Summary: It can barely print single sided, let alone two-sided. The paper tray has a design flaw such that its impossible for the paper not be feed crooked. You have to every so carefully place the paper in the tray, but this is all foiled once you move the paper guides which causes all of the paper to slide so that its now crooked.
Summary: I've had this printer for 8 months. When connected to either my Mac or PC via USB, it is reliable and creates quality prints. When "connected" via wi-fi, it is so frustrating as to be useless. While the computers recognize the printer and I can get set up to my LAN relatively easily, the printer rarely recognizes the print jobs I send and there is little or no consistency to when the jobs are recognized or not..
The best printer for a small business and network users. Worth the money!
4 September 2011
Summary: Great printer with duplex printing, and quality. Quick printing and excellent network capabilities. It can be used to access xd cards and other memory cards over a network. It doesn't do a duplex scan from the ADF.
Summary: Unit was easy to install and all functions operate straightforwardly. Although I'm using this unit with relatively fast computers, its overall response time (wirelessly) is a bit slow. Print quality is good. Dollar for dollar, a good unit.
Summary: It took a little getting used to, but now I really like this scanner/printer. I had to learn how to load paper properly, especially photo paper, as it is pretty different from my other Epson all in one, which frustrated me, but I did learn. I love the scanning. It's very sensitive in feeding only one at a time, which is important in my work. I like the way you load envelopes. They print beautifully!
Summary: I replaced an HP "All in one" 5750 with this. The HP had constant driver problems and switching from Windows Vista to Windows 7 had the unit totally confused, even with new drivers from HP (very confusing downloads site, BTW). Epson automates all that for you, updates without drama and functions perfectly, right out of the box. The scan function in particular is fast, easy and intuitive without the need for an HP processes degree.
Summary: Great value for the money spent. Small footprint, comparable to other consumer AIO inkjets. Quite light in weight too. Refills look affordable. Great print quality, even in colour. I love Epson's proprietary ink - no more smudging when I highlight! Very easy to set up, anyone should be able to do it without breaking a sweat. Attractive, sleek design. Haven't had any problems so far with dropped network connectivity or print jobs.
Summary: I have owned just about every brand of printer made. HP, Cannon, Lexmark, even Kodak and have always had to settle for a machine that had some little quirk that would drive me crazy. Either the color wasn't correct or the wireless connection didn't work or it was so slow that when I pushed print I would go outside and wash my car, come back in and it would be just finishing the printing. This Epson 633 is different.
Summary: I've had this for about a week now so I as I put it through more paces I will update the review. So far everyone in my household has been very happy with this printer. I was looking for a cost-effective network printer. The prints are decent enough but it's nothing that will rock your world, (This machine is only $99, don't forget that). 90% of the people in my house print everything in Draft mode anyway double-sided (students).
Summary: I use this printer for color photos and for scanning documents. The color photos are average but the auto document feeder sticks and jams and copies only half of the pages. The printer is heavy but it is very cheaply made. The paper tray is also very flimsy and, as careful as I've tried to be, almost broke it several times. BE Careful.