Epson expands mobile and cloud printing services in Kenya

Monday 7 January 2013 | 12:28 CET | News
Epson has set its sights on expanding its mobile and cloud printing services for mobile devices such as smartphones and tablet in Kenya. These allow people to print documents and photos directly to their Epson printers from a mobile device. The new and expanded services being introduced into the local market include original Epson services collectively known as Epson Connect. The company is keen to expand its cloud printing range (Epson Stylus PX730WD, Epson Stylus BX635FWD) in Kenya by launching two more printers, the Epson L355 and Epson L550, with iprint functionality, in the coming

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Categories: IT / Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Apple / Epson / Google
Countries: World
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