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Three new Epson LF printers

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Three new large format printers announced by Epson

Three printers launched at Photokina

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SP4900 and SP7890/9890 launch

At Photokina, Epson have announced the SP4900 replacement for the 4880 [review], and the 7890/9890 replacements for the 7880/9880.

Note: Epson have informed us that the 4880 will remain a current product and that the 4900 is more aimed at the proofing market.

As ever, we hope to have reviews when they are available, but it’s good to see that at last, the old need to swap black ink types has been dropped.

Epson 4900 printer

Epson 4900 printer


Epson 7890

Epson 7890

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