Tuesday, February 27, 2007

Yet another Epson printer!

-A3+ prints on a variety of media for high impact photographs
-MicroPiezo print head and Advanced Variable Sized Droplet technology, for ink droplets as small 1.5 picolitres
-Direct printing to CDs and DVDs
-Six individual ink cartridges, so users only replace the colour they need to
-USB 2.0 Direct Print from digital cameras and Epson Multimedia viewers
-Claria Photographic ink - for Ultra High Definition photo printing

"This Ultra High Definition printer creates high impact A3+ prints, providing stunning enlarged images that are ideal for framing. It can also print a variety of other sizes BorderFree, including 4"x 6" photos.

The Stylus Photo 1410 is suitable for offices and small businesses that are looking for a cost efficient option to produce professional-looking catalogues and other materials in-house without sacrificing high-quality output.

The Stylus Photo 1410 uses Epson's Claria Ultra High Definition Photographic ink which has a wide colour gamut and bright, vivid colours. Claria ink is smudge and scratch resistant as well as being resistant to fading that is caused by light and ozone.

Claria Photographic ink adds richness, depth and clarity to your printed photos. When combined with genuine Epson paper, your photos can last up to 200 years when stored in an album, therefore exceeding the life of silver halide and lab photo prints. "

Epson site

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