Summary: These "no longer made" printers print of CD's & DVD's with an inkjet surface. They are quirky, and frustrating to use. They use expensive Epson inks with a "security" chip in each cartridge. 1 set of 6 carts cost $65 at Sams Club, an absolute rip off.
Summary: I use this soley for printing on CD/DVD's I only use black, yet all the ink runs out at nearly the same time. Print quality is good. software is good. but it's expensive to feed. This is my second one in 3 years.
Summary: IT DOES A GOOD JOB OF PRINTING,BUT IT USES AND WASTE TO MUCH INK.THE INK IS OVERPRICED AND EXPENSIVE.I HAD TO FIND AN ALTERNATIVE.MY PRINTER THAT I HAD WAS UNRELIABLE SO I WENT LOOKING FOR ANOTHER.I ALSO WANTED ONE THAT COULD PRINT ON CD,S BECAUSE LABLES CAN CAUSE PROBLEMS WITH CD PLAYERS.THE...
Great prints, but it IS an ink drinkin' cartridge chomping printer
Kathy Dannel Vitcak "Me Being Me!", Amazon
6 May 2007
Summary: I got this solely to print custom CDs for a new business project and while the CDs look fabulous, I am shocked at how FAST I go through the cartridges. Yes, I read the other reviews and thought that it could NOT be as bad as they made it sound. Guess what? It is!
Summary: Overall, the printer is good. Color printing is excellent, the speed and noise are good, but printing a black & white photo has been a problem. It is more sepia than true B&W. I removed all color from the picture using Photoshop and made sure the printer properties were set properly.