Epson Artisan 1430
The Artisan 1430 delivers professional quality photos by leveraging Epson’s exclusive Advanced MicroPiezo® print head with DX5™ technology for accurate ink placement, smooth gradations and amazing skin tones. The Artisan 1430 offers Wi-Fi CERTIFIEDTMn1 wireless networking to easily share the printer with anyone on the network – as well as Epson iPrint app – to print and share from a smartphone, iPhone®, tablet or other device. With superior media handling capabilitiesto create gallery-quality prints on a host of popular borderless sizes –including 4”x6”, 13”x19” and 12”x12” – and Adobe® Photoshop® Elements bonus software, the printer is ideal for a range of projects– from brochures and posters to photo enlargements andpersonalized CDs/DVDs.
Epson Artisan 1430 Features:
· Ultra Hi-Definition photos that are smudge, scratch and water resistant2
· PC-free printing and sharing documents and photos from a smartphone, iPhone®, tablet or other mobile devices3 with Epson iPrint
· Photos last up to 200 years in storage and up to 98years on display under glass4
· Customized photo enlargements, brochures, posters and scrapbook pages
· Professional-looking ink jet printable CDs/DVDs
· Image enhancement tools for automatic color and lighting correction and red eye removal
· Range of eco features and environmental qualifications including, ENERGY STAR® and RoHS compliance, and is designed to be recycled5
Pricing and Availability
The Epson Artisan 1430 ($299.99*) will be available in February through major computer, office and electronic superstores, a variety of retail stores nationwide and Epson’s retail site, www.epsonstore.com. For more information, please visit www.epson.com.
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