Looks and works great, but not if you're out of ink!
Brad C., Newegg
11 February 2012
Summary: Overall, I love this printer. However, I wouldn't buy it again because it's ridiculous to not be able to print ANYTHING if you're out of one colour of ink. Even if you're out of magenta and printing a B&W document, you can't print. I'm so disappointed about this, and won't buy Epson again.
Pros: - Great looking in any black setup. - Prints great, and fast! - A lot quieter than my old Canon
Cons: - Slow scanning - If you're out of any of the ink cartridges, you can't print ANYTHING!
Summary: The printer seems a little slow. It is not easy to print envelopes with this printer. The paper tray has to be completely removed and the enveloped inserted just right. The paper tray and output tray seem cheap.
Useage report - Good, but may not travel well over time - fragile with rough use
Fun Fong Jr. MD, Amazon
14 September 2011
Summary: We got this printer packaged in a deal with a laptop purchase. I was a little leery that it could be a model which was not selling well. It was my first wireless model, and seems to works well at home. I found it to be a fairly reliable printer and liked traveling with it.
Summary: The printer is nice looking. The setup CD locked-up half way through the install procedure and had to be shut down using Windows Task Manager (XP). Since it never completed the install I elected to use the USB connection to one PC (I wanted to share the printer on an Ethernet network).
Summary: I am sure this is a nice printer, but did not realize until it was all set up (and printer cartridges opened so it couldn't be returned) that it really does not print from the iPhone or iPad without some very inconvenient jumping through hoops.
Summary: Not a bad printer for $99, but I really miss my old Epson 1270. Setup for this printer was easy although it wasn't clear that the printer had to be connected to the computer in order to scan. Maybe I missed something, but that's the only way it would scan. Good speed, good print quality.
Summary: Setup on the first of three laptops went fairly easily but on all subsequent computers the setup kept failing with a message stating that some files were not installed on your computer. Finally downloaded the installer from Epsons website and the installation was completed successfully.
Summary: I have a fair idea of how much most computer accessories should cost. So I bought this printer when I saw it for a good price(around 60 or so). A wireless All-in-one under 70 is a good buy as long as it's Epson or Canon. HP usually cost less but they make up for it by spiking the ink costs.
Good wireless printer..not so good print from iphone
18 November 2010
Summary: This is a good wireless printer. Setup is easy. It prints fast compared to the HP dinosaur that it replaces. My major gripe is with the advertising. On the box, it states that: "supports wireless printing from your cell phone - easily print photos and more from iphone & mobile devices".