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Epson Stylus Photo PX830FWD Review

(Ink Jet Printer (A4))
Stylus Photo PX 830 FWD

Above average (B) 4 reviews 03/2012
9 opinions (Above average)
Product specification:
  • Type: Multifunction Device, Colour …
  • Print technology: Inkjet printer
  • Special Functions: Duplex …
  • Paper Format: A4
  • Cartridge System : Multi-cartridge …
  • Print speed colour … more information


CNET.co.uk
3/2012
Single test
3.5 out of 5 stars

Epson's PX830FWD certainly offers a large range of features for the price, and it can produce photos and colour graphics quickly. CNET found it simple to set up and use, but they reckon the running costs of around 3.4p per black and white page, and 9.5p per colour page are rather pricey, and text printouts don't look as crisp and sharp as they should.

 
ePHOTOzine
11/2011
Single test
4 out of 5 stars

Value for money: 4 out of 5 stars, "Recommended"

With an easy to use touchscreen, the Epson Stylus PX830FWD makes printing, scanning, copying and faxing a breeze, and versatility is increased by the addition of a document feeder for scanning and duplexing facilities. Prints in black and white are not perfect, but they are adequate for most home or small office purposes, according to ePHOTOzine, who recommended this device.

 
Digital SLR User
Magazine 11/2011
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With scanning, copying and faxing facilities, the Stylus Photo PX830FWD is one of Epson's premium models for home users. This highly specified model prints at resolutions of up to 5760x1440dpi and has paper trays which fold away if you need the space. Digital SLR User also noted that it has a touch screen.

 
IT Reviews
9/2011
Single test
5 out of 5 points

"Best Buy"

Whether you're using a tablet, phone or Mac, Epson's Stylus Photo PX830FWD is a useful, user-friendly choice of all-in-one inkjet printer, according to IT Reviews. Its high-definition colour-photo printing capabilities steal the show, but it also has a speedy scanner and fax facility to offer, as well as a touchscreen. For a networked home, it looks like a very tempting proposition indeed.

 
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