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Epson announce three new Artisan all-in-ones

Today, Epson introduced three new premium photo all-in-ones – the Artisan® 835, Artisan® 725 and an all-white Artisan® 725 Arctic Edition – designed to deliver quality, reliability and superior performance for today’s active digital families. The three all-in-ones deliver an array of unique features, including the world’s fastest 4”x6” photo print speeds, built-in Wi-Fi® n, wireless printing from an Apple® iPhone, a variety of creative applications, and image quality preferred by consumers 3-to-1 over the competition.

The Artisan 835 and 725 offer full-featured scanning/copying, automatic two-sided printing, and superior image enhancing tools. The flagship Artisan 835 also features a built-in fax, 7.8-inch smart touch panel, and a 30-page Automatic Document Feeder. In addition, the sleek, all-white Artisan 725 Arctic Edition gives consumers more options in matching the décor and computer equipment in their home.

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Epson’s New Artisan All-in-One Printers Offer Superior Performance,
Image Quality, Convenience, and an Eye-Catching Design

Artisan 835 and Artisan 725 Deliver Unbeatable Features and Fit the Décor of any Room

LONG BEACH, Calif. – Aug. 4, 2010 Epson America, Inc., a leading provider of superior performing desktop printing solutions, today introduced its new line of Artisan® all-in-ones – the Artisan 835 and Artisan 725. With image quality preferred by consumers 3-to-1 over the competition1 and a host of unique features, the new Artisan all-in-ones are a perfect match for today’s active, digital families that require one solution for various printing needs.

“These latest Artisan all-in-ones continue to redefine the standard for image quality, print speed and unique creative capabilities,” said Julie Ernest, product manager, Consumer Ink Jet Printers, Epson America, Inc. “From family photos and creative projects to school work and household documents, these versatile all-in-ones deliver the quality, reliability and performance consumers have come to expect from the Artisan line.”

The flagship Artisan 835 boasts a 7.8-inch smart touch panel, a 3.5-inch color LCD, built-in fax, and a 30-page Automatic Document Feeder to quickly copy and fax documents. The Artisan 725 features an enhanced touch panel for easier navigation. Both feature 2.5 times faster wireless connectivity with Wi-Fi n2, wireless printing from an Apple® iPhone3 and the world’s fastest 4”x6” photo print speeds4. In addition, the Artisan 725 and Artisan 835 deliver vibrant colors and crisp, clear text with Epson’s six-color Ultra Hi-Definition Claria® ink.

Additional Features of the Artisan Series:
· Delivers fast ISO print speeds of 9.5 ISO ppm black and 9 ISO ppm color5
· Offers built-in wireless and Ethernet networking
· Saves up to 50 percent of paper supply with automatic two-sided printing
· Creates personalized greeting cards, coloring book pages, elegant stationery, and note paper
· Creates professional-looking discs by printing images and text directly onto ink jet printable CDs/DVDs with easy-to-use Epson Print CD software
· Features built-in Auto Photo Correction to automatically evaluate and correct images and red eye
· Prints applications wirelessly from an iPhone, including PDF files, photos, photo calendars, business documents, and more, through applications available on the iTunes App Store
· Prints images directly from digital cameras, mobile phones and USB Flash drives with PictBridge®
· Accommodates various printing needs with individual ink cartridges at affordable prices (standard and high-capacity sizes)6
· Delivers vivid, true-to-life photos with Epson’s exclusive MicroPiezo® print head with DX5™ technology
· Offers a range of eco features and environmental qualifications including, ENERGY STAR® and RoHS compliance, and is designed to be recycled7

Pricing and Availability
The Artisan 725 ($199.99*) and Artisan 835 ($299.99*) will be available in mid-August through major computer, office and electronic superstores, a variety of retail stores nationwide and Epson’s retail site, www.epsonstore.com. An all-white “Arctic Edition” Artisan 725 ($199.99*) will also be available in mid-September exclusively through Best Buy to allow consumers more options to match the décor of their home and computer equipment. All models come with a one-year limited warranty and free lifetime phone support8 with quick and convenient product exchange. For more information, please see the Artisan 725, Artisan 835 and Artisan 725 Arctic Edition fact sheets.

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  1. But how much does the ink cost.

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