In a world without wires, Epson today unveiled a $99 all-in-one printer that gives you wireless 802.11n built-in. When I’m on my laptop I don’t want the hassle of plugging and unplugging every time I need to access the printer, not to mention having to actually move your setup next to it. The Epson Stylus NX420 frees you from that burden. Epson also packed a few enhancements, including exclusive fade3-, smudge- and water4-resistant DURABrite Ultra ink. A 1.5-inch LCD screen for configurations and checking out photos, built-in SD memory card slot for direct printing from your flash card, and cheap ink, starting at $8.99 per cartridge. Don’t let the printers $99 price tag fool you, Epson uses MicroPiezo print heads with DX3, “smart nozzles that each produce and precisely place three sizes of ink droplets to create exceptional photos and documents.”
Available in stores now, and from Epson.