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Epson releases NX430 'Small-in-One' combined printer, scanner and copier

By dpreview staff on Sep 6, 2011 at 19:36 GMT

Epson has announced the Stylus NX430 Small-in-One, a compact, wireless printer, scanner and copier. Without the print tray extended, the unit has a footprint of 39 x 30 cm (15.4 x 11.8"). It is able to scan at 2400 dpi and print at 5760 x 1440 dpi. It can print at a rate of 6.2 ppm for mono prints and 3.2 ppm in color (ISO standard ppm).

Press Release:

New Epson Small-in-One™ Delivers Superior Performance

LONG BEACH, Calif. – Sept. 6, 2011 Epson America, Inc., a leading provider of superior performing desktop printing solutions, today announced the Epson Stylus NX430 Small-in-One™, featuring all-in-one performance in an unprecedented space-saving design – the smallest footprint available for the feature set.

“Consumers will be amazed with the compact size and powerful performance of the Epson Stylus NX430,” said Kristi Lanzit, product manager, Consumer Ink Jets, Epson America, Inc. “The name Small-in-One says it all; no other printer offers such great performance in a small size – guaranteed.”  

The Epson Stylus NX430 is easy to set-up, affordable and great for sharing with the entire family. With the latest wireless technology and built-in remote printing, the Epson Stylus NX430 is a powerful all-in-one that meets a busy family’s home printing, scanning and copying needs.

The Epson Stylus NX430 comes complete with a 2.5” color LCD with touch panel, built-in memory card slots for PC-free photo printing, easy wireless connectivity, mobile printing capabilities, and quiet operation. This high-performance Small-in-One fits perfectly in virtually any setting, delivering superior quality results for everyday projects.

Epson Connect and Printing On-the-Go
The Epson Stylus NX430 also comes equipped with Epson Connect, a new portfolio of cloud and mobile services enabling mobile users to print documents and photos directly to their Epson printers from a mobile device1. Epson Connect offers two solutions – Email Print and Epson iPrint. Email Print allows customers to print out e-mail and file attachments by simply sending an e-mail from their smartphone or other mobile device to an enabled Epson printer. The Epson iPrint application, for the latest iOS- and Android-based devices, allows customers to print a wide range of content such as photos, documents and web pages by simply downloading the Epson iPrint application and connecting to a Wi-Fi enabled printer. More information on Epson Connect is available at

Pricing and Availability
The Epson Stylus NX430 Small-in-One ($99.99*) will be available in September at major retailers nationwide and Epson’s retail store, For more information on the Epson Stylus NX430 Small-in-One, visit or see the fact sheet.


Total comments: 13
By john (Sep 13, 2011)

I owned alot of inkjet from their first stylist to the epson 9000, you will face 3 problem

1) the print head clog no matter what
2) the ink tank is so expensive, it is much cheaper to out source the photo to pro lab, for cheaper and better qaulity prints
3) plastic gear break down 3-4 years
4) you must use epson photo paper to print photo

now that I had get rid of all epson jumk, for fast family photo i use a canon 4X6" dyesub printer, for document I use a hp black and white laser

By Randybr (Sep 7, 2011)

Geez. Why do they waste their time doing an iOS app when they could have supported AirPrint.

By mhw (Sep 9, 2011)

this printer does support AirPrint in addition to the Epson print programs which actually offer superior functionality all Epson printers released this fall and going forward will support AirPrint

By fotografer (Sep 7, 2011)

Another excuse for the clog-ophile Epson to sell even more expensive SMALL ink cartridges...

John Bunney
By John Bunney (Sep 7, 2011)

No Bluetooth. Why? John Bunney

w. coyote
By w. coyote (Sep 6, 2011)

why? because size matters to some.

By goodgeorge (Sep 7, 2011)

Bluetooth modules are 11.3x13.4 mm circuit boards.

By graybalanced (Sep 6, 2011)

My Epson 3880 might be a big printer, but it means the cartridges can also be bigger, so the ink costs much less per ounce compared to a regular sized printer. I can't help but wonder how small and expensive the ink cartridges for this tiny printer are gonna be...

By frosti7 (Sep 6, 2011)

Is this good for scaning slide film??

By graybalanced (Sep 6, 2011)

At $99, it is not likely that this will do as well on slide film as a $400 flatbed, which is already considered inferior for slide film to a $1000 film scanner, which is noticeably inferior to a $3000 Imacon, which is markedly inferior to a drum scanner.

By Claude474 (Sep 6, 2011)

For what it does, it has a very small footprint (a little larger than a sheet of paper). I can even see taking it to meetings or on trips.

John Bunney
By John Bunney (Sep 11, 2011)

Large enough for a battery one day, then? John Bunney

By tkbslc (Sep 6, 2011)

Seems like a pretty standard boring printer. Is this really newsworthy?

Total comments: 13