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Epson unveils business inkjets

New WF-C5000 series offers energy and print cost savings to work groups

Epson unveils business inkjets
Epson's new Wf-C5000 inkjet series is intended for small workgroups.

Epson has launched new models in its WorkForce Pro devices business inkjet printers, which are aimed at small workgroups.

The WF-C5000 series printers have been designed for business, with software and tools for different user groups.

The devices also offer energy savings and efficiency benefits over comparable laser printers, Epson said, with 90% less energy consumption, and Fastest First Page Out Time (FPOT) of seven seconds from sleep mode. The printers are also capable of colour scan speed of 24ipm.

The four models in the series also provide up to 50% saving on their colour CPP (cost per page) versus comparable laser models, the company said Their new ink supply system is easier to change and allows for bigger page yields, up to an impressive 10,000 pages in monochrome or 5,000 in colour, without changing supplies on PDL models.

Jason Whiley, director of sales, Epson Middle East, commented: "This small workgroup series of printers and MFDs is perfect for the business environment, from small offices to large corporates who may have traditionally used lasers and want to cut costs, increase productivity and reduce downtime. This is all while also reducing their environmental impact and improving their CSR reputation."

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