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21. Epson Stylus Photo R300 Inkjet
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21. Epson Stylus Photo R300 Inkjet Printer

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Asin: B0000E2Y7G
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 1010
Average Customer Review: 3.59 out of 5 stars
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Bypass your computer system and print photos directly from your digital camera's memory card, with the Epson R300. Just choose the photos you want from a proof sheet and press a couple of buttons, and then enjoy your borderless 4-by-6-inch photo in as little as 37 seconds. With clear border definition and
Printing directly on CDs
and DVDs is a snap.
color separation and genuinely realistic skin tones, the prints will be suitable for framing, as if they had come from a professional photo lab.

The R300 also does a splendid job on standard text documents, envelopes, labels or transparencies--you can even print on CDs and DVDs in both 8cm and 12cm sizes. When you're in a hurry, churn out draft-quality sheets at 15 pages per minute, or take your time and achieve the ultimate perfection of 5,760 x 1,440 optimized dpi photos.

Wireless connectivity: Print directly from your digital camera or, using the separately sold Bluetooth adapter, from other Bluetooth-equipped devices
Six individual ink cartridges keep the cost of consumables low; yields of 630 black pages and 430 color pages (based on 5% coverage) mean you won't have to replace any of them too often. A convenient USB port allows you to connect a Zip drive or PictBridge-equipped camera directly to the front panel.The sleek black and silver finish adds a streamlined modern look to your desktop, and the paper trays fold away when not in use to keep the area tidy. Epson includes a one-year warranty with the Epson exchange program.

What's in the Box
Epson Stylus Photo R300 inkjet printer; one each of a black ink cartridge (T048120), cyan ink cartridge (T048220), light cyan ink cartridge (T048520), light magenta ink cartridge (T048620), magenta ink cartridge (T048320), and yellow ink cartridge (T048420); CD print tray; CD-ROM with documentation, printer drivers, and CD printing and imaging software for Windows and Macintosh; printer cable not included

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  • Up to 5,760 x 1,440 optimized dpi resolution
  • Slots for digital-camera memory cards
  • Prints 4-by-6 photos in just 37 seconds
  • Accepts inkjet-printable CDs and DVDs
  • 2 USB ports; supports DirectPrint and PictBridge cameras

Reviews (32)

5-0 out of 5 stars A pure pleasure to use
I spent months evaluating printers before picking the r300. I am very satisfied with my choice.

I'll start out with the negatives. I have 4 criticisms about the printer:
1. The ink warning light comes on long before you are out of ink.
2. The default print settings appear to be designed around (dark) Adobe Gamma PC video
3. It is not designed to make borderless prints on 3rd party (Kodak) photo paper
4. While the CD printing produces gorgeous images, the ink will smear if it gets wet.

Each of these issues is addressed very easily:
1. Don't change the ink cartridges until you really run out.
2. Use the advanced options to tweak the gamma, brightness and contrast and save the settings. Pros will make their own curves anyway.
3. Epson paper is better than anything else, but if you have to use other paper, you can "fake" it to get borderless prints with a custom paper setting.
4. Don't get the CD's wet. Excepting my own tests, I've never had the slightest smear on a CD that I printed from the Epson. Odds are that it'll never get wet, so don't worry.

I should add that when I print on quality Epson and Kodak photo paper, the ink sets very well, so that it won't smear EVEN if it gets wet. I swear, my friend dropped one of my photo-prints in my fishtank and it looks just as good today as it did before it got wet.

I've left prints in the sun in the back of my car. The r300 ink hasn't faded (on Kodak and Epson photo paper). The prints that I had from my old Epson and HP printers are very faded. This ink is durable!

I've discovered that I can even get superior iron ons from crummy inkjet iron on paper when I use this printer. It's more than just the resolution. Where other inks tend to vaporize under the iron, producing fuzzy edges, the r300 images remain sharp.

I've tested the output on this thing every way from Sunday and I haven't found the flaw yet.

I tried the smart memory slots and I hooked up a USB zip drive and yes, it all works although I'll probably never use those features for more than contact sheets. The uncorrected prints were exceptionally good.

Basically, what I'm saying is that the printer is vastly superior to any other inkjet that I've used in my home or at work -- and I do graphic design for a living. I find it hard to believe that anyone who tries an r300 won't fall in love with it.

1-0 out of 5 stars Ink Sucking Box on my Desk
Prints great and is quiet. Sucks ink like a hungry baby on a bottle.

20 8"x10" prints = $100+ in ink. Epson would give this printer away for free, but they're smart enough to know that buyers would suspect a catch. I know - charge the buyer for the printer AND continually drain there wallets in ink expenses.

Epson doesn't make money on printers- they make money on repeat sales of ink. To make more money on ink they make a printer that blows through it. A WIN-WIN for Epson! Hoo-ray Epson!

Oh....but like I said, it does print nice...but should't it anyway?

5-0 out of 5 stars Outstanding Photo Printing
I am VP of Technology for a large professional photo company (not Epson) and I highly recommend this printer for home digital photo reproduction. With Epson ink and Premium Glossy Photo Paper the results are stunning.

With each ink cartridge replacable separately you no longer need to replace a $25 cartridge just because one color ran out. Individual color cartridges are about $12, although black costs more. Although not cheap, the quality of the Epson supplies are worth it. Off-brand inks and papers do not last anyway.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Photo Printer
I used a Lexmark printer until it finally died and replaced it with a the epson 6 ink tank printer which I found to have much better print quality and ink use has been great. I have printed over 200 4x6 borderless prints and less than half the ink in the color carts is gone. I also use the best settings for printing. highly recommend this printer for amature and professional photographers. the prints are photo lab quality for a fraction of the cost. It seems to work great for scrapbooking as well.

5-0 out of 5 stars great image quality
Don't know what Gideond is talking about in his/her review. Ink lasts a long time and since it is individual carts, it is much more economical than HPs 3-colors in one cart. Pictures are phenominally vivid, especially if you use Epson premium glossy paper and at $15 per 100 sheets of 4x6, it will not bankrupt anyone. IMHO, print quality is better than photo lab and I have compared results. Overall, a steal at $170 with six carts included. Even if you only keep it a few years, it will still prove to be a bargain. A pox on all of the negative comments. ... Read more

22. Epson T044520 Color Ink Cartridge Multipack (C64,C84, and CX6400 Printers)
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Asin: B0000CE3CK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 441
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This replacement set of tri-color cartridges is designed specifically for use with Epson printer models Stylus C64, C84, and CX6400. Included are three individual cartridges for cyan, magenta, and yellow. Epson's DURABrite inks produce rich, vibrant colors, and they're excellent for double-sided printing since the inks won't bleed through standard white printing paper. The acid-free formulation won't damage paper over time and offers superior resistance to water, fading, and smudging. ... Read more


  • For Epson Stylus C64, C84, and CX6400 printers
  • Convenient combination package with cyan, magenta, and yellow inks
  • DuraBrite inks produce rich, vibrant colors
  • Ideal for double-sided printing, since inks don't bleed through
  • Superior resistance to water, fading, and smudging

23. Epson Perfection 2580 Photo Scanner
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Asin: B0002NR4Y0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 3702
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  • 2,400 dpi optical resolution
  • 48-bit color, 16-bit grayscale
  • Integrated 35mm film loader
  • Epson Easy Photo Fix for 1-touch color restoration
  • USB 2.0 interface, PC and Mac compatible

24. Epson PowerLite 61p Video Projector
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Asin: B0002DFM8A
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 21116
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  • SVGA 800 x 600 resolution, 2,000 ANSI lumens, 400:1 contrast ratio
  • NTSC, PAL, SECAM, and HDTV signals
  • Composite, component, RGB, and S-video inputs
  • USB peripheral interface, cable included; remote, carry case
  • 5-watt audio system; 2-year warranty

