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– A year ago, when Epson presented its Stylus NX models, I looked into the NX400 and left away inspired. By resisting the pattern of outlining holding nothing back ones (AIOs) for the double part of home and home office, and concentrating just on home use, Epson had thought of a home AIO that did a few things—most prominently printing photographs—amazingly well. The NX400 even verged on procuring an Editors’ Choice honor, passing up a great opportunity simply because the content quality wasn’t exactly adequate. All things considered, Epson’s back now with the Epson Stylus NX515 ($149.99 direct), the content quality is highly enhanced, and—not to keep you pondering—yes, it’s earned a spot as an Editors’ Choice. Similarly as with the NX400 a year ago, the NX515 is the current year’s first class NX model. It’s not the immediate swap for the NX400, be that as it may; it’s a recently included stride up, with Ethernet and WiFi support. (It likewise has a to some degree distinctive print motor from alternate models in the line, so with the exception of where I particularly say that a given remark in this audit applies to other NX models, don’t expect that it does.) Whatever the relationship between the NX400 and NX515, it’s especially worth specify that the NX515 addresses each inadequacy I found in the NX400 a year ago, while conveying forward the greater part of the NX400’s qualities. What’s more, despite the fact that it’s outlined fundamentally as a home AIO, it has some potential for the double part of home and home-office AIO too. The NX515 prints and sweeps, even over a system, and it functions as a standalone copier. It can likewise output to email, via consequently propelling the email program on your PC and including the checked archive or photograph as a connection. The emphasis on home use appears in the printer’s high caliber for photographs and outputs; the capacity to print from PictBridge cameras, memory cards, and USB memory scratches; the 2.5-inch LCD for seeing photographs before printing; and an exceptional photograph duplicate component—notwithstanding standard replicating—that can, for instance, examine two 4-by-6 photographs without a moment’s delay, and print every one on a different sheet of paper. Dissimilar to the NX400 (and NX415, as indicated by Epson), the NX515 has enough memory for the photograph duplicate component to work with a letter-size unique. On the off chance that you need to utilize one printer for both home and home office, the NX515’s Ethernet and WiFi associations make it simple to share. Furthermore, in the event that you once in a while need it for any office errand other than printing, it will fit into a double part pleasantly. It needs two key office-driven components, be that as it may—a fax modem and a programmed report feeder (ADF) for filtering multi-page records. The absence of an ADF specifically makes the NX515 very constrained as an office instrument. Then again, because of the shade inks Epson utilizes as a part of the whole NX line, yield on plain paper is exceedingly spread safe, which can be especially helpful for business records. You can, for instance, utilize a highlighter on content without spreading it—something you can’t do with the yield from numerous ink planes.