The new printer is positioned as the perfect home printer for amateur photographers and more experienced D-SLR photographers.
Wednesday, April 29, 2009: Epson has launched the Stylus Photo TX700W -- its wireless, all-in-one, six-colour photo printer that empowers multiple photo-enthusiasts to print their masterpieces from anywhere in the home. The Stylus Photo TX700W is a winner of the International Forum (iF) Design Awards in 2009.
Beneath its smooth nomenclature, clean lines and glossy finish, the TX700W combines Epson’s high-speed Micro Piezo print head with a six-colour Claria Photographic Ink-set to ensure that every print is life-like, sharp and vivid. Epson believes the launch of the TX700W will be a boon to the growing digital photography market, with its wireless printing capability and print quality. The TX700W is claimed to be one of the first Wi-Fi enabled printers in the market.
With this feature-rich product, users can print directly from a Pictbridge-enabled camera or the integrated memory card reader.
The TX700W comes with two in-built trays that enable users to have both plain and photo paper ready for use. It has integrated Wi-Fi and Ethernet connection so it can be accessed by anyone throughout the home. With a compact design and integral scanner and copier functions, the TX700W is a multi-function device that also has the capacity to print CDs and DVDs.
Priced at Rs 13,999, the Epson Stylus Photo TX700W is available from April 2009. An optional auto-duplexer is priced at Rs 1,499.