all-in-one Printer Epson Stylus SX525WD review

The Epson Stylus SX525WD appears to avoid these pitfalls. Its purpose is primarily for the home user, but some things, like direct CD printing.

This research is a solid printer, if you have a larger footprint than the average, their source of work is completely autonomous, without the glass many Epson machines. Its 150-sheet paper in the drawer slides forward a bit stiff, and you have to change paper each time you print photos, as there is no photo paper separately.

The relatively high resolution, 2,400 dpi flatbed scanner has no automatic document feeder (ADF), which neatens appearance of the printer, but it does seem odd beheaded. The panel hinges to any of the seven nice presets and uncrowded.
Most orders are arranged as a square of nine buttons, start and stop with large buttons to the right and marked host in the left pane. In the center is a color LCD of 63 mm, which shows practically designed menus and thumbnails of the photos on memory cards. Located to the left of the tray is SD, Memory Stick and xD cards to read but the camera is PictBridge socket for direct connection.

USB and 10/100 Ethernet jacks are side, but Epson also uses a wireless connection and supports WPS configuration button or password, so that connection very easy.

Epson offers a software package well with the machine, including ABBYY FineReader Sprint for OCR 9 and its applications for scanning photo printing, and web pages. It supports Windows and OS X, but there is no explicit support cited for Linux.

SX525WD The Stylus is estimated at 36 ppm in black and color, but the speeds quoted the project specifications. Yet it is far superior to what can be seen in normal use. Our five-page printing black text at 8.6ppm product normal print mode and 9.7ppm in the project. This is because it takes time to pages before they actually begin the process of printing, print speeds above exclusion common.

In testing of more than 20 pages, increasing the speed at 12.9ppm. These are all good speeds for inkjet printer Epson and believes it is a shame he has to exaggerate to put big numbers in the box. If all printer manufacturers began quoting a print speed in the real world, customers have a much better relative performance.

Duplexing is standard and the same document of 20 pages, printed in a two-sided document of 10 pages was completed in 2mins 48s, a speed of 7.1 pages per minute. It is also a good result, especially in comparison with machines of the Canon Pixma, which is notoriously slow when printing duplex.

Despite what people say specifications, color printing on this machine is much slower than printing in black, and our five-page text and graphics in black color test produced a speed of 1.5 ppm. A color copy has a pretty laid-back and 53S 15 x 10 cm photos of trains between 1min 14s and 11s 2mins depending on the source and quality.

The prints were typical for the Epson output with less blurring around the news in bold and some jaggies and bad records in what is otherwise passable impressions. Project uses a completely different font sets and more like old dot matrix printer.

The colors are solid and clean black text and background color of a recording, while green and blue may come across a rather obscure. Photographic prints look very nice colors and fabrics, thanks to a relatively high resolution of 5760 by 1440 dpi. Again, however, the colors go through a little 'dark so some shadow detail is lost.

ink cartridges are available in two capacities, and use high-capacity "Stag" to set the given page costs 2.6p 6.6p black, and therefore the paper also 0.7p. These are very good at writing this price category, though not at the level of Kodak, should result in operating costs are below average.

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