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Epson WF-C20600 (1)Epson recently announced a new lineup of Multi-Function Inkjet Copiers designed to take on the challenges of the modern workplace, promising improved printing productivity and reduced impact on the environment – WorkForce Enterprise WF-C21000, WF-C20750, and WF-C20600.

The new WorkForce Enterprise copiers offer improved functionality and usability compared to previous models, thanks to improvements in the ADF. These also use a new stapler and booklet finisher that brings features that include saddle-stitching, hole-punching, stapling and stacking.

Epson copiers deliver speeds ranging from 60 pages per minute to an ultra-fast 100ppm. They can deliver a fast first page-out time of 6.2 seconds with minimal time for warm-up. High-capacity ink cartridges can field up to 100,000 and 50,000 black and colored pages respectively, enabling continuous printing with uninterrupted downtime and a lower total cost of ownership.

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Designed to cater to the high-volume printing needs of businesses, the printers can also handle a print volume of 20,000 to 100,000 pages per month.

Driven by Epsons’ PrecisionCore Heat-Free Technology, the inket copiers consume far less power compared to laser printers and consume up to 85% less energy compared to laser copiers of similar speed. This can amount to significant cost savings in the office. Inkjet copiers also produce up to 85% less carbon dioxide than those of comparable laser copiers.

WorkForce Enterprise copiers also come with fewer components that need replacing, which makes them more convenient to operate as they only require changing the ink cartridges and maintenance box.

This translates to 59% less replacement parts when compared to laser copiers, significantly reducing the amount of waste generated as well as the impact on the environment over the product’s lifetime.

WF-C2100, WF-C20750, and WF-C20600 copiers are available at Epson’s authorized dealer stores nationwide.

Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.