The Epson Stylus C46, Epson Stylus C66, and the Epson Stylus C86, are the latest additions to Epson's range of general-purpose inkjet printers. All models are have been geared towards home projects and small business use.
The Epson Stylus C86 is the more advanced of the three models to be introduced and can print up to 22 pages per minute. It also offers resolution up to 5760 optimised dpi as well as being able to produce A4 borderless printing.
The printer will be available in July and will cost £90. There is also a Photo Edition of the Epson Stylus C86 available, which includes a pack of DURABrite photo paper, Print Image Framer software and a USB memory card reader that will cost £99.
The Epson Stylus C66 aims to fill the multi-purpose printer for the home and home office gap. The printer offers individual ink cartridges, a resolution of up to 5760 optimised dpi and the ability to print 17 pages per minute.
The Epson Stylus C66 is available now at a recommended retail price of £70. Like the Stylus C86 there is also a Photo Edition of the Epson Stylus C66 available which includes a pack of DURABrite photo paper and Print Image Framer software.
The third and entry level printer in the new additions is the Epson Stylus C46. The printer features a resolution up to 2800 optimised dpi and like the other two new additions features the latest version of Epson's PhotoQuicker 3.5 and Epson Web-To-Page software. PhotoQuicker 3.5 allows users to modify and print photos more easily, while Web-To-Page software allows web pages to be automatically condensed to paper size, so the printed version reflects what users see on screen.
The Epson Stylus C46 is available now at a recommended retail price of £50