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>> Hey, it's Justin Yu, Associate Editor for cnet.com with a first look at the Epson Workforce 310. It's a true all-in-one device that can print, fax, copy and scan with really impressive output speeds and an affordable pricetag. Even a year ago, $99 could only get you a single-function inkjet, but now you can get this Epson printer for 99 bucks, which nets you a two-line LCD display, a 30-sheet auto document feeder up top for copying stacks of paper, five separate ink tanks that actually include two black cartridges, and even an ethernet port out back if you're using it in the office. We should note, though, that this printer does not do wireless. So if you're looking to cut down on cordage, you'll be happier somewhere else. That being said, if you do go with the 310, you'll be really impressed with its incredible output speed. The average rate for an inkjet printer is around seven pages per minute of text, so Epson's 13 pages per minute is a real boom for the printer for sure. Output quality is excellent as well and on par with what we've come to expect from Epson. If you want more details, check out my full review on cnet.com. But that's my time here. I'm Justin Yu. This is the Epson Workforce 310, and that sounds pretty good to me.
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