Epson Stylus C120 Review Ink Jet Printer

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Epson Stylus C120 Review Ink Jet Printer 

Epson Stylus C120 Review Ink Jet Printer - Unlike many inkjets, the Epson C120 comes with 5 different tanks like Epson L800: one each of cyan, magenta, and yellow, and 2 black ones, which highlights the printer's purpose on black-and-white file printing. The C120's approximated expense per page is 6 cents for both black tanks, and 11 cents for all 3 color tanks-- about average for an inkjet, however not the finest we've seen.

Epson Stylus C120 Review Ink Jet Printer
Epson Stylus C120 Review Ink Jet Printer

It's a full-featured program that does a great task of streamlining jobs such as modifying and e-mailing photos and including frames and borders, however it was a bit too fundamental for our tastes. The disc likewise sets up ArcSoft Photo Creations for printing personalized calendars; this, too, was a snap to set up, however printing took a really long time and utilized a lot of color ink.

It carried out really well printing files, even ones with color photos and charts, however was much slower printing photos, specifically compared to the likewise priced Canon Pixma iP2600. In our 10-page test file of text and photos, the C120 turned in a good time of 2 minutes and 44 seconds, compared with 3 minutes and 41 seconds in black-and-white non-formatted text printing, however, needing simply 1 minute and 30 seconds to print 20 pages, with the Canon needing two times as much time.

Epson Stylus C120
Epson Stylus C120

The Canon transmitted the Epson in photo printing driver, nevertheless, where it quickly surpassed the C120 despite photo size. In our 4x6 photo test, the C120 took 2 minutes and 5 seconds, compared to the Canon's 1 minute for 8x10 photo.



The benefit: The C120's photos looked great enough to frame. As for formats, it can print photos in all the basic sizes consisting of 3x5, 4x6, 5x7, 8x10, and 8.5 x11; you can print some sizes-- 4x6, 8x10, letter, and 5x7-- either with or without borders.

The C120 has a lot going for it, specifically if you're a home user who prints files many of the time and photos just sometimes. Even though photos take a bit of time to print, the outcomes are outstanding adequate to make the wait appear less irritating.

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