I replaced this a long time ago, when it quit working
T. E. Clevinger, Amazon
23 August 2014
Summary: Long time gone. Soon as the warranty was up, the print head went out. Almost to the day. I've since moved on to another brand I like better. It was good while it lasted. The ink was expensive. And the photos I did print faded over time.
Summary: Bought this for my small business and decided its been more of a headache than the price tag was worth. When I really need it to be there for me it runs out of colored ink and wont print - not even if the black is full. Then I'm stuck spending $60 for one black and white invoice, which is now late.
Pros: Good quality photo printing for the person that does not print many pictures. Scan quality is superb and text printing is beautiful.
Cons: Uses primarily color ink. Set it to print in black ink only and it will use all the colored ink to make black - instead of using the black ink. Once any color of ink is out it won't print at all.
Summary: Nice printer but it goes through in quickly and the cartridges aren't cheap. I also haven't been able to print in Black only (I've selected that option in the menu). So even though I have black ink, I can't print because 2 of the color cartridges are empty. If I'm missing something here, someone please enlighten me. At this point, I think it's a designed feature by Epson so I won't be purchasing any more of their printers.
Summary: For the most part this printer/scanner has been pretty good. No problems at all with the scanner, although I'm not crazy about the software interface for the scanner. My previous scanner was a HP which had more convenient software. After about a year I began having a problem with the paper skewing, not enough to jam up but enough to be obvious on the printed pages.
Summary: I've had this printer for over a year now and for the most part, it works fine. It has just about everything I want in a scanner/copier/printer. It even includes a negative and slide scanner which is a great thing to have. Occasionally, the printer heads plug up. In fact, quite often, so I have to run multiple clean cycles to get them clean. My biggest beef is the ink cartridges.
Summary: I received this as a gift, and I was all excited and ready to hook it up. I was following the instructions step by step until I got to the part where it says to connect the USB cable. That would be the USB cable that ISN'T included with the printer. No where on the box, on Epson's website, or in the manual does it mention that you need to provide the USB cable yourself. The manual reads like it should be there.