Summary: If I could give this printer a rating lower than 1 star I would. This thing is a complete piece for s***. I ordered one after reading a positive review on pcmag. I've gone through three of these printers in under three months. The first one was broken on arrival--didn't work right out of the box.
Summary: I have had this multifunction thing for 9 months now, so I think I can give a real review now. Let me start by saying I reallyt do love it overall. I do also have a couple minor complaints I think folks should know about ahead of time; It runs out of paper a little quicker than I'd like and it...
Summary: Great printer, easy to connect to an IMAC and a pc laptop with epson connect software. Fast quiet startup after the initial installation of the ink cartridges. Copies seem to be accurate with good color and text printing is very good in "normal" mode. Scanning documents to the computer seem fine.
Summary: It prints well, but I could not get it to hook up to the network via wifi,. It says it is connected to the network but none of my computers on the network see it. I am a techy person and this has taken up way too much of my time.
Summary: Industrial looking, and not as pretty as others, but after a month it seems rock solid. Originally bought a Pixma mx-922, but it seems too fragile for the quantity of printing I do (at home). Returned it. Got an HP 8600 Plus - based on reviews.
Summary: This is a well-thought out piece of hardware, with easy setup, good cost-per-page, and great all-round workhorse. For hardware, 5 stars. Unfortunately, Epson seems to be following in the footsteps of HP printers, where the hardware was great and any associated software and customer service were not.
Summary: Fast, reliable, I use to go through ink every couple of weeks and after four months of printing a LOT of powerpoints and things for school, I just replaced the starter ink cartridges it came with.
Summary: Excellent printer-copier-scanner-fax for the home office. The print quality is slightly less than a laser printer, but you need a magnifying glass to tell the difference. Use a quality paper and the eye cannot tell the difference. Yes, it uses ink in quantity, but the black cartridge is double size.