Best Printer I highly recommend it
from Greenwich, CT on 6/7/2014
Hi for more than 30 years we've using Epson printers like the c82, c84, 1440, 1800, 1280.... This is the best printer I have bought. All the options the technology put in this printer is amazing. The pigment printing I can do in this printer totally beats the older printers.
from New York, NY on 6/5/2014
I have too much to say. There is only one word could express my feeling of the printer: wonderful!
from Western North Carolina on 5/31/2014
The print quality is excellent. I thought my Photo2200 was good at producing excellent photo prints, but the R2000 is even better. However, something happened with print software for my 64 bit Win 7 computer and I have a great deal of difficulty keeping the print setting from one print to another. The print size is the most troubling. Setting the R2000 as the default printer helps some but creates issues for network printing.
from St Paul, MN on 5/19/2014
This printer is fabulous! Easy setup and I love the wi-fi option. My prints are stunning both in color and B&W. The printer is surprisingly quiet. Ink usage seems pretty good, although it does use a lot of gloss optimiser, so keep an extra on hand. If you're looking for a color printer... look no further.
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from Austin, Texas on 5/8/2014
I have had a fair length of time to use the Stylus Photo R2000 printer in the USB mode. I like everything about it EXCEPT that it gulps huge amounts of Gloss Optimizer compared to small amounts of all of the inks. When I complained to the photo store where I bought it, I was told that I should have expected that to happen because it was a photo printer. I left very unsatisfied. The Gloss Optimizer coats even regular bond paper with a thick coating which makes the printed paper soppy if even one iota of color was to be printed on the page.I have now taken to using Epson Photo Paper 3 star so that I have a usable copy that does not curl on the edges. If I print photographs 4* or 5* paper from Epson, the Gloss Optimizer still coats the paper but the end result is fine. I have just downloaded the update for the OS X Mavericks MacIntosh System and I will give it a try. I do not have the money to buy a different printer and inks. I have owned several other Epson Stylus Photo Printers and have never had a problem like I have with this printer