Printer Ink Costs Of New Epson Very Competitive
The simplicity and relatively low operating costs of the Epson Workforce 310 printer makes it the ideal choice for users looking at the entry-level section of the market.
That is the view of Computer Shopper, with the website's review focusing on the machine's low ink cartridge replacement costs as well as its relatively high text output quality when reaching the conclusion.
An 'all-in-one' printer, the WorkForce 310 comes equipped with USB 2.0 and Ethernet ports.
It also boasts scanning and printing times that the website claimed were faster than many more-expensive models, while users are also able to get printing without needing any technical know-how.
"The compact, all-black WorkForce 310 comes complete out of the box, with nothing to assemble save inserting the ink cartridges," the review noted.
However, it is in its printer ink efficiency that the Epson machine really comes into its own, with monochrome printing working out to be "very competitive", particularly with high-yield cartridges.
Japan's Epson are currently the world's biggest producers of inkjet and laser printers, while the company also manufacturers a range of other electrical goods, including laptops and industrial robots.