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Epson Stylus NX400

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Overall 7

Epson Stylus NX400 All-in-One Printer

8 December 2008
  • Summary: If you really want an all-in-one for under $100, and you don't intend to use it too much, the Epson Stylus NX400 All-in-One Printer will fit the bill. It's particularly strong on photo printing, and while its color-graphic printing is passable, it won't knock your socks off. But if you need to print a lot, and high-quality graphics are important, spend some extra money and buy something in the $200-$300 range.
  • Pros: Inexpensive all-in-one, Color photo quality is excellent, Photo ink doesn't smear or run
  • Cons: No automatic document feeder or paper tray, No automatic duplex option
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Overall 7

Epson Stylus NX400

PC Magazine
30 September 2008
  • Conclusion: Although highly photocentric, with high-quality photo output, the Epson Stylus NX400 also handles text and graphics reasonably well.
  • Pros: High-quality photos. Pigment inks are smear-resistant even on plain paper. Surprisingly fast for text and graphics.
  • Cons: Lacks both software utility and front-panel controls for convenient scanning to e-mail or fax programs.
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Overall 8

From the Lab Review: Epson Stylus NX400

11 September 2008
  • Excerpt: (1 items) Epson’s Stylus NX400 is an inexpensive ink-jet multifunction device that can print, scan, and copy documents and photos. It attaches to your Mac via USB 2.0, though many of the NX400’s features can be used without a computer thanks to its flash memory card slots and PictBridge USB port. The NX400 uses four pigment-based inks, each housed in an individual ink tank; you can replace the individual empty cartridges as needed.
  • Pros: Water-, smudge-, and fade-resistant prints, Inexpensive, Print, scan and copy functionality in one unit
  • Cons: Scans limited to 24-bit files, Reddish photo prints and scans
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