Epson is a Japanese company that has its roots as a watch manufacturing company under the name Daiwa Kyogo Ltd. and launched in 1942. The Seiko Epson Corporation, a.k.a., Epson is a global technology leader and has a lineup of innovative devices from digital printing systems, inkjet printers to industrial robots, 3D LCD projectors and other related electronic devices. The company has its headquarters in Suwa, Nagano, Japan. Its strives to bring forth original and efficient technology by investing $1.3 billion every single day in Research & Development. Epson is one of the largest manufacturing companies, with 86 companies worldwide.
The Workforce Pro series has been designed especially for small businesses featuring high speed and cost-efficient technology. The high powered PrecisionCore technology used in this series enables the generation of 40 million dots per second, thus ensuring a performance better than lasers. It ensures minimal environmental impact with professional-quality printing. This series lowers energy consumption by 96% since no heat is used during the printing process. Instead, Epson’s piezo system of controlled mechanical ink ejection is used. There is also no warm-up time. The series also strives to reduce waste generation by up to 94% and no ozone is emitted during the process.
The Workforce Pro WP 4530 model is engineered for productivity and is the world’s fastest 2- sided automatic printer that is perfect for busy workgroups. It saves time with its 330 sheet paper capacity and an 80 sheet capacity rear tray for specialty paper including envelopes and labels. This model allows you to print up to four reams of paper without the necessity to change the ink because of its extra-large ink cartridges. The EPSON Connect feature allows you to instantly connect to mobile phones and other devices for easy printing. This model uses up to 70% lesser energy than other laser printers.
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