Epson Stylus S21 General Purpose Printer with Individual Inks
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- Compact printer for your every day documents and photos
- Save money with individual ink cartridges – only replace the colour used
- Combines quality and speed with up to 26 ppm and 5760 dpi resolution
- Automatically adjust colour and contrast with Epson PhotoEnhance
- Remove red-eye with Epson Easy Photo Print
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Add colour and quality to your home printing with the Epson Stylus S21. It’s easy to print letters, documents and lab-quality photos, and thanks to individual ink cartridges, it’s great value too.
Epson DURABrite Ultra Ink is resistant to water, smudging and even highlighter pens, so your prints will last longer. And you always get fantastic results, since Epson PhotoEnhance will automatically adjust contrast and colour, while Epson Easy Photo Print will remove red-eye from your photos at the touch of a button.
Bundled software: Epson Easy Photo Print, Epson Web-To-Page
Compatible operating systems: Windows 2000/XP/XP-x64/Vista, Mac OS 10.3.9
Depth: 21.9 cm
Envelopes sizes: 10, C6, DL
Height: 16.5 cm
ISO A-series sizes (A0...A9): A4, A5, A6
ISO B-series sizes (B0...B9): B5
Ink drop: 4 pl
Mac compatibility: Yes
Maximum ISO A-series paper size: A4
Maximum resolution: 5760 x 1440 DPI
Non-ISO print media sizes: legal, letter
Number of print cartridges: 4
Print speed (black, normal quality, A4/US Letter): 26 ppm
Print speed (colour, normal quality, A4/US Letter): 14 ppm
Print technology: Inkjet
Standard input capacity: 80 sheets
Weight: 2.8 kg
Width: 43.5 cm
A stylish document and photo printer with DURABrite™ Ultra individual ink cartridges.
You get great print quality with this stylish and compact printer.And with individual ink cartridges you can save money too, because you only replace the colour used.
This compact printer is ideal for every day document and photo printing around the home. This printer combines speed and quality by giving you print speeds of up to 26 ppm and offering a print resolution of up to 5760 dpi. What's more, Epson software help you get the most out of every print. You can remove red-eye effects with Epson Easy Photo Print, and automatically adjust the colour and the contrast of your photos with Epson PhotoEnhance.
By utilising the individual ink cartridge system, you save money by only having to replace the colour used when a cartridge is empty. And, with Epson DURABrite Ultra Ink, you get consistently high-quality documents and lab-quality photos. you can even choose from a wide range of media and produce prints that resist water, smudging and even highlighter pens
The Epson DURAbrite Ultra Ink delivers great, long lasting and durable results on a variety of media, including:
- High-quality documents
- Lab-quality photos that can last over 200 years when stored in a photo album
- Resin-coated pigment technology prints on a wide range of media
- Instant-drying, water, smudge and highlighter resistant
Compatible ink cartridges: T0891,T0892,T0893, T0894, T0896.See all Product Description
Top Customer Reviews
Got it eventualy from Epson direct at same price but with cheap ink and paper deal. Good delivery. But I believe Amazon deserve this review as it was their reviews that I spent hours over and normaly I would buy from here.
As for the printer...... I would probably say it just about does what it should do. It has a VERY cheap and lightweight feel about it. I somehow don't believe that a printer gains any quality by being lighter !
2 pathetic little buttons on the top is about it in the way of controls. VERY noisy at all stages of startup through printing to powering off. VERY slow start-up and very slow printing of ordinary documents (don't know where they get the print speeds from) Paper trays cheap and cheerful.
Print quality is OK, but no expert at quantifying it. Works for me.
Ink replacement is probably going to be fairly inexpensive as long as it takes non Epson. Of course no USB cable as seems the norm. Also it's standard USB one end and a reduced size the other.
Haven't tried photo printing yet. I know it will be expensive compared to getting them done on one of those machines in supermarkets etc. Might also be quicker going into town !
To sum up... I'm not going to give the standard response ("don't touch it !") because it's probably OK for me in a light usage home use, but if you are not put off by ink costs on other printers then go for them.
Buy something else, anything but not this junk
Product build is awkward - clunky design, very plastic and fragile feel to build.
Printing is very noisy and slow. Print quality not exceptional - I was advised by Epson that this was a range replacement for Epson D88 which I have used for years very successfully to print envelopes among other things. Black print is not crisp and ink has been deposited outwith print area.
In addition printer has on several occasions not recognised genuine Epson cartridges and asks for new cartridges frequently, far more than the use of the printer would justify. It has now stopped recognising any cartridges. On complaining to Epson - the printer is under warranty (it was bought 3 months ago and has had light use)- I was offered a replacement but only if I took the printer to a repair centre myself (over 20 miles away)or paid £10 for a courier to collect it for return to Epson which I have had to do. I would not recommend this printer, as even if the faults are restricted to this particular machine, it seems as if warranties will still require you to pay out to have it fixed.
Since review written I had SEVERAL replacements for this model, all of which failed. Eventually Amazon gave me my money back without any stress but I had already wasted about 20 ink cartridges trying to get the printers to work.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
If you can't afford branded then this is the one for you as it gives you the quality you need.Published on 21 Jan. 2013 by Debra
I've owned this printer for around 18 months and I have to say I hate it with a passion. I've owned Epson printers before and always found them to be excellent but this is just... Read morePublished on 19 Jun. 2012 by Eco Retro
rubbish printer, never recognises ink cartridges even if they are the genuine epson ones that were supplied with it. Read morePublished on 2 April 2012 by gsorrel
I bought this because a friend had just bought one and the colour/photo print quality was excellent for such an inexpensive machine. Read morePublished on 3 Mar. 2012 by Gaynor
Have sat for 20 minutes at least having the official black cartridge not recognised time and time again and come on here to see it is obviously a common problem for an utterly... Read morePublished on 4 Feb. 2012 by Mr. R. Odoherty
I'm not going to take long on this one - it's a printer, and one I hate at that! But I ran it for almost 18 months before it went to the tip, so feel I should share my... Read morePublished on 31 Dec. 2011 by JJ
It's cheap but not cheerful. Any savings made are offset by the printer deciding that full Epson cartridges are not genuine products and declining to print. Read morePublished on 22 Sept. 2011 by A. R. Richards