Get an Epson WorkForce 610 all-in-one printer for $43
It's refurbished, but don't let that stop you: Epson backs it with an incredible two-year warranty. This is the deal of the year, multifunction-wise.
I've said it before and I'll say it again (and, most likely, again after that): I'll never buy another printer that doesn't have Wi-Fi. I mean, come on. Cables? Really? This is the 21st century, people. Next you'll be telling me I have to use a cable to sync my iPhone. (Wait a minute...)
Today only, Epson has the refurbished WorkForce 610 All-in-One Printer for $43 shipped (when you use coupon code review12, otherwise it is $49). This is an office-caliber multifunction that sold for $200 when it debuted earlier this year.
The WorkForce prints, scans, copies, and faxes. It can crank out upwards of 38 pages per minute in both black and color, and it employs high-capacity ink cartridges (four of them) so you're not swapping them out so often. In addition to Wi-Fi, it offers Ethernet and USB connectivity.
The printer includes a 30-sheet document feeder, a 2,400-dpi optical scanner, a 2.5-inch tilting LCD, and slots for just about every memory-card format.
And here's something unprecedented: the 610 comes with a two-year warranty, despite it being a refurb. Note that you have to register with Epson in order to get that coverage.
praised its speedy text/graphics printing, attractive design, and easy setup, but dinged its slow photo output and large footprint. (To both those complaints I say: meh.)
Most of the all-in-ones I see at this price point (and higher) are stripped-down, bare-bones models. The WorkForce 610 has muscle and features to spare. It's an absolute steal at $43--so grab one before they're gone!
Thanks to CNET reader smudgeblot for sharing today's smokin' deal!
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