Summary: Compact printer, auto duplex is nice and pain-free, and the all-in-one package looks good too, but the bottom-loading paper tray (with no option to sheet feed otherwise) fails consistently at 'grabbing' photo paper (190g/m2 - the 'lightest' and cheapest Epson photo paper) and feeding it up and...
Summary: Having had a PX800FW previously, I purchased this printer to ensure compatability with the kids computers and the ease of use. My previous printer last 2 years when the ink pads required changing, and was quoted £120, so thought I'd be best buying a new one.
Summary: Very pleased with this printer/Scanner. It's very quick to print, Quality as always with an Epson. Photo printing is excellent. Downside as with most printers, Cartridges too expensive. you could probably buy two cheaper printers for the same price as the cartridges.
Summary: I bought the previous model PX800FW exactly 2 years ago. The printer had light to medium home use. It started coming up with a problem that the 'ink pads are full'. If you google this problem, it's very common with these printers.
Summary: This is prob the 10th printer Epson printer I have bought for business use. First impressions, are good build quality and intuitive to set up. Printer operation fairly quiet and scanner operation almost silent. Clean printing and easy to use. I have been using Epson printers for approx.
Summary: I have used Epson printer for years, so why not buy a good photo printer, the PX800FW. My first impressions of it were good, excellent in fact. Good print quality, scanning capabilities and wireless! Excellent. Well, excellent until, you have to buy ink for it. Let me explain how this works....
Summary: After six years of faithful service from my Epson 890 it finally gave up the ghost so I felt drawn to another Epson (though I compared Canon and Kodak equivalents)and, though a bit more than I really needed, I felt drawn to the PX820FWD.