Summary: UPDATE: My Epson Stylus C60 printer died today. The gurgling sound it makes when priming sounded different and the lights won't turn off. I put in new cartridges, but it didn't help. The clogged print heads were getting harder and harder to clean.
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21 April 2004
Summary: I have this printer, and have used mine for two years. It is uses two cartridges, one black and one with three colors. The good: Inexpensive, decent quality for most domestic printing needs. The bad: It prints slowly. You'll notice this with ink-heavy pages like photos.
Summary: The Epson C60 prints great. No matter what paper you use the quality is the same, excellent. It is very fast. And I also like the price.... Here's the problem...the Epson C60 is a real ink guzzler. The ink runs out way too fast.
Summary: I'm somewhat please with the Epson C60. The print quality is very good. You can use a wide variety of paper types and the effect will still be the same, GREAT. However, the C60 is a real ink guzzler.
Summary: I have had 5 printers in 9 years Canon and Lexmark and always thought Lexmarks were the loudest. Wrong. This Epson is by far the winner. The price is reasonable and the photo quality above average,not great.
Summary: I recently lost my Epson Stylus 740 due to a mechanical failure. It was a great little printer with no problems during it's life span. I bought the Stylus C60 based upon it's rave reviews and I am finding it not to be so great. First of all, it's really noisy. I can't emphasize it enough.
Summary: To be honest i'm not very happy with this printer, not because it's performance and speed, it is because the cost in the long run.Acoording to PCMAG this machine is one of the fastest printers in the market today, (if you buy it and put your first sheet of paper and press the print button you will...
Summary: I was disappointed in this printer. It makes outstanding color copies. However the cartridges are very expensive. Each one contains a microchip, I think to measure the ink suppy. Because of the microchip there are no generic cartridges available.
Excerpt: Printers are an expensive business, so unlike the old day?s when you could go get any printer and it would do, these day?s we have a plethora of choice staring at use, some offering standard printouts, some offering the best photo technology yet and some offering scanners and photocopiers as well as...