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Dennis Hissink : June 17th 2004 - 12:55 CET

Epson UK launches A4 inkjet Stylus C86 printer


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EpsonThe Epson Stylus C86 is the latest addition to Epson's range of general-purpose inkjet printers. The Epson Stylus C86 has been designed to meet the print needs of all kinds home office and small business use. The new products benefit from Epson's latest PhotoQuicker 3.5 and Epson Web-To-Page software. PhotoQuicker 3.5 allows users to modify and print photos more easily, while Web-To-Page software allows web pages to be automatically condensed to paper size, so the printed version reflects what users see on screen. The Epson Stylus C86 offers high resolution (5760 optimised dpi) and delivers unmatched output quality and superior performance. The recommended retail price is £76.58 RRP EX VAT.
Epson UK launches A4 inkjet Stylus C86 printerUsers benefit from variable sized droplet technology and individual DURABrite inks that are capable of producing vivid photographs and graphics even on plain paper.

The Epson Stylus C86 is ideal for home and business users who desire speed and quality. It offers a superior, all-round solution for a broad range of applications, from web prints and photographs to business presentations. This printer is designed to meet the needs of the business user who requires faster print speeds up to 22 pages per minute, maximum efficiency and laser-like results.

The Epson Stylus C86 includes a number of key features:

• Individual ink cartridges for cost-effective printing
• High speed printing up to 22 pages per minute
• Class-leading resolution up to 5760 optimised dpi
• Epson DURABrite inks for bright, durable results
• Up to A4 borderless printing
• USB and Parallel connection for PC and Mac users
• Epson Web-To-Page software for web printing
• Optional high capacity ink cartridges available

The Epson Stylus C86 will be available from July 2004. There is also a Photo Edition of the Epson Stylus C86 available, which includes a pack of DURABrite photo paper, Print Image Framer software and a USB memory card reader. The recommended retail price is £85.09 RRP EX VAT.




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