Reviews and Problems with Epson Stylus Photo R2880
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Epson color printer R2880
Bob Deffeyes "Amateur photographer", Amazon
6 October 2014
Summary: Our moving plans caused me to shut down the unit while we sold the house and moved. I followed the directions exactly. After 3 months of downtime, I hooked it up an hour ago. I printed a photo and it came out PERFECTLY on the first try. NOT what I expected.
Summary: Epson Stylus Photo R2880 Wide-Format Color Inkjet Printer is a excellent printer. My major is graphic design, so I need to do a lot of print works. This machine can totally reach my requirement.
Summary: This is a review of the Epson 2880 photo printer, not the 1900. I seriously considered the 1900 but I'm very glad I chose the 2880 instead. This is the sixth Epson photo printer I've owned. They've all been excellent, but this one is the best by a wide margin.
Summary: I was eager to see how the Epson Stylus Photo R2880 compared to my trusty old Epson Stylus Photo R800 Inkjet Printer which is still a great printer and was Epson's first true photo-quality printer. The first thing that I noticed was the R2880's size and design.
Summary: First of all I hate it when people get bad delivery from a company and then mark the printer down. This is a printer review, not a delivery review or a company review just a review for the Epson 2880 that I own. I'm a photographer and the quality of the print is the only thing that matters to me.
Summary: Re: Epson Stylus Photo R2880 Printer. The Epson Stylus Photo R2880 printer is a sweet machine. From start up to printing the "quick start" guide was clear and concise with a step by step approach that did not leave this novice confused.
Summary: I've only had this printer set up for a few weeks, however out of the box- this printer rocks. This is the 4th Epson printer I've owned and the first thing that I noticed was how FAST this printer is and how rich the colors are. This you can see immediately.
Summary: The Epson Stylus R2880 produces excellent prints. The archival quality is important to me, and the colors are brilliant. Most prints came out virtually the same as my monitor; every so often I have to tweak a file.
Summary: I've used Epson printers for printing photos for several years and have been extremely pleased with the quality of color prints that come from the Epson machines. The main question I had in using the 2880 was whether the machine would be better than my Epson 2400 photo printer.