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Another TIPA award for Epson

04 May 12

Epson has taken out the TIPA (Technical Imaging Press Association) award for the Best Expert Photo Printer 2012.

The Epson Artisan 1430 printer (marketed as the Stylus Photo 1500W in Europe) won the award for product excellence in the areas of quality, performance and value; more specifically it mentioned "its unbeatable combination of convenience and superior specifications for highquality, glossy photo output".
Epson's EH-TW9000W projector was named 'best photo projector'.

About TIPA and Epson

TIPA is the largest and most influential photo and imaging press association in Europe and has awarded Epson at least one TIPA award every year since 2001; in 2005 Epson received a total of four awards.

About the printer

The Epson Artisan 1430 is a wireless A3+ photo printer using Epson's Claria 6-colour dyebased ink-set. It delivers a resolution of 5760 x 1440 dpi with a very small 1.5 picolitre droplet size, resulting in prints with extremely fine detail and very smooth gradation.

The TIPA jury especially noted the convenience of wireless connectivity – a feature not provided by competing A3+ photo printers. This allows the printer to be placed anywhere in the studio or workspace, plus it supports printing from iOS and Android devices via the Epson iPrint app.

For more info about the printer go here.

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