25. Epson Perfection 4870 PRO Scanner

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Asin: B0001B5AJY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 2345
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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  • 4,800 x 9,600 dpi optical resolution, 12,800 x 12,800 dpi interpolated
  • 48-bit color depth, 16-bit grayscale; 3.8 Dmax
  • Transparency adapter built into lid with 4 film holders
  • Professional software bundle including LaserSoft SilverFast Ai 6.0
  • USB 2.0 and Firewire connectivity; PC and Mac compatible

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Highly Recommend!
I shoot black & white 35 mm. Previously relied upon either a Polaroid SprintScan 4000 or drum scans. The 4870 produces gorgeous scans and is easy to use. I'm very happy with my purchase. SilverFast has proved to be a dissapointment for use with B&W negs. I would probably have purchased the regular 4870 vs. Pro version if I had it to do over again. ... Read more

26. Epson Stylus Photo RX500 All-in-One

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Asin: B0000T3CDI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 308
Average Customer Review: 4.25 out of 5 stars
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If you love to play with your digital camera but also need a serious printer that can get your office reports looking great, consider this Epson all-in-one. Based on the engines of the popular Epson Stylus Photo R300 printer and the Epson Perfection 2400 scanner, the Stylus Photo RX500 adds standalone copying (no PC required) and saves valuable desk space compared to separate components. It is both versatile and reliable, enabling you to scan photos, text, or negatives; to make copies; and to print anything from borderless 4-by-6-inch photos to business envelopes.

The flatbed scanner offers 2,400 dpi optical (9,600 dpi interpolated) resolution and 48-bit color to bring your scanned images rich detail and crisply defined color separation. Archive your family photos, save your favorite articles on your hard drive, or assemble a slide show. You can also save your scans directly to a compatible memory card, even without a PC.

Instant copies can be created in four different resolutions--top speed for black copies is 10 copies per minute. When printing from your system, the RX500 produces black documents in draft mode up to 17 ppm, 16 ppm for color. Take your time and seek perfection with the optimized 5,760 x 1,440 dpi mode, for beautifully sharp photos. In a faster mode, borderless 4-by-6-inch prints appear in as little as 37 seconds. Insert your digital camera'scompatible memory card and print your evening's shots while bypassing your system. Just use the photo proof sheet mode to select only images you need.

Consumable costs are low, thanks to six separate high-yield ink tanks--you can expect up to 630 pages from the black cartridge and 430 pages from the color cartridges, based on 5% page coverage. The modern silver and black casing adds a sleek touch to your office space, while the included USB cable couldn't be more convenient. Epson provides a one-year warranty covering parts and service; Epson Exchange service is included.

What's in the Box
Epson Stylus Photo RX500, one cyan ink cartridge (T048220), one light cyan ink cartridge (T048520), one magenta ink cartridge (T048320), one light magenta ink cartridge (T048620), one yellow ink cartridge (T048420), one black ink cartridge (T048120), one USB cable, all-in-one documentation, CD-ROM containing all-in-one drivers and software (Windows and Macintosh), transparency unit, film holder, document mat, paper tray, paper guide ... Read more


  • Digital-camera memory card slots for PC-free printing and scan-to-card
  • Up to 5,760 x 1,440 optimized dpi printing
  • Up to 17 ppm draft print speed; 10 cpm copy speed
  • Up to 2,400 dpi optical scanning, 9,600 dpi interpolated
  • Built-in transparency unit for 35mm negative and slides

Reviews (24)

5-0 out of 5 stars Not Ink Thrify, but Superb Photos
I wanted the best affordable multifunction photo printer I could buy, and I believe that I got it. Using epson borderless photo paper most people can not tell the photos were printed at home, or even from a digital camera, even with 5x7's, (I have not been printing 8x10's). USE EPSON PHOTO PAPER, DO NOT USE KODAK! The photo's I have been printing were taken with a Pentax Optio330, 3.34 megapixel. I can only imagine how good they would be with a better camera.

The photocopy functions work very well, just make sure you select the right setting, (photo, text, ect.). You can also scan negitives and slides. They come out great. It can scan at a resolution higher that my computer can handle, and I have a fairly good computer. Don't worry, you set the resolution and can get a very good scan with most computers.

It does go through a lot of ink, and the ink is on the expensive side. I have kept my old printer for text and everyday use. All in all, I love this printer!

*The photos on the much more expensive Kodak Premium Picture Paper looked like digital prints. It did not even look like I used the same printer. Plus the paper is not as glossy, much thinner, does not print borderless, and everybodys skin looked rather blue. Use Epson premium photo paper, it is much better, at least with this printer. Also Epson paper has the same look and feel as quality glossy prints from a photo lab.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great color, Great scanner, really just great.
I researched heavily. I needed a GOOD scanner that would also do film scanning. I have a large collection of negatives - 35mm and even super8 movie film. I have been most impressed with the quality of the scans, everything from old photos to negatives to slides comes out very well. This unit is advertised at an OPTICAL resolution of 2400x4800, and I believe it. I am able to scan a single frame of super8 movie film (which is about 1/4" square, if that) at 2400dpi and see film grain. Scanning higher res reaches the limits of the film before the scanner.

The printer: Awesome. That's all I have to say. The first test print on 4x6 epson photo paper blew me away. It looks BETTER than any photolab I have ever seen. This using only a 2.1MP Canon S330 digital camera as source. Simply amazing. Pretty quick too, about 30-45 seconds for a 4x6 in photo mode. Speed when printing "Regular" documents is VERY impressive. Draft is downright scary fast.

Software: Here's where Epson fell down for me. The CD that came with the printer would not install all the applications correctly. It would fail saying "unable to find file setup.exe" After beginning the install. I uninstalled everything and began anew, to no avail. Wound up digging into the CD with explorer and running all the installs by hand, except the scanning software which still gave the message.

Downloaded an older version from Epsons site, and it works adaquately. However, I cannot scan in "simple" or "home" mode, it fails after doing the preview scan with a memory error. Professional mode (manual control) works fine, and that's all I personally care about. I am awaiting a newer version of everything from epson.

The photo management/printing/project software (arcsoft photoimpression) is quite good. I've evaluated a lot of photo management/printing packages, and this one is a really easy to use and reasonably powerful package. I especially like the easy to use cropping to format tools (a digital format image almost never fits a 4x6, 5x7, 8x10 exactly), easy printing, and templates/projects. Free trial version can be had at arcsoft website for the curious.

Copying features are good, I haven't used it as a copier much, but it works well. Copying photos works very well, even enlarging or changing them. I prefer to scan/photoshop/print on most things, but for a quick copy it works very well.

Bonus for me is the USB card reader built in. You can use it independant of the printer as a regular card reader (Drive E: in my case). Nice thing is it's usb2.0, and VERY fast compared to my old one (You need USB 2.0 on your PC to get the most from this printer. Get a USB 2.0 card, they are about $10 or less)

All in all, 5+ start, minus a star for the failed software install (That would definitely ruin a lot of people's day).

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent for photos, decent for text.
I bought this printer after doing a thoroug search on the net. I rate is as quite good, but there are things that could be improved.

Software installed great; it was fast, and not too big.

Copying photos as a stand alone is excellent, but I noticed some greenish overcast. But I intent to scan everything into photoshop first, so I can live with that.

OCR software is quite effective and user friendly. I already like this one.

Cartridges are quite expensive, and it seems to be going through them rather quickly, but still acceptable.

The scanner is perfect. It has more resoulution than I can use.

The software works quite good, and it's user friendly, but there could be some more explanation in the manunal - for example I could not turn on the "dust and scratches option" in the scanner software, but I have to try higher resolution and see if the function becomes enabled.

