Last fall, the Japanese Epson, its model L200 brought almost a revolution in the segment of low-cost inkjet printers by offering a device that comes with factory-integrated system for uninterrupted supply of ink, and is brought high capacity storage for ink without losing the factory warranty. Whether the inspiration was taken from the car industry and the boom of a car with a factory-installed device for liquefied gas or if only the market required such a move is actually not important, users are those who have benefited in this case because it is finally possible to print in color for relatively small sum of money. The main complaint that we had on the current L200, the model was a relatively slow work, more convenient to a home user than a small office, and this is exactly what the problem is trying to replace the new L300 printer.
We made even more important changes under the hood, but, in fact, very little. The scanner has experienced refreshment, and its resolution has been duplicated, while the print resolution has remained at an enviable 5760 x 1440 pixel per inch. While the print quality is at a similar level, the fast results are dramatically better, and in the worst, draft printing mode has reached 22 A4 pages per minute, almost double the last year's model. In normal print mode, the L355 has reached nine pages per minute, and the best mode gives three pages per minute, which is already acceptable for the office environment too.
It is important to note that the L300 uses identical ink bottles of 70 ml capacity, so the cost of exploitation is at the same level as for the predecessor, that is about 900 dinars per color, which should give impressive 4000 impressions to Epson. The price of a device of 220 euros is found to be equivalent to what this multifunctional device offers, and if you are looking for a printer from which you expect a good price tag, the Epson L300 is also worth the attention.