Excerpt: There are better all-in-ones out there, but the Epson NX100 gets a lot done for the price. It prints, scans, and copies, all in one. It seems to use up ink quickly, but it accepts generic ink cartridges and refillables so you can replace them on the cheap. I had a couple problems with one round of generic cartridges, but then bought the refillable ones that seem to work better.
Excerpt: I bought this printer for 25.00 when my old all-in-one HP printer up and died on me after five years. In short, this printer makes me miss my old all-in-one HP. First, I print a LOT. I coupon heavily and the majority of those coupons are internet printed, so I tend to print a lot of paper. This is when I first noticed the downsides of the Epson printer. First, it goes through a LOT of ink.
Excerpt: I bought this printer in October of 2009 and it lasted me until April 2010. I found it on clearance at Target for $15, so wit that in mind I got my money's worth. However, it is not the greatest printer. It can be a bit slow and is kind of loud. The biggest problem I had with it is that it stopped recognizing my ink cartridges. I found this quite annoying as cartridges can be pricey.
Excerpt: My old printer died a painful death in the dumpster when I realized the part I needed would cost more than a 2month supply of ink! I did my research & found great reviews on epson printers and started watching the local ads. With a homeschooled child,a coupon crazy family and other printer addictions I knew I needed to replace mine fast. At the time last summer,extra money was getting tougher to come by.
Excerpt: This printer is great for printing photos in high quality, and is very user friendly with updates about in cartridges and software. However, if you wanted to print an essay or resume, this printer is not the best thing to use because of it's slow speed. It will try to print normal documents in photo quality, which is a waste of time and ink. If you want a printer for photos, this is great. But it is not for the office.
Epson All-In-One NX100 is worth every penny spent then some
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I bought the Epson All-In-One NX100 when Target had it on sell for $29 with the intention of purchasing a different/better printer when I had the money. I got it home and loved it so much for its easy of use, compact size and beautiful printing when I got the money to replace it all I replaced was the ink cartridges. It copies and scans beautifully and prints better and quicker than some other more expensive printers I have owned in my time.
Excerpt: I bought this Epson All-in-One printer a few months ago. My wife and I switched to complete online banking and needed a scanner to upload our checks. We didn't want a separate scanner and printer, so we went with the Epson NX125 printer/scanner/copier. So far, we haven't had any problems with it so far. It prints great. Everything comes out really clear and it doesn't smudge.
Excerpt: I bought my Epson Stylus NX100 All-In-One InkJet Printer over a year ago. I was looking for something cheap but good so I could print coupons at home. I got it on sale at Target for $29 which I was willing to pay. I have been pleased with the performance thus far. I have had to replace the ink cartridges a few times now. I try to find coupons for percentages off at office supply stores to help take the sting out of the cost of ink.
A mom who likes quality, willing to pay for it, but loves a sale
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I am a now single mom, who loves gadgets, especially high end ones. But, my budget is not what it once was. I love to go to Target, because their endcaps have these phenomenal deals! We were not really looking for a printer, ours was broken, but I don't need to use one that often. So, when we saw this phenomenal printer-3 in 1 at that for 20.00 I almost fell over! It is black and sleek and big, but not enormous, so it is a good size.
Excerpt: In my family our printing needs are quite simple: an occasional paper, coupon, map, or instuctions. We have it for the rare times when we need to print something and it works just fine for that. I have used it a few times to scan old photos. The quality of the scan is pretty good, but I've been pretty unhappy with the software the computer uses. It is a complicated process to scan multiple photos in a row.