The only major drawback I noticed was the text quality - I compared it to the printout from my HP cp 1700 at work, and Epson does not even come close.... mind you, the HP is a pricey unit able to print 13X17 pages. Having said that, the print quality is decent enough, but I feel a bit dissappointed.

I am using a USB 2.0, but the time it takes to start printing is not too impressive (on the other hand, some files are huge)

the unit is compact, appears to be well made and mechanically works very well.

5-0 out of 5 stars I love it so far! I couldn't wait for the newer model.
The newer model of this item I couldn't find anywhere or was priced too high. I was also going to go for the R800 but that was pricey or out of stock. I couldn't wait any longer to get a color printer to compliment my high res camera so I figured I get this one for now since it was pretty cheap. Well I love it so far! Pictures are better than photo quality with the photo and I am totally satified so far. I love it and it doesn't take up alot of space with the built in scanner.

5-0 out of 5 stars Super All-In-One!
This Epson all-in-one is great! It replaces an older scanner and separate printer. I do "low budget" digital photography and digital art. This machine will do my artwork as well as text documents. ... Read more

27. Epson Expression 1680SE Color Flatbed Scanner
list price: $849.99
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Asin: B00005AVCD
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 16379
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The Epson Expression 1680 SE color flatbed scanner offers high performance for graphics professionals and photographers. Delivering trillions of colors with 1,600 x 3,200 dpi resolution and 48-bit internal color depth, it produces consistently sharp, vibrant colors with subtle highlights and shadow details. You can see a full-color preview in 10 seconds, scan 35mm slides at 1,600 dpi in approximately 65 seconds, and scan an 8.5-by-11-inch color photo at 300 dpi in approximately 23 seconds.

Epson's ColorTrue II Imaging System and MatrixCCD technology combine custom optics, a xenon lamp, and dynamic-range control to administer high-speed image processing--plus the advantage of dynamic ranges up to 3.6 Dmax for scanning transparencies. Epson's dual-focus mechanism and film holders eliminate Newton ring problems. The E1680-SE provides networkable high-speed image processing for increased productivity and scans images and text documents directly into almost any application, including e-mail and fax. It includes easy scanning software for consistent, quality output. Compatible with Mac and PC units, the scanner supports both USB and SCSI connectivity. It includes USB cable and EpsonTWAIN Pro scanner utilities. ... Read more


  • 1,600 x 3,200 dpi optical resolution
  • High-speed scans and previews
  • ColorTrue II imaging system and true 48-bit color depth
  • Dual-Focus Mechanism
  • Premium software bundle

28. Epson Stylus C66 Inkjet Printer

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Asin: B0002A9TNW
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Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 1483
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  • Optimized resolution up to 5,760 dpi for sharp photos
  • Up to 17 ppm monochrome, 9 ppm color print speed
  • Individual DURABrite ink cartridges for cost-effective quality
  • 32 MB RAM buffer; manual 2-sided printing
  • USB interface; Epson PhotoQuicker simplifies photo printing

29. Epson Stylus C62 Inkjet Printer
list price: $79.99
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Asin: B00006F2W9
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 4864
Average Customer Review: 3.45 out of 5 stars
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  • 5,760 x 720 optimized dpi resolution for superior photo quality
  • High-speed 14 ppm black printing, 10 ppm color, 4-by-6-inch photo in 90 seconds
  • Prints high-quality documents, photos, cards, flyers
  • Ideal for Web photo printing
  • Convenient USB connectivity

Reviews (33)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great product!
I recently bought this printer and enjoy the quality output it produces. Setup was a snap (I use Windows XP) and everything installed beautifully. I snapped the accompanying print cartridges in and I was off to the races. I quickly printed out a webpage and then some color photographs on inkjet index cards which came out decent. Then I popped in a 4x6 glossy, used the software that came with it and with minimal maneuvering, came out with a beautifully printed photo. I am impressed that this printer can practically do it all: it supports many paper sizes, envelopes, stickers and iron transfers.

For this price, this printer is a dream. I do admit though it is quite noisy and it takes a minute or so to print a 4 x 6 glossy photograph but these are not issues for me.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good printer but note the cons
I bought this printer in February 2003 ... after discount and bonus. I kept track of the number of copies I achieved from the second black & white cartridge (the first uses more ink while the new printer is setting up). From this second cartridge I got a total of 400 black copies including 75 in "economy" mode... So, it cost me 6.25 cents per page. However, one has to add the price of part of of the color cartridge since even while printing with black some of the color cartridge is used by the printer e.g when it cleans the print head. Although I made only 21 color prints since I got the printer six months ago, the color cartridge is getting low... So all in all, I figure that the black printing cost me about 8 cents per page. Print quality is very good, and for color and photos it is excellent.
The printer is fast when actually printing (there is periodic cycling time for print head cleaning). It is noisier than other printers, but although I am very sensitive to noise I don't find it as annoying as other reviewers have observed. But I wouldn't want to be in a room with more than one C62.
When placing envelopes care must be taken that the slide is tight against the left side of the envelope or the address might come out slightly crooked. For placing sheets, I find the C62 slightly more inconvenient than it was in my old Epson 740. Since I use several different letterheads and qualities of paper, I am constantly putting 8.5 x 11 sheets on and off the machine. My 740 was a snap, but on the C62 I sometimes have to fiddle a bit more to get the paper to lay properly. That is no problem for someone who uses the same paper most of the time.
Overall, I am satisfied with this printer even though ink usage appears higher than I would like. I don't know how other printers stack up against the price figures of my estimate.

1-0 out of 5 stars My Epson Experience
My Epson Experience

Let me begin by saying that I have over ten years of experience with all things computer related. During that period I have worked in almost every aspect of computer support. I have personally cleaned out countless numbers of inkjet printers with q-tips distilled water and alcohol. I kept my own Epson 740 going for 5 years without too much difficulty. I only got rid of it because I had a client that was desperate for a printer that would accept a Mac serial port. Boy due I miss that Epson 740.

I bought a C82 a little less than a year ago, after reading good reviews. I assumed it would be built at least as well as the Epson 740 I was using before.

Even after ten months my C82 still appears in almost brand new shape inside and out. Heck, I've only used it about thirty times or so. I keep it inside of cabinet shielded from dust. Plus as a matter of standard practice, I turn off all inkjet printers as soon as I finish using them, and I always change ink cartridges as quickly as possible to prevent ink from drying out inside printers.

So was I ever surprised when my printer stopped working. It had worked fine with the first set of cartridges I had installed. However, as soon as I changed cartridges the printer stopped working. I tried cleaning it at least fifty times, but it did nothing to improve the situation. So I did the natural thing and googled my problem. I was shocked by the sheer number of search results.

After reading through the reviews at Amazon and the hundreds of messages at I've come to realize that Epson has built and continue to build a printer that is so poorly designed one must question their integrity as a company. To think that so many people would experience the same problem and that their only solution is to continue to send people refurbished printers until their warranty expires.

Oh, and the part that will really get you, is that they require you to purchase and install a new set of four Epson branded ink cartridges to insure that your currently installed cartridges are not what is defective. So before you can even have your printer replaced you must invest at least sixty dollars on ink. Of course they offer to send you new ink with the replacement printer. Still to ask me to sink my time, energy, and sixty dollars into having my printer replaced with another one, which will simply get me right back to where I began. I mean really, the nerve. Is this what our present day world has come to? Have we set ourselves up so that these large corporations can totally take advantage of us in this way? Is there no recourse? Are there no standards of business ethics that they can be held accountable for?

The experience has left me feeling unusually sad. Epson has made me realize just how much I am at the mercy of these large corporations. I mean, if you want to print, who else can you buy a printer from?
I know that even if Epson would own up to this, they would argue that they had to make the printers so cheaply to remain competitive. Without doing so they would go out of business tomorrow. We've heard all that before. Haven't we?

