Reviews and Problems with Epson Stylus Photo R2880
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Amazon Customer "Chi-Squared", Amazon
23 November 2011
Summary: Needing a good but "lower" end printer I did some research and settled on this model mostly based on its black and white features. I am generally happy with the decision but after working with it for a few months I have found a few things that make the printer review less than it could be.
Fantastic printer with minor paper alignment issues
John Wyatt, Amazon
19 August 2009
Summary: Fantastic quality for my demanding needs as a graphic designer and artist. I could not be happier with the print quality. The only issue with the 2880 is the same that plagued the 2200 it replaced.
UBELIEVABLE quality, confusing, sucks ink like crazy, ICC profiles stink
E. Merritt, Amazon
28 June 2009
Summary: Long story short, the quality of this printer is simply stunning. (Am giving it four stars because the quality is literally amazing.) However, I wanted to use Moab canvas, and found out later the ICC profiles were not available for the R1900.
Summary: We received the printer in good order. When it was time to print the trouble started. I bought Epson brand paper with the printer. I put the paper in the single paper feed slot and it wouldn't work. I called Technical Support not 15 minutes after I opened the box.
Summary: Before commenting on the print quality of the Epson 2880, which is astounding, I want to say a few words about moving from a letter size printer to a wider format printer (in this case to a 13"x19" cut sheet or 44" long panorama).
Summary: Just made my first few prints with the Epson 2880 - the sharpness and color saturation is quite amazing. I have been printing with Epson printers for better than twelve years and this printer is the fastest, sharpest and richest color printer I have seen.
Summary: As a previous owner of an Epson R1800, I expected nothing short of extraordinary with the R2880. The R1800 met every need I had and produced quality prints with absolutely no hassles. Does the R2880 live up to the same standard?
Summary: I've been something of a Canon devotee for the past six years or so, and haven't really considered an Epson printer since the Stylus 740. This printer has made me re-think my loyalties. Right off the bat, the print quality and speed are incredible.