Ink cartridges maker Epson has unveiled two new multifunction printers (MFPs) that are intended for use in environments where space is limited.
The SX435W and SX235W are the latest additions to the company's Small-in-One range, which also includes the recently announced NX430 – a model with the smallest footprint of any Epson MFP.
Business development manager at the firm Neil Wilson said: "These new products strengthen our already impressive Small-in-One range launched earlier this year, providing consumers with greater printing flexibility and value for money."
Despite their small size, the models come with a range of features, including wireless connectivity and scanning and copying functionalities.
Both printers use individual ink cartridges, which the firm stated could offer savings of up to 37 per cent compared with combined printer supplies.
It is also Energy Star-certified to indicate it uses as little electricity as possible and comes with 25 per cent less packaging than existing Epson devices, which may be of interest to users who are concerned about their carbon footprint.