Epson Stylus 1000 Review

Epson Stylus 1000 Monochrome Inkjet Printer

Epson Stylus 1000 Monochrome Inkjet Printer

The Epson Stylus 1000 is a monochrome laser printer ideal for the home user or sole proprietor that will print on an occasional basis.  This is a slender and compact printer that will easily be able to fit any desktop or work area.  It can produce sufficient documents with resolutions up to 360 x 360 dpi at speeds up to 2 pages per minute.  This device contains a deceivingly large 100 sheet input paper tray for its sleek design.  And with one individual Epson ink cartridge, replacing ink cartridges becomes straight-forward and will even automatically realign when replaced.  The Stylus 1000 also contains a parallel interface for setup and connectivity to computers.

The Epson Stylus 1000 ink cartridges are made with Dry Electrophotographic Process Technology to eject Thermal pigments that are highly resistant to water and smudging.  This printer will also be able to print directly onto a variety of presentation paper including transparencies, envelopes, and cardstock.  The Epson Stylus printer also has a convenient Single Sheet Automatic Document Feeder for printing onto different forms of media. With the Single Sheet Feeder, large papers can be printed onto with sizing up to 16.5 x 16.5 inches.  The Epson Stylus 1000 is a durable black and white printer for use with early model computers containing a parallel interface.

Affordable Epson ink is available from specialty ink retailers to lower operating costs.  The best deal is the OEM (Original Equipment Manufactured) cartridge in the Genuine Epson Black ink cartridge S020025.  Each cartridge will yield up to 1,000 printouts before needed replacement.

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