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Epson Stylus DX7400 All-in-one printer with individual ink cartridges & advanced features for home, office & photo printing

by Epson
2.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (46 customer reviews)

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  • Print, scan, & copy documents and photos from a single device
  • High quality, low cost printing with Individual ink cartridges
  • More value ink multipack available
  • Print photos directly from memory cards or digital camera via PictBridge
  • Print lab quality photos up to A4 borderless
  • Scan photos & documents with 1200x2400dpi scanner
  • Photocopy in black & white, and colour
  • Long-lasting prints that are water, smudge and fade resistant with Epson DURABrite ink
  • Quick speed and high quality €“ print up to 32 pages per minute and 5760 dpi
  • Scan & edit text with ABBYY Fine Reader Sprint OCR software
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandEpson
Item Weight6 Kg
Product Dimensions34 x 45 x 17.9 cm
Item model numberC11C689301
Number of USB 2.0 Ports1
Wattage12 watts
  
Additional Information
ASINB000U4SS2I
Best Sellers Rank 81,541 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight7 Kg
Date First Available22 July 2007
  
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Product Description

Manufacturer's Description

The Epson Stylus DX7400 is the compact and stylish All-in-One solution. It provides high quality direct printing using either memory card slots or Pictbridge, together with fast print speeds. Aimed at the home and small office user, it offers a complete printing and copying solution for everyone. Ideal for all types of applications from school projects and web printing to photos and office documents, the Epson Stylus DX7400 can be used connected to your home PC or used in standalone mode.

Benefiting from DURABrite Ultra pigment inks, which are extremely durable, smudge resistant and water resistant, the Epson Stylus DX7400 can print on a variety of media with fantastic results, from plain recycled paper to Epson’s Premium Glossy Photo Paper. Epson DURABrite Ultra inks ensure that quality is maintained across paper types. For photos, get amazing prints with vibrant colours, fine detail and smooth colour gradations.

The Epson Stylus DX7400 offers up to 5760 x 1440 optimised resolutions dpi with 3pl droplets in Black & Colour and print speeds of up to 32ppm. The built-in flat-bed scanner has a resolution of 1200 x 2400dpi and is capable of fast, high quality scanning of a variety of document types, including photos. To complete the solution, the Epson Stylus DX7400 is capable of printing borderless images on 10x15cm up to A4, simple & quick copying of documents, magazines and even photos â€" without the need for connection to PC.

High quality, low cost printing Individual ink cartridges from £6.99, come as standard on the Epson Stylus DX7400 bringing you affordable running costs. By only replacing a cartridge when empty, you no longer have to replace all the colours when just one has been depleted. There is even an ink cartridge value pack for added savings.

The Stylus DX7400 is bundled with a comprehensive software package â€" Epson Creativity Suite - that allows users to manage their images and navigate easily to the required application; and Epson Easy Photo Print. Users can also use the interface to attach images to e-mail, send to web, print web pages and easily adjust image sizes and resolutions. Consumers can also have fun with their photo printing, applying different characters, boarders and designs using Epson Print Image Framer.

An Expert in the Box - Take an average picture and print a fantastic photo! Epson’s latest version for PhotoEnhance features automatic scene correction. The printer automatically detects what type of photo you have taken and will apply corrections accordingly. For example if you take a portrait photo of a group of friends the printer will automatically detect each face within the frame and maximise the skin tone to produce perfect photo’s every time. PhotoEnhance will even correct photographic errors such as silhouette’s caused by too strong back light. With Epson Photo Fix you can even bring back the colour to old faded photos. With a stylish new look ID and simple icon based control panel, the Epson Stylus DX7400 will look at good in the home and home office.

Product Description

The Epson Stylus DX7400 is ideal for the home and small office user, offering a complete printing and copying solution. It provides high quality direct printing using either memory card slots or PictBridge, or simply used as a PC free colour photocopier.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews
43 of 43 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Good but troublesome 31 Mar 2008
I have had this printer since October. I am an artist so I purchased it both for it's scanning and printing features. It has been a good scanner and printer with excellent quality and speed. Also, although it is quite ink-consuming, it has individual cartridges and it has an option of colour blending to produce the missing colour by mixing in other colours so you can seriously prolong your ink life that way.

Good as it has been though it also has always had a problem with paper feeding. In my opinion that occurs because the paper holder is both short and shallow and the paper sticks out from the printer far too much, making the stack of paper unable to support its weight and eventually bending backwards or forwards. Note here that I always make sure the paper load is no more than 50 sheets (out of the 100 maximum).

So with the paper holder not keeping the paper straight and the feeding mechanism pulling the sheets of paper in really fast, the paper gets jammed very frequently and sometimes even shredded and stuck on the printer head.

Today one of the latter paper jams resulted in a fatal error on my printer and it seems very likely that I need to have it repaired.

