Epson WorkForce 320

This office inkjet printer is a multifunction that can scan, fax and copy as well as print for a cheap price

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  • Expert Rating

    4.25 / 5
  • User Rating

    2.00 / 5 (of 5 Reviews)
  • Price

    $ 129.00 (AUD)

User Reviews:

Lindsay Whiteway

1.0

1

Pros
None
Cons
Wont take genric ink cartridges
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Load of crap would never buy or recommend Epson to my worst enemy

Rick

4.0

2

Pros
Good photo quality, autofeeder
Cons
A bit slow
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I just bought this printer for less than 60 bucks. The photos came with very good color and sharpness. It takes forever to print a color picture, but text pages are printed quickly. Don't know how much will the ink cartridges last. they are 4 and at 16 australian dollars each.

Jonny Appleseed

0.0

3

Pros
Cheap
Cons
Cheap
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This printer sucks. I have it on my mac. The ink cartrigages cannot be refilled and are generally expensive. Everytime I don't print with it for a couple days, I have to print 30 pages to get a good print of a single page because it consistently cannot print one solid good page. Even when selected "best" settings it does the same thing. I want to attach some fireworks to it this 4th of July and explode it or at minimum melt it into a non usable goo which it already is.

BP

2.5

4

Pros
General use
Cons
software
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Worked great for about 8 months when a paperjam when printing double sided saw a permenant error which prevented any further use. No assistance from Epson customer service, now in the rubbish bin, replaced by a Canon.

Geoff

3.5

5

Pros
auto doc feed
Cons
draft is too faint
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Not too bad for the price. The draft print is too faint to be usefull. Easy to use. Happy I purchased it. Lid is heavy if you do a lot of scanning. The auto doc feed is great for scanning loose pages or faxing. I would buy one again.

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