Seiko Epson aims to have continuous ink inkjet printers replace entry-level laser ones
Max Wang, Taipei; Adam Hwang, DIGITIMES
Since Seiko Epson initially launched its EcoTank continuous ink printers in 2010, such inkjet printers have been introduced in 150 countries. Seiko Epson aims to have such printers replace entry-level laser models widely adopted by small- to medium-size...
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