Epson has announced the launch of the next generation of EcoTank ITS printers (L4150, L4160, L6160, L6170, L6190), which feature a new design - cartridge-free printers with a front ink tank.
Jason Whiley, director of sales, Epson Middle East, says: “Our original ink tank system broke away from printing conventions; it came with a substantial quantity of ink and removed the need for cartridges thanks to an integrated ultra-high-capacity ink tank fitted to the side. The latest models continue to offer the same benefits to customers while also being even easier-to-use and more compact. There are now more models across the collection, which covers home, photo, home office and small office users.”
The ink tank has been moved from the side to the front making it more compact and easy to see how much ink is left in the system. According to Epson, printing costs will be reduced by 90% on average.
All the models (L4150, L4160, L6160, L6170, L6190) offer Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi Direct and mobile options for printing photos and documents away from a desktop.
Additionally, Ethernet and Scan-to-Cloud are available with model numbers L6160, L6170 and L6190.
Suitable for business tasks, the Premium EcoTank ITS printers (L6160, L6170, and L6190) use the PrecisonCore printhead double-sided printing and fast print speeds of up to 15ppm.
Epson Middle East participated in Gitex Technology Week 2017, exhibiting their environment-friendly inkjet printers. Jason Whiley, director of sales, Epson Middle East said: “Our global research confirms that businesses are still reliant on printing for realising a more productive and efficient workforce, therefore it’s crucial for companies to consider the implications in making the right purchasing decisions for their company. The benefits of inkjet technology are the ones we are striving to share with our customers: cost reduction, increased productivity, lower environmental impact. By failing to implement sustainable print measures, businesses are missing out on opportunities to lower consumables costs, reduce energy usage and boost productivity.”