Epson Stylus NX625 Wireless All-in-One Color Inkjet Printer, Copier, Scanner (C11CA70271)
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- Easy photo printing, PC-free - large 2.5" color LCD and card slots
- Easy wireless printing - share one printer at home with multiple PCs, wirelessly, now with Wi-Fi CERTIFIED
- Quickly print from your mobile device - print photos and more wirelessly
- World's fastest all-in-one1 - 15 ISO ppm (black), 7.2 ISO ppm (color)
- Superior image enhancement tools - red-eye removal, automatic photo restoration, Automatic Photo Correction and more
- World's fastest all-in-one1 - 15 ISO ppm (black), 7.2 ISO ppm (color)
- Quickly print from your mobile device - print photos and more wirelessly
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With built-in wireless printing and automatic two-sided printing, the Epson Stylus NX625 makes it easy to take on all your everyday projects including invitations, e-mails and more. Share a single high-performance all-in-one with the entire family. Print, scan, copy and more. The NX625 supports the latest wireless standard, Wi-Fi CERTIFIED and it supports printing from your iPhone or other mobile device. Best of all, it boasts unprecedented print speeds — 15 ISO ppm (black) and 7.2 ISO ppm (color). This powerful performer even offers a 150-page paper tray. Or, use the 2.5 inch color LCD and built-in memory card slots to print borderless photos, PC-free. With photo enhancement tools like Automatic Photo Correction and photo restoration, you’re sure to get perfect prints every time. The Epson Stylus NX625 also offers Extra High-capacity ink cartridges, so you’ll save about 35% in ink costs.
From the Manufacturer
Smart. Simple. Amazing. — It’s easy. It’s affordable. And, it’s the world’s fastest all-in-one.1 With built-in wireless printing and automatic two-sided printing, the Epson Stylus NX625 makes it easy to take on all your everyday projects including invitations, e-mails and more. Share a single high-performance all-in-one with the entire family. Print, scan, copy and more. The NX625 supports the latest wireless standard, Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™ n.2 And, it supports printing from your iPhone® or other mobile device.3 Best of all, it boasts unprecedented print speeds — 15 ISO ppm (black) and 7.2 ISO ppm (color).† This powerful performer even offers a 150-page paper tray. Or, use the 2.5" color LCD and built-in memory card slots to print borderless photos, PC-free. With photo enhancement tools like Automatic Photo Correction and photo restoration, you’re sure to get perfect prints every time. The Epson Stylus NX625 also offers Extra High-capacity ink cartridges, so you’ll save about 35% in ink costs.4
Quality without compromise — from the world’s fastest all-in-one1
The world’s fastest all-in-one,1 the Epson Stylus NX625 delivers crisp, sharp text and photos with vivid, true-to-life color — all at unprecedented speeds. Engineered with award-winning MicroPiezo® ink jet technology, this powerful performer boasts print speeds of 15 ISO ppm (black) and 7.2 ISO ppm (color).†
Wireless printing from anywhere in your home, plus built-in Ethernet networking
Share the Epson Stylus NX625 among all your computers at home. Use the built-in Ethernet. Or, use the built-in wireless capabilities to print, scan and access memory card slots wirelessly.5 The NX625 supports the latest wireless standard, Wi-Fi CERTIFIED n,2 for faster transfer speeds. With Easy Epson Wi-Fi, you can connect to your wireless network in seconds.
Brilliant borderless photos, fast and PC-free!
With its 2.5" LCD and built-in memory card slots, the Epson Stylus NX625 makes it easy to select, edit and print borderless photos in multiple sizes, right from your memory card or camera. No PC required! And, it delivers 4" x 6" photos in as fast as 20 seconds.†
Everyday projects made easy
The Epson Stylus NX625 is ideal for all your everyday projects. The built-in large paper tray holds up to 150 sheets of plain paper, so you don’t have to interrupt your busy day to reload paper in your printer. You can even reduce and enlarge documents and photos instantly — from 25 to 400%. And, pair your all-in-one with Epson specialty paper to create colorful fliers and greeting cards.
