Epson launches world’s smallest all-in-one printer
Epson this week launched the world's smallest all-in-one inkjet printer that offers outstanding business value through higher performance and lower running costs. The company says that the ME Office 535 (Nicknamed the "small-in-one") has been specifically designed to help conserve valuable space with its ultra-compact and attractive chassis, a feature that should be welcomed by most SOHO (Small Office/Home Office) users.
"We live in a society where space constraints are a constant challenge and we wanted to address this by designing and developing a printer that was economical in size, and yet did not compromise on quality and performance," says Tan May Lin, General Manager, Epson Singapore. "We are confident that the new ME Office 535 fits that bill."
In terms of performance, the ME Office 535 delivers optimum quality prints using ME 141 inks at a low running cost of only $0.05 cents per page for monochrome printing. When compared with its predecessor – the Epson Stylus TX22, Epson says the ME Office 535 uses 19% fewer components, is 39% smaller in overall size and 24% smaller in footprint.
All new printers from Epson consume up to 70% less power than conventional laser printers and are Energy Star certified. This means that consumers not only save money on consumables, but can also do their part for the environment by choosing a product that result in a lower carbon footprint.
The key specifications of the Office 535 are summed up in the table below:
The Epson ME Office 535 Inkjet is available at all authorised retailers in Singapore for a recommended retail price of $148 from October 2011.
Update: Dimensions of the ME Office 535 (WxDxH): 390mm (15.4") x 300mm (11.8") x 145mm (5.7")