Epson has expanded its printer range with two new additions that are claimed to be the world’s smallest all-in-one printers with low running costs. The Epson Express ME-101 and ME-301 will replace Epson’s Stylus TX121 printer and are said to be 15 percent smaller.
More importantly, Epson is using Micro Piezo print head technology, supports a resolution of 5760X1440 pixels, has a page speed of 24 pages per minute (black) and 13ppm (colour), DURABrite Ultra ink (ME-301 only) and cheap price of new cartridges (Rs. 191 for black and Rs. 345 for colour).
The other difference between both the models is the inclusion of Wi-Fi in the ME-301.
ME-101 will sell for Rs. 3,999 and ME-301 will go for Rs. 7,699.