Epson Boasts Expertise in Printers and Projectors

Seiko Epson Corporation is a manufacturer of computer printers, information and imaging related equipment. More commonly known as Epson, it is one of the core companies of the Seiko Group. The Seiko group name is traditionally known for manufacturing timepieces. Headquartered in Suwa, Nagano, Japan the company operates multiple subsidiaries and manufacturers. Their product line includes inkjet, dot matrix and laser printers, scanners, desktop computers, business, multimedia and home theatre projectors, industrial automation equipment, point of sale docket printers and cash registers, laptops, integrated circuits, and LCD components. The first printer manufactured by Seiko Group was based off of the EP-101. A printing timer developed to be the official time keeping device for the 1964 summer Olympics. In April 1975 Epson America was establish to sell printers for the Seiko Group in America.

Epson product line contains Printer, Projectors, and Point of service systems. The new OmniLink TM-T88V-i and TM-T20ll-i POS systems allow wireless or legacy peripherals to be added virtually to any POS system.  The T88V-I is able to run a broad range of POS configurations. The built in web server in the T88V-i allows for mobile POS deployment, tablet-based POS systems, cloud-based services without using legacy POS integration and easy control of peripherals though a mobile device. This device is able to connect to 5 peripherals using 4 USB ports and 1 serial port. The TM-T20ll-i offers the same features but can only connect to 3 peripherals utilizing 2 USB ports and 1 serial port.

For professional organizations Epson provides multifunction workgroup printers. Multifunction printers print, copy, scan, and fax. There are four model lines to choose from; WP-4520, WP-4533, WF-5690; WP-4590. They all allow for wireless printing and can decrease printing costs by up to 50%.

Epson also manufactures high illumination projectors designed for conference rooms as well as large venues. The current model lines of large venue projectors include the powerlite 4000 series, Pro G series, and Pro Z series. The Pro Z series provides up 11000 lumens, 7 optional powered lenses, Dual Lamps and liquid cooling. The Pro G series offers 7,000 lumens and 6 optional manual lenses. The powerlite 4000 series produces 5,000 lumens however it does not have any optional lenses. Interactive projectors offer innovative solutions for your meeting room. The model line includes the Brightlink Pro 1410Wi, Brightlink Pro 1420Wi, and Brightlink Pro 1430Wi. The top of the line 1430Wi features trouch-based interactivity for up to 6 participants, up to 50 pages of whiteboard space and whiteboard sharing for mobile devices.


September 13, 2019

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