Epson is one of the largest manufacturers of information, image related equipment, and computer printers. It is a Japanese company founded in 1942 with its headquarters in Suwa, Nagano, Japan. The predecessors of Epson were responsible for developing the world’s first mini printer-EP-101 back in 1968 and also the world’s first wireless printer. Epson continues to bring forth the latest technologies in the market by investing 6% of its annual turnover to Research & Development. A company that first started as a watch-making company, today manufactures numerous devices such as inkjet printers, dot matrix, scanners, desktop computers, television, and even robots.
The Workforce series by Epson is designed and built in a compact and space-saving manner, perfect for busy home offices. It uses the high powered PrecisionCore technology which enables a professional like printing quality with outstanding precision. It is an all-in-one device that features a 2 sided fax/ scan/ copy and print system. The series enables both WiFi direct and wireless connectivity to your tablets and mobile phones for hassle-free printing experience. You can lessen your energy consumption by up to 70% using this series. A quick-dry ink is used that allows for a smudge, fade, and water-resistant printing.
Powered by the PrecisionCore technology, the Workforce WF 2760 models will deliver laser-quality performance. The ultimate wireless, WiFi allows for easy and network-free connectivity to your tablets and mobile phones. It also boasts of its capability of NFC touch-and-print. It comes with a 2.7″ color touchscreen that enables easier navigation to copy, print, or fax any document. It has a 150 sheet paper capacity with 2 sided dual printing along with a 30-page automatic document feeder. This model also features the Amazon Dash replenishment feature which keeps track of your ink usage and orders more from Amazon in case the ink is low.
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