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Epson introduce entry-level inkjetprinter C-44
Dennis Hissink : July 20th 2003 - 18:25 CET
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EpsonEPSON today announces the introduction of its inkjet printer designed with the first time user in mind. The Stylus C44 series replaces the Stylus C42 series and provides fast, fun and reliable colour printing for the whole family. The EPSON Stylus C44 is extremely easy to set-up, requiring no expert knowledge. It is straightforward to quickly produce vibrant, colour prints from almost any Windows or Macintosh application. The EPSON Stylus C44 series offers the fastest black printing speed in its class (up to12ppm black text economy mode.) This entry-level model includes many of EPSON’s advanced technologies to ensure the best possible print quality, such as EPSON’s Variable Sized Droplet Technology that produces droplets as small as 4 pl.
This is the finest droplet size in its class combined with the highest resolution of 2880 optimised dpi ensuring that the Stylus C44 is capable of printing clear text and finely detailed photos.

The Stylus C44 uses standard Universal Serial Bus connectivity, which provides high-speed data transfer to the printer. The printer driver is specially designed to make access to everyday printing settings easy and straightforward. Even novice users are able to quickly produce excellent results.

The EPSON Stylus C44 is derived from the Stylus C42, which has proven itself as one of the most reliable inkjet printers on the market. This means that EPSON customers can expect a long and productive life from their printer thanks to the robust and proven build quality.

EPSON Stylus C44 Features: Fastest black printing speed in its class at up to12ppm black economy mode and 5.5ppm colour economy mode, Highest resolution and smallest dot size in its class, Very robust and proven build quality
Standard 1 year warranty with an optional extension to 3 years or an upgrade to 3 years on-site warranty, Product available from June 2003.
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