Still though, this printer is made by someone in a Chinese factory. I know I'm going out on a limb here, but I would guess that that person is not well paid. Perhaps they are even exploited to some extent or at the very least we could guess that they are taken advantage of to some extent. Then as they role off the Chinese production line, Epson sends these defective printers all over the globe, wrapped up in fancy magazine advertisements. People like me buy the printer, use the ink, put in new ink, discover it no longer works, call Epson, ship the printer back to Epson, get the refurbished printer in the mail, and . Once the warranty is up we move our broken printer into the garage for a year or so, and then throw it away. It all seems so pointless.

Don't think me a luddite either. I love computers, printers, and gadgets as much as the next person. It's just that it disgusts me that I am forced to deal with a corporation that is not held to any kind of moral or ethical principles. As long as they are making money and growing we think of them as a good thing, without worrying about who they are taking advantage of. What are we doing here? How can we let Epson get away with this? Really!

Well it's not difficult for me to say I will be boycotting all Epson products in the future. I mean I'm sort of doubtful of their quality anyways. Oh and I haven't even mentioned the very unhelpful tech support and customer service representatives that I called long distance at my own expense. What a waste! Really what a waste!


- Mark Whitney -
Hollywood, CA

P.S. I know the solution is to buy myself a do-it-yourself printer cleaning kit. If you google it you'll see that many companies sell them specifically for the Epson C80/C82. However, if you try to buy one you'll soon discover that they are all sold out, as I mentioned before I'm not the only one with this problem.

5-0 out of 5 stars Printer is Dope!!
It's perfect for me. Some complain of noise. But to me its not that noisy. It's not like your sleeping anyway, so why be quiet. It seems to go through ink fast though

1-0 out of 5 stars Very sorry for previous praise in review.
First I should note that I have previously written a glowing review of this printer. Now I am filled with guilt as I realize how many people I may have steered wrong with that praise. Yes, it was a great start, but oh was this printer a disappointment in the longer term!

Everything I stated in my previous review was correct, but I could not forsee what happened - what has happened to so many others... The ink started clogging regularly. When they do, you can remedy the situation by simply running the head cleaning feature... 20 consecutive times! The first time it happened I was disappointed. I had just installed two new cartridges ($60 worth) and couldn't get it to print without running this function over and over. By the time it was printing fine, I had run it at least 15 times and the brand new ink cartridges were down to about 30%.

Well I took that for one bad experience. However, I soon ran out of ink in those carts and replaced them (another $60), only to find it did the same thing. Again, I ran the cleaning function until it came out clean and again the ink is down to about 20-30%. UGH!

I never thought I'd recommend HP printers again, but at least when you change those cartridges, you are changing the print heads with them. My advice - look for a good HP, but be sure to check its cartridge prices before you buy, so there will be no surprises. ... Read more

30. Epson Stylus C84 Inkjet Printer
list price: $129.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000B3ALY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 1684
Average Customer Review: 3.69 out of 5 stars
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Designed for versatile printing of both photos and text-based documents, Epson's Stylus C84 is stylish and fast and packed with user-friendly features. With Epson's water-resistant, light-resistant, and smudge-resistant DURABrite inks and 357-nozzle design (monochrome plus color), the C84 can print an 8-by-10-inch color photo in less than two and a half minutes (in Photo mode). The printer's 5,760 x 1,440 optimized dpi ensures photo-quality clarity and detail for your bordered or borderless pictures, text, or graphics. Of course, higher-quality settings result in longer print times.

The C84 supports a variety of paper types, including glossy, semigloss, double-sided matte, and inkjet transparencies, as well as large-format sizes up to 8.5 by 44 inches. For photos, DURABrite photo paper gives amazing prints with vibrant color, fine detail in high light and dark areas and smooth graduations. For everyday printing, you can enjoy the same exceptional quality on plain or recycled papers. Due to the special nature of EPSON DURABrite inks, you can print on both sides of the paper without fear of leak-through or page wrinkle, and you can handle the prints as soon as they're printed.

Convenient individual ink cartridges make ink replacement simple and cost-effective, and USB and parallel connectivity facilitates quick setups on both Windows and Macintosh computers. The C84 is backed with a one-year warranty that includes the Epson exchange program.

What's in the Box
Epson Stylus C84 ink jet printer, one cyan ink cartridge (T044220), one magenta ink cartridge (T044320), one yellow ink cartridge (T044420), one black ink cartridge (T043120), and printer documentation ... Read more


  • Up to 22 ppm black text and 12 ppm color; true BorderFree printing in popular photo sizes
  • 5,760 x 1,440 optimized dpi with ultra-fine 3-picoliter ink droplets
  • Water-resistant, smudge-resistant, light-resistant DURABrite inks
  • Cost-saving individual ink cartridges
  • PC and Macintosh compatible; networking and wireless options

Reviews (26)

5-0 out of 5 stars One of the best inkjets!
Epson C84 comes with a high capacity (900 pages @ 5% coverage, but about 500 pages in real life) black ink and 3 color ink tanks but no printer cable. The size is compact, it looks cool, has good build quality and installation was quick.

The print quality for text is very good for an inkjet (slightly better than Canon i320) and speed is pretty fast 5-6 pages per min (faster than i320). Both the photos printed on the supplied paper sample were annoying skewed (even after we made sure paper was put in properly). The quality didn't look impressive for photos.

Printer and cartridges have smart chips in them (as do new hp's). This will ensure that you can't put in generic ink but pay Epson each time ink runs out. Also there are reports that the printer declares ink over well before it really is. To make things worse Epson seems to use different cartridge models for almost every printer it makes (Canon & hp use same cartidges in many printers).

One good thing about C84 is that its very silent, even while printing. I guess this is about as silent as you will get with printers. Also the text prints look better than on hp, significantly clearer & blacker.

In short, if you want a text only printer get a Samsung (ML-1710) or Minolta (PagePro 1250W) laser printer for similar price. For good photo printers look at the Canon line up or even better get prints at local stores. Epson C84 is recommended for medium text printing & occasional photo printing.

1-0 out of 5 stars Ink problems make this printer very expensive
The quality of the print is not a problem; it's good. But it's not good enough to neutralize the expense and frustration caused by the requirement to replace ALL of the ink cartridges every time one runs out.

When the cyan ink ran out, I tried to print in black only. It would not.

I replaced the cyan ink, and it still would not print. It indicated it needed black. Back to the store, and I bought a whole set this time. After replacing black, it called for the other two. Finally, after replacing all, it printed again--in black only or in color. The ink was Epson ink. Epson Help just figured they all ran out together. Even the first time, I knew they wouldn't all run out, by coincidence, at exactly the same time.

This has happened twice more now, and I am replacing the printer. It will be cheaper. I will not want to risk another Epson product, although I liked them a lot years ago.

1-0 out of 5 stars Printed great at first - then died
I bought my Epson printer with my new PC. It was loud and jerky, but the print quality was good. The factory ink cartidges have almost nothing in them, so you have to replace them pretty quickly. When I installed all new cartidges my printer quit printing in black. I contacted Epson and they indicated I might have to buy new cartidges again. I searched on the web and found there are thousands of people who experience the exact same problem I have and Epson knows all about it, but they won't fix it. My Epson printer, new as it is, is now sitting in the trash. I put my old HP 722C back on my desk and have had no problem with it ever. I will never buy another Epson product again. And from what I've read of other user's reviews they feel the same way. Epson is junk.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Photo Printer without the bells and whistles
I am very impressed by the photo quality this printer turns out, even with generic ink. My 4 megapixel camera's pictures come out BEAUTIFULLY on photo paper from this printer. It doesn't have the fancy features that more expensive photo printers have (card reader, preview monitor, etc.) but it gets the job done. I went an entire semester of college (read: many many many papers) on the double capacity black cartridge it came with. It's also very quiet. I highly reccommend this printer, and don't be afraid to put generic ink in- it's cheaper and just as good.

