Epson announced today four new members of its inkjet printer lineup, ranging in price from $70 to $150. Three of the four are multifunctions. The $90 Stylus C120 is a single-function printer that offers print speeds of up to 25 pages per minute (ppm). It also has a "quiet mode" that slows down printing, but minimizes noise levels for quiet environments.
The $70 Stylus CX7400 is the bottom tier of the three multifunctions. It offers print, scan, copy, and PC-free photo print functions. Features include built-in memory card slots; 28 ppm black and color printing; auto photo correction; and photo restoration options via Epson's Easy PHoto Fix software.
The next step up is the $100 Stylus CX8400. This model includes a 2.5-inch LCD for previewing photos, memory card slots, 30 ppm copies, and the same suite of software as the CX7400. The final offering, the $150 Stylus CX9400 Fax serves up faster print speeds, fax functionality, an automatic document feeder, and all of the same features offered by the CX8400.
Check back at CNET.com for full reviews of these printers, as soon as we get our paws on them.