Summary: I went through a considerable amount of research before choosing this printer. Again and again, I was finding that printers that were exclusively wireless had connection problems with computers, iPads and other devices.
A handy, all in one printer more than sufficient for home use
Peter "robilar5500", Amazon
8 October 2011
Summary: I have had this printer for around six months now. I am very happy with it. I'll break down the categories from the ratings above, and then add a few other pro/con notes. Set up (3 stars): Although fairly intuitive, we had some issues when setting it up through our wireless router.
Summary: So after my last printer died after one print cartridge, I decided to switch to a different brand in hopes of getting better results. I was attracted to this printer mostly because of the separate printheads--seemed like a nice money saving device.
Summary: Awesome printer for the money, and Epson ink cartridges are among the cheapest. Not great for photos, but super fast, and super easy to set up wireless printing. On OS X Lion it was as easy as, connecting the printer to wireless network, and it automatically downloads the driver and utilities.
Great home printer but setup software has issues...
1 June 2011
Summary: If you are looking for a basic home printer that will print the kids homework assignments, pictures, and don't need a lot of the heavy-duty processing power that you expect from your printer at work, this is an excellent cost-effective choice.
Summary: I just got the printer this afternoon and spent around 1 hour to make it work in both of my laptops(one is Win7 Home SP1 and the other is Mac OS X). And here is the problem list and the workaround: 1. I can not install the software without errors.
Summary: This printer replaced an HP Photosmart All-in-One printer that was only a few months old which is now in the trash. I'm happy to say this printer actually works right out of the box and does what Epson says it does.