Summary: It goes through a lot of ink and if any of the cartridges go empty it won't do anything until you replace that one cartridge. Also, I can not get it to print in color anymore. Everything else still works just fine!
Summary: First let me say that this is the first printer I have ever owned that did not belong to my parents. I am a returning student and have used this printer for just over 6 months. My father had purchased it to use himself and never opened it and when I went back to school and needed a printer, he gave...
Summary: I have to say I was surprised at how rickety this printer was. It's got a very cheap feel. You put the paper in and think it's going to jam as it hems and haws, grabbing the paper and releasing it, doing all kinds of things before it actually feeds (and many times it does jam).
Summary: I've used this printer for about a week and have been very happy with the quality & speed of printing (including photos). Scanning quality is also very good, which was not the case with my previous all-in-one (Canon MP830).
Summary: Because Epson uses a chip system, it's really hard to use refurbished cartridges (what a surprise!), which is not lovely for a grad student like me. It's an OK machine, but takes a while and just isn't nearly as good as the simple Epson I had for 4 years in undergrad
Pros: 3-in-1 is AWESOME I love having a scanner
Cons: -Goes through ink really quickly -Cartridges expensive -draft print setting is completely useless -if you run out of one ink cartridge the whole thing won't work
Summary: I purchased this Epson NX415 printer to replace a Dell all in one printer. The print quality is much sharper in color or back/white and it makes copies or prints much faster than the Dell. It has many additional features and is more user friendly.
Summary: This would NOT be a good choice if you are going to print a lot of stuff, or if you want fantastic photo quality scans and prints. It's more for the person who occasionally needs to print 1 or 2 pages, or scan in or copy a document. Don't forget the USB cable.
Pros: Price was great (thanks Newegg). Includes card reader and screen and flatbed scanner and whatnot. Power cable plugs directly in to printer (no external "brick"). Color printouts are okay, just what you'd expect from a cheap color inkjet.
Cons: Yes, the replacement cartridges ARE probably going to cost you about as much as the printer itself. That is just how it works with inkjet printers -- other manufacturers all do the same thing. Quality is acceptable especially considering the low low price. It's a little noisy but not too bad.
Summary: Doesnt come with a cable. buyer beware. Printers just dont come with usb cables anymore. if this is your first printer, you are going to want to buy one separately.
Pros: This thing was really easy to set up and it does what i need it to do without any fuss. It was also pretty cheap. different cartridge for different ink. i hated having to replace an entire ink cartridge just because i was out of one color. also, its got this fancy texture to the top where the sca...
Cons: It's loud when printing anything and slow when i use it as a copier. It also shakes like crazy when it prints. Make sure its on a rock solid surface. Also, it mentions that it can read a micro SDHC card in the manual, but I cant find a place to put it. youre probably gonna need a converter for th...