Summary: Have not used it yet And you got to be kidding me I can not write a 100 characters for a review fsklafsdalfhsdjklafsdl;afnvsdlkafnsdlafka;dfkl;adfkl;adfhls;ahfsdjkla;hfsdjkl;ahfsdjkafhsdjkalfhbsdjkalfbhsdjkavfsdbjkalvbsdkajbjal
This will save you money, I recommend it to everyone.
2 May 2011
Summary: I purchased this printer for my screen printing business, and I love this thing. It does everything that i need it to do. It's fast and prints every dark, the roll feature is a money saver as well.
May need to know your way around a printer, but servicable.
25 April 2011
Summary: I've had a series of Epson printers in my career. I had the Epson 2800 (I think) with a bulk ink system on it. It was a great day when I took a sledge hammer to that and bought a real printer the 4000. I still own the 4000 after 5 years of printing with it. Been a stable work horse for my shop.
Summary: The Epson Stylus series which includes the CX3810, CX4800, CX5800, and CX7800 offer economic printing, scanning, and copying of decent quality. The biggest advantage over newer models is the ability to use refilled or third party ink tanks, thereby saving significant money over the life of the...
Summary: I bought the printer because the Epson Stylus CX 4800 that I had previously owned and liked was inadvertently broken by me just after I had bought 4 new ink cartridges for it and I discovered that it had been manufacture discontinued.
Summary: For the price I paid it seems to do a great job. I replaced an Epson 100ICS all in one printer with the CX4800. The only complaint that I have is that the 100ICS had a smart panel which let you do many things with one click. Example scan to E-mail.