Now it might be that my printer was slightly faulty from the start but it seems more likely that it might be a design fault.
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52 of 54 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Epson Printer 15 Oct 2007
A very good easy to use printer,good quality printing and very good value for money would recommend.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Disappointed 30 April 2008
I have previously owned an Epson C680 and C84. The C84 was the best. When my scanner went wrong I decided to buy an Epson DX7400 all in one. To save space I sold the C84 - what a mistake (I wondered why it sold for a good price - now I know why). The C84 was very economical to run. I have found that the DX7400 is not, even with compatible cartridges. The cartridges are a bit smaller than the C84's, but for some reason seem to eat them up much quicker. It took just one week to see off the first set of cartridges with moderate use on basic quality. I also use the printer over a network. Without warning I was unable to print from the other PCs - it was not a network problem & de-installing and re-installing the printer software on all the PCs eventually worked, but then the instructions came up in German on the print server! I contacted Epson - to be fair their response was good and they told me to deinstall and reinstall the printing software again - it worked. These problems have been time consuming, along with the time wasted frequently changing cartridges - I just want stress free printing! The printer does give very good results when you have ink & it's working well, though you don't get many pages for your money. There is an ink saving draft mode, but the printouts are very faint. At least the scanner seems to be very good and gives quality results. Shame about the printer.
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71 of 75 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Poor quality and reliability to match 19 Nov 2007
By Davie
I am lucky enough to work in a major store and I get to use all the different brand types, and see who gets the most returns for defective equipment. In this price range all except Lexmark are better quality pictures than the Epsons of this ink type. The pictures are pixelated in comparision to other products and it wastes so much ink on its maintaince you can forget the individual ink = lower running costs arguement.

If you want to get a reliable printer choose HP or Canon, or an Epson with the "hummingbird" inks, as they are far better.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Awfull 12 Jun 2008
By Princess Mononoke VINE VOICE
I have to agree with the other reviewer about changing the ink. It is so fiddly you can't see what you are doing properly and the printer carriage wouldn't go to the right position for me to change the cartridges. I finally managed to change the black and after about 10 pages of printing it showed that I had used quite a significant portion of the new ink. The the cyan ran out and it wouldn't carry on printing (even though I was only printing B & W). I ordered replacement cartridges, but then when I put them in it wouldn't recognise the black one. I have tried umpteen times taking them all out, putting them back in again, but each time it is a different cartridge(s) that it won't recognise. Finally decided to dump it and go back to HP. Avoid, avoid, avoid.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Stay well clear 30 Nov 2008
Firstly it said it came with full inkjet cartridges. After five pages all the cartridges were empty. Inserted new and after only a dozen pages the ink was low again on all even though I had only printed in black and white. Next problem it only started to print a half page before stopping, even though there was no paper jam. I tried to put several pages through the scanner ( with blank paper so not to use any ink )to try and fix the problem. Lo and behold after just a few pages, the ink was low again! I have used three sets of cartridges with perhaps twenty properly printed pages. Absolutely useless machine and a total con when it comes to cartridges.If only one colour runs out it won't print until you replace it.
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29 of 31 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars An Excellent Printer 10 Feb 2008
Very easy to install, with exceptionally vast software to go with it.
Has everyhting you need apart from the USB lead which is the usual case scenario.

Very fast and quiet indeed on the printing and the scanning part.

It has the capability to be a standalone copier, printer and scanner without the need of a PC! You can choose which pictures to print in different quality prints and in any order too, by "picture indexing" method.

I had the the Epson Stylus C60 for 4 years- paid 129 for it back then and my goodness Epson have definately improved their technology and for 49 less than half that price - plus you get a scanner and a copier too! Well-worth a buy.

Also on the plus side, is the fact that it has indivdual cartridges makes it even more economical. On that note, I must say keep a printing photo every other day to keep your print head from drying up, as I did with my old Stylus C60. If you don't you will end up forever cleaning your print head and this wastes a lot of ink. So use it regular for your own benefit.

Hope all this shown above helps.

best regards,

D Green
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Very good
Published 1 month ago by ws aitchisonw
3.0 out of 5 stars ITS FINE FOR A WHILE
Always chosen Epson as its a good branded name and is reasonable on cost of replacement cartridges

we have hammered this printer and its just given up on us so have... Read more
Published 4 months ago by DAVWOD
1.0 out of 5 stars I never felt so much hate for somehing
This is the worst printer I've ever had, what a waste of time and money. I've had it for almost 3 years now and it is rubbish, it has all the problems a printer shouldn't have. Read more
Published on 16 Nov 2011 by myunie
1.0 out of 5 stars ink frustrations
What a complete waste of money. I have owned this printer for several years and do very little printing on it. Read more
Published on 26 Oct 2011 by Eezi!
5.0 out of 5 stars dx7400 printer
i've had this printer for a few years now and still going strong i recommend it .it was certainly a good buy .
Published on 24 July 2011 by r norman
5.0 out of 5 stars epson dx7400
a very good all round printer, not so good for specialist photograghers, but is ideal for family use. Read more
Published on 12 May 2011 by liam
1.0 out of 5 stars Terrible printer
Epson DX7450 was a terrible printer, used up the original ink very quickly then also the replacements compared to my old HP unit. Read more
Published on 8 May 2011 by Mac
1.0 out of 5 stars Don't buy this printer
Please save yourself from major frustrations and don't buy this printer. The replacement of ink catridges is a constant expense and the print quality, once it actually produces... Read more
Published on 9 Jan 2011 by 20greenwich10
1.0 out of 5 stars Not the best choice of printer
I purchased the Epson DX7450 just over a year ago. I took it out of the box, read the instructions, set it up and guess what? It did not work! Read more
Published on 14 Dec 2010 by Mr Batchelor
1.0 out of 5 stars this sucks ... up ink like you wouldn't believe
I've never known a printer go through so much ink

or when I use cheap cartridges, tells me they've run out when they're still half full, and flatly refuses to print even... Read more
Published on 14 Sep 2010 by G. Hanton
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