Epson has unveiled a quartet of printers in the Stylus range, aimed at different target markets. There's the Epson Stylus Photo PX810FW and the Epson Stylus Photo PX710W, which are for photographers, the Epson Stylus SX610FW for general consumers, and the Epson Stylus Office BX610FW for offices.
Starting with the photo models, the PX810FW is a high-end all-in-one model that, the company claims, is "perfect for those who want everything in one machine". It's got a fax machine, scanner, copier and photo printer in its body, and also has Wi-Fi for ease of connecting it up to your home network.
The PX710W is also high-end, but it aimed even more at photographers. It can apparently print "great quality" photos in ten seconds, and also has Wi-Fi functionality. On top of that, it can view, edit and print photos direct from a memory card, and has direct printing from PictBridge compatible cameras.
The SX610FW is another Wi-Fi equipped all-in one. It has a 6.3-cm LCD panel that lets you print photos from a memory card, and it also has Bluetooth functionality, so you can print direct from most mosbile phones. It goes fast too - hitting 38 pages per minute at its peak.
Lastly, the BX610FW is the office model, which comes without most of the bells and whistles from the models above, but can pump out colour prints like no tomorrow. It has print, scan, copy and fax functionality, and has Wi-Fi and ethernet networking capability.
The PX810FW costs £300, the PX710W is £200, the SX610FW costs £160 and the office-y BX610FW is £180. All are available from 1 September 2009.