Dura-brite future

Epson has introduced the mid-range inkjet Stylus C63 to the Middle East market and has brought Durabrite ink with it.

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By  Simon Duddy Published  January 26, 2004

Epson has introduced the mid-range inkjet Stylus C63 to the Middle East market. The C63 is designed to meet the printing needs of the home user who requires high quality output on a variety of documents ranging from black text to the occasional photograph. For the first time Epson’s mid-range inkjet printer is compatible with Epson’s Durabrite inks. Durabrite inks provide resistance to water, are smudge proof and fade resistant for up to 80 years, claims Epson. The C63 is built to use separate ink cartridges, and has the option of standard or high capacity ink cartridges (colour only). This should help to ease running costs. Epson claims the printer’s silver case and overall look has also been designed so that the Stylus C63 will make a stylish addition to any home. “A printer that is going to be used by people in their homes needs to look attractive as well as offer quality performance at a reasonable cost,” said Khalil El-Dalu, General Manager, Epson Middle East. “With these factors in mind Epson has designed the Stylus C63 to be fast, offer high quality output and be cost effective to run.” The printer has a print speed of up to 17 pages per minute (ppm), can manage borderless printing and has and a 5760 dpi optimised resolution for high quality black and colour printing. The C63 is also equipped with a 100 auto sheet feeder for large print runs and parallel and USB connectivity. The printer is both Windows and Macintosh compatible.

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