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When quality was bumped to normal, this speed dropped dramatically to 3. Cons Poor build quality, no front paper output cassette, very slow printing speeds. It out performs any other laptop I have tried for gaming, and the transportable epsoh and incredible display also make it ideal for work.
If you can afford the price tag, it is well worth the money. Pros Inexpensive, automatic document feeder. Though not as txx300f as the budget Stylus CXits printing speed is still poor.
Though the TXF is slow and fairly mediocre in some respects, its price is a definite advantage for those who need a cheap home office multifunction. Photo printing is worse still, with normal quality 4x6in photos taking 4min 44secs to print, and A4 photos causing us to wait 11min 48sec.
Disappointingly, scanning must be initiated from a computer rather than from the TXF itself, a feature we were expecting on a business-focussed multifunction. Text documents with graphical elements printed at 7. The Stylus Office TXF still bears the familiar control panel, the same ink cartridges, and, unfortunately, the same poor build quality. As with most other Epson inkjet printers, draft quality delivers extremely faint and generally unreadable results.
While printing a standard text document at draft quality the TXF managed Would you buy this? Touch screen visibility and operation was great and easy to navigate. Each menu and sub-menu was in an understandable order and category.
The attached automatic document feeder makes it stand out for its price point, though this comes at the cost of the colour LCD and memory card reader found on the similarly priced TX Scan quality is adequate, with results largely staying true to the source image. Text is surprisingly accurate for a printer at this price point, and wtylus are also of an acceptable quality for use in documents.
Sign in with LinkedIn Sign in with Facebook. Membership is free, and your security and privacy remain protected. I need power and lots of it. The unit provides a slight compromise between dirt cheap and acceptable quality, and the automatic document feeder is a welcome feature.
Results were slightly under-saturated in some of our tests, though there was no sacrifice in detail. The TXF provides fairly standard printing, copying and scanning capabilities, along with fax functions.