Epson has recently revealed details regarding their new 13-inch Epson Stylus Photo R2000, this printer is said to be great for creative professionals and advanced amateur photographers, but what makes it so good?
Epson claim that the next-gen pigment printing technology used allows the printer to produce vivid photos with an unrivaled glossy look. It uses pigment-based inks and large capacity cartridges which allows the printer to print 50% more prints than the Epson Stylus Photo R1900. We are also told that the MicroPiezo print head with AMC and Epson UltraChrome Hi-Gloss 2 Ink allows high-quality prints on a wide-range of mediums.
No matter what youR setup is the R2000 should fit right in, it offers USB 2.0, Ethernet and WiFi b/g/n connectivity, also it supports a wide-range of media include cut sheet, roll paper, canvas, art boards, and CDs and DVDs.
The MicroPiezo AMC print head which we spoke about earlier is capable of printing at a resolution of 5670 x 1440, also it features an intelligent black ink selection system which chooses either photo or matte black ink when printing for best results, you can find out more via the official press release here.
You should be able to buy the 13-inch R2000 sometime this month for roughly $499.99, you can see a full spec listing along with photos etc here.
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