Epson didn’t announce a new AirPrint enabled printer today, they just want to make sure everyone knows the’ve already got 105 of them. AirPrint, of course, it Apple’s technology for printing emails, photos, web pages, and documents directly from your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch; no printer-specific drivers or cables required.
As the number of iDevices increases, so has Epson’s support for AirPrint capability. They’ve expanded their line of AirPrint-enabled printers by more than 80% from last year. With these, apps such as Apple’s Mail, Photos, Safari and iBooks—as well as many third-party apps—can print directly from the app to the printer, making it very easy to share and preserve content.
To learn more about Epson’s AirPrint solutions, visit epson.com.