2-0 out of 5 stars Worked fine at first, then declined
The printer worked fine at first, printing beautifully. Set up was a breeze. I've had the printer for several months now, however, and I've noticed the print quality slowly decline.

I keep regular maintanence on the inkheads, cleaning and aligning them as necessary. I only use Epson ink, I've never refilled or damaged the ink cartridges in any way. I am unsatisfied with this product, and will not purchase another Epson. ... Read more

31. Epson ELPLP14 Replacement Lamp for PowerLite 505C, 703C, 715C
list price: $399.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00005QJ38
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 17666
Average Customer Review: 1 out of 5 stars
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Ideally sized for portable presentations, the Epson PowerLite 503c weighs in at less than six pounds. It includes power cords, connecting cables, batteries, and a soft case, making it ready to go, right out of the box. Its 1,100 lumens of brightness provide enough power for meetings in smaller rooms or darkened larger rooms. The 24-bit color, 800 x 600 SVGA resolution, and 400:1 contrast ratio mean that your images will look their sharpest under most conditions.

The sturdy case can withstand heavy travel, and permanent wall or ceiling mounting is possible. The projector is fully compatible with PC systems and video. The included remote control supplies access to mouse controls, power, volume, and special-effects features that keep your presentations visually interesting and flowing smoothly. Epson includes a two-year warranty on parts and service. ... Read more


  • Replacement lamp for 505C, 703C, and 715C
  • 150 watts, UHE design

Reviews (2)

1-0 out of 5 stars I've been hurt too
This is not the only Amazon video projector price that is not accurate. I tried to buy a 3m video projector for $464.00 only to be told the same story about it being an Amazon error and that the actual product for sale was a replacement bulb for the projector. Folks, don't get your hopes up. In reality, $311.00 is the cost of a replacement bulb for this product; the real projector sells for much more. Amazon needs to work a little harder to make sure its ads are correct. These errors reflect on the professionalism of Amazon and ruin the public's faith in the company.

100's time I tried to purchase this product.
and always give me refund confirmation for my payment amount.
it has never completed.
at one time I tried to purchase it from alphacraze after I complete the order they sent me a confirmation for replacement lamp.
now I made again with a1books in amazon it is return my payment for this resone.
I do not beleave thats offer is correct.
nobody leave any comment because nobody can buy it
take care. ... Read more

32. Epson Expression 10000XL Large-Format Flatbed Photo Scanner
list price: $3,199.99
our price: Too low to display
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0002KU5K8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 34047
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The 10000XL photo edition is a large-format flatbed scanner designed for graphic artists and other high-end users. With its high 2,400 dpi scanning resolution, 48-bit internal color depth, and 3.8 optical density, images are crisp and accurate, while the six-line alternated color CCD and auto focus optics system help to ensure that you get the best scans possible.

Scan speeds are as high as 2.7 ms/line at 1,200 dpi, while an optional automatic document feeder allows you to scan multiple pages at a time. An included transparency adapter lets you scan positive and negative 35mm and medium format transparencies and film up to 5" x 4", making it easy to get great scans every time. You can also zoom in 1% increments anywhere from 50% to 200%.

The 10000XL connects to your computer via its standard USB and Firewire ports, while an optional network adapter lets you use the scanner as a network resource. The AC 100-120V power supply consumes less than 55 watts during normal operation and about 6 watts while in sleep mode. The software includes EPSON Scan 2.2, MonacoEZcolor with reflective IT8 Target, Photoshop Elements 2, ABBYY FineReader Sprint OCR, and LaserSoft Imaging SilverFast SE 6. Compatible with both PC and Mac operating platforms, the 10000XL comes backed with a one-year limited warranty.

What's in the Box
Scanner, CD-ROM with software and drivers, power cable, user's manual and documentation, USB cable, transparency adapter ... Read more


  • 2,400 x 4,800 optical resolution; SilverFast SE 6 software
  • 48-bit color depth, 16-bit grayscale
  • A3 sized scanning surface for originals up to 12.2 by 17.2 inches
  • Transparency adapter for slides and negatives
  • USB 2.0, Firewire, optional networking; PC and Mac compatible

33. Epson V13H010L29 Replacement Lamp for PowerLite S1+ Projector

our price: $195.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0001PFO4Q
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 18412
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Extend the performance of your Epson PowerLite S1+ projector with the V13H010L29 replacement lamp unit. Each unit offers simple installation--the plastic framework allows you to pop it in place--and provides up to 2,000 hours of operating light. The 132-watt power consumption yields 1,200 ANSI lumens of output. Each package contains one replacement lamp. Epson provides a 90-day replacement warranty in case of defect. ... Read more


  • Replacement lamp for Epson PowerLite S1+
  • Average life of 2,000 hours
  • 132-watt UHE design
  • Produces 1,200 ANSI lumens of brightness
  • 90-day warranty

34. Epson Stylus CX5400 All-in-One Printer, Scanner, Copier
list price: $169.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000CD0AC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 3274
Average Customer Review: 3.64 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan Product Description

The Epson Stylus CX5400 is an all-in-one color printer, color copier, and color scanner. This versatile machine is perfect for the home office or small business where space is at a premium. Print resolutions are as high as 5,760 x 1,440 optimized dpi, while the CMYK drop-on-demand Micro Piezo inkjet technology and Epson DURABrite inks provide bright, vivid, and true-to-life images. Print speeds clock in at 22 ppm for black text and 11 ppm for color text (maximum, draft mode), while a 4-by-6-inch photo takes approximately 72 seconds.

The CX5400 has a standard input capacity of 150 sheets and up to 15 envelopes.It accepts a wide variety of originals, including paper (plain; bond; Epson premium bright white paper, Epson matte paper heavyweight, Epson glossy photo paper), cards, transparencies, and banner paper. Supported sizes include letter, legal, half-letter, executive, and user definable from 3.5 by 3.5 up to 8.5 by 44 inches.

The flatbed scanner provides up to 1,200 x 2,400 dpi hardware resolution and 48-bit color, with a maximum interpolated resolution of 9,600 x 9,600 dpi. It accepts originals up to 8.5 by 11.7 inches. Copy speeds are as fast as 15 cpm for black and 12 cpm for color, while up to 99 copies can be made at once, freeing up your time for other tasks. The included software bundle helps you get the most out of your scans with a variety of image editing tools. Epson's Easy Photo Fix technology helps restore old, faded photos into bright, high-quality reprints.

The CX5400 connects via a high-speed USB 1.1 port. The AC 100-120 V, 50 - 60 Hz, 0.5A (max) power supply consumes around 23 W during normal operation and around 6 W during stand-by. Compatible with both Mac and PC, the CX5400 also comes backed by a one-year limited warranty.

What's in the Box
Epson Stylus CX5400 All-In-One, one cyan ink cartridge (T044220), one magenta ink cartridge (T044320), one yellow ink cartridge (T044420), one black ink cartridge (T043120), one USB cable, all-in-one documentation, CD-ROM containing all-in-one drivers and software (Windows and Macintosh) ... Read more


  • Color printing, copying, and scanning
  • Up to 22 ppm print speed, up to 16 copies per minute
  • 5,760 x 1,440 optimized dpi maximum print resolution
  • 1,200 x 2,400 dpi maximum optical scan resolution, 48-bit color
  • USB interface; PC and Mac compatible

Reviews (36)

5-0 out of 5 stars Epson CX5400 Rocks!
The CX5400 currently sells for $..., maybe less with rebates and other incentives. is it worth it? YUP!!

This badboy copies,prints and scans just like the older CX5200 model that was discontinued by Epson but it also does borderless printing and its quiet!!!
See for full specs.

