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Mark Peters : November 6th 2005 - 20:47 CET

Epson R240 Stylus Photo printer

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EpsonEpson R240 Stylus Photo : Epson introduces the Stylus Photo R240 printer, a stylish home photo printer specifically designed for novice digital camera users. Featuring a colour preview display for ease of use, high quality photographs can be created more quickly and cost-effectively than at the photo-lab. The Epson Stylus R240 features an intuitive interface and colour LCD preview screen, enabling you to navigate the printer’s features easily. The screen and interface work together to allow you to select, view and then print your photos with ease. Photos can be printed direct from a memory card, via PictBridge or with a USB enabled digital camera, so there is no need for a PC. The price for the new Epson Stylus Photo R240 £99. ($175)
Epson R240 Stylus Photo printerEpson Stylus R240 - Micro Piezo
The new Epson Stylus Photo R240 printer gives photo-lab quality thanks to Epson’s Micro Piezo technology, which delivers an optimized resolution of 5760 x 1440dpi on suitable media. With Variable Size Droplet Technoloy, the Epson Stylus Photo R240 printer is able to create droplets as small as 2pl for crisp and defined images. In addition, you don’t need to wait around for your snaps since 24 borderless 10 x 15 cm photos can be produced in only 20 minutes.

Epson PhotoEnhance technology
To ensure photos are printed exactly as expected, Epson’s PhotoEnhance technology will automatically detect the type of scene and adjust the colour accordingly. This is a key feature for inexperienced photographers, allowing them to create professional looking glossy photos every time. The Epson Stylus Photo R240 printer comes bundled with the Epson Creativity Suite,allowing you to manage and edit your photos. You can attach images to e-mail, send to web, print web pages and easily adjust image sizes and resolutions.

Epson R240 Stylus Photo printing
Richard Baylis, Consumer Sales and Marketing Manager says, “Epson is proud to introduce the Stylus Photo R240. Combining ease-of-use with exceptional quality output, this is the perfect solution for home users who don’t want to be overwhelmed with technology. The preview screen and Epson’s PhotoEnhance technology ensure that you get the professional looking photos you expect, time after time.”

Epson Stylus Photo R240 features
• View and select photos with the 1.5” colour LCD preview screen
• Epson’s Micro Piezo technology for 5760x1440 dpi on suitable media
• Print in high definition with minimum droplet size of 2pl
• Fast photo print speed of 47 seconds for a 10x15cm photo
• Print A4 documents at up to 20 ppm in black and white and 19 ppm in colour
• Print directly from memory card[1] and Pictbridge enabled digital camera
• Replace only the ink used thanks to the four individual ink cartridges
• Manage and edit your photos with Epson Creativity Suite
• High speed USB 2.0 interface
• PhotoEnhance functionality for a professional image every time
• RRP incl, VAT £99 ($175 us dollar)

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