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Spend less time inking and more time printing with Epson

Epson has set out to revolutionise the world of the small office, home office and semi-professional photo printing with the launch of its new EcoTank Expression Premium ET-7750 (A3) and EcoTank Expression Premium ET-7700 (A4) multi-functional photo printers that come with a 5-colour ink system and up to two years worth of ink.

Featuring 5-colour inks, the Expression Premium ET-7750 and ET-7700 wireless EcoTank all-in-one printers offer revolutionary, cartridge-free printing with easy-to-fill ink tanks and the new Epson exclusive auto-stop ink bottles, with each colour uniquely keyed for easy filling of each tank. 

The ET-7750 prints borderless up to A3 while the ET-7700 prints borderless up to A4 and both include paper and photo trays plus built-in USB and card slots.

For those few who may go over the incredible ink inclusions, additional low-cost ink can be bought in convenient high-volume bottles that have a drip-free nozzle and resealable cap for easy storage and refilling.

 

The ink bottles also incorporate the unique key system that fits onto their corresponding colour on the printer to prevent misfiling and hold enough ink to print a massive 8,000 pages in black and 5,000 pages in colour.

The benefits of these two new printers don't stop there as in addition to printing documents they also have all the functions you need to create lab-quality photos and 4” x 6” borderless photos in just 27 seconds. 

Users can also easily edit their photos with Automatic Photo Correction and red-eye removal and use the dedicated CD/DVD tray for direct printing onto those media.

As with most Epson printers the Expression ET-7750 and ET-7700 support the latest wireless standard, 802.11n3 and include Wi-Fi Direct, which means not only is no router required, but also you get greater coverage and faster speeds even when sharing the printer with multiple PCs around the home or office.

The printers have built-in Ethernet which makes sharing them on any network simple and straightforward and users can easily print from direct their tablet or smartphone using Epson Connect solutions which support Android, Apple AirPrint, Google Cloud Print, iPad and iPhone, Chromebook, Fire-OS, Mac, and Windows devices.

Epson has also made navigating the printers’ menu particularly user-friendly with a bright 2.7" TFT colour LCD screen and user-friendly control panel buttons, making printing of photos, reports, invoices and presentations and the PC-free scanning and copying of high-quality colour or black-and-white documents easier than ever.

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