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Reg Hardware Daily Draw Register Hardware and Epson have got seven brand spanking new Stylus D120 colour inkjet printers to give away... one every day this week.

Epson Stylus D120 colour inkjet printer

Featuring a unique dual-slot black ink system and Durabrite Ultra Ink, the Epson Stylus D120 - reviewed here - is an effective, lightweight home office business machine, that won't take up too much space on your shelf with a footprint of 43.5 x 24 x 16.1cm and weighing in at 3.9kg. Because the D120 uses individual ink cartridges, you only need to replace the colour that's actually run out.

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The Register Hardware Epson Stylus D120 Competition is open to all readers of Register Hardware, one daily entry per reader, one entry per household. No purchase necessary. Multiple or incomplete entries for a given day will be disqualified, as will entries from readers' agents or other third-parties. Winners will be excluded from subsequent Epson Stylus D120 draws, if any. The competition is not open to employees of Situation Publishing or Epson, their agents or their families. Entries must be accompanied by a valid email address to which a notification requiring confirmation of receipt may be sent. The winners will be announced online, but personal data, including email and postal addresses will not be made public. The Editor's decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. The Editor reserves the right to substitute any gift, prize or item with a gift, prize or item of equal value should any gift, prize or item prove unavailable due to circumstances beyond the Editor's control. The final draw and the competition ends at Midnight GMT, Sunday 27 January 2008.

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