Works great, multiple uses, great price, great product!
Benson Adams, Amazon
6 November 2010
Summary: You can't beat the price and value of this printer, you can use it for screen printing, dye sublimation, regular printing, and much more. Being able to print on 13" wide paper is great for projects, presentations, screen printing, dye sublimation, etc. Great value, great deal.
Summary: It uses just enough ink to make a nice photo, and given the $$$ savings and better quality than $8 for an 8x10 from boxmart, it's worth it. Helps to make a proof page with multiple photos to check the exposure and color before making full sized ones. Duh.
Pros: Produces excellent photo output, if you use 5star Epson paper, and use Adobe Photoshop to control your printing. Must read the Epson printing recommendation bulletin on their site, it's under the 1400 downloads. Do what they say, and you get better photo quality than any drugstore, big box, or ev...
Cons: If you think you can just buy it, plug it in, and print from iPhoto and get optimized results, think again. It's not really a con, except that there is no disclaimer on the box to tell people that if you want professional results, you gotta act like one and do some research and use your brain.
Summary: Epson printers have a great reputation of being reliable and print out professional quality work. If you maintain your Epson printer weekly by cleaning the nozzles, head alignment, covering it while not using it and using only Epson genuine inks, your printer will last a long time. It has for me.
Pros: Great prints and vibrant colors. No problems whatsoever. Owned it for almost 2 years and still going strong. Prints on almost any type of paper, but I would recommend sticking with Epson papers as your printer will last longer, but I also use Staple's Double-Mat papers as they are as good as Epso...
Cons: For certain types of papers, the printer can't catch a page if you leave a stack of 2-5 papers in the feeder. Not a major problem if you separate the papers first from the package and then put it in the feeder one by one (which you're supposed to do), in which , the printer will catch it no probl...
Summary: I've owned this printer for over a year and I've been very happy with it. I've used it to create photo prints for competitions and contests and won several awards and ribbons from what I printed from this printer. So, you tell me now what you think of that! Yes, I am very pleased.
Summary: I have used dozens, if not hundreds of printers in my long computer carrier. Many of those were ink based printers going all the way back to my HP DeskJet 550 (one of the first ink based printers ever), and including the high end/expensive r1800. THIS IS MY FAVORITE PRINTER EVER.
Pros: Awesome quality prints. STRAIGHT FEED-THROUGH! (no wrapping around from the bottom. Prints ALL sizes from a business card to 13x19 border-less in perfect quality. Good driver support (unlike my r1800). Bang for your buck is off the charts.
Cons: The bottom tray for catching the printout is a bit cheap and annoying, but for $199 I'm not complaining.
Pros: This printer is amazing! I bought it for a print on site gig I have this weekend to make 5x7's with the hopes of bigger prints late and ran right out and grabbed a 13x19 pack of paper and it WOWED me!!!!
Summary: Get a CIS system or refillable cartridges. Also run an external waste ink line from inside the printer to an external container. Everybody says this printer hogs ink and the proof will be right there plain as day.
Pros: First off I did not purchase my printer from NewEgg but I have purchased many other parts from them. This printer is BIG. 24" wide and it needs about 18" of depth wherever you put it. It was easy to set up and get running out of the box.
Very nice large format printer for scrapbooking and photo printing
Amazon Customer, Amazon
22 February 2010
Summary: We purchased this printer for my wife, who is an avid scrap booker. We were replacing an older Epson wide carriage printer which had died after a troubled existence. I was concerned how this printer would work, but after reading reviews on HP wide carriage printers, decided to relent and order this...