Reviews and Problems with Epson Stylus Photo RX680
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Epson Stylus Photo RX680
24 April 2013
Summary: It’s as big as a traditional multifunction printer though it lacks a fax and an automatic document feeder. On the other hand, it prints photos beautifully using Claria Hi-Definition Ink (which is smudge- and water-resistant) and has a good selection of on-board photo-editing options (and comes with software that does even more). It also can print directly on CDs and DVDs.
Pros: Great job restoring old photos, Lots of editing options, Large, tiltable LCD screen, Fantastic printing of labels on CDs and DVDs
Cons: No automatic document feeder, No USB cable included, Doesn't fax, Instruction book doesn't cover everything
Excerpt: A nice byproduct of the digital camera boom is the image quality output by most consumer printers. While the manufacturers have introduced more sophisticated inking technologies, image quality has grown exponentially especially given the price of some of these printers. The dedicated consumer photo printer has largely given way to the all in one, and this means that consumers get more functionality for their money.