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Epson PictureMate 100 – printer – color – ink-jet Series
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Epson PictureMate – printer – color – ink-jet. For more information and for registration, please click here. That said the controls surrounding the screen are easy to use.
One thing to bear in mind however is that print times were slower, and depended heavily on what colours the picture featured.
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Epson PictureMate 100 compact photo printer
Verdict The Espon PictureMate surprised us, because following our experiences with the original version we weren’t too impressed. Tablets by David Carnoy 7 days ago. System Requirements Details Operating System.
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Epson hopes to offer both with the Epson PictureMatebut can it pull it off?