Epson has launched the first colour ink jet printer designed specifically to co-ordinate with the colourful iMac range.
The Epson Stylus Colour 740i comes housed in a new translucent case, similar to that of Apple's iMac and Power Macintosh G3 computers and comes standard with a blueberry cover.
Buyers can choose to outfit their printers with covers in grape, lime, tangerine and strawberry.
Rajeev Mishra, product manager of ink jet solutions at Epson, commented: "This printer not only matches the unique look and feel of an iMac or Power Mac G3, but it delivers superior colour performance in terms of both print quality and speed."
The 740i, available now, has 1440x720 DPI resolution and native Universal Serial Bus (USB) connectivity.
Included in the $279 US price is software applications Poloroid Photomax Pro and Arcsoft Photoprinter.
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