Epson is one of the largest manufacturers in the world when it comes to the printing and multimedia industry. It is a Japanese company headquartered in Suwa, Nagano, Japan. The company is primarily engaged in manufacturing, developing, selling, and giving product services in visual communications, printing solutions, and other related businesses. The company has its roots as a watch manufacturing company which was launched in 1942 under the name Daiwa Kyogo Ltd. Its predecessors were pioneers in developing innovative technologies from introducing the world’s first mini printer to developing the first wireless printer to its customers.
The XP series of Epson’s printers comprises of compact and small-sized printers that comes with an all-in-one design system. This series enables the user to print, fax, and scan high-quality documents and comes with a memory card slot to save those files. This also ensures a PC-free printing solution. The series allows completely wireless printing with its EPSON Connect features that easily connect the printer to any smartphones or tablets. The series features photo enhancement tools such as red-eye removal, photo restoration, and others. It also comes with an affordable individual ink cartridge that allows only the required ink to be replaced.
The Epson XP 200 features a simple and easy wireless and WiFi direct connectivity in seconds. You can connect it to your mobile phones and tablets anywhere through the EPSON Connect feature. This model is a compact with a small footprint that can fit into small working spaces. XP 200 is an all-in-one device that enables quick fax/scan/copy and print facilities with high quality. You can use the image enhancement tools of this product to get perfect pictures. This product is whisper-quiet and is ideal for homes. The DURABrite instant dry-ink delivers a smudge, fade, and water-resistant prints every time.
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