Reviews and Problems with Epson Stylus Photo PX720WD
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Epson Stylus Photo Printer PX720WD review
19 January 2011
Summary: If you’re buying a photo quality printer, then your main concern will be the quality of the photos it produces. The Epson Stylus Photo Printer PX720WD does not disappoint at all, once the heads were cleaned and nozzles aligned, the printer produced repeated high quality, seamless images. Features like Duplex and the paper storage tray are also nice features, especially if its going to be used for occasional office type work.
Pros: Excellent print quality, Full of features – scanner, Wi-Fi, CD printing etc., Simple to use on-printer menus, Duplex printing saves paper when printing documents, 6 inks in separate tanks
Cons: Large for an A4 printer, very deep., Pretty slow printing duplex documents, Flimsy catch tray, Printing from Photoshop seems to always default to text quality, Scans seem a little lighter than expected
Excerpt: Epson's inkjets have long used individual ink cartridges attached directly to the head assembly, but the Stylus Photo PX720WD is something of a departure. Its cartridges fit into a front compartment and ink is fed to the moving print head through tubes. We're enthusiastic about the squat design that this arrangement makes possible.