Better image enhancement tools
Epson sets the highest standards for image quality compared to competitive products. Get amazing results automatically. Auto Photo Correction will correct the lighting in poorly exposed images to ensure you never print a bad photo. With just the click of a button and no special software, you can even remove red eye. And, with convenient color restoration, you can easily bring old, faded photos back to life.Worry-free handling
While many competitive inks often take several minutes to dry, prints made with DURABrite® Ultra pigment ink allow you to handle documents and photos immediately after printing. Prints are smudge and water resistant — and even highlighter friendly. Plain paper documents resist fading up to six times longer than leading competitive prints,6 making it easier than ever to archive important documents.Quickly print from your mobile device
Do more with your Epson printer and your mobile device. Wi Fi - enabled Epson printers now work with several mobile applications to print photos, PDFs, Word documents, web pages and more! No need to use photo sharing websites and wait for your prints or print them out at your nearest drug store. You can now also print emails & attachments anywhere you go - at home, in the office or on the road. Get performance printing on the go with Epson mobile printing. See www.epson.com/mobileprinting for more information.
Replace only the color you need!
The Epson Stylus NX625 is smart to own. With individual ink cartridges, you only have to replace the color that you need. Plus, there are multiple sizes available to accommodate your budget and specific print volume needs. With Extra High-capacity cartridges, you’ll save about 35%.4 Best of all, only one set of cartridges is needed to print amazing documents and photos. There’s no need to spend additional money on specialized cartridges to print photos.
Save paper with automatic two-sided printing
With the Epson Stylus NX625, it’s easy to print on both sides of the paper, saving money and, of course, paper. In fact, with automatic two-sided printing, you’ll save up to 50% of your paper supply. And with automatic two-sided ISO print speeds of 7.6 ISO ppm (black) and 4.6 ISO ppm (color),† you’ll save time as well.Product protection you can count on
The Epson Stylus NX625 comes standard with a one-year limited warranty. It also includes a quick product exchange program. So, you can rest easy, knowing you have dependable service and support.
Be more informedThe new international ISO print speed standard
Print speed is critically important when buying a printer or all-in-one. But how do you compare print speeds when different manufacturers measure in different ways? Now you can. Much like the "MPG" ratings on new cars, there's now a new industry standard for measuring print speed, which allows for an "apples-to-apples" comparison between different printer models and brands. The International Organization for Standardization (widely known as ISO) developed this industry approved and internationally accepted standard, specifically for ink jet printers and all-in-ones. It measures "out of the box" (default) print speeds using "real world" printing scenarios, so you can be sure you're getting a product that performs at the speed you need.
- Share one all-in-one at home — print wirelessly from multiple PCs, now with Wi-Fi CERTIFIED n2
- World’s fastest all-in-one1 — print web pages and documents at speeds of 15 ISO ppm (black), 7.2 ISO ppm (color),† based on the ISO standard
- Save paper — automatic two-sided printing can save up to 50% of your paper supply at speeds of 7.6 ISO ppm (black), 4.6 ISO ppm (color),† based on the ISO standard
- Reload paper less often — large paper tray holds up to 150 sheets of plain paper
- Supports wireless printing from your cell phone — easily print photos and more from your iPhone and many mobile devices3
- PC-free photo printing — it’s easy with the built-in 2.5" LCD and built in memory card slots
- Vibrant photos in no time — print a 4" x 6" photo in as fast as 20 sec†
- Superior image enhancement tools — automatically correct poorly exposed photos and easily remove red eye
- High quality scanning — up to 2400 dpi
- Truly touchable photos and documents — get worry-free handling with instant-dry inks
- Save money — Extra High-capacity Black and color ink cartridges available4
- Standard ink set included — includes one 125 Black ink cartridge and three 125 color ink cartridges
- Extra high-capacity ink cartridges available — save about 35%.4
- Packaging Specifications (W x D x H) — Dimensions: Printing 17.5" x 22.2" x 6.7", Storage 17.5" x 14.4" x 6.7" and Weight 13.7 lb.
