Epson goes blue

Epson has been hit by the clear blue bug. No, it's not a virus. It's the design craze that has taken off ever since the release of the first iMac last year.

Epson's Stylus Color 740 inkjet printer has been released in transparent blue casing, sporting USB compatibility and a range of media options for work documents through to hobbies and crafts, says Epson.

The $629 printer features Epson's Micro Piezo printhead, which produces smaller "more accurately-defined ink droplets", according to the company. The Stylus Color 740 also features a maximum resolution of 1440 x 720dpi, and prints on a range of media types such as Iron-On transfers, PhotoStickers, transparencies and self-adhesive sheets.


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