Epson Philippines has just celebrated their 20th anniversary here in the country. To commemorate that, the company has introduced a fleet of new products for the corporate and consumer market.
The brand is starting it off with their new EB-L510U, EB-L610U, and EB-L610W Epson business laser projectors. These new products boast Epson’s 3LCD technology. They also come with a brightness range of 5,000 to 6,000 lumens, a WUXGA 1920 x 1200 pixel resolution, and a laser light technology that can last for up to 20,000 hours.
The new models have an HDMI port and an HDBaseT connectivity, which can control the projectors and transmit both FHD video and audio using a low-cost Cat5e/6 or higher cables.
Next stop we have the new L3110 and L3150 Epson Entry EcoTank L-Series printers. These new machines are one of the firsts to sports Epson’s Ink Tank design, which replaces the traditional cartridge system.
As the name suggests, the EcoTank is environment-friendly thanks to its smaller carbon footprint. It’s also much easier to refill compared to using cartridges.
Both models also sport a more compact design and can churn out 7,500 pages of color and 4,500 of black printouts. It can also print up to A4-size photos and can connect to up to 8 devices for a more intuitive and easy printing.
Other than the new L-series, the company also introduced the new Epson Mono EcoTank M-series printers models, which include the M1100, M1120, and the M2140.
Their monochrome printers have blazing speeds of 15ipm to 20ipm, which is almost identical to some laser printers. They also use the same error-free EcoTank design, has lower power consumption when compared to other heat printers, and can print barcodes for retail businesses.
Being the flagship model, the M2140 comes with a PrecisionCore print head, which can produce water-resistant printouts with a sharper resolution of 1200 x 2400 pixels as it uses pigment ink.
Lastly, we have the Epson SureColor T-Series Technical Printers. The new models include the SureColor T3130 / T4140N 24″, T51330 36″, T3430 24″, and T5430 36″.
These multifunctional graphics printers will come with PrecitionCore Micro TFP technology, UltraChrome XD2, and a four-color pigment ink for vibrant colors and lines.
They also come with a 4.3-inch touchscreen, can handle different types of media formats, and have different connectivity options (WiFi COnnect, USB Direct Print, AirPrint) for a more convenient printing experience. You can even pair it with Epson’s A3 scanners so you can print a graphics right away.
Epson Philippines is yet to announce the official pricing and availability of these products here in the country. However, since most of them are for corporate machines, you might want to get in touch with them directly if you’re planning on getting one.