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Epson EcoTank printers promise to last 2 years before needing an ink change

Epson EcoTank printers promise to last 2 years before needing an ink change

By 2 October 2014

Epson has announced a new range of EcoTank printers which it claims will go a full 2 years before the ink needs to be changed. Of course claiming 2 years is tough as it all depends on how much a person uses the printer. But it's a bold claim that certainly... >>

Epson gets tracking with Runsense GPS watches and Pulsense HR and activity trackers

Epson gets tracking with Runsense GPS watches and Pulsense HR and activity trackers

By 2 September 2014

Epson has made a change of direction from printing to making moves into sports and health tracking. Today it has announced its Runsense GPS watches and Pulsense heart rate and activity monitors. Epson Runsene The Runsense range of watches come with built-in... >>

Epson dabbles in smartphone golf swing sensor market with the M-Tracer for Golf MT500G

Epson dabbles in smartphone golf swing sensor market with the M-Tracer for Golf MT500G

By 10 February 2014

Seiko Epson has announced a golf swing sensor that attaches to a club and sends the data back to your smartphone via Bluetooth. The company is to enter the wearables market soon, and while not strictly "wearable" the M-Tracer for Golf MT500G is an indication... >>

Epson Moverio BT-200 AR smart specs take on Google Glass at its own game

Epson Moverio BT-200 AR smart specs take on Google Glass at its own game

By 7 January 2014

Epson has unveiled a set of augmented reality smart glasses that offer a digitally enhanced view of the real world. The Moverio BT-200 glasses feature a front-facing camera, GPS system, compass and accelerometer, so they can sense the world around the... >>

Print wirelessly from your Kindle Fire HD and HDX directly to Epson printers

Print wirelessly from your Kindle Fire HD and HDX directly to Epson printers

By 9 December 2013

Epson has announced support on its Connect printers for all Amazon Kindle Fire HD and Kindle Fire HDX tablets, allowing them to wirelessly print. Some of this is thanks to Android 4.4 KitKat which now has native printing support built-in. So while the... >>

Epson announces world's lightest GPS watch, sort of

Epson announces world's lightest GPS watch, sort of

By 22 February 2012

Epson is expanding its repertoire beyond the printers and projectors it is known for with the announcement of a new GPS sports watch, which the Japanese company says is the "first entry in to electronic sporting goods market". Details are a little on... >>

Epson Moverio BT-100 video glasses pictures and hands-on

Epson Moverio BT-100 video glasses pictures and hands-on

By 27 January 2012

We all like the idea of seeing a massive TV image while we stare up at the celing, or at a boring old wall. Well, the good news is that Epson wants to help your dream become a reality, with its Moverio BT-100. In simple terms, a pair of goggles that allow... >>

Epson MG-850HD projector wants an Apple a day

Epson MG-850HD projector wants an Apple a day

By 5 September 2011

Epson used IFA to introduce the MG-850HD; the first HD-Ready 3LCD home cinema projector featuring an iPod docking station. With vast amounts of personal media being stored on fanboy's iDevices, Epson will be hoping to tempt the Apple masses into going... >>

Epson ditches wires for Apple AirPrint and Google Cloud Print

Epson ditches wires for Apple AirPrint and Google Cloud Print

By 31 August 2011

Epson has jumped feet first into the cloud printing revolution (oh, it is happening baby, believe it) by announcing that it'll be playing nicely with both Google and Apple for wireless printing. The printing giant has announced compatibility with Apple... >>

VIDEO: Epson Stylus Office printer vs Ariel Atom racing car

VIDEO: Epson Stylus Office printer vs Ariel Atom racing car

By 11 November 2010

Epson claims that its Stylus Office range of printers are some of the fastest on the planet, being able to cough out 38 black and white or colour prints a minute. But that could just be bold hyperbole. So, to prove their uncanny ability to go through... >>