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Taiwan market: Epson launches A3 laser printer, aims at 25% market share
Max Wang, Taipei; Adam Hwang, DIGITIMES [Thursday 16 April 2009]

Seiko Epson on April 15 unveiled a new A3 monochrome laser printer, the AcuLaser M8000N, for immediate launch in the Taiwan market at a recommended retail price of NT$69,900 (US$2,087) and aims to reach a 25% market share for laser printers in 2009, according to Epson Taiwan Technology & Trading.

AcuLaser M8000N has a printing speed of 44 pages per minute, a maximum monthly printing volume of 200,000 pages and a low average printing cost of NT$0.38 per page, Epson Taiwan pointed out.

Epson laser printer AcuLaser M8000N

Epson A3 laser monochrome printer AcuLaser M8000N
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