The DX7000F does the usual printing, scanning, faxing and photo printing, but also claims to be more cost-effective. It uses DURABrite Ultra ink, which can achieve up to 5760dpi. Each cartridge costs from £7, and as the printer uses individual inks, you can replace colours as and when they fail.
Photo printing is via memory card slots and PictBridge, printing in around 29 seconds. The A4 flatbed scanner reaches a resolution of up to 1200 x 2400dpi and there’s high-speed fax.
Good for both the Mac and PC, the Epson Stylus DX7000F retails for around £120.