Epson America has introduced a new printer in its line of Stylus Color models. The Stylus Color 670, a four-color, 1,400 x 720 DPI inkjet, replaces the Stylus Color 660. Printer drivers are both Mac- and Windows-compatible and include auto-sensing for USB and parallel ports, which allows the printer to be accessed by more than one computer at once. The ink dot size is 7 picoliters. Print speeds vary by application, but it can output black text at 5 PPM, color text 3.5 PPM. An 8" x 11" photo will print in four minutes, 13 seconds in 360 DPI fine print mode.
The printer ships with Epson Film Factory, a new imaging tool that enables users to save, organize and print digital photos; Trellix Web (Windows only); and ArcSoft PhotoImpression, an application for editing and manipulating digital images.
The Stylus Color 670 is available now and carries an estimated street price of $89. For more information, visit http://www.epson.com.
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