Epson Stylus NX seriesSmart. Simple. Amazing.
State-of-the-art technology at a simply extraordinary value. That’s what makes the Epson NX series so amazing. These fast, affordable ink jets offer award-winning ink jet technology and innovative features that ensure premium quality results at a price that’s sure to please. Ideal for all your everyday projects, these smart, user-friendly performers make incredible results easy for anyone to achieve.
- ENERGY STAR® qualified
- Designed to be Recycled7
- Save up to 50% of your paper supply with automatic two-sided printing
- Epson America, Inc. is a SmarWaySM Transport Partner8
Epson Ink Supplies
What’s in the Box
- Stylus NX625 Color All-in-One
- Instruction manual
- CD-ROM with drivers
- Power cord
- Four DURABrite Ultra Ink cartridges (one 125 Standard-capacity Black ink cartridge and three 125 Moderate-use color ink cartridges: Cyan, Magenta, Yellow)
†What is ISO ppm?
ISO ppm is based on the new international standard for measuring print speed. Black and color print speeds are determined in default, single-side mode, in accordance with ISO/IEC 24734. Black and color two-sided print speeds are determined in two-sided mode, in accordance with ISO/IEC 24734.
How are Print Speeds Measured?
Color photo in Draft Mode on Premium Photo Paper Glossy measured from start of paper feed. Actual print times will vary based on system configuration, software, and page complexity. See www.epson.com/printspeed for details, including complete ISO reports.
- Fastest in its class; 50% faster than the competition printing black text in default, single-side mode, in accordance with ISO/IEC 24734. Compared to ink jet all-in-ones priced at $199 or less, as of September 2009, based on independent testing.
- Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n certified; level of performance subject to the range of the router being used.
- See www.epson.com/mobileprinting for more information on optional phone applications. Website in English only.
- Save about 35% compared to T125 Standard capacity cartridges. Actual savings and yields may vary. See www.epson.com/cartridgeinfo
- Some applications and/or functions may not be supported by Mac.®
- Display permanence based on accelerated testing of prints displayed under glass in indoor display conditions; album permanence based on accelerated testing of prints in dark storage conditions. Claim that documents resist fading up to six times longer is based on accelerated testing of unframed color prints on plain paper in indoor display conditions. Actual print stability will vary according to media, printed image, display conditions, light intensity, temperature, humidity and atmospheric conditions. Epson does not guarantee the longevity of prints. For maximum print life, display all prints under glass or UV filter or properly store them.
- See our website for convenient and reasonable recycling options at www.epson.com/recycle
- SmartWay is an innovative partnership of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency that reduces greenhouse gases and other air pollutants and improves fuel efficiency.
Top customer reviews
TIP REGARDING SETUP if you want to use the printer with wi-fi. You have a choice of temporarily using a USB cable during setup and then removing it, or using wi-fi and stand at the machine and press buttons. I chose the temp cable option since I already had one on my broken HP non-wifi printer. Some people just move forward without reading instructions. (I do that a lot also. However, my spouse spotted in the instructions to wait to put on the cable until the Setup disk instructs you to do so. I'm glad he saw that, because that could be why some people complain about setup problems. So, I set up the printer and cartridges following the step-by-step instructions. No problems with that. I put the disk into my XP computer and started the install. At the beginning, it will ask if you want to install via wi-fi or using a temporary usb cable. I chose the latter. Note you still don't attach the cable just yet. After a few minutes it tells you to go ahead and attach the cable. The USB port is kind of hidden. You'll find it on the left side as you face the printer. I don't like the angle of the USB hole, as it is hard to see which way to put in the end. However, that isn't something you have to do over and over anyway. Now it will finish the install and tell you when it is ok to remove the cable. It had no problem finding my wi-fi and I didn't have to enter a password. By the way, there is an inexpensive usb cable on Amazon for $4.30 if you need one.) The install went with absolutely no problems.
THE CONTROL PANEL IN FRONT: The setup instructions are a little confusing regarding mention of this. We thought it had to be lifted upward in order to deal with the papertrays. That isn't necessary, although perhaps it would give you more room. However, the setup instructions are just showing you how to swing up the control panel so you can see the buttons without bending over.
