Epson targets SOHO printers

Epson has unveiled two new four-colour printers for home and small office use. The firm claims its Epson Stylus C87 and Stylus C67 lines offer an ideal solution for such businesses, from printing web pages to glossy photographs.

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By  Matthew Wade Published  January 24, 2006

Epson has unveiled two new four-colour printers for home and small office use. The firm claims its Epson Stylus C87 and Stylus C67 lines offer an ideal solution for such businesses, from printing web pages to glossy photographs. In addition to each product family employing four individual ink cartridges, both also feature a new Epson ink combination, named ‘DURABriteUltra Ink’, which is configured for dual-use: plain paper and photo printing. Basically, whatever a small office user might need. The Epson Stylus C87 printer family includes the standard C87 – designed for higher volumes small business printing – and the C87 Photo Edition, which comes bundled with a photo starter pack featuring ArcSoft PhotoImpression 5 software, 5- x 7-inch Epson glossy photo paper and a photo album. The Stylus C67 Photo Edition meanwhile is designed for the home user with lower volume printing requirements. This machine also includes a photo starter pack, although this doesn’t feature ArcSoft’s photo title. All of Epson’s new models are bundled with Epson Creativity Suite, with which users can attach images to e-mails, send them to the web, print web pages and easily adjust image sizes and resolutions. The Stylus C67 family will be available in stores soon, priced from $62 upwards, while the Stylus C87 line will start from $82.

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