Summary: My current printer - an XP800 leaves me cold. While the photo renditions are great, there are a couple of serious design flaws/operation glitches. First, in order to change or add paper or photo paper, the user has to reach beneath the paper receiving tray. Both the photo paper tray and paper trays are stacked beneath the upper tray. Second, I have to go to printer preferences every time to tell the printer which tray to use.
Summary: Everything works except the wireless. It was a demo unit from Staples, so maybe the wireless is disconnected or something. Have installed 3 computers and 2 other wireless printers on my network, but this one won't accept the network password. Sigh.
Summary: I had other printers in the past, but none like this one. It prints fast, its quality is OK. I t is easy to understand. I just do not like spending lots of money on ink. Also, it makes too much noise. Overall, it is OK.
Summary: Just setting up the new printer and I,m sure that I will like it. But, the setup info is poor, especially the paper tray info. I've been playing around with the setup for a couple of hours and I still dont understand how these trays are to be properly loaded. I shouldn't have to talk to a factory rep just to understand the basics. A thorough guide book should be included with a printer.
Summary: Have not been a advocate of Consumers Report but this time I would consent to the XP800. Bought at Staples with relative good service to date. Con #1 the printer is slow especially on startup, #2 doesn't have enough paper in the tray #3 Ink is very expensive especially with the XL
Summary: The size was just what I was looking for to replace my beloved all-in-one Epson RX680 which worked beautifully for me until it wore out. Technology what it is, gave me high expectations with my new XP-800. Not! To print greeting cards using the rear feeder is horrific. The paper goes in and then rolls right out never beginning its cycle immediately no matter which way you may try. It is irritating and annoying and takes so much time for one copy.
Summary: I can not dispute the quality of print, photo and options. My issue so far has been the amount of time to set up the printer, getting it to work wireless with our laptop and all of the steps necessary to go through from regular print to photo print to fax. It is not intuitive!