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Good print quality
Epson All-In-One (almost) Printer Review
Actually this purchase was a mistake. I wanted an Epson printer, but also wanted fax capability. The Stylus NX400 that I bought does everything (print, copy, scan) very well for the $60 I paid for it. However, the NX300 also has the fax feature that I miss. I'm a big fan of Epson printers ... they print photos extremely well in addition to text. They have individual ink tanks to distribute colors and black ink at reasonably inexpensive replacement cost. What more can you want from a printer? The Scan feature is slick .. put a document on the flatbed and just click the 'Scan' icon on your desktop .. you can save it as a graphic or a pdf file very easily. It's footprint on your desk is not that much bigger than most other printers ... same width just a few inches deeper front to back. All in all a great printer for around $60.
this is the printer you need at home
i should state upfront that the reason i bought this printer is because i already owned one. my nephew needed a printer and i have a love/hate (mostly hate) thing going with this printer. but it can be turned into a great printer. understand that the printer as sold is a pos in the ink cartridge department. it does have four cartridges, which i consider superior to multiple colors in one tiny cartridge. and i believe a home printer should cost less than $50. so the answer for me is to buy a $15-$35 printer on ebay, a full set of compatible cartridges, and compatible ink. the reason i say "compatible" cartridges is because the epson cartridge holds about much ink as a loogie, maybe less. and yes, the cartridge recognition "feature" can be defeated. most of the instructions are written by an esol person, so google deep enough to understand the issue.
Best printer I've owned in a long time!!!
Excellent printer!! Print quality is fabulous. Easy to set up, easy to install, easy to use. I had an Epson Stylus 15 years ago and loved it but when I traded it out for something newer, I bought a Lexmark/Kodak printer and it was good, but started leaking ink, went to a Brother, than another Lexmark (biggest piece of junk I've ever owned) and now back to the Epson. I figured I'd give Epson another shot because I liked that first one so well and at around $100, the price wasn't bad for the features it offered. If there is anything I don't like is that when it first starts to print it is a bit louder than other printers I've had, but overall this thing is superior in every way. I've had it about a month and have printed numerous documents and probably 12-18 pages of photos and the ink is still half full. I would highly recommend this printer to any one, provided you can get past the initial noise when it starts to print a page.
Ink hog, if you use Epson ink...
Really nice (and fast) printing for both text and pictures. Ink gets quite expensive if you use Epson Inks. For 3-4 years now I have been using replacment cartridges from "InkFactory.com", that "auto-reset" when they reach about 10% - 20% full. I get much much better "milage" from my ink because it uses "all" the ink in the cartridge. You just have to monitor your printouts because when a cartridge runs out of ink it will only be noticeable in the printed page. That's when you replace the cartridge. A very small inconvience vs. the cost savings in Ink.
I bought the epson stylus nx400 one month ago because the price was just. The printer is formidable, easy to use and this completely new and perfect conditions, is everything what I need for my small office. Is really good item. until now, I not have something bad that to say of this printer(copier and scanner too).