SETUP - a breeze, open up the box, remove all that funky tape, plug it in, insert the 4 cartridges, flip that scanner lock switch, install the software, plug in the usb port. Took me 5 minutes, no problems at all.

NOISE - Only noise this unit makes is when its first turned on, it initalizes and does all kinds of stuff, takes 2 mins, when its idle, its whisper quiet. When it prints, there is only the humm of paper being printed, not loud at all, the CX5200 made a horrible sound when it printed, they fixed it in this unit.

SPEED - print speed is very fast, b&w or color - no waiting for it to catch up. i printed 20 pages that came out before my coffee was even cold. Best photo printing is the slowest mode as expected, so be patient.

OUTPUT - paper comes out dry, text is rich and clean, looks like a laser printer. color is very sharp and crisp, no problems here. this unit does 8 1/2x11 borderless printing too, amazing. 5700x1440 dpi is very nice and durabrite ink comes out dry.

SCANNING - it scans 1200x2400 dpi @ 48bit which in english means your color or b&w scans will come out exactly as the original, i scanned a magazine page and my keys, no blurs or distortion at all, job well done epson.

COPYING - you dont need the pc to do copying, it does color and b&w copying just like a real copier would, enlargments/reductions/lighten or darken the image and zoom and # of copies, its all there. the scanning are is too small to handle legal size paper, but i dont think any of the multifunction printers can.

CONCLUSION - i give it a 5 stars, the CX5200 had paper loading problems-fixed here, it also had slow photo printing-fixed here. This unit also displays the ink levels in printer config or control panel and ink is a **lot** cheaper and lasts longer than any of the HP mfc's.

DISLIKES - only things for epson to work on, makes the power cord removeable to the unit so its easier to feed under a desk, put the usb port in back of the unit so the cable doesn't get bent, make the control panel on the printer a little bigger, and maybe add a sleep mode so it will use less electricity when idle for 10 mins or more.

There are tons of options to set in printer config, too many to explain here. Epson came out with this CX5400 model and the CX6400 model, personally, the CX6400 looked huge to me, 23" wide and wouldn't fit on my desk.

Still waiting for a review from zdnet or pcworld, wonder whats taking them so long ?

CX5200 and CX5400 uses the same ink says black will last 1000 pages, and color around 300 pages give or take a few. I can tell you from experience, the HP2210 lasted 35 color pages and about 70 black.

Good job Epson... HP should be ashamed for charging twice the price for the same features and way overcharging for ink cartridges.

I dont work for Epson, Amazon or HP, so you know this review is honest!!

5-0 out of 5 stars I BOUGHT FIVE!
Many people turn to me to ask what printer/scanner I recommend. Based on personal experience and on three months of feedback from others, my recommendation at the time of writing this review is the Epson Stylus CX54000. There are a few reasons:

The quality and longevity of Epson products has kept me a loyal fan of Epson in the arena of scanning and printing for seven years. This printer/scanner features Epson's efficient and innovative use of multiple individual ink cartridges. If you print a ton of yellow, you no longer have to throw out the entire cartridge even though the other colors are half full. The print quality is as good as any of the other Epson printers that are equivalent in cost (without the added freebie scanner). The scanner is as good as the other Epson scanners that are of similar cost (without the added freebie printer). No matter how you look at this unit, you save. It has the same footprint (space it takes on the desk) as a printer or scanner, but you get both. And it is only a little bit more expensive than either alone.

Therefore, based on these features and my seven-year use of Epson printers and scanners, I recommended five of these units to friends who have come to me asking what to buy. All of them ended up buying the units. I do have to say that I have noticed the same thing as the other reviewers, that the photo prints come out a little browner than the screen. That is my only complaint. Besides that, I am even happier with the performance of this unit than I expected to be. If you are in the market for a printer/scanner, as of March 2004, I strongly recommend buying this unit over all others available on this market.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great printer for a Mac
Those of us with Macs don't have a lot of options when it comes to printers. HPs don't work well, and the good Canon ones aren't necessarily compatible. So I was glad to see that the CX5400 was compatible with my iBook OS 9.2. And I'm happy to report that it's been perfect so far. Installation was easy, with only two small glitches. After putting in the ink cartridges, there was an error message, so I had to turn the machine off and turn it back on and the error message went away. And the poster/manual said if you have a Mac, to plug in the USB first, but there's a huge sticker on the printer's USB port that said don't plug in the USB first, so I didn't.

Print quality is excellent. When I print color documents, the colors are even truer than the ones I print on the expensive fiery machine at the office. (Haven't tried photo printing yet, as I'd rather do that online or at Costco.) Photocopying is easy. And I just tried the scanner today and it was so easy it was scary. I have Photoshop, so I import the document from there and save it to my hard drive.

I'm sorry that a few other people have had negative experiences, but I'm extremely happy with this all-in-one.

Purchased this all-in-one BRAND NEW IN BOX through Amazon in June, 2004. Item once installed had perpetual scanner error due to various DEBRIS under scanner glass.
Upon reporting this to Epson, they proceed to ship me a REFURB to replace a NEW PRODUCT. The REFURB did not come with a USB cable, also had DEBRIS under scanner glass, and the print head was OLD thus producing AWFUL print jobs.
I have been a fan of the HP printer for over a decade, and tried another manufacturer at my partner's request. I will not pay two cents for an Epson printer, EVER.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Printer, Lousy Scanning Software
This is a great printer. It's fast, it does a good job, and the ink cartridges go the distance. The biggest flaw is the scanning software. IT IS TERRIBLE! You scan your image and you can get to it one time, after that it is GONE unless you save it on your hard drive. If you want to change image type (e.g. from .tif to .jpeg,) forget it. You have to start the scan all over again. If you are interested in a printer, this one is great, but if you scan often or are a beginner I would look elsewhere. ... Read more

35. Epson Stylus C82 Inkjet Printer
list price: $129.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00006F2W4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 11144
Average Customer Review: 2.92 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan Product Description

The high-performance Epson Stylus C82 speeds through black text at 22 ppm and provides superior plain-paper printing. It includes four-color Epson DuraBrite inks and offers 5,760 x 1,440 optimized dpi using Resolution Performance Management technology.

Ultrafine 3-picoliter ink droplets deliver sharp black text and vibrant colors, even on plain paper. Epson DuraBrite inks are resistant to water and fading, so users get long-lasting, smudge-proof photos. For convenience and cost savings, the printer comes with individual ink cartridges.

Versatile and easy to install, the Epson Stylus C82 provides USB and Parallel connections, making it ideal for any Windows or Macintosh system.

What's in the Box
Printer, black ink cartridge, individual color ink cartridges, setup instructions, software CD-ROM, power cord ... Read more


  • Up to 22 ppm black text printing
  • Up to 5,760 x 1,440 optimized color dpi resolution
  • Optimized for plain paper printing
  • Cost-saving individually replaceable DuraBrite 4-color inks
  • USB and parallel connectivity, optional networking

Reviews (90)

5-0 out of 5 stars What Beautiful Pictures!!
This is one of the finest printers for photography on the market today. This piece is inexpensive to buy and relatively inexpensive to own. Each color is in a separate ink tank. They are affordably priced. The best feature is the new Epson ink that is used in this printer. It uses a pigment ink instead of a dye. Pigment inks adhere to the top of the paper as opposed to sinking in to the paper. The new ink is virtually waterproof. I witnessed an Epson representative pull a page out of a printer and submerge it in water. . . like a minute after the printer was finished. . .It was amazing. The paper was waterlogged, but the ink was unharmed. On photo paper, the ink is supposed to last 75 years!

