Summary: The NX625 is an inexpensive printer using cyan, magenta, yellow and black ink cartridges. Although it is fine for letters, school and general office work, photo printing is weak when compared to printers that use additional color cartridges. The lack of a feeder for multi-page scanning and any fax capability also limit the NX625's usefulness in many situations. Offsetting that, the designers have optimized it for print speed..
Summary: I had a Canon Pixma (that my children beat on and took apart and pushed all the buttons at the same time)for about 5 years and it worked great. I've had this one for just over a year and it won't recognize ANY printer cartridges!!!
Summary: No problem with Windows, but the Mac driver install does not work "Apple has the software...5 min delay.... Not Found" (built-in Lion "Print & Scan"), and after downloading from Epson, those drivers also are not recognized after install. If you have a Mac, choose another printer line. Dudes, if you don't really support Macs, don't pretend. It's annoying.
Summary: My home is totally wireless, laptops, DVD player, thermostats, web cams, TV's, all connected to the internet using a/b/n compatible latest NetGear Wireless router. All work well but this printer has design defects in their wireless firmware and/or hardware. Connects when it wants to, says there is a weak signal when only 10 feet away. Got it working a couple of times but moment shut off did not connect consistently. Finally gave up and connected it directly via Ethernet.
Summary: I SO wanted to like this all-in one. I so did. But after my experience with it, I can't say I love it. I bought it new, here on amazon, and i've had it for about 2 days now, and I bought it for about $64 with free supersaver shipping (on epson's site, it retails for over $100.) I recently sold my Canon PIXMA Wireless Mulifunction. I regret it, it was a good machine.