Epson brings printing power to Gitex 2002

Gitex regular Epson is bringing its huge range of printing and imaging technology to this year’s exhibition. Taking centre stage among the vendor’s collection of products is the Stylus Photo 950 and Stylus Photo 2100 PIM-enabled range of photo printers.

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By  Mohammed Affan Published  September 12, 2002

Gitex regular Epson is bringing its huge range of printing and imaging technology to this year’s exhibition. Taking centre stage among the vendor’s collection of products is the Stylus Photo 950 and Stylus Photo 2100 PIM-enabled range of photo printers.

“Gitex is a perfect medium for Epson to exhibit its latest technology,” says Khalil El Dalu, general manager, Epson Middle East.
“We are delighted that we continue to live up to our promises of offering advanced and affordable imaging solutions that meet every requirement,” he adds.

The Stylus Photo 950 provides the amateur and semi-professional photographer with borderless photographs from 4” x 6” all the way up to A4. Further up the scale, the Stylus Photo 2100 is targeting the semi and professional photographer as an affordable digital print solution. It prints colour, and monochrome photographs up to A3+ with longevity of between 45 and 75 years.

Appearing alongside its range of photo printers, Epson is also showcasing its colour laser printers. Topping the mono laser printers range is the EPL-6100 for small to medium workgroup. The printer offers uncompromised speed, quality and value for money, claims Epson.

Alongside Epson’s bread & butter printer business, the company is also showcasing its range of projectors, including the EMP-730 and EMP-720.

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