You will never see a pixel on a photo when the picture is of high enough quality. Epson photo paper is probably the best out there. This is a great printer for the price. This would be a great printer for twice the price.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best--once you get past a few quirks....
I came to the C82 by way of Epson Stylus 740, a truely great printer which never gave any problems until the day it died after 5 years of service. So I was a little surprised when the C82 arrived without a printer cable--fortunately I moved mine over from the 740, but new purchasers will have to go back to the store to get a cable. Epson did, however, supply a power cord, fortunately.
I read all the reviews for the C82, and a few 740 users who were particularly disappointed with the C82 for its inability to print glossy photos. However, it does print great glossy photos on glossy paper as long as you always tell the printer that it's printing on matte paper. For some odd reason, Epson designed the printer to use all colors on matte paper, but dropped the cyan on glossy paper. Odd, but ok once you know what they're doing. Same beautiful pictures the 740 used to do--maybe even a little better.
3-bay color cartridge system to replace colors as they run out is a definite plus to save on ink--and I hated those other ones for the 740 that you had to peel off labels on or else they wouldn't work. You just pop these in.
Oh yeah--that noise when each page starts. Sounds like a huge grinding gear sure to wake up your roommate. But you know, the 740 used to sit there and do this and do that and do this and that before it would start. This one just starts. So I guess there are always trade-offs. At a price under $100, you can't beat it.

1-0 out of 5 stars Print head clogging problems outweigh print quality
The print quality may be great, but as soon as you go a few weeks without printing or eventually end up having to change ink cartridges, this printer has major problems with the print heads clogging up with dried ink that can't be remedied by the print head cleaning utility and requires getting in there with a syringe.

Stay far, far away.

4-0 out of 5 stars Bye Bye HP, Hello Epson!
I've been an HP user for years even though I've been dissapointed time and again. After my last HP started blurring even the simplest text, I decided a switch was in store.

I ended up with the Stylus C82. From my research I knew it wasn't Epson's best photo printer, but I'm a purest and think the photo shop is the best place to develop pictures.

The Stylus was exceptionally easy to get started. I didn't even need to install any drivers or software on my XP system to get it running.

The printing is very crisp, almost laser quality. Pictures still leave something to be desired but still worlds better than anything I got from my HP's. The clerk at "The Almost Best Buy" told me the ink cartridges that came with the printer were smaller than usual so I went ahead and paid the outrageous price for new ones. The clerk was wrong. The included cartridges seemed full-sized and lasted accordingly. When my ink ran out, I purchased new cartridges online and saved a bundle. FYI - Epson, and a few others, don't have patents on their cartridges like HP and some others do. That means competition can manufacture cartridges EXACTLY like Epson's. Granted the ink isn't DURABRITE, but I've yet to see a real difference in everyday printing.

The only drawbacks I have about the Epson are:
- Its top loading paper tray that I have to fold down (and thus move the printer) every time I use it because it sits in a cubby on my desk.
- You also have to open the front panel in order for the paper to come out of the machine. I've wasted quite a few documents by forgetting to open this. Also, when the paper jams (which only happens when I forget to open the front) in there, you almost need a jackhammer to pull the paper out. I've yet to find a way to crack open the case in case of a jam.
- Sometimes after you tell it to "print" it spends up to a minute doing various things to itself before printing.
- Printing is loud. It scared my dogs (who sleep in the study beside my desk) the first few times.

I've had the printer for about 6 months now and I'm still very happy with it.

5-0 out of 5 stars One of the greatest general purpose printers ever made
I have owned my C82 printer for two years with practically no complaints. It is a great workhorse machine, and I wish that EPSON still made it - unfortunately, it is being replaced by photo printers. It was much faster and gave me better color quality prints than my HP 932 printer.

I make "postal cachets" which are illustrated envelopes. The C82 has a lever to open up for envelopes, whereas some of the other printers don't have the capability to handle envelopes.

Highly recommended for home and small offices! ... Read more

36. Epson FX-890N Impact Printer with Networking
list price: $599.99
our price: $504.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000WKO90
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 19470
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan Product Description

Epson's full-featured, high-value FX-890N serial-impact printer offers the durability and ease of use required for essential daily printing. This 9-pin, dot-matrix, narrow-carriage workhorse boasts an MTBF rating of 20,000 power-on hours (POH) and speeds of up to 680 cps (characters per second).

Engineered for seamless integration, the FX-890N's interfaces include parallel, USB 1.1, an additional slot for optional interface cards, and an internal 10/100 Base-TX Ethernet print server with support for Windows (3.x, 95, 98, Me, NT, 2000, and XP), Novell Netware, Linux and UNIX, and Macintosh OS 7.x or later or OS X.

Its easy-to-install 7.5 million-character ribbon cartridge boosts productivity and ensures a low cost per page, while its 400 million-character print-head life heightens its dependability. Included Epson Remote Configuration Manager software simplifies printer setup and setting selection via most Windows operating systems.

Ideal for rugged environments, the printer is a perfect drop-in replacement for the Epson FX-880/880+/980 or Okidata Microline 320/320 Turbo. It handles forms up to seven parts thick via four convenient paper paths, and its redesigned control panel features a lock-out mode and other intuitive functions.

The printer is Novell tested and approved and is backed by Epson's comprehensive three-year warranty with technical support.

What's in the Box
Printer, ribbon cartridge, and a user's manual, warranty and setup information; printer cable not included ... Read more


  • Fast, 9-pin serial-impact, dot-matrix technology
  • 80 characters per line at 10 characters per inch
  • User-friendly setup and operation, easy system integration
  • Easy-to-install 7.5-million-character ribbon cartridge
  • USB, parallel, and 10/100 Base-TX Ethernet interfaces

37. Epson PowerLite V13H010L30 Replacement Lamp for 740c and 745c Projectors
list price: $450.00
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Asin: B0002XZG7W
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 50834
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Designed for use with Epson PowerLite 740c and 745c multimedia projectors, this 170-watt UHE replacement lamp offers an approximate 2,000-hour lamp life (high brightness setting). Or you can extend the life to 3,000 hours using your projector's lowbrightness setting. Genuine Epson quality ensures bright and clear images. Epson backs the lamp with a 90-day warranty. ... Read more


  • For Epson PowerLite 740c and 745c multimedia projectors
  • 170-watt UHE replacement lamp
  • 2,000-hour lamp life at high brightness, 3000 hours at low brightness
  • Epson-quality for bright and clear images
  • Simple to install; 90-day warranty

38. Epson Expression 10000XL Large-Format Flatbed Graphic Scanner
list price: $2,699.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B0002LC9TC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 39814
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The Epson Expression 10000XL graphic arts edition is a large-format flatbed scanner designed for graphic artists and other high-end users. With its high 2,400 dpi scanning resolution, 48-bit internal color depth, and 3.8 optical density, images are crisp and accurate. The six-line alternated color CCD and auto focus optics system help to ensure that you get the best scans possible. Scan speeds are as high as 2.7 ms/line (at 1,200 dpi), while an optional automatic document feeder allows you to scan multiple sheets at a time. You can zoom in 1% increments anywhere from 50% to 200%.

The software bundle includes a variety of applications to help you easily achieve the best scan results possible. Titles include EPSON Scan 2.2, MonacoEZcolor with reflective IT8 Target, Photoshop Elements 2, and ABBYY FineReader Sprint OCR. The 10000XL connects to your computer via its standard USB and Firewire ports, and an optional network adapter lets you use the scanner as a network device. The AC 100-120V power supply consumes less than 55 watts during normal operation and about 6 watts while in sleep mode. Compatible with both PC and Mac operating platforms, the 10000XL comes backed with a one-year limited warranty.

