Epson has announced three inkjet printers - the Stylus Photo 790, 890 and 1290.
New features include the ability to print pages and 4-x-6-inch photographs edge-to-edge without photographic paper.
The £135 A4 Stylus Photo 790 is an inkjet printer with a resolution of 2,880-x-720dpi. Features include six-colour printing at up to 7.5 pages per minute (ppm). The USB connected printer ships with Epson's PhotoQuicker 2 image-organization software and Adobe Activeshare for network printing. Epson claims the ink will last up to 20 years without fading.
The £169 USB Stylus Photo 890 offers a resolution of 2,880-x-720dpi and six-colour printing. It prints colour A4 pages at up to 9.2ppm and monochrome speeds reach 9.6ppm. The bundled software includes Epson's PhotoQuicker 2 and Adobe’s PhotoDeluxe Home Edition.
The A3+, USB, Stylus Photo 1290 has a resolution of 2,880-x-720dpi and six colour printing. It will print A3+ paper sizes borderlessly. It prints colour pages at up to 9.0ppm and black-&-white at up to 9.2ppm. Software includes Epson’s PhotoQuicker 2 and Adobe’s Photoshop 5.0 LE. The printer costs £339.