Excerpt: I had always been off buying an all in 1, since if 1 thing breaks then you would have to buy a seperate product and it always seemed better to buy seperates. But due to the way prices are going thesedays it was actually cheaper buying this rather than …
Excerpt: well, back when i bought this fine printer, it Was grat for the price.. couldn't complain back then, but as now (which most people reading this should know...) Windows 7 is now the leading Operating System However, the drivers for the Scanning on this do not function At All on windows 7, at least,...
Pros: reliable and ink doesnt try out quickly, very cheap
Cons: picture can sometimes have odd colours, Driver support is terrible
does everything you expect for £40, but nothing more.
26 April 2011
Excerpt: The Epson Stylus printer was bought as an inexpensive solution whilst I was updating my computer equipment. It connects to your computer using a USB cable and does not require any complicated set up.
Despite its downsides, it is fit for purpose and reliable
7 June 2010
Excerpt: I have been using this printer for a good 2 years now and, overall, it has been very reliable. It was initially very cheap to buy even then and came with a set of cartridges (which did not last long, though I understand they only half fill them in the factory - cheapskates!).
Not the best printer there are so many better printers - but not as cheap as this one and its ink
17 April 2010
Excerpt: Epson printer I have had this printer for about two years I think with varied results. So firstly epson is a really really good brand and it makes printers that are built to last, as my printer is relatively still in the same condition as I bought it, even after about two maybe three years!
A good buy overall as the copier ability comes in useful
28 June 2009
Excerpt: I'm keen on bargains and gadgets so the all-in-one aspect of this printer really appealed. I got mine from staples about 18 months ago now and it was £44 at the time. I had been looking for a fairly basic printer but this seemed to have more on offer for the same price.
Excerpt: Like the other users, I recently bought this All-In-One Printer just under a year ago. I was in a supermarket looking for a £25 cartidge for a bog standard £30 Lexmart printer when I saw this little (maybe not so little)beauty by Epsom. I had to do a double take £35 for an all in one?
Excerpt: Well, I got the Epson DX4400 from Asda back in January 2008, and sent it back a couple of months ago. I saw it and it looked quiet good for how much it cost (£39.99 or £39.00 can't remember) so i bought it. When it was opened it was very well packages and took less than ten minutes to install.
Pros: It's got a scanner, ink mixing if the black runs out, great photo prints !
Cons: Quite slow when printing colour, expensive genuine ink, ink can tend to run out fast .
Excerpt: I've been using this printer for at least six months, maybe more. I bought it when I was looking for new ink cartridges for my old printer in the supermarket one day and noticed that it was only an extra £10 to get the cartridges along with a brand new printer!