What's in the Box
Scanner, CD-ROM with software and drivers, power cable, user's manual and setup documentation, USB cable ... Read more


  • 2,400 x 4,800 optical resolution, 3.8 Dmax optical density
  • 48-bit color depth, 16-bit grayscale; 50% to 200% zoom
  • A3 sized scanning surface for originals up to 12.2 by 17.2 inches
  • Adobe Photoshop Elements 2.0, MonacoEZcolor with reflective IT8 Target
  • USB 2.0, Firewire, optional networking; PC and Mac compatible

39. Epson PowerLite S1 Multimedia Video Projector
list price: $1,749.99
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Asin: B00009ON1U
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 16419
Average Customer Review: 4.38 out of 5 stars
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Early Adopters Pick: July 2003. The S1 from Epson is a price-busting portable projector that delivers brilliant, full-featured SVGA performance, under $1,000.

With a footprint of just 14.6 by 10.4 inches, the S1 sets up on nearly any convenient surface and weighs just 7 pounds, making transportation painless. An SVGA native resolution of 800 x 600 ensures that projected images retain their clarity even at great distances, while 24-bit color support of over 16.7 million colors results in accurate, true-to-life images. A monitor out capability lets you display images on both the projected screen and on a monitor simultaneously, while compatibility with both PC and Mac operating systems ensures that your presentations a snap to set up, no matter where you are. The 400:1 contrast ratio provides sharp detail, and 1,200 ANSI lumens of brightness results in projections that are easy to see from anywhere in the room. The 132 W UHE lamp provides over 2,000 hours of lamp life, while the internal power supply consumes 180 watts during normal operation and just 5 watts in stand-by mode.

The S1 has a variable aspect ratio of either 4:3 or 16:9 and an adjustable projection screen size of 30 to 300 inches. The digital zoom/manual focus lens has an F-number of 1.4 and an f-number range of 16.6mm, which combine with digital keystone correction of plus or minus 15 degrees to help achieve accurate, in-focus projections across the entirety of the image. The S1 supports NTSC, NTSC4.43, PAL, M-PAL, N-PAL, PAL60, SECAM, and HDTV formats, the latter including 480i, 480p, 720p, and 1080i. Mini DIN, RCA, and mini D-sub signal inputs and an RS232C control input are provided. The internal fan emits less than 33 dB of noise during normal operation, while the internal 1-watt mono speaker provides a clear, intelligible internal audio output. The remote operates at a distance of up to 19.7 feet and provides control over a wide range of projector functions. The S1 also comes backed with a two-year limited warranty.

What's in the Box
Projector, power cable, computer cable, projector remote control with lithium battery, presentation remote control, soft carrying case, air filter, CD-ROM, Quick Setup Sheet ... Read more


  • 800 x 600 SVGA native resolution
  • 1,200 ANSI lumens
  • 0.5-inch TFT active matrix LCDs
  • 1-watt mono audio speaker
  • 400:1 contrast ratio

Reviews (8)

5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome projector for the price.
I saw a review about this projector about a year ago on a tv show called screen savers,which airs on tecTv.They gave it a good review so i gave it a try,AN LOVED IT.I only bought it to watch dvd's on an it works perfect for that.I have a huge wall in one room of our house an simply painted the wall white an use it as the screen.A 20 foot screen no less.It's the ultimate home theater,just add your surround sound an boom.No reason to ever leave your house for the movies again.Yes the lights do need to be low,or in my case i like it dark.But its got a great picture an more then worth the price.We've had nothing but fun with it ever since i bought.Its the perfect projector for those on a buget or for anyone that just dos'nt like to waste a lot of money on something like watching movies..............

4-0 out of 5 stars Good projector!
I purchased this projector two weeks ago and I am very pleased with it. When I connect it to my computer the image is very bright and I do not need to darken the room much at all to view it. The room needs to be a bit darker when viewing TV or DVD/VHS movies. My son uses it to play GameCube games--which is really fantastic because of the size of the image! However, for some of the games (Lord of the Rings) we really need to darken the room to see the screen well.

I have used LCD projectors for the past five years in educational settings. This is the first one I have purchased and I am extremely pleased with it. The only negative comment I can make about it is that the zoom feature doesn't change the size of the image by much. I wanted to set the projector on a stand near one wall and project it to the wall on the other side. When I do this the image is bigger than the wall space and I can't change its size by much using the zoom feature. Instead I have to move the projector into the middle of the room and operate it from there. Even with this inconvenience, I still think it is an excellent projector and so far I would recommend it to anyone who wants to see beautiful color images larger than life!

5-0 out of 5 stars I love mine.
How many people do you know who have 100inch tv's and paid less than $1000. I'm guessing not too many. I guess a picky person could find some faults: not as bright as a tv in a well lit room, no manual lens zoom, makes more noise than a tv. Still I really do love mine. It takes up about 1/100th of the space of a large tv, I can pack it in a backpack if I want to take it to a friend's, I can move apartments without hiring 5 movers to cary it down the stairs, I can play 4 person video games (Mario Kart Double Dash!) and everyone gets their own 50 inch tv, the colors are brilliant, and the price is decent enough.

Go buy one and you won't be unhappy.

5-0 out of 5 stars S1 Hit of the Party
This is a great product.

We had more than 250 digital photos submitted by our Harley Owners Group members to be used in a continuous-loop slide show during a recent party.

We mounted the S1 in a loft and projected the slide show onto a wall 25 feet away making a huge display of the photos. The S1 was on for more than seven hours, performed flawlessly, projected sharp images, was easy to hook up to a laptop computer (the source of the images). The simple operation of the S1 made set up and adjustments quick.

We later used the S1 in our living room to watch a DVD on a 70-inch movie screen. The projector was hooked into the video-out RCA jack on the DVD player. Total set up time: Less than 3 minutes. Again, flawless operation and extremely good picture.

I'd recommend the S1 to anyone looking for an entry level projector with seemingly solid construction, easy-to-understand controls and great features.

2-0 out of 5 stars Not a good projector
This projector has very large pixels and the picture is dark comparing with other projectors. I carefully compared this projector with several other brands in a store and got this conclusion. My experience is that you really need to compare several projectors before buying one. If you only believe the reviews, you may get very disappointed after you buy one and plug it in. After you plug it in, the only thought you may have may be how to get rid of it.

However, this projector does have a short throw rate which I like. This means you can use it not far from the screen to get a relatively large picture size. The projector only uses 100 to 120v power so it is not usable in some countries which use 220v electricity unless you use a transformer. So if you often travel to other countries, you need to be aware of this. Many other projectors do have the feature of using 220v. The physical size of this projector is large. When I went to a store to compare projectors, this projector was the largest of all. I also don't like the shape. It does not look neat to me. I like a projector with more flat surfaces. ... Read more

40. Epson GT-30000 Scanner
list price: $4,449.00
our price: $3,999.00
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Asin: B00005NCWN
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 66554
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For high-end users, the GT-30000 offers more quality and features than nearly any other consumer-level scanner on the market. The color flatbed is designed for high-volume office use, and it does the job admirably. An optical resolution of 600 x 1,200 dpi (9,600 x 9,600 interpolated), 36-bit color depth, and an array of embedded image processing features result in crisp, clean images, ideal for professional uses.

The GT-30000's real enticement however, is convenience. A 100-page auto-document feeder (with auto-document sizing) is capable of a very impressive 30 pages per minute and even supports duplex scanning. Networking doesn't get much easier, as the GT-30000 is networkable right out of the box. Both Twain and Isis drivers are provided for compatibility with a wide variety of scanning environments, while SCSI (and optional FireWire) connectivity ensures suitably fast transfer times.

While distinctly pricey, the GT-30000 offers high-end scanning and convenience that's hard to beat. It also comes backed with a one-year extendable warranty. ... Read more


  • 600 dpi optical resolution, 9600 dpi enhanced
  • Large 11.7 by 17 inch scanning area
  • 36-bit color
  • 30 page per minute document feeder
  • Auto document size recognition

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