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  1. Epson WorkForce WF-2660 review

    Epson WorkForce WF-2660 review

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    The Epson WF-2660 is a little office printer that packs great print quality with handy business features, though its many mobile and wireless tricks don't always work as advertised.

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    Epson XP-820 review

    Epson XP-820 review

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    Epson's latest consumer offering is an attractive little WiFi-enabled printer that turns out high quality photos and includes a host of fun features.

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    Epson Expression Premium XP-605 review

    Epson Expression Premium XP-605 review

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    The Expression Premium XP-605 is smaller and more compact than previous Epson printers, but does it do enough to tempt you to upgrade?

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    Epson Stylus Photo 1500W review

    Epson Stylus Photo 1500W review

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    Although the all-black A3+ Epson 1500W/Artisan 1430 printer looks different to the two-tone Epson 1400, under the hood it's a different matter.

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    Epson Stylus Photo R3000 review

    Epson Stylus Photo R3000 review

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    We take an in-depth look at the latest Epson printer, the A3+ Stylus Photo R3000 with ink prices and printing costs

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    Epson Stylus Photo PX660 review

    Epson Stylus Photo PX660 review

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    Versatility is key in the latest all-in-one inkjet printers and Epson has packed a handy range of features into its new mid-range PX660, along with impressive ease of use

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    Epson Stylus Photo PX820FWD review

    Epson Stylus Photo PX820FWD review

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    From six-ink photo printing to scanning, faxing and photocopying, complete with Ethernet and Wi-Fi connectivity, the PX820FWD ticks all the essential boxes and more besides

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    Epson Stylus SX425W review

    Epson Stylus SX425W review

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    A low-budget wireless all-in-one inkjet without the usual sting in the tail?

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    Epson Stylus Photo PX720WD review

    Epson Stylus Photo PX720WD review

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    A stickler for tradition, Epson's PX720WD resists the temptation of settling for five inks, as found in the likes of the Canon PIXMA MG5150 and HP Photosmart Premium C309G. So instead of getting both dye-based and pigment-based black inks as a compromise between document and photo printing, the Epson goes for the full 6-ink monty.

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    Epson BX305FW review

    Epson BX305FW review

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    Inkjet printers have a sloppy reputation for business printing. Run a highlighter pen over an important phrase of text and you're likely to end up with a smudgy mess. A few raindrops can make ink-printed envelopes almost unintelligible. Colour laser printers make a viable alternative but they tend to be big, heavy and expensive, so what's the answer? Epson bridges the gap between regular inkjet and laser printing with its resin-based DURABrite Ultra inks, which are practically dry by the time they hit the paper and are remarkably resistant to water, smudging and fading.

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    Epson Stylus Photo PX710W review

    Epson Stylus Photo PX710W review

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    Epson has always bucked the inkjet printing trend, using cool-running piezo-electric print heads to get the ink onto the paper, instead of boiling it in the conventional thermal fashion. The company claims this gives greater freedom when it comes to formulating inks, as the consideration of a rapid boiling and cooling cycle is taken out of the equation.

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    Epson Perfection V200 review

    Epson Perfection V200 review

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    You may well have thought that the days of the flatbed scanner are behind us, thanks to multifunction print/fax/scan/copy machines and digital photography. But no. They continue to sell well to people with old photos, negatives and slides that need scanning. This is because the flatbed offers a better scanning quality and accessories than all-in-ones.

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    Epson PictureMate 290 review

    Epson PictureMate 290 review

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    Dear oh dear, the Epson looks more like a mop bucket than a printer! Its slab-sided design, muted grey finish and crude-looking buttons are worrying, given that it’s the most expensive printer on test.

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    Epson Stylus DX9400F review

    Epson Stylus DX9400F review

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    Although the Epson Stylus DX9400F has a SRP of £130, you’ll find it on sale for £100, which seems very reasonable for a printer and scanner that includes a fax.

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    Epson Stylus Photo RX585 review

    Epson Stylus Photo RX585 review

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    Banishing compromise from its outlook on printing, the Epson RX585 nails its vibrant colours firmly to the mast of photographic output, with a purely dye-based range of six Epson Claria inks.

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    Epson Stylus DX8400 review

    Epson Stylus DX8400 review

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    Whether they use pigment- or dye-based inks, one almost universal problem with inkjet printers is that their output onto plain paper can be ruined by smudging, either merely by wiping a hand across the page or by a wayward drop of water. By contrast, the DX8400 uses Epson's cunning Durabright inks, which are resin-based.

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    Epson Perfection 4490 Photo review

    Epson Perfection 4490 Photo review

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    The 4490 offers much of the appeal of the 4990 Photo but at a far lowerprice. It boasts the same 4800x9600dpi resolution for a start, thoughthe stratospheric resolution figures being bandied about

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    Epson Perfection 4990 Photo review

    Epson Perfection 4990 Photo review

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    One of the aims of such tests is to establish how much you need to payfor a flatbed scanner. Central to this is whether you want high-quality film scanning, as this is what tends to bump up the price.

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    Epson Stylus Photo R285 review

    Epson Stylus Photo R285 review

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    The Epson R285 is a bare-bones A4 printer which doesn't even include PictBridge support. What you do get, however, is Epson's latest generation of Claria dye-based inks that are delivered from six replaceable cartridges.

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