Functional. Nothing too special. Hard to color manage.
M. R. Muncy "a personal photo journalist", Amazon
18 December 2012
Summary: I bought this photo printer for a color managing class in Photography. I wasn't looking to do my own color managing but the class required a photo printer so I looked for the most affordable option which brought me here. Its your basic no frills photo printer. The ink lasts for about 20 full page prints max. I found it difficult to get the printer to match the colors of my images even with the ColorMunki tool.
Conclusion: It's a good-quality, inexpensive printer. It prints out high quality looking photos and nice looking print. Having said that, it uses ink pretty quickly and the replacement cost of ink is high.
Summary: The main attraction of this entry level printer is its small footprint. It's not as small (or costly) as a portable printer, but it doesn't take as much desk space as most other photo inkjet printers. It doesn't have a paper tray to catch prints. This helps keep the footprint small, but you do have to watch that letter size prints don't run into anything else on the table and squish up.
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