Epson introduces the new printers for small offices, the WorkForce 840 and 60


Epson WorkForce 840
The Epson WorkForce 840


The WorkForce 840 is designed for high print volume and multi-tasking environments that require both speed and flexibility. It provides businesses with high performance and productivity features including fast single- and double-sided print speeds — 15 ISO ppm black and 9.3 ISO ppm color single-sided; 7.4 ISO ppm black and 5.4 ISO ppm color two-sided.

The WorkForce 840 offers a touch control panel with color LCD to quickly access all printer functions, a built-in two-sided 30-page Automatic Document Feeder to copy, scan and fax two-sided documents, and built-in memory card slots and USB drive port.

“The WorkForce 840 and Workforce 60 models were developed with the business user in mind, and expands Epson’s already robust line of business ink jet printers and all-in-ones,” said Rodrigo Catalan, product manager, Business Ink Jets, Epson America, Inc. “We understand that small and home-based offices with high print volume needs require a fast, reliable, and easy-to-operate printing solution that is cost-effective and produces top-quality output, and these models deliver on all fronts.”


Epson WorkForce 60
The Epson WorkForce 60


The WorkForce 60 delivers fast single- and double-sided print speeds — 15 ISO ppm black and 7.1 ISO ppm color single-sided; 7.4 ISO ppm black and 4.7 ISO ppm color two-sided. It also includes a 250-sheet input capacity, and provides a reliable solution to small business owners that require professional looking prints in high volume.

Additional Features of the WorkForce 840 and 60:

  • Built-in Wi-Fi and Ethernet compatible for network printing with the latest routers available
  • Epson exclusive instant-dry DURABrite Ultra inks for fade, smudge- and water-resistant prints
  • Direct printing from mobile devices
  • Individual ink cartridges for replacing only the color that is needed
  • Designed to be recycled
  • Epson MicroPiezo print head technology with smart nozzles delivers ink droplets in as many as three sizes, some as small as three picoliters, delivering sharp, laser-like quality text while optimizing print speeds

The Epson WorkForce 840 is retailing for $299.99  and the Epson WorkForce 60 retails for $129.99. Both will be available this month.

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