Summary: We have bought many printers over the years, both for home and business and we've tended to stick with HP. To be fair up until recently, we have found HP printers to be exceptional and are still running several. Having bought an 'All-in-one' HP Printer that never really performed we were extremely disappointed that HP customer service were really not even a bit interested, it eventually completely failed with a processor fault after about 6 months.
Summary: This is the first Epson printer/scanner I have owned or used. It has replaced an increasingly troublesome HP MFD and has proved an excellent piece of equipment both in quality of printing and ease of use. One feature I find particularly useful is the provision of an Email address which allows printing to be carried out from a remote machine.
Summary: I bought this printer for its features like wireless connectivity, LAN connectivity, Epson Connect, etc. Impossible to connect this printer wirelessly with my laptop. Spent nearly 3 hours, tried everything but no luck. Printer also doesn't work on the network. Printer screen came from the 1980s. Times have changed Epson. Couldn't make epson connect work from my latest android phone either. Installed the android app and now what.
Summary: This printer was delived very quickly. It was quick to set up. It pints very quickly. It finds my Wi Fi quickly. It starts very quickly. My iPad AirPrint app finds it very quickly. Print quality is good, laser like. There are no quirks that come with so much of new technology; very straightforward. There are plenty of options for paper feed and it does everything - faxes, copies scans.
Solid and well-featured. Works great with Linux. Not BLACK
foofoobedoo , Epson
29 January 2013
Summary: I bought this printer for home/domestic use. I chose it for its duplex printing and its scanning/copying capability. Linux support is also crucial for me, since that is my primary operating system. I eliminated various attractive rival printers due to their lack of Linux drivers. I also considered the XP-605 but I liked the document feeder and the dual paper trays of the '3530.