New Epson WorkForce Pro Range Released

Best-in-class (4800 x 1200 dpi) colour print quality

Epson Australia has launched 2 new business grade inkjet printers that build on the success of the original WorkForce Pro range. The WF-C5290 and WF-C5790 are new and innovative printers designed to provide a hassle-free print and scan experience to small workgroups.

Built for a range of markets including schools, healthcare providers through to small businesses, these new models aim to provide significant cost savings compared to laser printers. Similarly, Epson’s ongoing commitments to the environment have led to these units consuming less power – comparably 96% less energy to an equivalent laser printer.

Both models offer a 0 second warm-up to print and increased printing and ink yields. You can print up to 10,000 pages in monochrome or 5,000 in colour of one set of ink cartridges.

General Manager – Sales and Marketing for Epson Australia’s Business Division Craig Heckenberg said, “These new WorkForce Pro printers take efficiency, productivity and cost savings to new levels. They are ideal for small businesses and companies who may have traditionally used laser printers and now want to cut costs, increase productivity, reduce downtime and be kinder to the environment.

Further adding to their suitability in the workplace, both printers also cater for mobility with support for Wi-Fi, WiFi-Direct, Google Cloud Print and Apple AirPrint.

The WorkForce Pro WF-C5290 and the WF-C5790 are available now from your local authorised Epson reseller.

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