Epson's newest $100 multifunction printer

We're excited about Epson's newest multifunction, the Stylus NX400.


We're excited about Epson's newest multifunction printer, the Stylus NX400. The all-in-one printer, copier, and scanner is outfitted in a glossy black finish and uses Epson's DURABrite Ultra ink to produce photos that can reportedly last up to six times longer than the average printer using plain paper.

Under the hood, you'll find Epson's MicroPiezo DX3 print nozzle head that uses variable ink droplet sizes from 4 picoliters and up, which translates to finer detail in the quality of your photos. The printer also has a 2.5 inch tilt LCD screen, memory card slots, and a PictBridge port for direct camera connectivity. Priced at $100 square, we're anxious to see how it stacks up to other entry level multifunction printers. We're going to give it a full review, including speed and quality tests, in the near future.

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