Epson Stylus SX100 All In One Printer - HALF PRICE - Instore & Online @ Tesco - HotUKDeals
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Amazon = £47.20
Play.com = £54.79
Ebuyer = £53.66

Argos has limited stock on these & not any Comets near me (none in NI); still a good deal on a good brand name printer, nationwide instore & online
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Product Features and Technical Details
Product Features
Epson Stylus SX100 PC free inkjet printer with print copy and scan functions
Prints up to 26ppm mono/colour, prints directly from memory card or PictBridge and scans at 600 dpi.
Product Description: Epson Stylus SX100 - multifunction ( colour )
Device Type: Copier / printer / scanner
Copier Type: Digital
Dimensions (WxDxH): 43.4 cm x 32.7 cm x 18.5 cm
Weight: 5 kg

Printing Technology: Ink-jet ( colour )
Inkjet Technology: Epson Micro Piezo - 4-ink
Max Printing Speed: Up to 26 ppm (mono) / up to 14 ppm (colour)
Max Printing Resolution: Up to 5760 x 1440 dpi (mono) / up to 5760 x 1440 dpi (colour)
Scanning: 600 x 1200 dpi
Original Size: Legal (216 x 356 mm) (max)
Original Type: Sheets
Media Size: Legal (216 x 356 mm) (max)
Media Type: Plain paper, photo paper
Standard Media Capacity: 80 sheets
PC Connection Availability: Yes
PC Connection: Hi-Speed USB
Power: AC 230 V
Environmental Standards: EPA Energy Star
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 year warranty
Technical Details
Main Specifications
Product Description: Epson Stylus SX100 - multifunction ( colour )
Device Type: Copier / printer / scanner
Copier Type: Digital
Dimensions (WxDxH): 43.4 cm x 32.7 cm x 18.5 cm
Weight: 5 kg
Printing Technology: Ink-jet ( colour )
Inkjet Technology: Epson Micro Piezo - 4-ink
Max Printing Speed: Up to 26 ppm (mono) / up to 14 ppm (colour)
Max Printing Resolution: Up to 5760 x 1440 dpi (mono) / up to 5760 x 1440 dpi (colour)
Scanning: 600 x 1200 dpi
Original Size: Legal (216 x 356 mm) (max)
Original Type: Sheets
Media Size: Legal (216 x 356 mm) (max)
Media Type: Plain paper, photo paper
Standard Media Capacity: 80 sheets
PC Connection Availability: Yes
PC Connection: Hi-Speed USB
Power: AC 230 V
Environmental Standards: EPA Energy Star
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 year warranty
Extended Specifications

General
Width: 43.4 cm
Depth: 32.7 cm
Height: 18.5 cm
Weight: 5 kg
Manufacturer Warranty
Service & Support: 1 year warranty
Service & Support Details: Limited warranty - 1 year
Power
Voltage Required: AC 230 V
Power Consumption Operational: 13.9 Watt
Environmental Parameters
Sound Emission: 47 dB (operating)
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#1
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banned#2
cheaper in currys
#3
markomon
cheaper in currys


only by 13p, but there's 3% Quidco with tesco, only 2% cashback from some of the other sites for currys. Also if your tesco direct order is over £50 there is a £5 off voucher ( if you've not already used it.) Not saying one place better than another, just depends who you'd rather deal with. Worth noting this printer uses the same inks as the DX4400 ect so compatibles are pretty cheap but this package is only a few pounds more than buying a full set of genuine inks. That's how I justified buying one for in my van.
#4
How much did it cost you for the ink cartridges..... for this printer?
#5
Good price, but having owned 2 Epsons in the past I cannot recommend the brand (continual printhead clogging, cleaning cycles galore and a load of ink wasted as result).

Have a Canon printer atm. Better print quality and none of the epsons clogging problems. Actual printer cost more than a typical Epson, but has worked out much cheaper on ink (and far less frustrating) in the long run.
#6
Quick look on ebay shows 9 carts for £12.99 delivered. 3 black and 2 of each colour. Genuine inks are around £6-8 each. Hope that helps, can't tell you much about the printer as I've not even unpacked it yet, but it seems pretty similar to my DX4400 which I'm happy with.
#7
noodler
Good price, but having owned 2 Epsons in the past I cannot recommend the brand (continual printhead clogging, cleaning cycles galore and a load of ink wasted as result).

Have a Canon printer atm. Better print quality and none of the epsons clogging problems. Actual printer cost more than a typical Epson, but has worked out much cheaper on ink (and far less frustrating) in the long run.


Canon are good but ink is more expensive. I've found epson only have clogging problems if left for long periods allowing ink to dry on the printhead.
#8
Picked mine up from Comet last week - £29.99 less 10% online promotion plus Topcashback of 94p on Reserve and Collect - so about £26 in total.:thumbsup: Just wanted for a gift a cheap printer for occasional use so this fits the bill nicely!
#9
guv
Bought this for £27 from Comet last week!


Not a big fan of reading the description then?!
#10
did it come with inc
#11
Marxx
did it come with inc


Yeah it has ink with it, but just the standard half-full dealies you get with most new printers.
#12
weebigal
Canon are good but ink is more expensive. I've found epson only have clogging problems if left for long periods allowing ink to dry on the printhead.


For original cartridges Canon would be the more expensive, but if you refill them yourself (which is over 90% cheaper in general) then there's no difference (just make sure you are buying decent ink, not the rubbish they sell in some of the supermarket 'refill kits'). Lexmark and HP have the most expensive carts afaik.

Maybe Epson have improved on what was a very glaring problem with their printers in the past (even the expensive models had this issue), but my own experience on both my old Epsons have put me right off trying them again: It didn't take long periods at all for the heads to clog. ie: left for as a little as a couple of days then I'd have to run a couple of head cleans to get it running again. Persistent head cleaning not only wastes a lot of ink, but also speeds up the time for the waste ink pad to fill, then the thing won't work at all without a counter reset hack. Btw, it was the clogging heads that led me to start refilling my own carts. I simply couldn't afford to keep buying the originals. Even compatibles were too costly.

Since having the Canon I've not been plagued by head clogs at all (touch wood). Another bonus is the model I have has a separate printhead that can be easily replaced.
#13
guv
Yes. And since I bought it cheaper, I'v just wiped 9 degrees off your score.:thumbsup:


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