Epson launches direct print technology

Epson has launched one of the first USB direct print technology printers available in the Middle East, as the regions ‘no-PC-required’ printing market begins to take shape.

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By  Andrew Picken Published  July 28, 2003

Epson has launched one of the first USB direct print technology printers available in the Middle East, as the regions ‘no-PC-required’ printing market begins to take shape.

USB direct printing is an Epson developed standard that is featured on its latest model, the Stylus Photo 935. This new technology enables quick and easy direct printing from different manufacturers’ digital cameras, SD memory cards and external storage devices such as CDs and hard disks. All this occurs without even the faintest sniff of involvement from your PC.

In addition, the new technology onboard the 935 allows you to create back-ups of the photographs stored on digital cameras or SD memory cards to external storage devices such as CD-ROMs, hard disks and USB memory.

In terms of connectivity, the 935 is well placed with two USB ports and also the optional support of Bluetooth technology to allow remote printing (where compatible Bluetooth devices are available). Replacing the Stylus Photo 925, the new A4 6-colour model has an optional 2.5-inch preview monitor that allows users to preview and select their images.

“This printer offers ease-of-use functionality suitable for both the amateur and professional users in the Middle East who require high quality output together with minimum processing time. Epson has identified and responded to market requirements for standalone photo printing and the Stylus Photo 935 aims to provide users with a range of market leading connectivity options,” said Khalil El Dalu, General Manager, Epson Middle East.

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