Summary: Primarily I purchased this printer for CD/DVD printing and so that's what I'll concentrate on. Firstly the printer uses a tray system that's not physically part of the actual printer - if you want to print onto a CD after normal 8x11 printing you have to get your 12" tray and flip down the front of...
Summary: I've heard some complaints that people have had to greatly tweak the settings to get the printout color accurate. I've never encountered this problem, but I HAVE encountered a different issue. I've purchased 3 sets (18 cartridges) of ink since I bought this printer.
Summary: I purchased this printer to replace my HP All-In-One PSC950 Printer, which is now outdated, and I needed something to print nice photos out from my Sony PSC-150 Camera. The maximum resolution on the HP was 2400x1200 when the option was selected, this returned pleaseing results on my Photos, but were...
Great Printer, if you know what it does NOT come with!
David pienta, Amazon
8 May 2008
Summary: The printer works great! But the only downfall is the fact that the website said it would print from wireless devices and the picture showed an LCD screen that looks like it is flipped up. Too bad that they do not tell you that it will print from wireless devices IF you buy the wireless adapter.
Summary: Not much to fault here, unless you have dreaded driver problems of some kind. Used with a Nikon 8800 (8MP) and Pentax Optio S5I (5MP), this printer delivers stunning 4x6 or full page borderless prints. Forget the silly little picturemate. This is the printer to buy!
Summary: I purchased the R300M, installed it and spent an entire day trying to figure out why I could not get it to work. Turns out, mine had a defective memory card reader. When I called Epson support they were outstanding at taking care of the problem. I had my new printer within 2 days.
Summary: If you don't need the card readers or pictbridge, buy the R200 instead. It has exactly the same print engine and software as the R300 but at half the price! I checked the specs at Epson and they're the same.
Summary: This printer is teriffic for labeling CD/DVD and has made my LightScribe obsolete because of its ability to print in color. I am able to print as many pictures as I like or am able to put on the disc and then title it in any color I desire.
Summary: I've had this printer for 3 years and it prints pictures beatifully. I use it at home for my personal picture printing only. The color is just as it appears on the computer screen and images are vivid. I have used replacement cartridges and have only had trouble with the black ink.
Summary: This printer produces wonderful photo prints and does a great job with printable CDs, too. Here are the negatives: 1. VERY expensive inks. As is the case with most inkjets, Epson expects to make its money with ink cartridge sales.