Epson has announced three new inkjet printers that include a whole host of extra features, including the ability to print pages and 4-x-6 photographs edge-to-edge without the need for special paper. The Stylus Photo 790 is an A4 inkjet that offers 2880-x-720dpi and six colour printing – and includes variable-sized droplet technology with a minimum size of 4pl. It prints colour A4 pages at up to 7.5ppm and black-&-white at up to 7.5ppm. It connects to Mac and Windows PCs using USB and Parallel ports. Epson’s PhotoQuicker 2 image-organization software is bundled with the printer, as is Adobe Activeshare for network printing. The 790 uses special ink that Epson claims can last up to 20 years without fading. The 790 costs £135 plus VAT. The Stylus Photo 890 also offers 2880-x-720dpi and six colour printing – and again includes variable-sized droplet technology with a minimum size of 4pl. It prints colour A4 pages at up to 9.2ppm and black-&-white at up to 9.6ppm. It connects to Mac and Windows PCs using USB and Parallel ports. Epson’s PhotoQuicker 2 image-organization software is joined by Adobe’s PhotoDeluxe Home Edition. The 890 also uses special ink that Epson claims can last up to 20 years without fading. The 890 costs £169 plus VAT. The Stylus Photo 1290 also offers 2880-x-720dpi and six colour printing – but in sizes up to borderless A3+. It again includes variable-sized droplet technology with a minimum size of 4pl. It prints colour pages at up to 9.0ppm and black-&-white at up to 9.2ppm. It connects to Mac and Windows PCs using USB and Parallel ports. Epson’s PhotoQuicker 2 image-organization software is joined by Adobe’s Photoshop 5.0LE. The 890 also uses special ink that Epson claims can last up to 20 years without fading. The 890 costs £339 plus VAT.