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10 August, 2009

Epson 1410

Sorry for forgetting to mention this printer. It was bought about a month ago - Epson Stylus Photo 1410. It was bought after some decision between an A3 laser printer or an A3 inkjet. The we decided to go for the inkjet for better colour and much cheaper price. (to Don: Antony is poor.)

Seeing is believing, photo first.
Epson Stylus Photo 1410 box

(as usual, more photos follow...)

The key feature of this printer, it's an A3+ printer. A3 paper size is defined as 297mm by 420 mm (or 11.7 x 16.5 inches in American units) which is two A4 paper joined length-wise. A3+ or Super A3 is defined as 13 inches by 19 inches (329mm by 483mm).

Why do I need this printer? Laurent needs to print A3 signs for his cooking school, and I need to print A3 photos.

Here's the printer:
Epson Stylus Photo 1410

Some of you may remember that I had an Epson Stylus Photo R230 inkjet printer. Well, that one only prints A4. Once the inks of R230 runs out, I will get rid of R230, since I bought 1410 to replace it.

Epson R230 vs 1410

Like R230, Epson Stylus Photo 1410 also prints directly to CD/DVDs.

Although it is an inkjet, the colour is actually pretty good. Like Epson R230, it is a-six colour inkjet printer, but better inks - Claria Photographic Ink with better resistant to fading.

And the best part of this printer, I bought it with $200 off the listed price. (to Don: Antony is poor.)

A3 paper is similar to ledger/tabloid paper in the States.

This entry has Lightbox effect enabled. Click on the thumbnails for larger photos.

related blog entries:
Brother label printer (Brother QL-570 Label Printer, 12 May, 2009)
why I need a labelling tool (17 May, 2007)
Epson AcuLaser C1100 (1 May, 2007)
new toy - Brother P-touch 1280 (27 April, 2007)
hello Epson (Epson Stylus Photo R230, 13 March, 2007)
hello Brother (Brother MFC-240C, 22 January, 2007)

Posted by Antony on 10 August 2009 11:42 PM | gadget, non-Apple hardware, photos

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Meanwhile, the poor Don continues to use his broken LaserJet 1100.
Posted by Don_HH2K on 11 August 2009 2:57 AM.
HP LaserJet 1100 was the state of art. It was heavily mentioned by computer magazines (printed ones) back then.
Posted by Antony on 11 August 2009 12:36 PM.
"Back then" being the operative part. You don't call a 10+ year old printer "state of the art" now that it's well past its expected lifespan.
Posted by Don_HH2K on 12 August 2009 11:20 AM.
If you got $A200 off the RRP, what the *expletive* was the price you paid?
Congratulations DON, on your "classic" printer, mine is an ancient Antony hand-me-down, but it works well for what I need to do.
Posted by Rev.Dr.Abbot Wu Yi on 12 August 2009 11:00 PM.
Well, it was actually the cheapest A3 photographic inkjet printers I could find.
Posted by Antony on 20 August 2009 4:37 PM.
Just because it was the cheapest in its class does not mean that it was cheap.
Posted by Don_HH2K on 21 August 2009 11:09 AM.
It was about the same price as the Epson AcuLaser C1100N, not that expensive.
Posted by Antony on 21 August 2009 10:23 PM.
According to the Epson website, the AcuLaser C1100N goes for 359.95, which I would consider quite expensive for a printer. This considering we just ordered $89 mono laser printers at work!
Posted by Don_HH2K on 21 August 2009 11:01 PM.
I was referring to the price we paid for AcuLaser C1100N back in May 2007.
Wow! You were the decision maker!
Posted by Antony on 21 August 2009 11:44 PM.
No, I am not and was not the decision maker. I merely recommended those printers.
Posted by Don_HH2K on 22 August 2009 8:22 AM.
The Epson AcuLaser C1100N did not have the cheapest price tag, but, taking the colour, network printing and consumable costs into consideration, it was one of the cheapests in its class.
Posted by Antony on 22 August 2009 9:08 AM.
When instaled according to directions, this product saves 75 to 90 percent of your ink cost. Results are equal to original ink cartridges. I would recommend this product to anyone who uses a large amount of ink.
Posted by r4 card on 7 November 2009 2:10 PM.
When instaled according to directions, this product saves 75 to 90 percent of your ink cost. Results are equal to original ink cartridges. I would recommend this product to anyone who uses a large amount of ink.
Posted by r4 card on 7 November 2009 2:10 PM.
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By the way, how can we keep in touch?
Posted by on 23 August 2012 1:32 AM.
hi. pleas price 1410
Posted by abdi on 24 December 2013 2:56 AM.
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