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Epson Stylus Photo R1400 Printer Review
Epson Stylus Photo R1400 Printer Reviews

Launched almost five years ago, Epson's 6 colour A3+ photograhic printer aims to offer professional looking photographs for under £400 (current price).

Using six dye based ink cartridges, Black T0791, Cyan T0792, Magenta T0793, Yellow T0794, Light Cyan T0795, and Light Magenta T0796 that last up to 200 years. Compatible cartridges are also available at a fraction of the cost also containing dye ink, similar but not the same as Epson Claria Ink. Another option is to use empty refillable cartridges and fill them with your own choice of ink.

The R1400 has a very simple control panel compared to other modern day machines. No LCD screen or Wireless capability here. Just a solid printer with 3 buttons on the front facia and a PictBridge connection for digital cameras. Connection to PC or Mac is via a USB link.

The rear paper feed holds 120 sheets of plain paper and a plastic tray can be inserted into the front of the machine to print directly on to a CD or DVD disk.

The R1400 produces high quality results on coated paper media, however black text on plain paper can be feathery. Therefore if you require a printer for A3 sized photographs the R1400 makes a good buy. For text and graphics work we would recommend the cheaper Epson Stylus Office B1100 model.

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