Serving as manager of USA, Southern California entrepreneur Max Motamedian provides client-focused IT source and distribution solutions. Mohsen Motamedian Export firm inventories a wide range of computers and peripherals that include brands such as Lexmark, Toshiba, and Epson.
As reviewed in PC Magazine, the latter company recently released the Epson Expression Photo XP-970 Small-in-One Printer. Replacing the XP-960, the consumer-grade printer handles wide-format photos and represents the new flagship of the popular Small-in-One line.
With a weight of under 20 pounds, the printer is described as taller and longer than its primary competitor, the Canon TS9520. It makes use of the Expression Premium ET-7750 EcoTank bulk-ink system. This provides ink from reservoirs that are refilled from bottles, rather than from cartridges.
The XP-970 offers a wide variety of connectivity options and supports Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa voice commands. Its print quality is described as being “near-impeccable,” with text legible to approximately five points and Excel and PowerPoint sheets judged outstanding. In the photo department, the printer exceeds this performance through generating images with vibrant colors and very little grain.
Max Motamedian is a respected California entrepreneur who guides Bashari Inc USA and offers leading-edge technology from top brands. Among the next generation products offered by Mohsen Motamedian Export are video cameras from outdoor camera pioneer GoPro.
A recent addition to the company’s lineup is the easy-to-use GoPro Max, which builds on 2017’s Fusion, the first 360 GoPro camera. More compact and uncluttered than the Fusion, the Max stands as a hybrid that can be operated the same as a lower resolution GoPro Hero when in “Hero” mode. In 360 mode, the camera’s spherical footage offers flexible reframing in post, with pan, tilt, zoom, and other director’s effects added.
Despite its small size, the GoPro Max offers a built-in touchscreen for previewing footage and controlling the camera. Its offset lens design is taken from the Fusion and enables better stitching of the two hemispheres. This is now accomplished in-camera rather than in post, as was the case with the Fusion.
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