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Epson Stylus Office BX610FW Multifunction Inkjet Printer £89.99 delivered @ Amazon

£89.99 @ Amazon
I'm always wary of posting printers (due to the inevitable debate(fight)) but I have always used Epson printers 'cos they are very good printers for the price and generally cheaper refills. Amyway, th… Read More
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I'm always wary of posting printers (due to the inevitable debate(fight)) but I have always used Epson printers 'cos they are very good printers for the price and generally cheaper refills. Amyway, this all singing printer elsewhere is: -
Ebuyer £132.96
Lambada £124.88
Play.com £132.99
Staples.co.uk £134.27

This high-performance 4-in-1 has integrated Wi-Fi and Ethernet networking, a 6.3 cm LCD viewer and a 30 page Automatic Document Feeder (ADF). It's the easy, affordable way to print, copy, scan and fax all your business documents.

Product Features

* Networked: 4-in1 colour printer with Wi-Fi and Ethernet
* High-speed high-quality: Maximum print speed of up to 38 ppm (mono/colour)
* 6.3 cm LCD viewer: View and select images on the screen
* ADF Function: 30-page Auto Document Feeder (ADF)
* Fax from PC: end faxes from your PC over the net

Technical Details

Product Description: Epson Stylus Office BX610FW - multifunction ( fax / copier / printer / scanner ) ( colour )
Device Type: Fax / copier / printer / scanner
Copier Type: Digital
Fax Type: Super G3 - plain paper
Dimensions (WxDxH): 46.1 cm x 34.6 cm x 23.6 cm
Weight: 8.3 kg
Localisation: United Kingdom
Printing Technology: Ink-jet ( colour )
Inkjet Technology: Epson Micro Piezo - 4-ink
Max Printing Speed: Up to 38 ppm (mono) / up to 38 ppm (colour)
Max Printing Resolution: Up to 5760 x 1440 dpi (mono) / up to 5760 x 1440 dpi (colour)
Max Fax Transmission Speed: 33.6 Kbps
Fax Resolutions: 200 x 200 dpi, 200 x 100 dpi
Scanning: 2400 x 2400 dpi
Display: 2.5"
Original Size: A4 (210 x 297 mm) (max)
Document Feeder Capacity: 30 sheets
Media Size: 216 x 356 mm (max)
Media Type: Plain paper, photo paper
Standard Media Capacity: 120 sheets
PC Connection Availability: Yes
PC Connection: Hi-Speed USB, Ethernet 10 Base-T/100 Base-TX, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, USB host
Power: AC 230 V ( 50/60Hz )
Microsoft Certification: Compatible with Windows 7
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 year warranty
# Max Printing Speed: Up to 38 ppm (mono) / up to 38 ppm (colour)
Scanning

* Optical Resolution: 2400 x 2400 dpi

Miscellaneous

* Consumables Included: 1 x Cartridge ( black ) ¦ 1 x Cartridge ( cyan ) ¦ 1 x Cartridge ( magenta ) ¦ 1 x Cartridge ( yellow )
* Direct Printing Specifications: PictBridge
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#2
Very good printer. I have the 600FW which has been flawless so far.

Hot from me.
#3
I already have a small epson printer in working condition and lots of stored ink but this is nice!
#4
well... I still got it for the Wi-Fi... arrrr.... I could not stop... "can resist anything but temptation" HOT!
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Awaiting my third replacement of this model from EPSON after continuous problem with the print heads. Thats a cracking price and the ink is cheap, but I wouldn't buy another Epson.
If you do buy it and you're going to use non oem ink, make sure you keep the original cartridges with some ink left in them as Epson wont service a printer that hasn't been used with their carts.

I've just bought a Canon MP550 AIO from Tesco @ £59.99. Its not wireless but it can also be run on cheap ink.
#6
goot tip to keep the original cartridges!!!

I have used Epson printers (not this model though) as long as I can remember both at office and at home, never had a problem...
#7
I've had a few Epson printers in the past and used non OEM inks which have caused me nothing but problems.

I only use the original inks now and all is well.
#8
WAWG
Awaiting my third replacement of this model from EPSON after continuous problem with the print heads. Thats a cracking price and the ink is cheap, but I wouldn't buy another Epson.
If you do buy it and you're going to use non oem ink, make sure you keep the original cartridges with some ink left in them as Epson wont service a printer that hasn't been used with their carts.

I've just bought a Canon MP550 AIO from Tesco @ £59.99. Its not wireless but it can also be run on cheap ink.


How is it Epson's fault that you used cheapo ink rather than theirs, which I'm sure in the manual is all they say you should use?
#9
WAWG
Awaiting my third replacement of this model from EPSON after continuous problem with the print heads. Thats a cracking price and the ink is cheap, but I wouldn't buy another Epson.
If you do buy it and you're going to use non oem ink, make sure you keep the original cartridges with some ink left in them as Epson wont service a printer that hasn't been used with their carts.

I've just bought a Canon MP550 AIO from Tesco @ £59.99. Its not wireless but it can also be run on cheap ink.


I've bought several of these and they all suffer from random printer head failing. Never ever use non epson carts on this model. Other than that, they are great printers for a small office.

Oh and epson usually ask you to return the printer without your cartridges so don't worry about using oem ones in any epson. Not to mention it would be illegal for epson to void your warranty for this anyway.

