The Epson Stylus NX400 was designed to handle all of your home printing needs, including photo printing, copying, and scanning. It was released back in the summer of 2008, and it has received praise from consumers and other review sites since then. I figured I would give the NX400 a test-drive for myself to see if this all-in-one (AIO) printer really does perform as well as these people say it does.
When I received my NX400, I couldn't wait to give this printer a thorough exam to see what it can do. Right off the bat, I was impressed by its very affordable price tag of $99. This is a great price for any AIO printer, but I still had yet to see whether it was worth the $99 price tag. In a nutshell, yes, it is worth every penny, but you'll have to make that judgment for yourself by the end of this review.
In The Box
Opening up the NX400's packaging, I found all of the basic stuff you'd expect to find in most printers:
The printer itself
Four starter ink cartridges
CD ROM software
Manual and other literature
Warranty card – 1-year warranty
Setting up the printer was a breeze, but like most printers, it does not come with a USB cable for connecting to your computer. Most likely you'll be able to use the USB cable from your old printer to connect this one, but if not, you can pick one up for less than $10 from any electronics store. Other than that, the printer setup was pretty much plug-and-play. Installing the inks was very easy, and setting up the printer using the integrated control panel and the included software is easy enough for any beginner.
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