Summary: I am now convinced that this is the worst printer ever created. I've had this printer for just over a year, but I'm already looking to replace it. The printer goes through cartridges faster than it should and new cartridges are insanely expensive.
Summary: If you're on the market for a new all-in-one printer stay away from this brand, or at least this particular model (I don't know if all Epson printers work the same way). It is ridiculous that you can't print anything out once one of the ink cartridges runs out.
Summary: We barely used this printer before it broke. When we replaced the ink cartridges for the first time the printer did not recognize the yellow cartridge. I thought that maybe the coding had been damaged when I put it in so I replaced it again. ($17.95 for just the yellow.
Summary: Wireless was easy to set up, but from Mac 0S X 10.7, there are no options to control color/grayscale, print quality, multiple pages per page, etc. Very limited mac support. It appears that the manual is written for a different version of OSX
Summary: The problem with this printer is that the ink cartridges don't last. I only managed to print 26 pages before exhausting 2 black and 1 set of color cartridges. This brings my printing expenses to over one dollar a page. I should note that I am using original Epson printer cartridges.
Summary: I'm a student so I have to print a lot of text documents. I have probably printed about 30 pages, most of which were on the draft setting, and I already need to replace the black ink cartridge. The draft setting is horrendous.
Summary: I got exactly one print job out of my Epson Stylus before I ran out of ink--after only 12 pages? On the ink-saving settings? I was confused, but chalked it up to user error (it warned me about turning off the printer while the ink-jets were priming, which I foolishly did).
One feature that would make me never buy an epson printer again
Matt West, Amazon
24 January 2012
Summary: Regardless of features, I would never recommend purchasing an Epson all in one printer because of one simple reason: If you run out of ink in any cartridge, the printer is engineered to completly shut you out of all functions.