Epson Stylus Photo P50 6-Colour Photo Printer with Individual Inks

October 13, 2013 - Comment

The Epson Stylus Photo P50 is the benchmark in the evolution of home photo printing The P50 is perfect for users who want to take control of the creative process, enabling photos to be produced at home that look better and last longer than lab prints The Epson Stylus Photo P50 uses Epson’s Micro Piezo

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The Epson Stylus Photo P50 is the benchmark in the evolution of home photo printing
The P50 is perfect for users who want to take control of the creative process, enabling photos to be produced at home that look better and last longer than lab prints
The Epson Stylus Photo P50 uses Epson’s Micro Piezo print head technology that can produce high-definition images
Users also benefit from the ability to print borderless photos up to A4 size and even CDs and DVDs can be given a personal touch by printing directly onto suitable discs
It is cost-effective too because the Epson Stylus Photo P50 uses individual ink cartridges, so you only need to replace the color used
These individual ink cartridges are easily identified by the ‘Hummingbird’ image and are also available in a convenient, cost-saving multipack
Designed with the same modern look and feel as Epson’s groundbreaking PX Series all-in-one printer range, the compact P50 fits seamlessly into the contemporary home
Adding to the benefits of the P50’s modern design, its premium finish includes a fingerprint-resistant top surface – drastically reducing the amount of cleaning required and keeping the printer looking sleek and smart

   Product Description

Product Features

  • Maximum resolution: 5760 x 1440 DPI
  • Print speed (black normal quality A4): 37 ppm
  • Print speed (colour normal quality A4): 38 ppm
  • Print technology: Inkjet
  • Envelopes sizes: 10 DL C6

Comments

Megan Davies says:

Great photo printer I bought this to produce art and photography prints as it claims to have excellent print longevity.The quality of the photo prints is superb, but it also does well for some general office printing. The only complaint is that the first ink cartridges run out quite quickly since they are needed to prime the printer, but thankfully you can buy individual inks of the colours you use most often.

Mr. L. S. Shackleton "lukeshackleton" says:

Top notch and cheap to run After going through 2 HP Photosmart D5160 printers within 6 months I decided the time had come to give Epson a try and went for a P50. Overall its a superb piece of kit giving excellent results on all types of photo paper and chipped carts are cheap as chips off of ebay. Five stars – you really can’t go wrong with this one.

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