Excerpt: First off, Epson Stylus makes pretty durable printers. They are cheap and reliable and they last forever. However, the reason that they are cheap is because they make all their revenue and money from overcharging you on your ink. Over many years, this ink price adds up. This printer is reliable and is used very often, however, I think that the amount of ink used is too much. Over time, the machine decays and it thinks you used up ink faster than you did.
Excerpt: First, the thing I like most about this machine is that as with many Epson printers you only need to replace whatever color ink cartridge runs out rather than a combo cartridge simply because you are out of 1 color. That said however, the ink cartrdiges are small and don't last long, the paper feed seems to be unusually loud and "clunky", and in my opinion the overall print quality is just average for all-in-ones.
Excerpt: The printing needs in our home can be broken down as 98% school/work assignments and 15% birthday cards and 5% photos. With that taken into consideration, we are pretty happy with our Epson CX3810. We got it almost 3 years ago and it is still going strong. The quality of printing is good with a few snags here and there. The photos don't always print great, so I have to adjust the color settings on a picture editing software before printing them.
Excerpt: The Epson CX3810 a well balanced multifunction device for the price. I got the machine for free after buying a laptop, so there are no complaints on cost here. The machine lacks a pictbridge port which would allow you to connect devices directly to the printer, however that is not much of a concern to me (as I usually do everything through my PC anyways). The printer works very well and I have not had a single jam since I've had it.
Excerpt: Over my time as a computer user I have had numerous different printers and usually I go with what will meet my needs but will still be economical. For me that has usually been an Epson printer. I have been imporessed with te quality of Epsons products, the speed of the printers and the easy of changing cartridges as well as the availablity of both genuine and "knock off" cartridges.
Excerpt: I've owned my Epson printer for going on 2 years now and this baby is still going strong. The programs that come with the printer are very easy to install, taking only a few minutes before the machine is connected, up, and running. Want to print photos? This machine does a fabulous job, printing the photos as nicely, if not better than your local Walgreens or CVS can do.
Excerpt: I have had this printer for about two years now. I had to replace my Canon printer which was more of one of those big huge office printers with fax. I got it really cheap, but i think it was refurbished because I had so many problems with it. The Epson printer was on sale at Staples. It was a really good price and it was more for my granddaughters to print out school work and projects.
Excerpt: I guess I've had this printer for several years now and I am quite happy with it. It was failrly inexpensive at the time I bought it and I thought I might get a year or so out of it. But here I am three years later and it still prints just as good as the day I bought it. Now this is not one of the newest technology devices, but my experience with it is as a good and reliable printer.
Excerpt: We bought this printer over 2 years ago and have never had any problems with it. I buy the ink online, not OEM, and have never had a problem with the ink either. It's a little slow on printing so if you do print a lot you would want one a little faster. I have never printed photos on actual photo paper from it, so I can't review that, but it prints pictures on regular paper quite nicely. Overall good buy for the average home office.
Excerpt: This is a great printer and has great printing quality. It's very easy to use and great software that comes with it. To scan you just need to press a button and the program will pop up on your computer. You can make black and white or color copies with a press of a button. You could actually print some high quality photos off this too.