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41. Epson Perfection 3200 Photo Flatbed
Too low to display $1,842.48 list($3,999.99)
42. Epson PowerLite 737c Projector
$249.99 $247.95 list($299.99)
43. Epson PowerLite 821p Replacement
44. Epson FX-880 Dot Matrix Printer
45. Epson Stylus Photo 1270 Inkjet
46. Epson Stylus Photo 870 Inkjet
47. Epson Stylus CX3200 All-in-One
$180.49 $157.89 list($239.99)
48. Epson Stylus CX6400 All-in-One
$184.99 $168.74 list($199.99)
49. Epson V13H010L25 Lamp Module for
$69.99 list($99.99)
50. Epson 820S Photo Inkjet Printer
$129.50 list($149.99)
51. Epson Perfection 1670 Photo Scanner
$39.99 $4.46
52. Epson T007201 Black Ink Cartridge
53. Epson Stylus C44UX Inkjet Printer
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54. EPSON Powerlite Home 10+ Multimedia
$849.95 list($1,999.99)
55. Epson PowerLite 51c Projector
$399.99 list($149.99)
56. Epson Perfection 1660 Photo Scanner
$99.98 list($149.99)
57. Epson Perfection 1260 Photo Scanner
$1,154.99 $1,085.95 list($1,299.99)
58. Epson Expression 1680PRO Professional
$499.99 $466.95 list($549.99)
59. Epson Stylus Color 1520 Inkjet
$184.85 list($54.99)
60. Epson Stylus C60 Inkjet Printer

41. Epson Perfection 3200 Photo Flatbed Scanner

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Asin: B00008ISWU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 10269
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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The Epson Perfection 3200 Photo offers premium quality scanning and the versatility to handle virtually any photography application. With image quality and features comparable to that of more expensive scanners, this high-value performer produces sharp, high-quality results at lightning-fast speeds. It's versatile, as well--it scans everything from negatives, photos, and slides to transparencies, graphics, and text.

Delivering fine 3,200 x 6,400 dpi resolution, the 3200 Photo offers phenomenal clarity and detail, whatever the task at hand. With Epson's ColorTrue II Imaging System and 48-bit scanning, it consistently delivers vivid, true-to-life colors. Combining advanced imaging technology and a powerful software bundle, it provides a complete digital imaging solution. It even includes Hi-Speed USB 2.0 and IEEE 1394 (FireWire) connectivity for Windows and Macintosh systems, plus a convenient built-in 4-by-9-inch transparency adapter. Epson provides a one-year warranty covering parts and service.

What's in the Box
Epson Perfection 3200 Photo Scanner, 4-by-9-inch transparency adapter (built into the scanner lid), 3 film holders (35mm slides, 35mm film strips, and medium format), CD-ROM with Epson Scan scanning software, Productivity Software, Electronic Reference Guide, CD-ROM with Adobe Photoshop Elements 2.0, CD-ROM with LaserSoft SilverFast SE 6, USB 2.0/1.1 cable, scanner setup poster ... Read more


  • 3,200 x 6,400 dpi hardware resolution
  • 48-bit color, 16-bit gray scale
  • 3.4 dMax optical density
  • Transparency adapter and 3 film holders
  • USB 2.0 and FireWire interfaces; PC and Mac compatible

Reviews (12)

5-0 out of 5 stars What A Surprise!
I'm flabergasted over this scanner!!!! What a versatile piece this is. I can scan pictures, negatives, slides, and most of all, shooting in 4X5 format a lot, I can scan the negatives and transparencies from my 4X5 as well.

The clarity from this scanner, in my opinion, rivals scanners that are twice the price. Another big plus for me is the speed. Since it's USB 2, I can scan into my Sony laptop which is also USB 2 and it's done before I can decide on the next picture I want to scan.

I'll even go so far as to say that the software that comes bundled with this scanner is actually useful. Photoshop Elements 2.0 is a great program. Since I bought the "pro" version of the scanner (which I got for the non-pro price) I also got Monaco EZ color and Silverfast. Good stuff!!! However, if you have Adobe gamma loader on your computer, (which will be on the Elements CD), you don't really need to load Monaco. It's basically the same thing from what I can see.

The only addition that would have been a nice touch would have been the inclusion of digital ICE. Other than that, this is one dynamite scanner!!!!

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Scanner, But Keep a Can of Compressed Air Handy...
I bought this scanner as an upgrade to my old Epson Perfection 610 Scanner. There was nothing wrong with the old Epson, but I wanted a scanner that could do 35mm negative scans.

I've had this scanner for about 4 days now, and it's worked great. The setup was effortless and the scans are great, rich in color. As I said, I primarily use it for film scanning and the tools they've bundled with it are terrific. You can scan 12 35mm negatives, or 4 slides, or even 120 medium format film. I've tried scanning at 3200 dpi, and it produces files which are around 800k-1.5mb in size with a resolution of about 10-12 megapixels. 2400 dpi is acceptable, but I really wouldn't go lower than that.

