Excerpt: I purchased this printer online approx 4 months ago now and i think its great. The cartidges are cheap and easy to get hold of and the design is modern and sleek. I found this to be easy to use and it comes with an easy to follow manual. …
Excerpt: I have owned this printer for around 3 years now and purchased it from Argos for around the £40 mark. At the time I opted for an Epson printer as I new it was easy to get hold of compatible ink cartridges.
Excerpt: So I had this printer for around 3 or 4 years. It was bought whilst on offer from Curry's I think. Since then it has been used excessively, mainly by 2 high school/college girls both for work and personal pieces. It was very easy to install, even for my Dad who is not computer literate.
Excerpt: I have had this printer for around three years now. It was bought from Comet for around £36. The main criterias I have for a printer is that it is extremely easy to install and operate, that it prints decently and that the cartridges don't cost an arm and a leg.
Summary: this wasnt a cheap printer but sounds like something from the early 80s..it clunks and bangs so loudly...! and it has this annoying screen that comes up that you cannot disable telling you if your cartridges are low, even if only for example the the yellow is low and you choose to "Print in Black...
Summary: Yup, it's pretty noisy and really quite slow, but all I wanted was a fairly cheap printer with cheap ink to print my essays. I'm not sure if I'd buy this again though - I've found I've had lots of problems with the print heads.
Summary: I've had Epson printers before. They give good service, last a few years and then are cheap to replace. They run well on compatible cartridges if you can't or don't want to use Epson original cartridges. The results for the D78 are good for general purposes.