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Epson announces three new sub-$100 printers

The all-in-one (AIO) color inkjet printer reigns supreme.

Color lasers, black and white multifunctions, color inkjets, compact photo printers--with a handful of options available to shoppers, the all-in-one (AIO) color inkjet printer is arguably the most functional. The ability to perform multiple functions within the same machine is a useful and convenient feature for the home-office entrepreneur, poor college student, or the everyday home user. Prices for these high-performance machines are affordable across the board. Today, Epson introduced three new AIO printers under $100. Let's take a closer look at the new offerings:

Epson Stylus NX100
  • Printer, scanner, and fax machine
  • Two ink-cartridge bays with four total colors
  • Uses DURABrite Ultra Ink for smudge, fade, water and highlighter resistance
  • One-touch color copying
  • Maximum 5760 x 1440 dpi print resolution
  • $69.99

Epson Stylus NX200
  • Printer, scanner, and fax machine
  • Prints up to 32 pages per minute (reportedly)
  • Built-in memory-card slots and PictBridge port
  • 48-bit color, 1200 x 2400 dpi scanning
  • Auto-Photo Correction preloaded into driver
  • $79.99

Epson Stylus NX300
  • Printer, scanner, and fax machine
  • 30 page auto-document feeder (ADF)
  • Enlarge images up to 400 percent
  • Optical Character Recognition software included with scanner
  • Prints up to 31 pages per minute of black text
  • $89.99

All three printers in the NX series are available for purchase now on Epson's Web site. Check back for in-depth reviews coming soon.