I would not recommend this printer to even my worst enemy
4 April 2015
Summary: this printer uses an obscene amount of ink. Epson forces you to buy ink to print more. Example: I ran out of Magenta ink. I changed the print settings to black and white only. Because I do not need color for my word document. Well I cannot print in black and white because I ran out of Magenta.
Summary: I can't complain about the scanner or the CD printing (which I really don't use all that often, since I prefer Lightscribe). My gripe is with the top paper tray. I had issues with the WiFi setup initially, and the touch screen shoed a message in the line of "Would you like to print a report?" Yes.
Summary: Piece of junk. I don't know where the ink goes but I have to replace it about once a month. Rarely print color and yet they are empty. It takes forever to print and spends more time making grinding and clicking noises. Print quality is awful.
Excerpt: I got a great deal on this printer and it's working out well. I like being able to adjust it so it prints quietly. The print quality and speed are fine. It scans and makes nice copies, too. I don't use most of the other features so I don't have an opinion about them.
Excerpt: I just purchased this printer less than two weeks ago.. I really loved my old printer and thought that it produced great prints. I had just purchased more ink for my old printer on a Wednesday and then on the following Saturday my old printer gave up the ghost.
Summary: This printer has many baffling design decisions. Here are some examples. To print, you must manually open the front of the printer and pull out a paper receiving tray that's inexplicably connected to some resistive gear mechanism. This may feel like you're disassembling the printer, but you're not.
Summary: We have cycled through Canon and HP printers and always disappointed when they fail after 2 years, so we thought we would try Epson. This printer is annoying compared to the other two in just about every way.
Excerpt: This makes my fifth Epson printer. The old one became obsolete when I converted the PC to Windows 7. I use these to make calendars, print on DVD's and business correspondence. They work great on any print job and even though the DVD tray has changed over the years, the new printer does as well or...