from Bellmore, New York on 5/8/2014
The r2000 is a well designed printer that prints great and so far has not gotten any nozzle clogs. The WIFI also works fine and I use it without a cable. My only complaint is the inks still gets used up too fast, and this remains the problem with all Epsons I have used, both past and present. But as far as print quality goes, nothing beats an Epson.
from Branson, Mo on 4/28/2014
Absolutely love the R2000! After reading some reviews, I thought I might have some problems with color management but the first photo print (edited with Photoshop Elements) matched my monitor exactly. Switching from the Epson R1800 that I used for ten years to the R2000 was very easy. The wireless connection is great! I am very pleased with the Epson R2000.
from Milwaukee, Wisconsin on 4/26/2014
Your R2000 Epson printer continues to print my pictures as well as my previous R1800 printer. However, I have two issues that I would like to relate to you that make this printer less desirable that my previous R1800, First of all, the ink is not instant dry as was the case with my R1800, First of all, the ink is not instant drying, This makes for considerable extra work for me in identifying each individual picture, Secondly.,I think the cost of the ink cartridges is greater than the cost was for all of my previous four Epson printers.
from Commecticut on 4/15/2014
This is my first wide-format photo printer and so far it meets expectations. The color rendition is excellent and so far the prints are excellent with the really hi-resolution images. Anyone getting one of these to print photo's on large paper must remember - you need resolution to match. Blowing the images up with not enough resolution will show the pixelation. So far the only slight, and I do mean slight, problem was the wireless setup. Took some time and a download to get the right drivers.
from Glastonbury, CT on 4/14/2014
After being impressed with the output from the R2000 and wanting a wide-format printer for some time, I now have it and look forward to creating art photography. I know the R2000 will do everything my previous printer--Epson R300--did, only better and bigger! Thanks. Epson!