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Epson hosts channel partners meet in Dubai

Vendor showcases next generation of cartridge-free printers and home cinema projectors

Epson hosts channel partners meet in Dubai
Whiley says at the event Epson received positive feedback from channel partners about the new versatile ITS printer range.

Printing, imaging and projection solutions vendor Epson, recently hosted a channel partners meet in Dubai which saw more than 35 Epson channel partners taken through product demos at company's newly launched Experience Centre in DAFZA.

During the event, Epson presented the company's latest channel strategies and the roadmap for the rest of the year. Partners also shared their valuable input and ideas for further cooperation.

Jason Whiley, director of sales, Epson Middle East, said: "At the event, we received positive feedback from our channel partners about our new versatile ITS printers which appeal to home, photo, home office and small office users. They are a game changer. They not only do away with the need for cartridges but are also more user friendly and take up less space."

Underpinning the modified design of the printers is an enhanced ink filling system engineered to minimise the risk of spills and mess. At every stage it minimises spills with bottles that are easier to open, easier to pour and feature a mechanism that ensures the right tanks are filled with the corresponding colour.

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