Reviews and Problems with Epson Stylus Photo R1800
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Epson Stylus Photo R1800 review
15 March 2007
Excerpt: Epson hasn't done anything overly drastic design-wise with the Stylus Photo R1800 - as you would expect, it's decked out in silver and black. An upright tray extends from the back to take input sheets, which feed through and are deposited into a pull-out tray at the front. Indicators are limited to front-mounted LEDs rather than a full display, and there's no way to check on precious ink supplies at a glance.
Excerpt: This model delivers a somewhat middle-of-the-road performance to match its price and specification. It's designed for serious amateur and semi-professional photographers and uses eight ink cartridges. One of these is Epson's Gloss Optimiser, which seals the inks and gives the printed area a photographic sheen. From a speed and noise perspective, it's a vast improvement over previous Epson A3 models.
Excerpt: If there is one thing for which Epson printers should be known, it is their versatility. The Stylus Photo 2100 wowed us with a massive range of compatible papers, a first-class ink system and easy-to-use banner printing, thanks to a series of different-sized paper rolls. Latterly, we have had the R800, which upped the number of inks in an A4 device and added a dedicated gloss optimiser.