Epson’s Tiny New Printer

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Epson has recently unveiled their smallest A3 photo printer yet, with many features to create HD quality prints, according to Epson.

Epson’s Tiny New Printer

Epson just released it’s smallest A3+ wireless photo printer: the Epson XP-15000, set to impress photo enthusiasts and semi-professional photographers.

Epson UK business manager Neil Wilson said “The XP-15000 produces seriously good A3+ photos from a surprisingly compact and stylish design. In fact, you could easily mistake it for an A4 model. And whether you’re printing in color or black and white, the new six-color Claria Photo HD Ink set enhances both thanks to the new grey and red inks.”

The XP-15000 is equipped with new grey ink to be used in black and white photos, creating smoother graduation between shadows and highlights.  The new red ink provides more realistic and vibrant colors.

Epson claimed their ink for the XP-15000 would last up to 300 years in a photo album.

In a press release, Epson wrote the printer could print up to A3 single-sided or A4 double-sided and on a range of mediums, including thicker papers, card, CDs and DVDs.  They also wrote the printer had a 6.1cm LCD screen for easy navigation, motorized output tray and auto power.

The XP-15000 will be available from January 2018.

Key features of the printer include:

  1. A3+ printing;
  2. Compact, space-saving design;
  3. Curved edges and stylish design from all angles;
  4. New interface;
  5. Individual Claria Photo HD 6-colour inks (including new red and grey ink);
  6. 1cm LCD screen;
  7. Epson Connect: Epson iPrint, Email Print, remote print driver;
  8. Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi Direct;
  9. Ethernet;
  10. Wireless PictBridge;
  11. CD/DVD printing;
  12. A4 double-sided printing;
  13. ISO print speeds of up to 9.2/9 pages per minute (black/colour);
  14. One front-loading paper tray (up to 250 sheets, A4) and a rear paper tray (up to 50 sheets, up to A3+);
  15. Motorised output tray; and
  16. Auto power on.
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