Data Processing Dot Matrix Printers
Ultra high speed printing with flexible connectivity
The Epson DFX-9000 brings ultra-fast printing to the market - delivering ultra high speed printing at 1550 cps - the fastest print speed in the world. Offering the rock-solid reliability you need for high-volume printing, DFX-9000 is also very affordable and compact. To top it off, it offers class-leading networking flexibility and paper handling versatility. It is a combination that only Epson and dot matrix printers can deliver.
Ultra High Speed
The DFX-9000 is ultra-fast, printing at 1550 cps, the fastest print speed in the world. Yet it offers this speed without any sacrifice to dependability and is durable enough to withstand heavy use in the most demanding environments.
Epson dot matrix printers are known around the world for the outstanding performance and durability. The DFX-9000 carries on the tradition by offering the rugged construction and rock-solid reliability that business users demand for high volume printing.
Unrivalled Networking Flexibility
Flexibility is another big advantage of the DFX-9000. Fully networkable in multi-platform environments, it supports Windows XP, Me, NT4.0/3.51, 2000, 98, 95 as well as Netware and Unix operating systems.USB, serial and parallel ports are standard. Optional ethernet connectivity extends your networking capabilities even further, making the DFX-9000 an ideal choice when multiple users need to access its ultra-fast printing power.
Ultra-Versatile Paper Handling
You know it's an Epson with this kind of ultra-versatile paper handling. Featuring both rear and front paper paths, the DFX-9000 can handle everything from single sheet paper to seven-part forms. You can select the one you want right from your PC via the user-friendly Status Monitor. To expand functionality further, you can also choose from a full range of optional extras - including a pull tractor, a paper cutter and a perforation cutter. However you look at it, the DFX-9000 is one of the most versatile printers around, and is in a class of it's own.