Epson has expanded its series of K-series monochrome inkjet printers with the New Epson K300 – an all-in-one monochrome printer with an auto document feeder (ADF). These new mono inkjet printers have been specifically designed to challenge mono laser printers for customers who only need to print black and white documents at a very low per page cost. Like the other Epson’s K-series printers, the Epson K300 is designed to help customers lower the cost of printing, aiming to have the lowest black page printing costs per page in the industry.
Here are a few of the key Features of the Epson K-Series:
- Low cost per page
- Built in duplexer
- Better print quality with Epson DURABrite Ultra pigment ink
- Built in Ethernet port
- 70 percent lower power consumption than laser printers
The Epson K300 is priced at Rs. 11,599 and is available ex-stock. Its smaller siblings - the K200 and the K100 are priced at Rs. 9,999 and Rs. 7,499, respectively. The three printers have a print resolution of 1440 x 720 dpi. However, the main difference amongst the three is the presence of copy and scanning functions on the K200 and the K300. Also, the K200 has a smaller paper tray than the other two. More details are available out here.
Published Date: Jan 17, 2012 02:56 pm | Updated Date: Jan 17, 2012 02:56 pm