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Epson Introduces SureLab D570

Epson Introduces SureLab D570

Epson is further supporting the event photography market with the introduction of the SureLab D570 professional minilab photo printer. Offering high-quality photo printing in a lightweight and compact design, the SureLab D570 provides a versatile solution for printing brilliant small-format photos on demand, making it ideal for event, hospitality, kiosk and retail environments.

"It's such a special memory when event sites are able to offer a photo for consumers to take with them, and the new SureLab makes that easier than ever," said Aaron Brill, associate product manager for professional imaging, Epson America Inc. "Designed for portability without sacrificing quality, the SureLab D570 is the ideal affordable solution for low- to mid-volume, small-format photo printing for any on-site event, photo kiosk or tourist destination."

The SureLab D570 minilab has a small footprint and features the latest in professional imaging technology, coupling Epson's advanced MicroPiezo AMC printhead with vivid UltraChrome D6r-S ink to consistently deliver crisp, vibrant pictures. With low power consumption, the printer is energy efficient enough to be powered by a user-provided portable battery for easy event printing on-site. The SureLab D570 prints high-quality 4-by-6-inch photos in seconds, allowing businesses to provide customers with the photos they want on demand, at virtually any time.

Engineered to be lightweight and portable, the minilab printer is easy to carry to on-site events. In addition, with a stackable design, businesses can scale and add more printers to keep up with customer demand. For improved usability, the SureLab D570 features built-in wireless connectivity as well as simplified software for creating professional prints with either the minilab's redesigned printer driver or a smartphone.

Additional features include:

  • Outstanding photographic quality – high-quality prints using Epson's MicroPiezo AMC printhead and AccuPhoto image processing and screening technology
  • Zero cartridge waste – UltraChrome D6r-S high-capacity 70 mL ink bottles (sold separately) deliver a wide color gamut and low operating costs; six-color dye-based ink set for vibrant water-, smudge- and fade-resistant prints
  • Versatile connectivity – easily connect to and control one or multiple printers over Wi-Fi, Ethernet or USB
  • Simplified software – create professional prints using the redesigned printer driver for Windows or Mac, or with your smartphone app
  • Engineered for reliability – robust print engine is backed by Epson U.S.-based support team and limited warranty
  • Epson Cloud Solution PORT3 – monitor the live status of an entire printer fleet regardless of location; view output production rates, printer status, errors and more

The SureLab D570 is now available through Epson Authorized Professional Imaging Resellers.

In other news, Epson is hosting a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its new Los Alamitos-based headquarters located at 3131 Katella Ave., Los Alamitos, California from 10 a.m. to noon on Tuesday, May 9. This event marks Epson’s support of and involvement in the community and its focus on reducing environmental impacts, improving work environments and enriching lives by connecting people, things and information with Epson technologies. The ceremony will feature remarks from elected officials, community leaders from Casa Youth Shelter, Precious Life Center, and The Youth Center (TYC), as well as Epson's CEO Keith Kratzberg and parent company Seiko Epson Japan’s Director Koichi Kubota.

The Epson Campus was designed to meet the needs of Epson America’s purpose-driven mission and is a reflection of the Epson 25 Renewed Corporate Vision to help surrounding communities thrive, as well as to support ongoing sustainability initiatives through its products and services. Since moving to the campus, Epson has been an integral part of the Los Alamitos community:

  • The campus features a state-of-the-art Executive Briefing Center, providing unparalleled opportunities for Epson customers, partners and community members to interface with its technologies and conduct business.
  • Epson and its campus are available to local businesses and non-profits in need of facilities to host events, training or executive meetings free of charge. Its first year, Epson hosted the Annual Winter Fest event in its parking lot for the residents of Los Alamitos to drive in and watch a movie from their cars.
  • Epson has engaged with the local community and non-profit organizations through a range of activities, including product and monetary donations to local food banks, shelters and community centers including Casa Youth Shelter, Precious Life Shelter, The Youth Center (TYC), and the Los Alamitos High School.
  • The new Epson Campus demonstrates Epson's commitment to environmental sustainability through EV recharging stations, water conservation features and increased power efficiency in systems throughout the buildings. The design also focuses on employee wellness through spaces dedicated to employee collaboration, rest, focus and fitness.

During the ceremony, attendees will receive:

  • Photo and interview opportunities with CEO Keith Kratzberg and executive team members from Epson's parent company Seiko Epson Corp., as well as local community leaders in attendance
  • An overview of local/community activities and initiatives underway within Los Alamitos
  • A personalized tour of the new facilities, including Executive Briefing Center
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