Reviews and Problems with Epson PictureMate Deluxe Viewer Edition
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E. K. Arnold "amazon hunter", Amazon
23 January 2007
Summary: for the price, the picture mate can't be beat. the quality is as good as they say it is, and it's pretty darn portable, not much larger than a football. but a few things keep it from being a 5-star: epson makes you pay extra for the carrying case (some hp models are bundled with cases) and the...
Summary: Having this printer means I can take digital photos on a whim and then print them quickly. I still, though, save my most important photos for the PC with its rather sophisticated Photoshop editing. Oh, did I mention that, overall, I waste a lot less printer ink using this thing.
Summary: Very easy to setup. Printing your favorite moments and saving them to cheerish could not be easier. My only comment is that when printing pictures through the use of a USB connection to a computer, the color output displayed on the pc does not necessary reflect to the output on the printed picture.
Summary: This prints out great quality pictures. I was not disappointed. The ability to see and fix pictures directly on this is great. However, don't try using anything but epson paper - the quality is severly compromised.
Summary: The print quality is fantastic but there needs to be more versatility. I wasn't able to select 2 different photos and print 5 copies of that arrangement. I also was unable to rotate photos using the viewer. In addition, the seek time from my CM card is pretty slow.
Summary: The quality is fantastic. Only complaint is that the printer is a little slow. Otherwise, it's simple to use, the colors do not smear and photo resolution is very close to any photo development center.
Summary: This printer does have great picture quality for a little guy and the print pack including ink and paper is very convient but beware this printer doesn't read memory cards above 512MB, that means you have to use a computer or your camera to set up, edit and print pics, which makes the deluxe no...