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Epson Stylus SX525WD All-in-One Printer (Print, Scan, Copy) with Wi-Fi, Network, Duplex, LCD Screen

by Epson
75 customer reviews

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  • Wireless all-in-one: Print, scan and copy from anywhere in the home
  • Automatic duplex function: Print on both sides to reduce both paper waste and running costs
  • LCD viewer: Select and print photos with the 6.3cm LCD viewer
  • Superb scanning: Photos and documents keep their original detail with the 2400 dpi scanner
  • ABBYY FineReader software: Scans and converts documents into editable files
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Technical Details
Item Weight6 Kg
Product Dimensions35.9 x 45.5 x 16.4 cm
Item model numberSX525WD
Screen Size3 inches
Wattage15 watts
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 51,452 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight8 Kg
Date First Available9 Jun. 2010

Product Description

Elegant all-in-one with Wi-Fi and double-sided printing

This sleek all-in-one makes an elegant addition to your home, giving you printing, copying and scanning with freedom from unsightly wires. Its easy-access, front-loading paper tray keeps paper stored out of sight for a neat silhouette.

To help you cut down on paper usage, the Epson Stylus SX525WD features automatic double-sided printing. This can reduce your costs and is better for the environment too.

Viewing and printing documents and photos is effortless using the SX525WD’s large LCD display, and to make things even easier, you can print directly from memory cards.

Print perfect documents and lab-quality photos

Whatever you print, you’ll get high-quality results every time with the SX525WD. School projects are brought to life with rich colours, and documents look crisp with laser-like text. Producing outstanding, lab-quality photos is easy – you can view them first using the SX525WD’s LCD screen, adjust colour and contrast plus remove red-eye with the included software, and conveniently print directly from memory cards.

DURABrite inks

Enjoy prints that last

Your great-looking prints will stay that way for years to come. This is thanks to Epson’s DURABrite Ultra Ink, which features resin-coated particles for tough, long-lasting results. Prints dry instantly and resist water, smudging, fading and even highlighter pens.

DURABrite inks
DURABrite inks save you money. Click here for a larger image.

Save money with individual inks

Epson’s individual ink cartridge system means you only ever need to replace the colour used. Since you won’t have to buy a whole new set of inks every time one colour is used up, this saves you money.

Save more with a choice of cartridge sizes

Whether you print little or often, a choice of ink cartridge sizes to suit your needs makes printing more economical.

Easily connect to your wireless network

Connecting the SX525WD to your wireless network is easy and takes just a few simple steps. The included instructions will show you how.

Cut bills and environmental impact

Qualified by ENERGY STAR, the SX525WD’s excellent power efficiency helps you reduce your energy bills and your impact on the environment.

Complement your home

The SX525WD’s sleek and stylish design will fit easily into any home. And with its wireless connectivity, you can say goodbye to ugly cables and position it wherever suits you best.

Easily edit scanned text

Save time and effort with the included ABBYY FineReader™ OCR software, which allows you to easily edit any text you’ve scanned.

Epson technology

Dependable printing with Micro Piezo technology

Epson’s Micro Piezo printhead technology gives you reliable, high-quality results that can’t be matched.

Micro Piezo works by running an electric charge through piezoelectric elements, causing their shape to change. This creates a pressure wave that propels the ink. Thermal-type inkjets used by Epson’s competitors work by heating the ink, which causes it to expand and move through the nozzle to be fired onto the paper.

Epson DURABrite Ultra Ink
DURABrite is resistant to water, smudging and fading. Click here for a larger image.

The fundamental problem with thermal inkjet technology is that it’s less robust. The ink has to survive extreme conditions, and the heater is prone to burning out. Boiling ink can cause residue deposits on the element, and over time, this means the printer becomes less efficient.

Avoiding all these pitfalls, Micro Piezo operates at room temperature, offering greater ink stability and delivering perfect control over the size and placement of each ink droplet.

And, as the Micro Piezo printhead is a permanent part of the print system, unlike other manufacturers’ printheads, it is one less consumable to dispose of.

Finer details with variable-sized droplet technology

Every nozzle in an Epson four-colour printer can produce three different droplet sizes. This is called variable-sized droplet technology, and is made possible by the Piezo component.

Epson’s competitors using thermal inkjet technology can only produce one droplet size from each nozzle. This means they are forced to include a different set of nozzles for each droplet size, and often only offer two droplet sizes.

Epson’s multiple droplet sizes result in smoother gradations when printing areas of varying tone, with smaller droplets giving clarity to fine detail. Another advantage is faster printing, with bigger droplets printing large areas of colour more quickly.

Clearer, longer-lasting prints with DURABrite Ultra Ink

Epson DURABrite Ultra Ink is an advanced pigment-based ink technology that encapsulates ink particles in a protective resin coating. This makes the ink resistant to water, smudging and fading.

The benefits include greater durability and dramatically less bleed-through than conventional dye-based inks.

DURABrite Ultra delivers laser-like text and glossy photos, which last over 200 years* when stored in a photo album.

