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Epson launches the WorkForce ET-4750 EcoTank all-in-one multifunction printer

24 Nov 17

Epson has launched the PrecisionCore-powered WorkForce ET-4750 EcoTank all-in-one multifunction printer.

Instead of using cartridges the ET-4750 uses easy-to-fill ink tanks granting up to two years of ink out of the box. According to Epson, that’s enough ink to print up to 11,200 colour pages and 14,000 pages in black. The ET-4750 also features auto-stop ink bottles with each colour uniquely keyed for easy filling of each tank, a high-capacity 250-sheet paper tray, fax, 70mm colour touchscreen, 30-sheet ADF, fast auto two-sided printing as well as ethernet or wireless networking.

When it comes time to refill the ink replacement bottles, sporting Epson’s unique colour key system to prevent misfiling, hold enough ink for 7,500 pages in black and 6,000 pages in colour. These cost AU$29.99/NZ$34.99 RRP (black) and AU$14.99/NZ$17.99 RRP (each colour).  

The WorkForce is powered by Epson’s patented PrecisionCore technology which uses a high-density print chip that can generate up to 40 million dots per second.

The WorkForce ET-4750 supports the latest wireless standard, 802.11b/g/n3 and includes Wi-Fi Direct, which means no router is required. Built in Ethernet also makes sharing the printer on your network quick and easy. The printer can also scan documents and save them to the cloud for easy access and collaboration.

Users can easily print from their tablet or smartphone using Epson Connect solutions. The ET-4750 also supports Android 6, AirPrint, iPad and iPhone, Chromebook, Fire-OS, Mac, and Windows devices. Users of Apple Airprint can print emails, web pages, presentations and documents straight from their iPad or iPhone as Apple iOS devices will automatically connect to the printer. There’s no software to download, no drivers to install and no cables to connect.

For those who want to print on the go from a smartphone or tablet using Google Cloud Print it’s simple with any Gmail or Google Drive account. They can, also, print from their Chromebook and Google Chrome without installing drivers or connecting cables.

The ET-4750 is backed by a one-year return-to-base warranty and users can receive an additional 1 years bonus warranty when they register online within 30 days of purchase in Australia. New Zealand users get an additional two years bonus warranty when they register within 90 days of purchase.

The Epson EcoTank WorkForce ET-4750 is available now from epson.com.au and Epson.co.nz as well as Epson resellers and retailers across Australia and New Zealand for AU$699.00 and NZ$749.

Look out for a hands-on review very soon.

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