Summary: It may be small, but big on picture quality. I had seen this machine a couple of years back at a scrapbooking convention, and had already seen the quality of the pictures. I was impressed for it's size, I didn't expect much. I do already have a much larger EPSON printer that is over 24" long, that cost over $1000 when it came out, and can print 13x17 pictures with not only 10 cartridges of ink, but 5 of them being black.
Summary: The pictures you get are gorgeous. If you want to pay about a buck a pic, that is. The ink cartridge DOES NOT LAST! We get between 35 and 50 pictures, not 150. This is the second time it has happened, and we use the cartridge well before the "use by" date. See the reviews on the cartridge pack for verification. This was our first Epson, we usually only buy HP, and this will be our last.
Summary: i highly recommend this product...the print quality is proffessional grade it is fast in printing multiple prints the cd burner is a really nice fearture you can add clip art make wallet size prints and even edit the pictures.
Summary: This is my second Epson printer, and I just love it! Easy to use, no computer needed. Would recomend this product to anyone. Best of all, I now can save my pictures to a disk myself...no more heading to Walmart.
Summary: At first glance the PictureMate doesn’t look very impressive. It’s small – about the size of a slightly-compressed loaf of bread – and it’s not shaped like other photo printers. You may wonder if a printer that small can really produce good photographs. Some people are also turned away by the fact that it can’t make prints larger than 4x6. If you need bigger prints, the PictureMate isn’t a good choice for you.