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Customer Reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

73 of 73 people found the following review helpful By Sammy G on 14 Feb. 2011
Was originally looking at purchasing the SX720WD but couldn't justify it given the price how often it would be used so settled on this SX525WD as a compromise given the generally favourable reviews & the price here on Amazon with one reviewer describing it as a mid to highend inkjet I hoped some of the kudos of the SX720WD would rub-off on it's sibling. On the whole I'm very pleased with my choice, text is pin-sharp with no heavy ink, colour reproduction is also very good my one criticism is if your printing photos this printer demands paper of the higest quality otherwise the finish is soft & somewhat grainy. Can't comment on ink usage as I haven't had it long enough but i can say I've had a good play & the levels have barely moved.
A very special mention must go to Epson, sure you can't please all the people all the time but before I purchased the SX525WD I did a bit of research on the net & on more than one occasion I came across Epson customers who'd e-mailed Epson with an enquiry only to recieve a call back. A not so insignificant detail that kept resonating with me given I was in the market for a wifi printer & so it proved with me. Couldn't see an e-mail working for me I'd made a mistake with wifi setup & needed walk-throu help so decided to give them a ring Tel-:Epson 0871 4237766 10pm from a BT landline (other manufactures take note) they were Fantastic!!!! the guy on the other end was so well informed clearly wasn't reading from a script really knew his apples & had my wifi setup in 5mins max! Brilliant customer service could't recommend them enough.
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By B. Podder on 15 Mar. 2011
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Very fast, very clear quality. I'm mainly going to be using this to print documents and pictures. I tried printing some pictures using some Epson Premium Photo Paper, the results were brilliant. They were exactly as those produced in shops. I don't know with other papers, haven't tried it yet. Even on plain A4 paper, the pictures came out really clear.

The set up is a little bit annoying because they don't give you a USB cable, but you can pick one up for £1 from Amazon. I haven't bothered with setting up the wireless connection, or the ethernet connection, but the scanner on it is pretty good. If you want to set up the wireless connection be prepared to do a bit of computer work, it requires a little bit of know-how. The printer and the scanner has lots of settings to tinker around with. Not as noisy as you would expect. The paper tray is a little bit fiddly but still OK overall. You have to place paper on it facing down, and not up. I made this mistake with the glossy photo paper and the printer jammed 4 times in a row until I realised what I was doing wrong, after which it worked like a charm. I think it has this feature built in to stop wasting ink printing on the wrong surface, which is pretty good.

The casing looks really nice but WILL attract dust like a magnet. I would advise keeping it covered with a towel, like I have. If you only occasionally use your printer, then covering it up against dust is a very good idea.

It's a little bit expensive, but with the free three year extended warranty it is DEFINITELY worth it, that's what sealed the deal for me. I say go for it!
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By L. Mackinnon on 17 Feb. 2011
I bought this machine to replace a canon pixma - I wanted a machine that would print quickly, was wireless as wanted to connect a laptop and a desktop computer - and that could print double sided - this does what it says on the tin..i had it out of the box and printing within an hour wirelessly - instructions could have been a bit easier but on the whole if you have a basic knowledge about these things, it was easy to set up. Another reason for buying the machine was that you can get ink cartridges that are high capacity i.e last twice as long as normal ones - although a wee bit expensive to buy they are worth it as they last much longer. The duplex (double sided printing feature) is great - unlike some machines this actually does this for you - you don't have to do it manually - watch out for this on other machines as sometimes they say this is a feature but you have to manually change the paper - you don't on this machine it feeds it back in itself..
Only downside is that it's not so good at printing photos (not as high quality as the canon for photos) but it wasn't bought for that purpose unlike the pixma. If you are going to be printing a lot of photos then i would recommend the canon range - this will print decent photos though.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Sccrills on 21 Mar. 2011
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Arrived within 2 days of ordering - up & running on my laptop & desktop PCs in no time, didn't have any installation problems whatsoever. The print quality is really great - to check it out I printed a photo that I already have a copy of from a professional printers & I honestly can't tell the difference, neither could my hubby when I asked him.

Haven't used the scanner yet but the copier is very good & using the LCD screen is child's play. Having only ever had bog-standard printers before, it's footprint was bigger than I imagined & getting the papertray in & out is a bit fiddly but think that's just because I've always been used to loading the paper into the top of the printer - I'm sure I'll get used to it. One of the reasons I got this printer is because it reads XD memory cards, I've printed a couple of pictures from one and there were no problems, again the quality was fantastic.

General printing...... A4 documents both b&w and colour, are fine and although I haven't stood there with a stopwatch to actually time how long they took, I haven't waited an age for them. Haven't tried the duplex facility yet either but it wasn't a priority - I really wanted it for photographs and I'm very pleased with the results.

In the month I've had it, there's only been one "little" hiccup...... for some reason about 5 days ago it lost it's wifi connection, no matter what I did, I couldn't get it back, so yesterday I uninstalled all the software from both PCs & re-installed it - it now seems to be working fine (again!!).

Despite that, I'd highly recommend - if only for it's print quality (and at the price I paid, it's a real bargain)
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