Epson has launched the Stylus Pro 4900 to help deliver the best print quality for commercial photographs and fine art reproduction, the printer boasts outstanding colour consistency and accurate colour matching, and can reproduce 98 percent of all PANTONE®1 colours. The printer also switches automatically between photo and matte black inks, with both installed to avoid stopping the print run.
The complete press release is after the break.
Today we attended a Epson and Nikon event at Freedom Square in Soweto entitled ‘Develop Yourself’. The format of the day was a brief introduction to Epson where we learnt that the origin of their name dates back to 1964 when Seiko created the first mini printer, the EP101 for the Tokyo Olympics. The name Epson is therefore made of the EP (from the EP101) and all its SONs (the printers that followed).