Epson America Inc.
on Monday introduced two new color multifunction laser printers aimed at small businesses and workgroups. The AcuLaser CX11N and the AcuLaser CX11NF are priced at US$699 and $799 respectively, and work with Windows and Mac OS X v10.2 or later. The new printers will be available beginning July, 2005.
As multifunction devices, the printers can print, copy and scan documents. The new models can print up to 25 pages per minute (PPM) of monochrome documents and 5 PPM for color documents. Copying takes 12 seconds per page in monochrome and 29 seconds per page in color. The AcuLasers can print at 1200 x 600 dots per inch (DPI), copy at 600 x 600 DPI and scan at up to 9600 x 9600 DPI.
Both printers com with built in 10/100base-TX Ethernet interfaces, USB 2.0 interfaces and “push scanning” features. Both printers include 128MB RAM and feature an LCD operation panel. Epson describes the AcuLaser CX11NF as a “step-up model” that includes a 50-page automatic document feeder and 33.6Kbps “Super G3” faxing with color support.
Epson’s Web site did not appear to be updated with information about the new printers as MacCentral posted this article.