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Epson Recognises The ‘Silicon Savannah’ | Introduces On-the-go Printers In Kenya

by Sam Wakoba
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Epsonlogo_2Nairobi is no doubt Africa’s Silicon Savannah with geeks working around the clock in various innovation hubs to unveil the next big thing with impact (not users) greater than Facebook’s.

Epson, in recognition of the great tech talent (read hunger or passion) has launched cloud-based printers so as the innovators can print their stuff on the go and from their mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets.

The Epson L355 and Epson L550 launched in East African market allows iPrint and e-mail print functionalities and can as well fax, copy, scan and print.

Not from Nairobi? No big deal,  all Epson Workforce Pro printers being launched globally have mobile and cloud printing capabilities.

Epson iPrint application  runs on iOS- and Android-based devices and runs on wi-fi-enabled printers and allows users to print loads from photos and documents to recipes, coupons, and web pages.

These guys will also be able to email Print by simply sending an email from their smartphones or other mobile device to an enabled Epson printer at their workplaces, offices or home.

 Epson’s Regional Sales Manager for East Africa Mukesh Bector told TechMoran,””We recognized some time ago that mobile printing wasn’t just a novel idea, it was a necessary requirement for both sharing memories and mobile productivity in a rapidly changing digital marketplace. As smartphone momentum continues to grow, Epson will continue to lead the development of various innovative mobile digital imaging solutions,” he added.

Other Epson products in the market that support iPrint functionalities include Epson Stylus PX730WD and Epson Stylus BX635FWD.

“The widespread use of these devices has also increased demand for printing services for people on the go who want to print documents when they are outside the office or the home,” he said.

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