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Epson SureColor P5000 and Stylus Pro 4900 Differences

Differences between SureColor P5000 & Stylus Pro 4900

Epson’s newest printer, the SureColor P5000 replaces the previous generation’s Stylus Pro 4900. So what’s the difference between the two printers?

Epson SureColor P5000 Improvements Over Previous Generation

  • 200mL UltraChrome HDX 10-Color Newly developed “Core Pigments”
  • Orange, Green and Black Inks that are 1.5 time denser than the Stylus Pro 4900.
  • Wider contrast ratio and improved resin encapsulation technology.
  • Superior gloass uniformity and optically clearer, sharper images.
  • Improved dust and static control for reduced nozzle clogging and maintenance and supports printless nozzle checks for time, production and resource efficiency.

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