Excerpt: I have brought this printer after my old printer suddenly stopped working. I paid around £30 for it as I was on a tight budget. The size of the printer is pretty small. It fits under my computer desk very easily without any problems. What's included: > Printer & Scanner (All in one) > USB cable > Mains Plug > Installation disk > Starter cartridges -- Installation -- Setting the printer up was very simple.
Summary: Note- Always make sure that the paper exit flap is open when printing (yes, I have forgotten to a couple of times and it pretty much guarantees a paper jam) Also, it does NOT come with a USB cable for connecting it to your PC/laptop. If you need one just search for a USB printer cable, they are available for about 99 pence for a 3m one. I am using this item with Windows 7 64bit Ultimate. I have not used the scan or copy features as yet so cannot comment on them.
Excerpt: I bought this printer on sale for £34.99 at PC world. I did quite a bit of research on which brand of printer would be best to go with this time as I have had two lexmark printers before and been completely stung on the price of their ink cartridges! I needed an all in one printer that doesn't wizz through ink and when it does I can actually afford new cartridges! PC world and Asda have their own brand catridges which are compatable with this printer which is perfect!
Summary: I needed a new printer for my father, who is quite new to computing (80 years old). I have an Epson that has given great service, and low priced ink (non- genuine). I could not believe how low the price of this printer was £24.95!! Print, copy and scan! Thats manufacturing price and profit, shipping from China, importers profit, retailers profit and 20% VAT! It must be made for £2!! He's really happy with it, just what he wanted for his occassional use. Thanks Epson.
Summary: Does what it says on the box - print quality is good, better than I expected. Not very quick but I only print the odd page now and then so it's not an issue. I haven't yet worked out if I can set it to 'draft' print to save on ink - but at first glance looks like this feature is not there. The printer's black glossy colour looks stylish and it actually looks more expensive than it is. All in all, happy with product.
Excerpt: ~~*~~*~~ Epson SX130 ~~*~~*~~ I can't imagine many people will be interested in this review but times are tight so I'm writing about my printer. Yawn. I used to have (well I still do until I can be arsed to put it on ebay) a Lexmark all-in-one thing - it was fine for the job but was never wireless and the cartridges were £20 ish so when I went into my lovely local printer shop and they didn't have any because they don't agree with Lexmark, I did start to wonder whether...
Excerpt: I really didn't intend to buy another printer, I'm more than happy with my Espon P50, but on a recent holiday we had some professional photos taken and I wanted to scan them so that I could make copies for all the family. When looking for a suitable scanner I came to the shock conclusion that it was actually cheaper for me to buy an all-in-one printer than a standalone scanner.