Disadvantages Slow, not truely photo quality printout
I really didn't intend to buy another printer, I'm more than happy with my Espon P50, but on a recent holiday we had some professional photos taken and I wanted to scan them so that I could make copies for all the family. When looking for a suitable scanner I came to the shock conclusion that it was actually cheaper for me to buy an all-in-one printer than a standalone scanner. I actually picked up the distinctly bottom of the range Epson SX130 for the bargain price of £24.99 which was less than half the price of the cheapest scanner I could find. At such a low price I certainly didn't have ...
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Advantages Cheap machine, cheap ink, easy to use even if you're a moron
Disadvantages Paper jams, noise, slow printing
~~*~~*~~ Epson SX130 ~~*~~*~~ I can’t imagine many people will be interested in this review but times are tight so I’m writing about my printer. Yawn. I used to have (well I still do until I can be arsed to put it on ebay) a Lexmark all-in-one thing – it was fine for the job but was never wireless and the cartridges were £20 ish so when I went into my lovely local printer shop and they didn’t have any because they don’t agree with Lexmark, I did start to wonder whether it had been the cheap purchase I originally thought. Basically, after some salesman persuading, I purchased the Epson SX130 ...