Edited By: Gordeh on Aug 23, 2010 08:53: adding more
#10
got one of these

awesome printer, awesome price. Voted hot !!!!!!
#11
have got a Epson R200, Has been used every day for past 4 years, never had a problem.! still great.
banned#12
Very good price but If you miss out its only £145.45 at Novatech which is a hell of a lot cheaper than Amazon had it before the reduction.
#13
have been using non- Epson carts for years (never had a problem) ever
#14
How much are the refills for this?
#15
Certainly a lot of printer for the money, particularly with the ADF. I have used Epsons for years. It seems that you can only get cheap ink for Epson and Brother, and cheap ink has never caused me problems.

However, I have noticed that for the last couple of years Canon seem to be winning all the awards and 'Editor's Choice' recommendations.
#16
I have a Epson Stylus Office BX350 or 310 which works like a dream. cheap refills too!! very tempted now...
#17
Compats can indeed be problematic, but Ive only used compats. And print quality is great for a tenth of the price, the makers inks are disgraceful, and toners just as bad. Ive always got great prints from compats, but occasionally give bother.
This does print on discs, doesn't it ?
I wanted to know that about the Dell 1320cn laser printer the other day but didn't get answered, and couldn't find out.
#18
Is this a lot better than the Epson 515w ive been after a wifi epson printer for a while. Ive always bought epson printers and only had 1 set of compatable cartridges that didnt work so i didnt buy from that seller again.
#19
PhilK
This does print on discs, doesn't it ?
I wanted to know that about the Dell 1320cn laser printer the other day but didn't get answered, and couldn't find out.


AFAIK a laser printer will never print directly to discs. They have to pass the print out through rollers.
#20
What would you guys suggest for a decent photo printer? 8x12" photo prints from photobox being £1 a pop make buying a printer barely economical, but it would be nice to be able to color calibrate it together with my monitor. How much would I have to spend for decent quality prints?
#21
I bought one as i need wireless all in one printer. Hot voted X)

Edited By: salehunt on Aug 23, 2010 13:31: spelings
#22
price has been put up to £95
#23
Expires
Amazon £89.99 inc posting sold out

Now £95.00 + £9.50 shipping
Dispatched from and sold by jj-pc-store.(amazon market Place)
[mod]#24
It's still available at this price
Just look to the right hand side - delivery is 3 - 5 weeks though
#25
Lucky I order this printer early werly woodle! :3 Thanks to the op my first espon printer!.
#26
I think I got the last one :-) The price changed right after I got mine
banned#27
Whats the difference between my sx600fw and this model? They look identical. I got mine around 15 months ago for a similar price and i think its great. The only thing that this doesnt have, which would have made this the ultimate printer/all in one machine for me, is the option for printing directly onto cd's.
#28
CannedChaos
What would you guys suggest for a decent photo printer? 8x12" photo prints from photobox being £1 a pop make buying a printer barely economical, but it would be nice to be able to color calibrate it together with my monitor. How much would I have to spend for decent quality prints?

I've been looking for a good "All in one" and The Gadget Show from 2 weeks back did a photo printer top 5 and the Kodak ESP 3250 (£62.50 at Amazon) came out top with A4 photo prints of around 40p each. If you want Wifi too then the ESP 5250 (£80-90 ish but not looked to closely yet) seems to be the same as the 3250 + wifi + a bigger LCD display.
#29
I wouldn't put too much faith is those clowns on The Gadget Show. I haven't seen a review yet that really rates the Kodak printers well.
#30
I don't know how they could get it wrong, all they did was leave all 5 printing the same pic till the ink ran out and then calc'ed how much the consumables cost divided by the number of pics.
#31
t4v
I don't know how they could get it wrong, all they did was leave all 5 printing the same pic till the ink ran out and then calc'ed how much the consumables cost divided by the number of pics.


Ah so they reckon the Kodak is the cheapest to run. (Well I bet they didn't include an Epson using third-party cartriges). When you said 'came out on top' I assumed that they were recommending it as the best printer, considering quality, speed, reliability etc....

Kodak have always promoted the fact that they are the cheapest to run (using manufacturer's own ink). They just don't make very good printers.
#32
Adnan786
Whats the difference between my sx600fw and this model? They look identical. I got mine around 15 months ago for a similar price and i think its great. The only thing that this doesnt have, which would have made this the ultimate printer/all in one machine for me, is the option for printing directly onto cd's.


I've yet to see any major difference and I've sat them side by side. The only minor thing is the plastic on the top has a different texture. The layout of the menu's is a bit different. Other than that not much else.
#33
Back in stock UN-EXPIRE

Is this a lot better than the Epson 515w ive been after a wifi epson printer for a while.
[mod]#34
ministrymason
Back in stock UN-EXPIRE

Is this a lot better than the Epson 515w ive been after a wifi epson printer for a while.


Cheers
Unexpired
#35
Mine had been dispact! I'm looking forward to this printer! Many thanks OP!.
#36
Whats the difference between the BX610FW and the SX610FW? Epsons website seems to list more s/w with the SX but not a lot else is different. Incidentally they now list both of their RRP's as being £99
#37
this or px710w ??
#38
Back up to £99. Guess I found this a week too late as Im looking for a all in one printer.
Could anyone recommend the Canon MP560? Have found that for £89, but im not the best at knowing which printer is value for money etc.
#39
I was looking at the 425w for £59.99 in Sainsburys and if the 515 has the same scanner then this has twice the resolution, 2400 dpi against 1200.

Plus this is also a fax and has a sheet feeder for a start.
Hths scat

Edited By: scattycat on Sep 09, 2010 14:48: spelling

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