Epson is a multibillion-dollar Japanese company that excels in developing, selling and manufacturing printing solutions, visual communications, wearable, and other related electronic businesses. It has its headquarters in Suwa, Nagano, Japan. The company was founded in May 1942 as a watch manufacturing unit under the name Daiwa Kyogo Ltd. The predecessors of Epson were responsible for developing the first mini printer called EP-101, which was the base of the future brand Epson. The company has many subsidiaries numbering to a total of 86 companies with more than 80,000 employees globally. Epson invests 6% of its total turnover to Research & Development every year.
Epson’s XP series boasts of an all-in-one design in just a small-sized and compact printer that can fit into any small workspace. The series allows a completely wireless printing experience with the EPSON Connect feature that enables the printer to connect with any smartphones and tablets. It also includes a WiFi direct facility for network-free printing. One of the best features is its affordable individual ink cartridges that allow for the replacement of only the ink that is needed. It comes with ultra DURABrite quick-dry inks that deliver a smudge, fade and water-resistant printing.
The Epson XP 410 is a small-sized and compact printer that comes with a 2.2″ color LCD display and touch panel that allows you to crop, edit your pictures, and navigate easily. It has a completely wireless solution with its EPSON Connect feature that enables you to connect the printer to any smart device. It also comes with a range of photo enhancement tools such as red-eye removal, photo restoration, and correction of images. This product comes with individual ink cartridges with different sizes to suit the user’s needs. It has memory card slots for a PC-free printing and can print borderless photos.
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