During PMA 2001 Epson announced their new "Print Image Matching" innovation, a system which records "missing colour information" in the EXIF header of JPEG images, this information is understood by compatible printers to produce more accurate and vibrant colours which (in theory) should match the colours in the scene. At the time they announced collaboration with several digital camera manufacturers. Today Epson have announced their updated CP-900 (PhotoPC 3000Z), the CP-920Z with Print Image Matching.

I can only make a guess that this camera will be named the PhotoPC 3020Z when it's announced in the west.

Epson CP-920Z specifications

Sensor 1/1.8", 3.34 megapixel, 3.14 million effective
Image sizes 2544 x 1940 (interpolated; HyPict)
2048 x 1536
1600 x 1200
640 x 480
Lens 3x zoom, 34 - 102 mm equiv., F2.0 - F2.5
Focus Auto, Manual
Focus range Normal: 50 cm - Infinity
Macro: 6 cm - 50 cm
Sensitivity ISO 100 equiv, high sensitivity 200 / 400 selectable
Shutter speed range 8 sec - 1/1000 sec
Aperture range F2.0, F2.3, F2.8, F4.0, F5.6, F8.0
Metering 256 matrix TTL, Spot
Exposure compensation +/-2.0 EV in 0.2 or 0.5 EV steps
White balance Auto, 3 presets + Manual
Viewfinder Optical
Self-timer 10 seconds
Voice recording Yes, ten seconds annotation with each image (option)
Flash Built-in
Flash range Wide: 0.5 - 4.2 m
Tele: 0.5 - 3.4 m
Flash modes Auto, Fill-In, Off, Slow Syc, Red-Eye reduction, External
External flash Yes, hotshoe
Image modes TIFF, JPEG (Super fine, Fine, Standard)
Movie clips Quicktime Motion JPEG, 320x240 15fps, maximum 35 seconds
Storage Compact Flash, 16 MB supplied
Picture modes Macro, Black & White, Stitch Assist, Digital Zoom, Time Lapse
Play mode Display, Thumbnail, Zoom (2x), Delete, Protect, Detailed information, Voice annotation playback
LCD display 1.8" Polysilicon TFT (110,000 pixel)
Connectivity USB, Video Out
Power 4 x AA batteries (NiMH recommended)
Dimensions 108 x 89 x 65 mm
Weight (excl. batt) 358 g