Summary: Great Love it. That's why I bought it as I have 2 of them.. The size is just right. I love the flat-style design so it's very portable and manageable. But the best feature is Definitely the Print Quality. The definition and clarity are unmatched.
Summary: I thought hey I'll just spend some extra $$$ and get a printer that will last a lifetime. That's a joke. There is no such thing anymore. Scanner is amazing but the printing deteriorated so rapidly until eventually it stopped printing at all. Tried all of the onboard cleaning options to no avail.
Summary: I do not like this printer. It does not easily take paper changes. You must use the awkward and slow interface on the tiny screen to assign paper changes, as well as in your application program. Unreliable.
Summary: Pretty good when it worked but after JUST ONE YEAR it will not do ANYTHING because it says there's a paper jam and there's not! I bought it to print on CDs/DVDs and it won't do any of that because of a 'paper jam' that isn't there! Of course Epson won't do anything to replace it.
Summary: Love this printer. I particularly wanted one for printing on DVD/CD's and this does it all including scan documents. There's a useful program included to generate artwork for disc printing and placing it accurately on the disc. I use off-brand ink in the machine and so far works fine with them.
Summary: This is my second "Epson Artisan 725". The first one stopped working after I got good use out of it. So far this one is working just as well. The reasons I do not give it 5 stars is because the tray is somewhat a design "afterthought" - the retractable tray sticks out a lot when used but it is not a...
Summary: The print quality on this printer is excellent. I find it a lot better than I can get at the local print shop. I am an artist and use it to make cards of my work. However, the paper feed on this printer is really awful.
Summary: Although I have to admit that this printer performed nicely, there is a MAJOR MAJOR problem with it. Epson programmed an internal counter and once you reach what THEY have previously decided is the maximum copies it can make, you have to throw it away.
Summary: Buying it from BestBuy, 1 year + 13 days after purchase, the master board was fried and 13 days out of warrantee. Upon assessing the cost for repairs, spending another $39, I learned it would cost $247 to repair (originally costing $149 + tax).