Epson SureColor P706 A3+ Fine Art Printer
The technical details behind this printer Looking for a sleek, compact, and professional printer? Then Epson SureColor P706 A3+ Fine Art Printer is perfect for you. It provides professional features including high-capacity cartridges with an expanded colour range, new printing modes, networking and wireless connectivity, a large touchscreen display, plus advanced media handling. UltraChrome® PRO10 pigment ink, combined with Epson's innovative MicroPiezo® print head, allows the Epson SC-P706 to produce gallery-quality black and white output, plus improved vivid colour prints with breathtaking blues and violets thanks to the new Violet ink that is now on board. The Epson SureColor P706 has dedicated lines for all colours so now you do not have to wait to switch between the Photo / Matte Black ink carts saving you time and keeps you printing more efficiently. Exhibition Quality prints up to A3+ size but in an A4 sized footprint. Epson UltraChrome Pro10 Ink with Violet, is a new industry-leading ink technology, delivering an extended colour gamut producing vibrant and rich prints. No more automatic switching of the Photo/Matte Black inks with both inks having their own channel in the print head that means you will be printing straight away rather than waiting for ink cartridges to switch over. Photo Black Ink produces rich, deep blacks on traditional photographic papers; while Matte Black Ink produces excellent results on matte surface media. Featuring the Black Enhance Overcoat, delivers richer blacks, better contrast, and better tonality, all while reducing gloss differential in dark areas on glossy media. Key features Black Enhance Overcoat A3+ Size Printing Dedicated Black Inks Advanced Black and White Photo Mode Top three Reasons we think you will love this printer Superb Print Quality and Colour Advanced, simple media handling UltraChrome Pro10 ink cartridges Our experts opinion Epson SureColor P706 A3+ Fine Art Printer is setting new benchmarks in A3+ professional photographic printing, offering the highest D-max to date and unsurpassed black & white photography along with outstanding colour exhibition quality prints.