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New Epson Artisan 1430 adds wireless mobility to wide format gallery quality prints
Sydney, 1 February 2012: Epson Australia released today the Artisan® 1430 wide format printer for photo enthusiasts and advanced amateurs who want to print gallery quality images up to A3+, and graphic designers and CAD users who need finely detailed large format prints.
With Ultra High Definition prints, superior media handling capabilities including borderless print sizes from 4x6 to A3+, CD/DVD printing, convenient wireless networking and easy to use mobile printing apps, the Artisan 1430 is designed for a wide range of creative and professional projects including photo books, scrapbooking, brochures and posters, graphic illustrations and design rendering.
Epson Claria photographic ink in six high capacity individual cartridges (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Black, Light Cyan and Light Magenta) is matched with Epson’s exclusive Advanced MicroPiezo® print head and Variable Sized Droplet technology in the Artisan 1430 to deliver highly accurate placement of ink droplets in as many as five sizes down to a tiny 1.5 picolitres, while optimising print speed on the selected print mode.
The result is gallery quality prints with super smooth colour and tone gradations and vital skin tones.
Epson Claria Photographic ink supports a wider colour gamut than traditional photo printing technologies and is far more resistant to fading than earlier dye–based inks, having been strengthened at a molecular level to resist fading caused by light and oxidised gasses such as ozone. Claria ink photo prints retain their vibrant beauty longer under a wide range of conditions and have a potential album storage life estimated at up to 200 years.#
Built-in Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™n (802.11n) wireless networking ensures multiple users can easily share the Artisan 1430, and Epson Connect including Epson iPrint allows printing of web pages, documents, and photos on-the-go from a smartphone, iPhone®, iPad®, or other mobile device, with remote printing also possible via email print.
The Artisan 1430 is also PictBridge™ compatible allowing direct printing via cable from enabled cameras and other storage devices.
With a range of up to 60 different recommended Epson media types and finishes the Artisan 1430 is versatile, supporting diverse image printing needs with speed and ease.
Epson Artisan 1430 high-performance features:
- Ultra High Definition photos that are smudge, scratch and water resistant on recommended Epson photo papers
- PC-free printing and sharing documents and photos from a smartphone, iPhone®, tablet or other mobile devices with Epson Connect and Epson iPrint
- Images last up to 200 years in storage and up to 98 years on display under glass#
- Included image enhancement tools automatically evaluate and correct digital images for colour and lighting, while the advanced face detection software adjusts the colour to ensure beautiful natural skin tones and removes red-eye.
The Epson Artisan 1430 (RRP $399) is available through major computer, office and electronic superstores, a variety of retail stores nationwide and at www.shoponline.epson.com.au. For more information including detailed specifications, please visit www.epson.com.au
See www.epson.com/mobileprinting for a list of supported/compatible devices and apps.
# Because actual print stability will vary according to media, printed image, display conditions, light intensity, temperature, humidity and atmospheric conditions Epson cannot guarantee the longevity of prints. For maximum print life, display all prints under glass or UV filter or properly store them.
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