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Product Review: Epson Stylus NX430 Printer

I was very excited to try the new Epson Stylus NX430 the past few days. This printer has been labeled, the "Small-in-One™" for a very good reason.  It is a compact all-in-one colour printer and scanner which is space-saving and affordable. Suggested retail is just $99.00 USD! 

I am so impressed by the small size of this printer.  It is amazing all the functionality that it has, yet it is so compact.

This printer comes with a 2.5" colour LCD screen as well as built-in memory card slots for PC-free printing.  Love this.  It is so quick and easy to just stick my camera's memory card right into the printer and select the photo I want to print – all without uploading the photos to my computer first.  As well, the Epson Stylus NX430 can be used to print wirelessly, even from your smartphone or tablet. Learn more about the print anywhere functions here.

See my memory card in there?

And here is the LCD screen.  Easy to scroll through my photos and select which ones I'd like to print.

Over the weekend, I tried the printer for scanning some of my artwork and printing it on both the Epson 5"x7" Premium photo paper and the Epson Premium 4"x6" photo paper.  I tried the "best" photo selection from the printing preferences and the results were so very clear.  Even the standard photo printing option gives great results. 

The other thing I've been wanting to try with the help the NX430 is to print some Instagram photos using the photostrip method (found in instructions here).  They are so cute and perfectly handy to have for art journaling pages, or to stick on a mini layout.  I am planning on doing that this week!  I'll show you the results!

Learn more about the Epson Stylus NX430 in the link.

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  1. January 9th, 2012Posted | Permalink

    Angie, have you tried to print out on cardstock say images to do collage mixed media work? Wondering how the quality of print was. Looking for a small wonder printer! Thanks!

  2. January 9th, 2012Posted | Permalink

    Hi Kris, No, I didn’t try printing on cardstock yet, but I will try that this week and let you know. I’m planning another post showing the Instagram photostrips so I will try that too. Thanks!

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