Epson unveils four new Stylus NX AIOs

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On Tuesday, Epson announced the addition of four all-in-one (AIO) printers – NX115, NX215, NX415, and the NX515 – to its Stylus NX line.

The flagship of the series – the Stylus NX515 – features print speeds up to 36 pages per minute (ppm) in black and color, 4×6 photos in 20 seconds, a 2.5” tilt-screen LCD, Ethernet, USB 2.0 and wireless connectivity, DURABrite Ultra pigment-based ink and Energy Star qualified.

The NX415 offers print speeds up to 34 ppm in black and color, 4×6 photos in 26 seconds, a 2.5” tilt-screen LCD (the largest at its price point), DURABrite Ultra pigment-based ink and a built-in card reader.

The NX215 is the industry’s first AIO at its price point with a built-in card reader and 1.5” LCD.  Other features include: print speeds up to 32 ppm in black and 15 ppm in color, DURABrite Ultra pigment-based ink, and USB 2.0 connectivity.

The budget friendly NX115 brings print speeds up to 30 ppm in black, individual ink cartridges, USB 2.0 connectivity and is Energy Star qualified like the other new releases.

The estimated retail value for the four new all-in-ones is as follows: NX515, $149.99; NX415, $99.99; NX215, $89.99; and the NX115, $69.99.

The Stylus NX215 and NX415 are available now for purchase on the Epson website.  The other two additions to the Stylus series will be available in June but the Stylus NX515 is available for pre-order for a limited time through,,, and Fry’s Electronics.



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