to print anywhere anytime through your mobile phones or tablets. This model has a 330 sheet paper capacity along with a rear tray with a capacity of 80 sheets for envelopes or special paper.
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