Long Beach, Calif. — Epson introduced two new entry-level multifunction printers the Stylus CX5000 and CX6000.
Both use the company’s DURABrite Ultra pigmented ink in individual cartridges. When the black cartridge runs low, the printers can switch to black produced by a combination of the remaining color inks.
Each has 27 pages per minute (ppm) text print speed and color and copy at speeds up to 26 copies per minute in both black and color. The printers can also produce a borderless 4-inch by 6-inch photo print in 28 seconds alongside borderless 5 by 7-inch, 8 by 10-inch and letter size photos.
They also feature one-touch copying with auto reduction and enlargement, and a 48-bit, 1200 by 2400 dpi resolution scanner with Epson’s Easy Photo Fix image correction software.
The Stylus CX5000 will carry an estimated price of $99. It can produce photos without a PC via memory card slots or PictBridge cameras
The CX6000 adds a 2-inch LCD with built-in image correction. It will sell for an estimated $149.