The Epson Stylus C84 is a compact inkjet printer intended for home office use. It uses water-resistant DuraBrite Inks, and has wireless network capabilities.
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Identification and Background
The Epson Stylus C84 was introduced in 2003. Its model number is C11C529001. It features a black and plastic casing, with a detachable transparent paper feed tray. In the front, there is a black access panel on a hinge with the Epson logo on it. The model and number are to the right of the panel, on the gray housing.
This product differs from previous Epson models in that it offers 5760 x 1440 optimized dots per inch (DPI) with ultrafine 3-picoliter ink droplets to deliver high quality, resonant images. Its parallel and USB connectivity capabilities enable users to set it up on both Windows and Macintosh systems easily. It was replaced by the Epson WorkForce 40 in 2009.