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Product Reviews for Epson PictureMate Charm PM225 Inkjet Photo Printer
from Atlanta, Ga. on 12/10/2012
For this price I want to ZOOM and CROP my photos without the hassle of using the computer. I am a huge scrapbooker and need this option. The discription is very misleading..
from Undisclosed on 11/12/2012
Bought this for my mom. The quality is the best I have seen with any picture printer. Paper and ink is a little pricey.
from St. Louis, MO on 11/10/2012
I have only had this printer for a few days but have printed over 100 photos and am extremely satisfied! The photo quality is as good as if not better than in-store, and not having to leave the house to pick up photos or wait for photos in-store is great. The price per photo is a little cheaper than if I order them in-store, and I save a lot of time not having to email photos to get them ordered elsewhere. It can take upwards of a minute to print a single photo depending on if you use red-eye reduction and other features, but it's well worth it if I can do it anytime, anywhere, even in my pjs. It is easy to use, very portable, and will definitely come in handy during the holidays when I take a family photo and can immediately print several copies for everyone there! I am a parent and consider this a must have for keeping track of growing children! Extremely good quality, especially compared to a different brand printer I used until now. I have already recommended this product to several friends.
from Houston, Tx on 11/8/2012
Wireless, portable, and great picture quality rivaling lab prints, thus saving me the trip, time, and expense to the local lab. Sure it's not the fastest but what do you expect for the price? I wasn't a big fan of Epson printers but they out-did themselves with this product.
from Moore, OK on 10/8/2012
I really love my Epson picturemate photo printer. The ease in which I was able to learn to use it was great. I have been known to be mechanically challenged. And the many surprises I came across as I tried different steps and combination of steps was so much fun! From the borders on each picture,or how small (6) photos on a 4x6 or (1)photo on a 4x6. Or full color to Sepia to black and white. The options are limitless, my only problem seems to be I cannot buy the photo cartridge by itself. Every where I've gone so far I've had to buy the catridge with paper. Right now I have over 150 sheets and no ink. Any Suggestions!!