Epson Stylus Sx235W All-In-One Printer with High Speed Wifi (Print, Copy and Scan)
- Wi-Fi Small-in-One - Print, scan and copy wirelessly
- Space-saving - Epson's smallest all-in-one
- Economical - Save money with individual inks
- Mobile printing - Smartphone and tablet PC printing
- Power efficient - ENERGY STAR-qualified
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I bought it to replace another epson, that had taken some hammering and was on its last legs.
I found the all in one very easy to install....although had a slight panic when I realised it didn't come with a USB lead and had to search one out among my hoarded bits at home!! However because I was installing wirelessly...I didn't need it...doh!
The print quality is good and scanning is easy which is a good thing as I have many old photos to do in the near future.
Cartridges are cheap to replace, although I will use Epson branded this time, unbranded seem to dry up quickly and are not always recognised by the printer (previous one)
Can recommend this printer for those on a budget who need an all in one that has wifi!
Remember you don't need the USB if connecting wirelessly!!
The most annoying thing, unbelievably, is that when any of the cartridges runs out, you are unable to even use the scan function (which obviously requires no ink). As far as I'm concerned this is little short of a scam. I will never buy an Epson product again.
The printing is crisp and clear. Scanning equally good. Its looks stunning.
I have not had any problems whatsoever connecting the printer to my computer. The PC [running Windows 7] recognised the printer straight away. Remember to insert the cd first. Then you follow the on screen instructions and in less than 3 minutes the system is up and running. I had no problems with the Wi-Fi at all. It connected to my home network straight away.
So far I have only identified advantages:
1. Wi-Fi connection allows you to connect wirelessly.
2. You can connect other computers in your home network, which is very convenient for me as I have 3 computers at home.
3. There are 4 cartridges. If you are not too bothered about colour printing, you could only buy the black cartridge [when it needs replacing], which means you save a lot of money.
4. As the scanner and copier work without any problems, you save a lot of space on your desk.
5. Printer has a double-sided facility, which means you save on paper too.
Overall, this is a very reliable and convenient product for the money you pay. Some people here seem to suggest that the ink runs out quite fast. PLEASE REMEMBER: the original cartridges do not contain the full ink of the cartridges' capacity! When you replace the original ones with new ones, then you could see that you would get around 500 pages on their full capacity.
So far, I am pleased with this product. If you are after a reliable cheap and basic product for home office use, then this may be the answer.
I purchased some medium quality glossy photo paper (from HP) and have so far printed 7 A4-size prints (which is quite large). They look pretty awesome. It does depend on the type of camera you have though. The prints look much better when the photos were taken from a 14.6MP DSLR vs a cheap 14MP compact, but they're still nice from the latter. The photos are quite bright so the magenta cartridge is already less than half according to the Epson software. The cartridge capacity seems fair and fortunately you can buy cheap replacements (not Epson), but I can't vouch for their quality.
I can even print from my Android tablet (Asus Transformer) using the Epson iPrint software available on the Android Market. It's super easy to set up--just go to settings and select the printer (which has to be on with wifi functioning). The print quality of pdfs isn't great from the Android software (because of the pdf rendering software that it prints from, I guess), but other file formats don't exhibit degraded quality. It's great for printing boarding passes, disposable emails and the like, though for long documents or good-looking pdfs, I'd print from the computer.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
What you would expect for the money, Goes through ink cartridges at alarming rate, so would not purchase again if I had the choicePublished 3 days ago by sean61
WARNING DO NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES PURCHASE AN EPSON!!!
Ive had one of these for a few years now and I am so happy with it I just jumped up and down on it, it is totally... Read more
Great copier,scanner etc does what it is supposed to, but i do like the wireless connectivity so i can print from laptop or smart phone without having to connect the device to the... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Christopher Russell