Summary: I got the printer to print a bunch of borderless 4x6 photos. This worked great. The reason it only got two starts from me is that it won't do a black and white photocopy because it's low on light magenta ink. I see no technical reason it wouldn't work except Epson is being greedy and want me to buy ink I don't need. Shame on them.
Prints DVD/CD nicely, but for photos constant paper jam!
28 June 2011
Summary: I have never written a product review before and I've purchased a lot of products. I ordered the Epson 725 primarily to print on DVD's. I heard Epson had come a long way since they started printing on dvd's. I did my research, and chose the Artisan 725. Setting up the printer was easy enough. Printing on DVD/CD's has indeed improved and the quality is nice. However, I also print DVD covers on premium glossy paper. Here is where there are problems.
very annoying for printing anything more than a page or two
Sameer "Sameer", Amazon
27 May 2011
Summary: For small documents, wireless printing works. For more than two or three pages, it takes out my wireless network! USB printing is useless as I can feed it jobs but it never starts with large jobs (6+ pages). This is very frustrating. I haven't tried the photo printing capability, but it prints fast when it works.
Summary: Print speed and quality OK, although the colors are relatively washed out on photographs. I have to ramp up to cartoonish contrast in picasa or photoshop LE to get reasonably accurate colors. Silly ink software: just stopped half way through a monochrome print job saying it wants more cyan. But..the worst paper feed I have ever seen on a printer. Very fussy, even with brand new top quality paper. Frequently feeds multiple sheets, frequently jams.