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.
Great home printer but setup software has issues...
2 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: 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.
Summary: So far, my printer is working out wonderfully for scanning and printing photos. It does print a bit slow but that is ok. The wireless I have yet to figure out on my computer after spending a few hours on it. It didnt come wtih a USB cord, but using one from an old printer was not an issue.
Summary: First, I like Epson printers. I have owned at least 5 models in recent years. My last printer was an Epson Workforce 610. I like the "Amazon" price of the printer very much. Much cheaper than Epson Home. I like the size of this printer over the 610 also.
Summary: Took about 20 minutes to set up. Recommend starting the software install first and letting that run while installing the ink cartridges. The printer takes about five minutes to condition the ink cartridges. Last step is to connect to the network/USB.
Pros: * Fairly easy set up. * Nice color screen, with black background.
Cons: * Black print exhibited some banding on initial pages. * After installing the printer, photo editing, and one other add-on software, a system restart was required. After restarting, Windows 7 couldn't find a system driver. My desktop reset to the original manufacturer's Desktop. Upon another rest...
Summary: Have had this device for over 4 years now. Has worked great with most jobs as long as I've reset paper weights etc. in between printing jobs. Typically used for school papers/reports, applications, party decor, cards, crafts, and gifts printed on Card-stock, regular paper or glossy picture paper.