It’s goodbye to fading, yellowing, dull digital prints say Epson with the launch of its Stylus Photo 2000P inkjet printer. Using the company’s new pigment inks, the printer promises photo-quality output that will last longer than traditional photographic prints – in excess of 100 years in normal lighting conditions claims Epson. Features of the Stylus Photo 2000P include a paper-handling capability up to A3, full edge-to-edge printing, and parallel and USB interfaces. The Stylus Photo 2000P costs £799 including VAT.