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from Pearl City, Hawaii on 8/1/2013
I find it works well with heavier papers such as card stock, while many others do not.
from Madison, WI on 8/1/2013
I have been using printers for over 30 years. After using a well known Brand for 25 years and getting no help from their support team I switched to Epson. First one for my wife and now for myself. Epson support answered my problem in one day and it was solved.
from Ingleside, TX on 8/1/2013
Bought this as a secondary printer for our home, and my wife and I have been very happy with it. The Workforce 30 has been in use for over two (2) years without a single problem. Does a great job. My wife uses it to print quilt patterns and the colors are very good. Now this is not a photo quality printer, but still very good. Would recommend this printer to anyone.
Reliable little printer so far.
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from New Jersey on 8/1/2013
I ordered this printer because my all-in-one failed and had been discontinued. I had leftover ink and the only Epson printer that could use it was the Workforce 30. New ink was more expensive than the printer. This little printer is reminiscent of my original Epson which amazingly still works after 20 or more years. So does my little fax/copier, also ancient. Perhaps the modern all purpose machines have more things that can go wrong. Just purchased a separate Epson reconditioned scanner -will see how that does. If it works I'll be happy with the economy models that just do one thing, but perfectly. As with all models the printer will not work when timer says the ink is empty so 2 black cartridges must be replaced. It does have a flashing "low ink" warning light before it stops printing which is helpful.
from Garland, Texas 75043 on 8/1/2013
I am a Professional Real Estate inspector and produce multi page reports in the field. This printer is big enough to handle the job, but small enough to carry with me in a Salesmans Case. I burn a lot of paper and ink and this printer gets it done. I keep two new printers in the box in a closet as an emergency backup. All my office and field printers are EPSON. Way to go EPSON!