Summary: The color and print quality are good overall. My biggest dislike is the total change in the way the paper loads compared to the Espon Stylus Photo I previously had.The paper stood up in the back and just slid through. It was easy to change to photo paper and to see how much you had left.
Summary: The print quality is fine BUT the paper loading tray /paper catch tray devices are of very flimsy quality. I spend a lot of time trying to get the both correctly aligned particularly when i constantly switch from photo paper to regular paper.
Summary: I do alot of photo printing,and as for this printer works pretty well the only thing is the tray. I think they are very poor,weak design which make the whole printer cheap looking. I can say it prints pretty decent pictures. If you like printing photos I say you would enjoy
Summary: Got this to couple with a Gigablock CIS system. It worked fine on a non-CIS system, but does not couple well with the CIS. Okay, this could be the CIS as well, but other posts I read said they would work well together.
Summary: I had been using an Epson R300 printer, and loved the quality of the photos I was able to get. It looked exactly like what I saw on the monitor. Now that I have the Artisan 730, the photos do not come out as well--darker and blurred, the scanner does not scan negatives or slides--as far as I can...
Summary: After a great run with my Epson Photo1680 it was showing its wear and then my scanner also died. I decided to go to an All in One. The Epson Artisan 730 All- in One printer received favorable reviews and it seemed to be a good value.