Epson is offering UK Mac users their first chance to take a look at some of its new products at MacExpo.

It will be demonstrating its Stylus Photo RX300, Stylus Photo RX500 and Stylus Pro 4000 at the show.

The Stylus Photo RX300 is Epson's first standalone A4 printer is compatible with a wide selection of digital cameras. It is capable of transferring images directly to a CD-R or Zip drive without being connected to a Mac, and suppports nine types of memory card, the company says. The device will produce a 10-x-15cm photo in under one minute and links to the Mac using USB. It costs £149.

The Stylus Photo RX500 is an all-in-one home photo centre. It offers scanning, photo printing and copying functions, and includes integrated memory card slots, including one for Fuji's new XD memory card format. The device is able to scan in faded photos and negatives, and is pitched at the semi-professional photographer and photo enthusiast. It costs £249.

Epson's Stylus Pro 4000 is a high-speed A2 wide-format photo printer with a print resolution of 2,880-x-1,440dpi. It costs from £1,757.

All prices include VAT.