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Epson launches new EcoTank printers with up to two years of ink included
Posted on 3-Jun-2015 11:21. | Tags Filed under: News.


Epson launches new EcoTank printers with up to two years of ink included
Epson has launched three new printers in its New Zealand EcoTank range – the L365, L455 and L565. These new generation printers now have additional features, better functionality and as with all EcoTank printers, up to two years worth of ink included straight out of the box.

EcoTank printers have revolutionised household and small office printing by making them incredibly convenient as a result of the two years worth of included ink1, the elimination of regular trips or orders to buy ink and the knowledge that, paper aside, most costs associated with printing are already paid for.

The Epson EcoTankTM L365, L455 and L565 are wireless all-in-one printers with integrated ink systems, ideal for busy homes looking to cut their printing costs. Thanks to the integrated high-capacity ink tanks, ink is supplied continuously to the printer, so there are no cartridges to replace making printing for the whole family a hassle free experience.

EcoTank’s integrated high capacity ink tank system boasts enough ink in the box to print up to a massive 4,000 pages in black and 6,500 pages in colour. According to Epson for most households this is around two years’ worth of ink.

The use of ink bottles means there are no cartridges to change, ever. If required one simply tops up the tanks and continues printing without worry. Additional high-volume ink bottles can be purchased that have a drip free-free nozzle and resealable cap for easy storage. The replacement bottles also hold enough ink to print 4,000 pages in black and 6,500 pages in colour.

The EcoTankTM L365 printers have Wi-Fi with auto-setup making it simple to connect all computers and laptops to the printer. In addition users can print from Android4 and iOS phones and tablets using Epson’s free iPrint app3. iPrint is free to download from the Apple App store or AndroidTM4 Play store and allows users to easily print web pages, Microsoft Office documents, photos and PDFs.



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