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. The 4800 I got for printing photo positives for screen printing. I bought the first 4800 used and wasn't too excited about the prospect.
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 printers. These printers use four cartridges, but still produce good photos or graphics. Paper handling is good whether light weight bond or heavy photo paper.
Summary: This is my second Epson printer. My first was the CX4600, which I "broke" myself. I chose this one because 1) I was familiar with the product, 2) I got a great deal! 3)A good product for basic use- I use it once or twice daily. Pros: This is a great product for anyone who prints, scans or copys on a daily or weekly basis. You can set the settings for your own use. I use this mainly for school/office purposes. Black and white or color charts are great!
Summary: I purchased this printer to replace an aging printer and seperate (equally aging) scanner. I am impressed up to this point, setup was extremely simple and the basic printing functions produce good-quality documents with no detectable problems. My only real frustration so far is the lack of documentation on setup and orientation for glossy 4X6 printing, I had to waste about 4 sheets in order to get the settings correct.
Summary: I am very pleased with this printer and I think it offers tremendous value. One of the first things I liked about this printer is that it prints at a normal speed with decent quality, which is sometimes hard to get when you are buying an entry level printer. The printer offers 5 levels of quality, although the draft mode is useless because the printouts are too light and dotty.