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, not the 64-bit version which is now supplied with most computers / laptops.
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. It does not print in fantastically high quality, despite the fact it seems to drink costly ink very very quickly.
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! *Scanning* The printer is a multi functioning, all in one printer, as it firstly is a printer and it is also a scanner/copier.
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. The instruction manual was simple and easy to follow, as was the installation on the computer. Installing the ink was ok and it was ready to print!
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 picked one of these up from PC World for around £40 about 18 months ago; to its' credit, it still works perfectly, and prints what I want it to. Well, when I can work the menu which, inexplicably, seems to be unwilling to appear in anything other than German! On the suspicion that this was caused by something other than Epson, however, I'll let that pass. This printer certainly has good points. It's reliability, as already mentioned, is exceptional given the price.
Excerpt: The Epson Stylus DX 4400 3 in 1 printer copier and fax is a great entry level printer for the student or family. I picked mine up from a supermarket chain for a good price of £25 about 5 months ago.I have used Epson printers for years and needed a new one as the heads on my old one finally gave up. Yes the black ink seems to run out very quickly, only after 2 weeks of intermediate printing I had to buy one.
Excerpt: I don't know about you, but I've always bought cheap printers but once the ink has run out, it is invariably cheaper to buy another new machine than replace the ink cartridges. This version cost us £39.99 and was from Tesco. What's great about this is there are four separate colour ink cartridges and you don't need to replace them all at the same time. A big plus is they are cheap, at around £6.99 and are stocked everywhere.
Pros: Cheap ink, great definition on print and copying