Summary: I print almost nothing but photos and this little unit set to max quality has NEVER failed to get a compliment on print quality. Do yourself a favor and get manufacturers ink and stand back, the quality will blow you away! Thousands of prints later the thing just keeps putting out wonderful piece of work after another. Treat yourself, your eyes and your friends eyes, pick up one of these printers while you still can ! ! ! Worth twice the price ( but dont tell Epson ).
Nice combination of features for the price - UPDATED
A. Maier, Amazon
4 January 2011
Summary: I have been a loyal Epson user until the #69 cartridges came out, and I bought one of the first models that used that cartridge. I didn't get 10 pages out of that unit until it was out of ink and stopped functioning. So when I saw this unit - with exactly the features I wanted - I said to myself, "okay, I'll give it a try". I must say that I am overall pleased with the unit.
Summary: Don't know what's up with that other guy, but this thing is not slow. It's probably the fastest printer I've owned. Mine Prints about 20 sheets a minute. Couple of tips for the noobs: Don't buy official Ink. You want to pay $20 per cartridge instead of $3 for generic, you'd save money by going to the copy shop instead. Also, the handy dandy feature which tells you when your ink is low, is nothing but an ink/money waster.
Summary: I bought this printer to quickly print out boarding passes and other random documents throughout my day. What an AWFUL choice I made; for the price of $99, you can get a LOT better with a standard inkjet printer from HP for maybe around half the price. It takes about 1 MINUTE to print out a page of BLACK & WHITE TEXT ONLY at 1/4 the original size of the page. Everything is scaled down automatically to miniscule size; perhaps this is just the driver issue with Mac OS X.