Epson has introduced two four-colours printers into its Stylus range, aimed at the home or small office user. Both devices print at a resolution of 5760dpi, while print speeds are 22ppm for the Stylus D88, and 17ppm for the Stylus D68. Both devices incorporate Epson’s Micro Piezo print head technology and can produce A4 borderless prints. By incorporating individual ink cartridges, Epson claims the printers are more economical; you only replace a cartridge when it runs out, at a cost of £6.60. Richard Bayliss from Epson comments: “The Epson Stylus D88 and D68 Series are designed for those consumers who need all-purpose printing including the flexibility to print glossy photographs. Epson DURABrite Ultra ink delivers outstanding results on a wide range of paper types. The Epson Stylus D88 and D68 will be available in September, priced £59 and £49 respectively. The D88 is also available as a Photo Edition for £69 featuring a photo album and Epson Premium Glossy 7x5in Glossy Photo paper. Epson has also announced the Stylus Photo R200. Offering a resolution of 5760x1440dpi and utilising six ink cartridges that can be replaced individually, it can produce photographic prints up to A4 and personalised CDs and DVDs Richard Baylis from Epson comments: ‘Competitively priced, easy to use and economical to run, it provides an ideal solution to produce personalised photos, CDs and DVDs from the comfort of your own home.’ Retailing at £69.99 the Epson R200 incorporates Epson Print Image Matching III. To find out more about any of the products log onto www.epson.co.uk or call 0800 022 546.