Epson Adds MFP to WorkForce Enterprise AM Portfolio

Epson Adds MFP to WorkForce Enterprise AM Portfolio

Epson America announced the addition of two latest A4 color multifunction printers (MFPs), the AM-C550 and AM-C400, to the WorkForce Enterprise AM series business print portfolio.

Epson Adds MFP to WorkForce Enterprise AM Portfolio

The new WorkForce Enterprise MFPs are designed to demonstrate the concept of “less is more”: meaning more simplicity, fewer maintenance parts to deal with, minimized machine downtime for employee productivity, lower energy consumption, and reduced waste. Powered by PrecisionCore technology, the WorkForce Enterprise AM-C550 and AM-C400 are energy-efficient and have the lowest power consumption among their tiers. The A4 MFPs have flexible placement options with a compact footprint and are configurable as a desktop or floor-standing unit, ideal for virtually any work environment.

As the new additions to the same series, the latest offerings boast consistent user experience as other models within the range, including an intuitive, 10.1’’ color touchscreen with an interface available for customization. Additionally, the AM-C550 and AM-C400 are compatible with third-party solutions, the full Epson Solutions Suite, which simplifies printer installation, device configuration, and workflow management.

Other features of these models include:

  • Recommended monthly print volume of 4,500 to 30,00 pages for AM-C550, and 3,500 to 30,000 pages for AM-C400
  • Supports up to legal-sized media for versatile printing
  • Fast scanning speed of 50 ipm/100 ipm2 for both models
  • Energy-efficient performance, with up to 65% lower power consumption than color laser printers of the same tier
  • Faithful delivery of vivid colors and crisp texts thanks to fast drying and water-resistant pigment

For full information about this printer series, please visit Epsons official website.



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