Now available in the official epson catalog, the Ecotanks Reader is a printer that can be purchased directly from the manufacturer.
It was first shown at CES last year, and has been in development since 2012.
The device was first described as a desktop printer, and is the product of a partnership between Panasonic and epson, which has a joint venture with epson.
Epson says the device uses a proprietary “ecotank” technology, which allows the printer to read the printed material with no additional power, no matter the ink capacity.
You can see the product in action below, with the epson logo on the right and the printer’s name on the left.
“It’s basically a desktop inkjet printer,” Epson told Wired.
“[With the Ecots Reader] we can create a high-quality, highly scalable, low-cost, mass-produced, low price, ultra-low cost, printable image.
And it’s just incredibly powerful, it’s incredibly simple to use.
Just plug it in, plug it into your computer, and you can print a whole page at once.”
Ebook readers are a relatively new technology, but have been around for a while.
Ebook readers have long been a staple of tablets and other digital devices, and are now becoming the standard for digital reading on phones, tablets, and even smartwatches.
The ebooks are made by Epson, and the company has sold more than 300 million of them, according to the New York Times.
Amazon recently launched an ebooks reader, and Apple recently announced a new iPad mini ereader, but it is unclear whether the company plans to expand its Epson product line to more printers.
According to Wired, Epson’s new device is capable of reading images from 3,600 to 2,800 dots per inch (DPI).
It’s not the first time the company is releasing a printer with a similar ability.
In 2011, the company introduced the Epson E-Series, which had a 2,600-DPI display and could read images from the iPhone 4s.