from Chicago on 6/19/2014
What good is a printer that doesn't feed properly half the time? Even standard 8 1/2 X 11 paper or worse yet is a little heavier certificate type stock that doesn't feed at all. Going back to my good old reliable C88+. May be a bit slower but gets the job done.
from Asheville, NC on 6/18/2014
A great printer is the Epson WorkForce 30 color printer: It has _no_ Fancy Features that can mess-up badly. :-)
from Philadelphia, pa on 3/6/2014
I received this printer months ago and was delighted to find that it was a snap to set-up and operate. I wish I set it up when I first received it because I was paying copy places for print-outs. What a waste of time and money Love this printer!!!
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from Trenton,N.J. on 3/1/2014
This Printer is excellent. It works like a dream. I had this printer for over a year and no complaints do I have. Great printer and so is Epson.
from St. Louis on 2/21/2014
I do not like this printer and here's why. It has 5 ink cartridges, and when any single one of them is out of ink, the printer will not print until it is replaced. If it is one of the three color cartridges, you cannot make it just print B&W. It stops in midst of a print job, and will not resume until you replace the empty cartridge. Thus, one must always have a ready supply of replacement ink. Point #2- I and my computer guru tech have tried to find a means to make it print in "draft mode" to conserve ink, but it is not possible as far as either of us can tell. I have never owned a printer that didn't have a "draft" print option #until now#. Obviously, these two aspects of this printer have major benefits for the ink vendors. Yes, the printing looks good, but I wouldn't buy this printer ever again because other printers print nicely, too.