SCANNING: If you want to copy something that you want printed out, you have to scan it using the buttons on the front of the control panel. It doesn't copy something to the printer from computer. However, since you have to physically place your item onto the scanner, you are standing there anyway.
Scanning something that you want on your computer can be done from your computer (after you physically place the item on your scanner, of course). When you install the program, you'll find an icon added to your desktop for the scanner. When you open it, it can be a little confusing. Up at the top of the scanner window, there is a drop-down menu for modes: Auto, Home, Office, Pro. The Auto doesn't really give you any choices, so you just push the scan button. I selected Home so I could have a few choices. Here is where it is confusing. When you use any of the modes except Auto, you won't see a scan button. When you click Preview, the scan button will appear. I hope I got that right since this is my first day with the printer/scanner. At least I've given you some clues. Remember that when you scan from your computer, it is always saved to file. Even though there is a box you can check for Printer, it doesn't seem to work. The manual says to use the control panel on the printer if you want a scan to print on the printer, as I mentioned above.
PHOTOS: First of all, I recommend you print from the menu of your document and select Print instead of pushing the Print icon. This way you can go into Properties. It isn't so important if you are printing text, since the default is set up for text. When you are printing a photo, however, it is important to go into Properties.
First, it is very important to go into the Advanced tab in properties and uncheck "High Speed." If you don't do this, you will see very fine white vertical lines where the color is suppose to be dark. Unchecking the High Speed option slows it down and distributes the ink properly for a photo.
Second, you can choose the type of paper you are printing and whether you want text, text and photo, photo, or best photo. It does make a difference to choose one of those as well as choosing the kind of paper. If you are printing a photo on Gloss Photo Paper, it is different than printing on Semi-Gloss Photo Paper.
Third, photos with lots of dark colors or darker background print too dark. The lighter photos are fine. When I want to frame my photos, I put them in Word so I can size them and fit however many I want to one sheet so I don't waste photo paper. Then in Word, I can use the Picture Toolbar to lighten the darker photos just by clicking on the specific photo first and then click the little lightening icon one time. This may work in your word processor as well. This method saves me from having to make special copies of each darker photo I plan to print out and lightening them with Photoshop Elements (or other photo editing program.
USING PRINTER FOR IPAD: This is not an AirPrint printer. Therefore, you have to use a 3rd party app to print form your iPad to the printer. Note that Epson just came out with an AirPrint printer this month for only $100. I opted not to go for it, because I don't like buying stuff that is brand new since sometimes they aren't as good as hoped. I downloaded the free Epson iPrint, which now will print about almost everything (used to only print photos). Not that thrilled with it, so we downloaded the extremely popular Print N Share app (not free). Haven't really gotten to use it yet. However, it did run tests to this NX625 printer and the tests were perfect. You can read feedback and info on this app through your Apps icon on iPad to learn more about it. The important thing to know is that the Print N Share app will work with this printer. It will not work well with Kodak or Canon and some are having trouble with other brands. Seems to work with the later wi-fi Epsons and HP's.
UPDATE on using for iPad or iPhone: Since writing this review, Apple released IOS 5.0. If you updated, or plan to, your 3rd party printing app will no longer work like Air Print. The only way you can print is to use the email and browser within you print app. I didn't update because of that and still use IOS 4.3.5. If you are going to use this printer with a normal computer, this doesn't affect you.
Generally speaking, we really like this printer. We've always had HP printers as well as HP printers at my previous job before I retired. However, the HP printers and the HP faxes are prone to having the cartridge carriage break after a few years, rendering them useless. So I decided to switch to Epson. I thought my HP printer was fast, but this one puts it to shame. I do think my HP printed a little better pictures and I didn't have to adjust the brightness of darker photos before printing, but this printer does a whole lot more that I like. I was nervous about the quality until I learned that I have to uncheck the High Speed box in Printing Properties. Now they are good.
UPDATE: I have had this printer for about 4 months now and still like it.
