Summary: I have had Epson printers since day one (1998). i love how they have always printed photos. Needless to say I always use Epson ink and the best paper I can find. In 2011 my R200 quit working after over 5 years of constant use. I looked until I found another R200. Still working beautifully!
Summary: No USB cord. Funny thing about primters - they must have the USB cord in oder to do any printing. Given the tape job to seal the box closed, was a double layer reseal, that tells me whomever had before took the USB cable out.
Summary: I've owned this printer for several years, and I can say without hesitation that, of the dozen or so printers I've had over the years, this one is BY FAR the most cantankerous, non-performing, ink-wasting piece of junk I have ever encountered.
Summary: I have owned two of these plus an R300 and I have some feedback for you. They do a fantastic job for the first set of ink cartridges and then the fun begins. I always used Epson cartridges but after replacing them two of the machines simply refused to accept them and the third one began to print...
Old workhorse - quirky, but still better than newer models.
George D. Everitt, Amazon
30 May 2013
Summary: I recently bought a because this little guy (actually an R220) that I've had since 2004 was acting strange. It still printed, but I would have to reset it after every DVD. yes, we use it as a general printer and to print DVDs.
Summary: This printer is still being used on my mothers PC, she is printing great quality papers and photos, even though its not high def, it comes close to my Epson Artisan 810 which is a 6 cartridge HD printer. Ohhhh the epson R200, memories... Memories...
Pros: - I bought this printer back in 2005, I must have printed over 1000 movies - The color quality was superb for photos and papers. - easy setup - operated smooth, on and on and on... - EPSON
Summary: I have had this printer for years and i paid bout $100 brand new not sure why this price is so high as its the same model as mine. Anyway its an awesome printer for DVDS and CDS which is the only thing i use it for as i have my color laser for other stuff.
Summary: I bought one of these at Wal-Mart on clearence for 60 bux. WOW holy @#$% what a deal. I printed a cd befor I did anything else. AWSOME. I made my cd and was HAPPY AS well you know. then I started producing for my buddies who were also in bands. I made maybe 250 cd's.
Summary: I've had this printer for two years, and mine has printed literally thousands of CDs and DVDs (somewhere around 5000 by my estimate). In its price range, this is simply the best disc printer available -- by far. It also does great on glossy and heavy matte paper of all brands.