Conclusion: I have owned this printer for 2 months now and thought it would not be possible to replace my previoue Epson printer for it's quality. I was wrong! The XP750 was so easy to set up, no trouble connecting to Wi-Fi and so easy to use. I must admit I did have a few minor problems but these were mainly due to "senior moments" and I did not need to seek help. It is small and compact, giving me more space to work, and great having a choice of three paper feeds.
Conclusion: Initially had one or two difficulties setting it up but soon sorted it out with the help of the Epson support site. Now working perfectly and is an excellent replacement for my previous Epson printer. It prints photo's superbly on Epson Premium Glossy paper and text is equally as good. I used in conjunction with an iMac as my main printer.
Conclusion: Had this printer for about five months had a little problem but Epson sorted it. I love this printer, great pictures and I find the text printing is good also. I send pictures from my other devices via the built in wireless to print and it prints fast. It also does not take up much room.
Summary: I bought this printer 12 months ago. At the same time I bought some a six pack of elephant claria cartidges for about £30. It has never worked well. When I upgraded the epson software the scanner stop communicating with my windows 7 PC system and I had to mange unsatisfactory work arounds. I tried to print colour photos. After considerable time and effort at last manged to get it to print 12 decent quality colour photos to include in a letter.
Summary: Great Printer, easy to use, good quality prints. I use the printer mainly to make greetings cards and it produces excellent results. I have found that I can use 350gsm card stock which is a bonus, but I wouldn't want to use anything heavier than this. The ink is fairly expensive but does seem to last a long time. I like the fact that it uses 6 inks which are changed indivually.
My prime interest is in photo printing and it does print very good photos, as long as you use good quality ...
Mr A R Box, Amazon
16 November 2014
Summary: I did some research before buying this printer, as I needed one with similar facilities to my previous Epson (PX630) that was damaged in a thunderstorm. My prime interest is in photo printing and it does print very good photos, as long as you use good quality paper of course. The scanner works a lot faster than my previous model and when I copied one of my Grand Daughters school photos, it printed it out almost the same as the original.
We do a lot photography so we needed the best that we could afford
13 November 2014
Summary: We had to replace our Epson printer even though it was only 2 years old. We do a lot photography so we needed the best that we could afford, and we are really pleased with this printer it does everything that the amateur photographer needs, and it produces beautiful photographs. Really impressed with this printer.
Conclusion: If you're looking to print photos on a glossy paper, forget this printer.. paper jams are extremely common at at times there nothing you can do to avoid them.. today I've tried to print a single photo for almost an hour now.. using epson glossy paper, im getting paper jams or the printer wont draw paper at all from the casette and when it does its a jam every time.
I bought this printer as I was recommended the Epson brand by a friend who does serious ...
Ed Whalley, Amazon
4 November 2014
Summary: I bought this printer as I was recommended the Epson brand by a friend who does serious photograph and swears by his Epson A3 printer. However the only good thing about this printer is that it prints very good photographs when using Epson products (I have not tried compatible products) but there is a lot of pain to go through to get there. The Epson Photo Print Software is very basic and SLOW.