Summary: My mother and I got this printer for free when it came with our computer in 2002. The printing results were excellent, but after a while, print setting had to be put on best to keep print quality at its sharpest to prevent white horizontal banding.
Summary: It looks solid, prints nice, but won't print anything the second that any one of the four ink carts run out. That's right--I can't print in black because the Cyan ran out! In the small town I live in, I have to ORDER THE REPLACEMENT and wait until I CAN PRINT FROM MY OWN PRINTER USING MY FULL BLACK...
Summary: About a year after I bought it, my C80 printer started to have problem. Every time I turned it on, its power LED started flashing and ink LED was always on. I couldn't print anything. Ink cartidge was still full. I even tried print check described in its manual and that didn't work.
Michelle Catherine Marco "friendly neighborhood tech guru", Amazon
20 January 2005
Summary: I bought this printer my last year of college based on a number of excellent reviews both online and from reputable publications. When I first got it, I loved it. Fast printing, great quality printouts, and the price was right for a broke student.
Summary: I hate to say this about an Epson product, but this printer sucks. I bought three of these: one at home and two at work. The first clog was after one week, and between the three they all had major clogs within two weeks. It cost a lot to run their cleaning cycles.
Summary: I bought an Epson C80 along with my Dell Computer, and it constantly gives me hell. The main problem is the nozzles.. they get clogged way too easily and no matter how many times I clean them using the automatic nozzle cleaner function built in, the clog won't go away.
Summary: I bought this printer on the strength of its reviews. My goodness, Epson must have photos of the editor's of PC magazines in compromising positions. Clogged nozzles, degrading print quality, hours debugging XP drivers.