Epson unveiled its SureColor P600 13″ printer last fall and started shipping earlier this year. As a replacement for the popular R3000, the P600 is a first P-series (for “photo”) printer in the SureColor line. The ink set is entirely new and with deeper black density and improved contrast ratio and dynamic range.
As a 13″ printer, the P600 sits in the mid-range enthusiast and low-end of the pro market, while the 17″ Epson SureColor P800 is the latest Epson P-series printer that replaced the extremely popular 3880.
Can I get a show of hands of those who print black and white, draft quality documents in order to save printer ink?
Epson has an All-in-One printer with an ink supply that lasts 2 years before you need to buy more – the Epson WorkForce ET-4550 EcoTank printer.
The printer ships with enough ink to print up to 11,000 black pages or 8,500 color pages. Epson says this is equivalent to about 50 ink cartridge sets from a traditional ink jet printer.
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