Epson America’s Stylus Photo 750 is designed to rival photo-lab output while dramatically improving color-photo print speeds.
Priced at $299, the Stylus Photo 750 is up to 150 percent faster than its predecessor, the Stylus Photo 700. It can render a 4-by-6″ photo in approximately one minute and an 8-by-10″ photo in two minutes.
The 750 achieves 1440-by-720 dpi resolution by employing the smallest ink droplet size in its class – six picoliters, according to the company. The result is crisper detail and enhanced photo reproduction quality.
The printer offers native Universal Serial Bus connectivity for both Windows 98 and Macintosh platforms, including the iMac.
For more information, visit the company’s Web site at http://www.epson.com.