Summary: So I read some of the reviews here and I have to say that I love the Epson Stylus Pro 4800. I bought it used and I have printed many different types of items on it. Mostly decals on glossy paper though. I have had no issues with this printer as of yet.
Summary: We have two Epson 4800 to make catalog proofs for the press run. We run them constantly and go through 300 feet of paper a month easily. They have been very reliable and, never had a service call in the two years we have had them.
Epson's always clog and cost you money - what a bunch of crooks.
Dana Clemons, Amazon
5 February 2015
Summary: I am a pro who owned a 4000, a 7600, and now a 4800. Do not buy an Epson. They are the biggest clogging machines I have ever seen/owned. If you don't use them for a day, it will clog. I just ran 7, yes7!
Summary: I purchased my CX 4800 all in one scanner, printer, copier on 9-5-2005. Today I am having my first problem with it. I have scanned more than 3000 pictures with it. Made many copies of different items and printed numerous e-mail, documents etc.
Doesn't print at all if one of four cartridges is low.
Seussian Physics, Amazon
13 September 2013
Summary: Will not print at all if any of the cartridges are low. Absolute trash. One lonely perk: installation of software on Mac is easy and the printer profile features make gathering info easy. Since the printer doesn't work, the perk's perkiness is moot.
Summary: I doubt I will ever buy another Epson product again. There are too many issues with ink cartridges needing replacement after very little time or useage on my CX4800. Also hate the sneaky and annoying little feature that stops you from printing or copying anything in black and white even if you have...