Summary: I bought this printer to print color photos and I have been extremely pleased with the results. I would say that you must use the more expensive Premium Quality Photo Paper to get the best results.
Summary: This printer, I have had two of them, is an ink hog. Fortunately there are many firms supplying refilled cartridges or comaptibles for under $9. The problems lie in (1) the print head clogs (2) the printhead does not readily clean (3) you can't clean the black and color printheads separately or by...
Summary: I've been saddled with this printer for over a year now, and am ready to recycle it. Why? - It goes through a ridiculous amount of ink, and the cartridges are hideously expensive on a price per sheet basis.
Summary: The Epson 825 Printer is a reliable Printer. However I would never give over $40.00 for one due to the fact that they are the older type printers. I have owned 5 of these printer and they are cheap on ink at [...
Summary: I expected that Epson printer would be more economical than an HP (which I have owned 3 over the years). Everyone claims that the cartridges are far cheaper than HP. However, I have to change them 3 times more than when I had an HP! So, yes it is slightly cheaper, but not in the long run.
Summary: This is the second epson I have owed. One thing I can tell you about this brand is they are LOUD, put on some headphones when you are printing things out, oh and the desk better be secure because they rock back and forth, I though mine was going to walk off the table!
Summary: I replaced an older Epson of the same model that I had in service for 6-7 years and was pleased with. It has been discontinued for a long time and except for excessive ink consumption, is an excellent printer.
Summary: I'm constantly having to run the cleaning maintenance which sucks up ink (you have to waste both color and black inks even if only one is leaving gaps in your printouts). After multiple back-to-back cleanings it still leaves white lines.