from Butler, pa on 10/24/2013
I love this printer. It has worked very well and has done everything I needed it to do with very few problems: printing CD/DVD labels, photos & text documents. Now, only 2 years old and I have to get another printer. I would recommend this printer but I would also have to say what problem I had.
Artisan 835 not working with Ipad. Its ok with win
from In the USA on 7/8/2013
The printer works fine with windows computers. However Epson connect is a real problem. It sees the printer on the network and properly identifies it. However the profile can not be saved rendering all the time spent in setup, useless. Do not buy this printer if you have IPads. tmcgow1
Paper feed is a persistent problem
from Austin, TX on 6/30/2013
I love the quality of photo prints WHEN IT PRINTS, HOWEVER... This is my second Artisan (830 and now 835), and while the quality of the prints is terrific -- as good or better than my local photo lab -- the paper feed really needs some attention from Epson. I've had this printer about a year, and it sent me all kinds of error messages when I tried to print 4x6 prints last night, but the night before it had performed fairly well, with an occasional hiccup. Today, I finally got it to print 5x7's but it kept jamming with the 4x6 paper. I tried two different brands/qualities of paper and it made no difference. I am not sure I want to go through this again, but the price is reasonable enough that maybe I should just see it as disposable????
from Redlands, CA on 1/7/2013
I needed to use printer wirelessly. It was simple to set up following the directions. I have only used scan and print options so far. The only negative I see at this point is that the printer keeps telling me that I did not use genuine epson print cartridges, which I did. This is rather annoying because it keeps giving warnings stating that it cannot check ink cartridge levels because of that.
Challenges of my Epson 835 printer
from Marysville, WA on 1/4/2013
Actually, I received my Epson 835 printer as a gift from my sister who had never connected it. When I first set it up, it would not print successfully. After several nozzle cleanings, head cleanings etc., it does print beautifully. I have not been successful in connecting it to the network so I have to unplug my laptop and take it over by the printer to print anything. I had A4 paper in it and it was printing on the letter paper just fine, but suddenly it decided to print on the A4 paper, yet all the settings were still set for the letter paper. Removing the A4 paper solved the problem, but I am sure this is not the correct solution.