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All-in-one devices seem to be all the rage these days, and it is no surprise to see Epson expand the market with the introduction of two more all-in-one printer/copier/scanner/fax machines, the WorkForce 320 and WorkForce 325. They will both be entry-level devices, coming with a 30-page automatic document feeder that will increase efficiency. Apart from that, they will utilize Epson’s exclusive DURABrite Ultra all-pigment inks which have been touted to be fade, water and smudge resistant, while built-in Wi-Fi connectivity in the WorkForce 325 helps keep things wire-free in the office (or at home, depending on where you place this). You can also scan documents straight to a PDF format for easy emailing later on, while archiving documents become a snap. Other features of both devices are available in the extended post, but at the moment you can save up $79.99 for the WorkForce 320 while the WorkForce 325 will retail for $99.99 as they arrive in the middle of this month onwards. Sounds like pretty OK entry-level machines, but if you want something more professional, look elsewhere. [Press Release]

  • ISO print speeds of 4.3 ISO ppm black and 2.2 ISO ppm color
  • Individual ink cartridges for replacing only the color that is needed
  • Instant drying inks to immediately touch laser quality documents and photos
  • Captures every detail for document archiving with 1200 dpi scanning
  • Saves up to 50 percent of paper supply with manual, two-sided printing
  • Uses up to 70 percent less power than laser printers
  • ENERGY STAR qualified, RoHS compliant, and designed to be recycled
  • 5760 x 1440 dpi printing
  • Epson MicroPiezo print head technology

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