Excerpt: when I first bought my PC I decided to go for Epson because I though it was a reliable brand and also the ink cartridsges were not as expensive as Hewlett Packard printers. This printer could print up to 1440 DPI in colour and black and white.
Pros: Prints good photos, simple to use
Cons: Very noisey when printing and warming up life span only just over a year
Excerpt: I have an Epson Stylus Colour 660 It has a very neat design and has a paper tray to collect your prints. It will print almost anything T-Shirt Transfers, On Card, Labels, Photographic Paper and lots more. It is very good for printing photos and has crystal clear quality on Coated Paper.
Pros: Very Neat design ! ! ! Good Quality Printing ! ! !
Excerpt: Epson 660 can’t beat the best The Epson 660 printer, well what can I say!! Everything I am going to say is all going to be good. Well I suppose I have to tell you the good and bad areas of an Epson printer.
Excerpt: And behold, my HP 660C can last no longer. After 6 years of faithful service, one of it's internal components has broken, and now it screeches like a mauled cat whenever started. Relegated to the backup cupboard, it may see the light of day no longer. Damn, no printer. What now?
Pros: Well priced, nice software, easy to use
Cons: Ink counters can sometimes be a little off, warmup times longer than usual
Excerpt: The Falcon Writes... The Epson Stylus Colour 660 printer is a useful asset to any home computer, and to most small businesses and schools to. If you need quick printouts of a high quality then this is the printer for you.
Pros: Great picture quality coupled with a great ability to match screen colours, an ergonomic design and the huge brand name 'Epson' behind it makes this printer an excellent buy
Cons: Print heads degrade over time meaning frequent running of the cleaning cycle is required; Print speed decreases drastically when printing photos although printing is always of high quality .
Excerpt: It was only a few years ago that I had an old HP Deskjet printer that required a cartridge swap every time colour printing was needed. That printer cost £150, but today you can get an Epson Stylus 660 (or latest model equivalent the 680) for around £90.
Excerpt: I have this printer and I think that overall it is a very good buy. First of all, the print quality is excellent, 1440x720 dpi is more than I need and indeed, the prints are sharp and not smudgy at all. The design is very ergonomic and doesn't take up a lot of space.
Pros: Fast, reliable, quality
Cons: Ink cartridge management system, cannot access cartridges unless they are expected to be dry
Excerpt: The Epson Stylus 660 is one of those printers almost too good to be true. By it self, it is a superb printer, with a near perfect printing quality. The option of microweave turned on from the computer, further increases the quality of the printing.
Pros: Excellent printer at an affordable price
Cons: Not quite as crisp printing photos as more expensive models
Excerpt: This printer is one of the best and cheaper ones around at the moment. I bought mine for work but had it home as soon as i could. I know that it is reliable it's easy to use for both me and the kids that come to use it. I think tha these are the best make of inkjet printers around.