Summary: Not only inexpensive, but makes great copies in color or black and white. I made a small catalog using the printer. And makes super color photos with hi gloss paper. Just as good as getting photos developed. And cartridges generic work well with unit.
Summary: This printer prints poorly. When the ink gets low you will notice it more, but it can print with noticeable lines and the ink can get blotchy. It does tend to grab more pages when you fill it up. Is is ok for things you are only going to look at, but not for a resume. It's cheap, that's all I have to say about it.
Summary: I originally purchased this printer to do crude color labels. When I tried using it for photo output, it turned out to be quite good. It takes a long time to produce a 7.5 x 5 print on heavy 8.5 x 11 matte photo paper, like, about 12 to 15 minutes, but the results are excellent. One set of cartridges will print out about 75 large size photo prints. The accuracy is excellent and the resolution is excellent also.
Summary: ... After a thorough search and reviews, it came down to Epson. The ink supplier's cost for Epson cartridges was very reasonable and based on that and Epson's reputation, I went with the Epson C44UX. It's a slim, space saving printer. Measures about 17" which fit on my shelf very nicely. It's lightweight, but most printers today are lightweight. I was very concerned about the ink cartridges and was pleased that it took two ink cartridges. ...