LetsGoDigital - CeBIT 2003 - Live Showfloor Coverage
Epson introduces new photo printer Stylus Photo 935
During the CeBIT 2003 event - where actually not that much new products were announced - Epson is introducing their new standalone printer the Stylus Photo 935. This new model offers high quality printing and finishing functionalities in a standalone and Direct Print solution. The new Stylus Photo 935 is a direct replacement of the Stylus Photo 925. The Epson Stylus Photo 935 is the first printer on the market to feature new USB Direct Print technology, which allows printing direct from a digital camera - without the need for the removal of memory cards. This Epson developed standard enables quick and easy direct printing from an increasing number of leading manufacturer's digital cameras, like Nikon, Casio, Minolta, Panasonic, Pentax and Kyocera.
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With the support of Secure Digital media the Epson Stylus Photo 935 allows users to read photos directly from 6 different types of memory card - without the need for adaptors. Connectivity options are completed by the optional support of Bluetooth technology (available on Stylus Photo 935 where compatible Bluetooth devices are available; Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, UK, Australia, New Zealand and Hong Kong) which makes the Stylus Photo 935 capable of exchanging data with other Bluetooth devices. Finally, via the 2nd USB port the Stylus Photo 935 allows users to print photos from an externally connected CD-ROM device and also to archive photos from a memory card to a CD-R.
Replacing the Stylus Photo 925, the new A4 6-colour model has an optional 2.5-inch preview monitor that allows users to easily preview and select their images. The on-board LCD user interface controls the many functions of the product and has been designed for intuitive, user-friendly operation. With a text style display, the new interface intelligently takes the user step by step through the image selection and layout process in an easy to follow format. To complete this continuous print solution, the Stylus Photo 935 offers a built-in cutter for automatically trimming roll media as it exits the printer, producing professionally finished photos without the need for additional cropping. Capable of printing up to 5760 optimised dpi (on selected media), this product will provide the highest definition and fine detail for photo printing. Stylus Photo 935 will be available from May 1st 2003.