The Seiko Corporation, a.k.a. Epson is an electronics manufacturing company based in Japan. It was founded in 1942 under the name Daiwa Kyogo Ltd., as a watch manufacturing company which later on developed the world’s first mini-printer, the EP-101 in 1968. The Epson brand of printers was formed through this. Today, Epson has numerous subsidiaries numbering to around 86 companies with more than 80,000 employees spread globally. The company excels in manufacturing inkjet printers, lasers, desktop computers, home-theatres, telecommunications, dot matrix, smart glasses, wearable, and many others. It created the world’s first lightweight, compact digital printer along with the first quartz watch in the world.
The XP series by Epson comprises of compact, small-sized and space-saving printers that allow easy printing with or without any network. The device can be connected to a smartphone or tablet for quick printing solutions. This series features built-in photo enhancement tools such as red-eye removal and other facilities through the LCD display. This series allows lesser printing costs because of its affordable individual ink cartridge system that allows the replacement of only the ink that is needed. This series also comes with memory card slots for PC-free printing.
The Epson XP 420 is a compact and all-in-one design printer with a large, high resolution 2.5″ color LCD display and touch panel for simple and easy navigation controls. This model offers a completely wireless printing solution with network-free WiFi direct connectivity through the EPSON Connect feature that allows instant connection to smartphones and tablets. The affordable individual ink cartridge system allows the user only to replace the ink that is needed. This model comes with photo enhancement tools like redeye removal, along with calendar and lined paper templates. It has a 100 sheet paper capacity with smudge, fade and water-resistant printing facility.
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