Epson is a multi-million dollar Japanese electronics manufacturing company that was founded back in 1942 under the name Daiwa Kyogo Ltd. The company first started as a watch manufacturing company but now is a pioneer in developing inkjet printers, dot matrix, scanners, desktop computers, telecommunications, robots, and other electronic equipment. Epson invests 6% of its total turnover in Research & development and holds the highest number of patents in inkjet printers and projectors. The company is primarily involved in manufacturing, developing, selling, and proving services in visual communications, printing solutions, and other businesses. Epson developed a high-speed photo scanning system recently.
The XP series by Epson is a lineup of printers that features compact and small-sized printers that are perfect for small workspaces. The series boasts of an all-in-one design with a facility to print, copy and scan high-quality pictures. It ensures a completely wireless printing solution with a network-free WiFi direct facility. The printer can be connected to any mobile phones or tablets for a hassle-free printing anytime. This series comes with an affordable individual ink cartridge system where the user can replace only the ink that is required.
The Epson xp 440 showcases a large, high-resolution 2.7″ color LCD display that makes navigation easy. It is a compact, small-sized, all-in-one design, built to connect wirelessly along with network-free connectivity. This feature allows the printer to easily connect with mobile phones and tablets for hassle-free printing anywhere. Its 100 sheet paper capacity makes reloading of paper less often. The model features a Creative print Mobile App that enables the user to create border-less photos from Instagram, Facebook, etc. It also has a memory card slot to ensure a PC-free printing experience. The model comes with bonus software that automatically scans photos to Facebook and the cloud.
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