Epson on Tuesday introduced its inkjet-based CX5000 and CX6000 “More-In-One” devices, which print, scan and copy. The new all-in-one printers retail for $99 and $149 respectively and will be available in September.
The printers can output at up to 27 pages per minute in black and color and can copy at up to 26 copies per minute in black and color, and support up to 5760 x 1440 optimized dots per inch (DPI). They also feature the ability to copy, reduce and enlarge documents or photos without using a computer first.
You can also print in multiple sizes and paper types without using a computer. They tout flash media card slots and built-in control panels. Scanning is done in 48-bit, 1200 x 2400 DPI resolution. Both printers also feature individual ink tank cartridges.
Differentiating the two printers, the CX6000 touts a 2-inch color LCD display and photo restoration technology.
Both printers connect to the Mac using USB 2.0 and support Mac OS X v10.2.8 or later. They work with both PowerPC and Intel-based Macs, according to Epson.