Summary: As per the title, a quick word of caution for Intel Mac owners regarding set-up of this printer. To summarise, the install DVD requires Rosetta (a now abandoned utility that allowed Intel Macs to run programs designed for PowerPC Macs) and the native OSX drivers do not seem to install the TWAIN...
Summary: it may be a little noisy as i have seen mentioned some where but it is fast and the print quality very good. in my humble opinion it is well worth the money. this replaced a hp i had and it far outways the quality and it takes up the same desk space as the hp. Good number, in my opinion.
Summary: I bought this machine to replace a canon pixma - I wanted a machine that would print quickly, was wireless as wanted to connect a laptop and a desktop computer - and that could print double sided - this does what it says on the tin.
Summary: The ability to print both sides automatically from an all in one inkjet is just what I've been waiting for and luckily my old printer died just before Christmas, so I had to get myself a Christmas present, as I've been such a good girl this year!
Summary: Just a small review here. The device can print, copy and scan whilst being easy to use. The wireless function allows you to print from anywhere in the house, no need for connecting cables if your computer has wi-fi capability.
Summary: Have only had this up and running for two days so cannot comment on ink usage. However I like the ability to change only the colour needed and the fact that you are able to get XL cartridges. Only time will tell whether the prices are acceptable or not. Duplex printing is a boon and easily set up.
Summary: Arrived in very fast time, two days. Printer is very good quality, prints, copys, scans are very good. The only problem I am having is setting up the wifi for my wifes laptop. It is certainly not as easy as just letting the software do it for you and having spoken to Epson tec department the girl I...
Summary: Connected to my Sony Wi-Fi Laptop with a USB cable, all was well. My only problem came from attempting to connect via the Wi-Fi. Suffice to say that, in the end, I had to contact the Epson "help-desk" on their expensive phone number to finally have some connection. Using Wi-Fi to print takes an age.