Excerpt: I have owned this printer for a number of years now and for its cost it certainly does what I expect and need it to do. PRINT Having been through university I printed numerous amounts of class notes and essays and the prints always turned out good and readable. So if this is the reason you're looking for a printer then this is ideal for you. I haven't used it for printing proper pictures but I have to say I'm dubious as to how well they would turn out.
Perfect for the average printer, still used at the moment and runs fine.
13 February 2012
Excerpt: Had this for a good few years now, still works fine, and gets used often for photos and documents. Quality >>>> Nice compact printer, would be good for those with a small desk. No componants have broken through general usage. Reliability >>>> Normal a very reliable printer, if you use it fairly often. As with all printers, if you leave it for a long time, the ink will dry up, and will need 'recharging', or replacing.
Excerpt: We've went through a fair few Printers since getting our first Computer 10 years ago. We used to use it loads and got a Packard Bell as part of the PC package all that time ago, but back then it was pretty expensive for Ink and we were steered into the Epson range, which we have bought since. I think this is our 2nd Epson printer, and although there is some conspirancy's out there about Epson I don't think they are true.
Excerpt: I don't really know what I was expecting when I bought a printer for just under £25?! Perhaps I tricked myself into thinking that because I bought it brand new, from a reputable, nationwide electrical store it would be a fairly decent buy, a steal infact...well someone was robbed.....and it wasn't Comet! I have owned this printer for 6 months, during which time (and not really having had that much use...I print out word documents and the occasional spread sheet..
A good priced printer that produces pleasing results.
13 August 2009
Excerpt: Review of Epsom Stylus D92 printer Epsom Exceed Your Vision is the encouraging slogan on the box, but did this printer exceed my vision? Read on! The Product I purchased this printer from Tesco in October 2008. I had not owned an Epsom printer before, my previous printer was a Lexmark, which, although I was quite happy with, the cost of replacement ink was very expensive.
A comptitively priced printer that does a decent job
31 December 2008
Excerpt: The Epson D92 is an affordable colour inkjet (currently priced at around £30) capable of printing up to 25 pages per minute in Black & White or upto 13 pages per minute in colour. It is well built and the quality of the construction will ensure it can withstand the rigours of frequent use. The printer is plug and play compatible and connects using standard USB connection. Power to the printer is supplied via its own power cable.