Hope my review helped you.
Pros: Scans, copies and prints both sides of the paper, if you want. Excellent print and glossy photo quality; scanner provides 24 bit color resolution in the 250 dpi range (up to 17 MB for 8.5 x 11 inch sheet, before compaction); USB or wireless/wired network capability with standby power usage of only about 4 watts. On-printer controls work well. Very low initial cost - it was on sale for about $30 more than the cost of the ink cartridges inside it. Lightweight and compact design is a better description than flimsy.
Cons: The installation CD worked only partially for me on both a laptop and on a desktop computer. We were unable to get the scanner software to work on my Win XP Pro desktop, despite what I consider excellent tech support from Epson. (Something peculiar/unique to my installation of the OS prevented it from installing.) It all works flawlessly on my Win 7 Pro 64 bit wireless laptop, after some fiddling. There is only one paper source, so printing photos requires removal and replacement of the usual paper. Ink cartridges are quite small and ink costs will likely be high.
Discussion: This printer is now attached via ethernet cable to my wireless router. I am very happy to no longer have to turn on my desktop computer as a printer server in order to print from the laptop. I can now leave the NX625 in standby connected to the router at a cost of about a penny a day for power. Ink comes in vacuum packed pouches and is supposed to be used within six months of opening. Cartridges cannot be removed and later reinserted into the printer presumably because the printer punctures a membrane in the cartridge to release the ink. You know that when Epson essentially gives away the printer that it will recover its costs by selling expensive ink. A full set of the larger capacity ink cartridges costs over $80 as I write this. I believe they are worth it IF having a printer/copier at home avoids having to drive somewhere and pay any kind of a per copy cost. If your printing quantity would make the ink cost excessive, buy a different printer or a supplemental monochrome laser to handle high volume non-color printing.
The installation CD worked well to set up the printer from my desktop when both were hardwired to the router. The scanner software could not be made to work, despite excellent tech support. I had previously used Epson Scan extensively with a dedicated scanner and it ceased to work over a year ago on Win2k, presumably as a result of a MS security update, since that is all that I can remember that changed between having the scanner software working and not working. I suspect the same problem has carried over from Win2K to my present Win XP and Epson has not refined the software to compensate for all MS security updates under all possible conditions for those older operating systems.
Adding the printer/scanner software to my wireless laptop did not succeed after several attempts, perhaps due to ambiguous questions like "How are you connected?" The laptop was wireless; the printer was wired. How to answer? I tried all the combinations of answers without success and ended up going to the network display, found the printer and told the laptop to connect to it; found the driver on the CD, then the printer worked. Epson scan did not work until tech support pointed me to the windows\twain_32\ecscndv\escfg.exe file in which the connection button had to be changed to network from local; the IP address of the NX625 had to be highlighted and the add button had to be selected. Then everything worked on the laptop.
The unsuccessful attempts trying to add the software to the laptop also fouled up the previously successful connection from the desktop to the NX625. That problem was resolved by going to the printer panel under networking and turning off wireless networking, allowing it to automatically get its IP address from the router over the wired ethernet. Under the failed attempted wireless setup the printer asked for the network password, by which it apparently meant the 64-character passphrase needed by a laptop to log into my network. I estimate it would have taken a good 15-20 minutes to enter that many characters by up/down/left/right arrows on the display. Epson writes about using a temporary USB connection to avoid that delay. I highly recommend just hardwiring the printer, so no passphrase is required.
My particular software experience was unpleasant. I spent hours trying things before calling tech support. Your experience may be better. Epson tech support on a Friday afternoon was available after a couple of minutes wait; I was transferred twice to get to the appropriate specialist, who I considered to be highly competent and knowledgeable about the locations of files and registry entries. She was patient and probably spent an hour with me attempting to resolve my problems before confessing she had never seen my persistent problem before. Since my primary computer was fully functional and the NX625 worked well, I gave up on the secondary computer for the time being.
I give the printer great marks for connection flexibility, quality output, tech support availability and low cost for light home use. I downgrade it for unresolved software issues, in my case.