Excerpt: You have probably read the earlier reviews telling you how good the Epson CX5200 is for printing and scanning, but just wait till your 12 month warranty runs out and thats when the fun will begin. This printer is gauranteed to break after 1 year.
Pros: If you are intending of buying a new printer every year then buy the Epson CX5200
Cons: So many problems with this printer . Just Google "Epson CX5200 error" and read for youself .
Excerpt: I've had this all-in-one for a few years now. Bought it for a graphics projects, for which I had to do a lot of printing. Overall this is an excellent printer for everyday things, and the regular user.
Pros: high res scanner, high dpi printer, one touch copying, good level of control from the printer
Cons: Long time to charge ink, photo prints aren't great, BestPhoto rpm takes ages
Excerpt: Summary of Features A4 Scanning, Printing and Copying for the home or home office Approx 22ppm in black A4 text memo pattern (economy mode) Epson DURABrite Inks for plain paper printing, fade resistant up to 70 years*, waterproof and smudge resistant High speed standalone copy solution High quality,...
Pros: compact enough for most spaces, multifunctional
Cons: Can be complicated when using the display on the printer, sounds clunky when it starts
Excerpt: I have had my CX5200 for a couple of years now. For the first six months I was very happy with the quality of the prints it produced but then it started to deteriorate and now (despite going through the easy to use head cleaning procedure) it is only fit for printing out very rough reference pages...
Excerpt: I have been using my Epson Stylus CX5200 for over two years, and I want to write about what good quality print-outs I get from it. It produces such good results, when scanning and photocopying documents, that friends always comment, 'Wow, your printer's really good'.
Pros: Fantastic print quality of photos + documents, both printed, and scanned ones !
Excerpt: I bought this printer as a space saving option and because it would have cost me £80+ for the new cartridge for my photocopier! It was obviously a much cheaper option for me. It also had a scanner which was a bonus as my existing scanner was high end, huge and very heavy.
Excerpt: I bought the Epson Stylus CX5400 earlier this year. It has been superb ever since. This printer is amazing and it is less than £100!!!! Here are the functions, all of which are amazing: >5760 x 1440 optimized dpi photo printing >22 b/w ppm >11 colour ppm >Border Free printing and copying photo sizes...
Excerpt: We bought this printer for the full RRP of £149.99 about 6 months ago We bought it to primarily take over the printing within our new business, an independent gift shop It was easy to install, fast and reliable.
Pros: Speed and quality of printing
Cons: Inability to work when one of the ink cartridges stops working
Excerpt: I've come to learn that if I want a printer, my best bet is to stick with Epson. I searched all the other brands, as a break from the norm and I ended up purchasing this! From the minute I got it, I thought it was excellent ... and just before I got it I knew it wouldn't break the bank.
Pros: Easy to use, quick to get started, excellent quality, fast printing . Ideal for home office use .
Cons: Quite large ! Finding a home for the baby was difficult . Not ideal for some users, i . e . those who like photo quality .
Excerpt: I bought my CX5200 thinking the DURABrite ink system would be an improvement to the dye based inks that Epson has used in the past. I have owned an Epson Stylus Plus, the Stylus 1520, the 1160 and the 880.
Pros: Solid build
Cons: Durabright Ink, cropped edges of scans, poor support from Epson