Great printer with nice features such as auto 2 sided printing
5 May 2013
Summary: Great printer! Love the auto 2 sided printing and the wireless printing feature. Breeze to set up, was up and running in 5 minutes or less. (Depending upon how tech savvy you are). Body feels and looks a little cheap but overall it is a great printer and seems to have no issues so far one month in.
Summary: good at home printer. had an epson workforce 610 printer. thought this was na upgrade. it seems better at some, but not as simple to use as 610. great value and hopefully lasts a couple of years. I do use printers a lot and you can count on epson and epson customer service which is why I stay with them fyi...briefly tried an HP and cannon from best buy and hated both within 1-2 days of having. epsons a re so simple to use, especially multi function.
Summary: Bought one over the holidays. Tried to set it up on my WiFi network -- the 645 did not see it. Called Tech Support, was told that they do not guarantee connectivity beyond 30ft, but recommend 15-20ft. Huh? What's the point of WiFi then? For the record: I had a KODAK ESP 9250 in the exact same spot that worked flawlessly over wireless (exactly 39 ft and one very thin drywall away from the VERIZON router).
Summary: It is still in the box....BUT Why you bought it...the price was right....it was rated highly in the reviews...it had the features I wanted - What you like most about it ..it had the features I wanted - What you dislike about it.. no comment at this time. - Whether or not you would buy the product again... I think I would based on the research I had done. MY last two HP printers have been a pain in the you know what & the customer service was not the best...
Summary: Prior to using this printer, I had an HP 940C. The time it takes to scan a doc to a PDF is painfully slow with the Epson. It is so slow that anything more than 3-4 pages, I will take the doc to my office and scan it there rather than wait for this printer. The problem is in the software not the printer. The printer faithfully does its job of scanning the pages, but the software takes forever to convert the scan to a PDF file.
K. P. Borley "Little-bit-of-bread-and-no-cheese", Amazon
4 November 2012
Summary: One thing often overlooked when buying a printer is the cost of keeping the thing going once purchased. Research is done, reviews are read, and naturally the focus is on the quality of print, functions, reliability, etc. Often questions like "how long will my ink last and how much will it cost to replace it ?" are forgotten.