Excerpt: Very pleased. Great printer so far. Seems reliable. Bit loud but not enough to bother. Have not had to replace cartriges yet.Love that it's color and not just monochrome. Easy to set up and connect to home wifi (for me at least.
Excerpt: This printer was a little tedious to set up, since the drive disc didn't read properly. But after downloading the software, installation was smooth. The printer is EXTREMELY quiet and has a very clear images so far. I am very satisfied with this printer, so far. One nice feature is how the printer goes into sleep mode, but is easily awoken easily.
Excerpt: I wanted a multi-function printer with a scanner and fax. But ended up settling on this one because there was a pretty good deal. When I hooked into my computer, the drivers installation was easy. I thought I had to plug in the toners and surprised to see the toners were pre-installed.The printing was pretty smooth but kind of loud. I am yet to test this printer with wireless or with a smartphone.
Nice budget printer, absolute PAIN to setup with wireless!
Travis Stein, Amazon
2 November 2014
Summary: First off, I'll list the biggest negative to get it out of the way. This printer is an absolute NIGHTMARE to setup wirelessly and I work in IT for a living. My setup for wireless routing is in mixed mode and broadcasts WPA-PSK (TKIP) and WPA2-PSK (AES). The only way I got this thing to connect after an hour of setup, was to put it into WPA-PSK-TKIP mode on the printer.
Summary: Printer seems to work well now that I have it set up, but time will tell. I do like the final printed products. The printer came with a power cord but no USB cable. Packaging was good. I set up the wifi quickly using the WPS button on the printer and my wifi router. I think I will be very happy with this printer. Cautions: - Did not come with software drivers or a manual. It was tougher than it should have been to find the drivers on the internet.
Excerpt: I have been obsessed with getting a laser printer since I've started crafting for my Arc notebook (and fellow Arc addicts), but never found one in my price point with all the abilities I wanted.I happened across this model during my porings over the daily deals, and while it didn't have the automatic duplexing feature I wanted, it was priced just right. I took a chance on it.Like other reviewers have mentioned, it doesn't handle cardstock well.
Summary: Print Quality is good and speed is acceptable. I use it in my personal office and throughout the rest of the office we have some MFCs. Print quality on this is better but the other ones are cheap as well. I had to send one back because it was almost DOA. I would have to unplug and reboot it after each print. Dell sent me a replacement. The new one is working much better.
I use this printer for waterproof labels and it's been great for the price
Megan Carroll, Amazon
3 August 2014
Summary: I purchased this printer for making waterproof labels for my business. I have not purchased a new printer in years so I've been living in the stone age of inkjet printers. So I'm really impressed and it's been great. The colors are vivid and make my logo look amazing! It can print on polyester labels with a permanent acrylic adhesive just fine. Matte and kraft labels work the best with this printer.
Summary: Living in Las Vegas, I was constantly cleaning the heads of my inkjet because of the lack of humidity. Epson head cleaning eats up expensive ink and has a tiny sponge that soaks up this wasted ink. On top of this waste, when the sponge fills up the computer shuts down. This sponge can ONLY be replaced by Epson or it's authorized servers. ship it or drive it, it will also cost a minimum of $40 to replace this sponge that Epson probably buys at 50 for a penny.