Epson Stylus Photo PX660



Epson Stylus Photo PX660

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The Stylus Photo PX660 delivers on Epson's promises about photo printing, with prints worthy of any professional developer. It's also affordable cheap to run, with cheap ink and low energy consumption, just don't expect it to be perfect at...

By DigitalVersus on

The Epson Stylus Photo PX660 All in one printer provides a relatively compact solution, giving you some excellent photo prints and high quality scanning all in the one unit. The added bonus of this all in one printer is support for printing CD/DVDs, and...

By ePHOTOzine on

Epson Stylus Photo PX660: OverviewSmartly presented in a mix of contrasting gloss and matte black surfaces and nicely rounded styling, the PX660 boasts 'better-than-lab-quality' photo printing abilities, along with a 2400dpi scanner and...

By TechRadar on

It’s a great MFP for photo enthusiasts and is cheap to run, but the PX660 costs too much. We'd choose Canon's PIXMA MG5150....

By Expert Reviews on

Well-equipped printer/scanner with direct disc printing but no wireless connection...

By Computeractive on

Several printer manufacturers have decided that touch control panels are economic to make and easy-to-use. Epson was one of the first to adopt them and now even the fairly modestly priced Stylus Photo PX660 sports one on its sheer, angled face...

By Trusted Reviews on

The excellent value Epson Stylus Photo PX660 differs only marginally from its celebrated predecessor, using control touch-screen technology and introducing useful picture enhancing software. But as they both have the same attractively low price point,...

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Les multifonctions ont le vent en poupe. Epson propose un modèle capable aussi bien de scanner que d'imprimer en qualité photo....

International Review By CNET France on