Unlike the impressive photo printing capability of the Epson Stylus Photo TXW, its A4 flatbed colour image scanner, scans pages at an average resolution of x dpi. Also decidedly average is the copying performance of this printer, which maintains the status-quo rather than setting a new speed record or amazing us with its quality. This slows to 8. A mono text document in draft quality will print at an average of A bit noisy while printing, Wi-Fi setup not the most hassle-free, fussy output tray, ink levels come down fast when printing many photos. A bit noisy while printing, WiFi setup not the most hassle-free, fussy output tray, ink levels come down fast when printing many photos.
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Since you’ve already submitted a review for this product, this submission will be added as an update to your original review. Select type of offense: Artificial Intelligence 43 votes. Membership is free, and your security and privacy remain protected. Colours are hardest hit: It is as easy to use as the more modern touch-based interfaces of the Genesis or Canon PIXMA MGalthough you have to press a few more buttons, which is a little annoying on accassion, like when you have to input data using the up and down arrows instead of a keypad for instance.
Colours on both graphical documents and photos are sries dull. Bottom Line Though the TXW offers a lot of functionality and connectivity, it is ultimately let down by poor quality. Thank You for Submitting a Reply,!
Would you buy this? Colour reproduction also epxon closer to the original photo. The TXW has an Italian design that incorporates a stylish black fascia and some interesting curves.
You currently have in your cart. Colours are mostly dull when compared to the source image. Without an automatic document feeder, the TXW won’t be good for large scanning jobs. For those hobby- and amateur photographers who want a serious photo printer to go with their new DSLR camera, look no further. Also decidedly average is the copying performance of this printer, which maintains the status-quo rather than setting a new speed record or amazing us with its quality.
Epson Stylus Photo TX700W
As a high-definition all-in-one photo printer, the main task of the TXW is to print photos. This swries performs acceptably for a simple text printer, but there are better options in the same price range. To be able to perform all those printing, scanning and copying jobs, this AIO boasts a paper input tray at the front of the printer, holding A4 pages. Sign up to gain exclusive access to email subscriptions, event invitations, competitions, giveaways, and much more.
Its somewhat bulky rectangular frame measures in at 15 x Unfortunately the TXW doesn’t have the quality level that we desire from a multifunction with the Stylus Photo branding.
The TXW has slightly inconsistent printing speeds, but it generally prints quickly.
Flaming or offending other users. The multifunction provides comprehensive editing options for titles and images, while the use of an integrated tray eradicates the possibility of losing the loose palettes normally used for CD and DVD direct printing.
A bit noisy while printing, WiFi setup not the most hassle-free, fussy output tray, ink levels come down fast when printing many photos.
Review: Epson Stylus Photo TXW
Though this does not affect text quality in any way, photos suffer.
If you are going to be printing a lot of high quality images on the best quality setting and on photo paper, then the ink levels do have a tendency to drop rather quickly on this model.