Summary: After my old faithful HP died I bought this printer for the all in one features, and because it got great reviews as far as photo quality. What I found was that even if I NEVER print, the ink will be sucked dry in no time. I printed very few photos and have nothing left in the ink well.
Summary: This was my first Epson Printer. I worked fine for just a little bit over a year. It was used as a small business printer and primary fax machine. It printed slower than the old HP it replaced, didn't hold much paper, but it got the job done.
Summary: Do not waste your money. THIS IS A PIECE OF JUNK. I purchased one in March 2013 and my first impression was "Wow". It printed beautiful pictures, was easy to connect to my WiFi and I thought I hit a homerun after some bad HP all in ones.
Summary: "Do Not" I repeat..."do not" buy this printer! Or any Epson printers for that matter. I did buy mine over a year ago. It works great with the original ink cartridges but after you purchase new ones for about $100...then it does not even print anything clearly? Well it tries.
Summary: I have had this printer for about one year now: used daily for printing documents, including color illustrations and the occasional photo. Starting at 6 months, the print nozzles for all of the colors would become clogged: multiple cycles of cleaning the nozzles would not help and I would have to...
Summary: Following the instructions perfectly, this printer refuses wireless installation and simply will not print a document. It spits out blank sheets of paper with abandon! It claims that my Windows 7 operating system is insufficient for installation.
It's my last Epson printer and I hope you never buy one
H. Yang, Amazon
20 November 2013
Summary: The printer looks nice and has smaller footprint than other all-in-one unit. When I first turned it on, it printed quite nicely. After printing about 100 pages, it showed one of the ink cartridge was spent, (no Epson, it wasn't. I could feel there was ink left inside), so I put in a new cartridge.
Summary: I went through a series of "replacement" XP600 printer in New York before heading for Florida. I had purchased the XP800 printer last December and it had worked fine up until about November 10, 2013 at which point it did the same thing as the XP600 I had in NY. This XP800 will not print black text.
Summary: This printer has been an ink hog!!! I have printed a total of 35 pages - mostly text with light graphic art - and have used 2 full ink kits! The problem? My printer seems to be going through a re-wetting process after it has been in the sleep mode every 15 minutes.
Summary: This one is the same as Artisan 835 I used to have from Epson - Bad. Just in different ways. The old one had an awful paper tray, this one is painfully slow and drinks ink. Obvious conclusion - don't buy Epson printers. Twice bitten - silly me - never again.