There are much better machines if money isn’t an issue, but if you’re value driven the dark grey-blue DX7400 is worth considering as it features Epson’s excellent DURABrite Ultra individual inks, memory card slots and PictBridge direct printing.
Print quality isn’t too bad either and it’s a snap to use, though if you’re looking for a machine for your home office you will miss the lack of a built-in fax, optional ADF (Automatic Document Feeder), and even Ethernet.
Epson pitches the Stylus DX7400 (£49/$64) at the home and small office user, offering a complete printing and copying solution. But as we’ve already mentioned above, it lacks a few core features necessary for a work machine.
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