Epson has introduced to the Middle East a new photo printer geared towards the needs of amateur photographers and SOHO customers.
The Epson Stylus Photo 1410 is a new A3-sized printer which updates its 1290s predecessor. It uses six ink cartridges that can be replaced individually so users need only to replace the empty cartridges.
It features the Claria Photographic Ink which Epson says will produce long-lasting borderless photo prints.
The printer also allows direct printing onto CD and DVD surfaces for personalized archiving and easy identification of CD content.
The company said the range of features of the Stylus Photo 1410 make it ideal for both amateur photographers and small and home offices seeking to present professional documents to clients.