Epson SureColor P600 Inkjet Printer Review Now Available

Epson SureColor P600 Photo Inkjet Printer Review

Epson SureColor P600 Photo Inkjet Printer Review

The Epson SureColor P600 was introduced at the Photo Plus Expo in October of 2014 and became available in January of 2015. It is the successor to the Epson R3000. The P600 is a 13″ wide enthusiast to professional level photo and fine art inkjet printer that features nine individual ink cartridges with the UltraChrome HD pigment ink system. Like the venerable UltraChrome K3 system, the new inkset uses five color inks along with three black inks. A switching mechanism allows you to choose from matte or photo black ink, depending on the type of media being used. Pigment inks are designed to be stable over long periods of time, allowing you to display prints (under proper conditions) for many decades. The P600 descends from a long line of top quality pigment based photo printers. Building on that lineage, Epson claims the P600 offers the best black density to date from a pigment printer using “Resin Encapsulation Technology.”

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