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.
Summary: This was not new but looks to well taken care of. It prints, scans and copies like a new one and that's all I wanted. After buying ink for my old one it died within 2 pages of replacing the ink so finding one was the problem.
Summary: I've got one of these in a studio I run part time. I've gone through many many 100 foot rolls of 10" and 16" over the years and have hardly had a hiccup out of the printer. The only time I had a problem was user error, I had the wrong paper type selected and got some nasty horizontal banding in the...
Summary: I have really liked this printer. I don't understand the complaints about photo printing because I think it prints good quality photos. It IS slow, but that isn't important to me. It's frugal on ink, and I like the ability to replace individual color cartridges as they run out.
Summary: I highly recommend this all in one office system. The print quality is very high and fast! The price is great too. The scanning and copying software is easy to use! I love it.. I love it.. I love it..
Summary: It's bigger than I had imagined, and I needed to brace it on the side by putting a pad between the printer and the wall to keep the massive printing head mechanism from swinging it back and forth on top of the stand, but I simply followed the directions plugging stuff in, installing the drivers and...
Summary: I got this printer free from Epson after my cx4600 (slightly older version) developed print head issues. [Note to any users/reviewers that are commenting on the cx4600 - the 4600 has an issue with the print heads stopping to recognize new ink.