Excerpt: Though I have not had a chance to print a lot with it the first print was nice. My main beef with the Printer are the directions to install the printer wirelessly. There are two options readily available, one if you have an access point router and one if you have wired solution (USB or CAT 10).
Excerpt: So, it's HUGE and the hardest part of hooking it up will be lifting it onto its final resting place. Once hooked up the setup was really easy, even the wifi portion only took a few minutes, I was pretty darned happy. Then, I tried to print some stuff.
Excerpt: It's huge! I was not expecting for it to be that big but it looks really nice and sturdy...professional. However, it was heavy. Not fit for a petite gal like me. It came with multiple colors ink cartage and I like that there were different shades of grey.
Excerpt: beautiful prints. No printed manual makes it very hard to figure out how it works. After using the printer there remains a 'L' shaped selection box on your screen which is a pain to remove and interferes with using the computer.
Summary: Its a great printer and prints really good quality. The picture quality for photos is better than any other printers I've tried out. The colors are very vivid and the pictures are very clear. There are only a couple problems.
Summary: Not as adept at printing black and white photos as i had hoped. Color printing seems okay. The blacks in the color prints do fine. Printing the sRGB gamut images is what it does best. Have yet to get adobe RGB to print with consistancy. Speed is great. Ink levels do ok for 8.5 x 11.
Excerpt: This is a nice, reasonably priced photo printer. It uses Dye rather than Pigment ink. This produces beautifully saturated colors. My only big issue with this printer is the very poor documentation. Yes, it does provide on-line documentation, but it is very difficult to use.
Pros: Great Picture Quality, Reasonally Priced
Cons: High Cost Of Ink, Poor documentation, Small Ink Tanks