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Difference between new SureColor P-Series and Stylus Pro Series

The new Epson SureColor P6000, P7000, P8000 and P9000 Printers will start shipping soon (expected in October.) The main question people have been asking…What’s the difference between the new SureColor P Series and the Epson Stylus Pro 7900 or 9900 Printers that they’re designed to replace?

The main difference is in the ink. Epson’s newest wide format SureColor line will include the same inks as the Epson SureColor P600 and P800 13” and 17” machines, the HDX Ink set. HDX inks will allow the new wide format machines to achieve a higher D-Max than previous generations, richer and more full blacks and early indications in longevity tests suggest 200-400 years in print life (double of the Stylus Pro series.)

The SureColor P7000 & SureColor P9000 Commercial Edition Printers use a violet ink which allows the machine to reach 99% of the PANTONE color catalog. Additionally, users in the proofing market can even obtain Reflex Blue in prints.

Interested in a new SureColor P-Series wide format printer?

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