Also, when scanning in your negatives, you can do up to 12 35mm negatives at a time. However, I'd suggest doing just 6 at a time when using the higher dpi settings. That's because the top lamp tends to "cook" the negatives if you leave them on the tray too long. Maybe cook is too strong a word, nothing happens to them - it's just something to be wary about.

I've tried out both the Silverfast scanning software as well as the standard Epson scan software. It works great if you're only interested in scanning the pictures/negatives. However, the only drawback to it is that the dust removal software that's bundled with both are pretty much useless. It adds twice the overhead/time to the scanning process and does nothing to remove dust or scratches. I'd say get familiar with the Photoshop Elements 2.0 software that comes bundled with it, or use Photoshop 7's Healing Tool.

Because of the software's inability to remove dust, I keep a can of compressed air handy and give the tray and film a quick burst of air right before I scan them in. BTW, the Silverfast software is ugly and very unintuitively designed - it reminds me of an old Windows 3.11 app.

I'd say, overall, I'm very happy with the scanner. However, because of the software's limited functionality, I give it 4 out of 5 instead of the 5 out of 5 it could've gotten.

1-0 out of 5 stars AVOID this scanner!!!
I'm glad that some people have had a good experience with this scanner, but I am not one. I own an Epson Perfection 2450 Photo scanner and have been very happy with it. I thought it's "big brother" would make a nice, economical additon to the office where I work.

Boy was I wrong.

Several people have mentioned dust issues. I haven't noticed that but I do have the problem others have mentioned in the professional photography forums on the internet. Some of these scanners come with glass that has not been treated properly and I got one of them. What happens is when you lay an image on the glass, especially a glossy photo, it "sticks" a bit and looks like there are watermarks on the image after it has scanned. It will do this every time and in slightly different spots and there is no way to keep it from happening. I've tried wipping the glass and photos and even cleaning them, but to no avail. I called Epson tech support and they said the glass was faulty and to return it for a replacement.

No thanks, I think I'll try another brand where it won't be a crapshoot as to wether I get a working one or not. I've always loved Epson products but this leaves me a bit disillusioned. They let quality control slide a lot on the production of this model.

There is a rebate on this scanner because it is being replaced by the newer, better and hopefully higher quality Perfection 4870. It has a Dmax of 3.8 over the 3.4 of the 3200, so it should be able to better capture image data from the dark areas of photos too. If you are interested in this scanner, I would try that or the 2450. I've also heard good things about the Canon CanoScan 9900F.

I was also not overly impressed with the color reproduction on this scanner. For some reason it is not as good as the older 2450. I'm a graphic designer and at work I have an 9 year old AGFA scanner that is A LOT slower than the 3200, but it's color reproduction was richer and more evenly balanced. Details in the shadow area were also more acurately reproduced. I tested both on the same photo to reach this conclusion.

Also, only get the "Pro" edition if you want the extra software, otherwise they are the same exact scanner.

Aside from this, I didn't test it's transparency capabilities. It is very fast and would be a good deal for the $ if you don't get a lemon. It's up to you if you want to take that chance. I know my time is more valuable than that.

1-0 out of 5 stars Difficult to use Software
My objective in purchasing this scanner was to be able to place a scanned photo on the same page as some text. After several sessions,I have not found a solution. Scanning is not the problem; rather, sending a scanned image to another application such as word so that one can combine a word document with the image. The software gives no clue and reaching Epson's technical support is a joke. Consider another brand. I'm selling or giving this one away.

5-0 out of 5 stars Scanning with perfection
This is an affordable professional scanner that rivals the quality of any negative scanner I have ever used. Its software is great, and is very straight forward. You will not go wrong with this scanner. I am a professional photographer, and have now made this the only scanner I use. ... Read more

42. Epson PowerLite 737c Projector
list price: $3,999.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B00083MQ38
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 80963
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Product Description

EPSON (V11H188020) PowerLite 737c 2000 Lumens (Wireless) ... Read more

43. Epson PowerLite 821p Replacement Lamp
list price: $299.99
our price: $249.99
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Asin: B0002DFM8K
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
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An ideal companion for your Epson PowerLite 61p, 81p, or 821p multimedia projector, the Epson PowerLite V13H010L30 replacement lamp offers a 200-watt UHE design. It lasts up to 2,000 hours on your projectors high brightness setting, up to 3,000 hours on low brightness. The quality of genuine Epson accessories means bright and clear images, and Epson backs the lamp with a 90-day warranty. ... Read more


  • Compatible with Epson PowerLite 61p, 81p, and 821p multimedia projectors
  • 200-watt UHE replacement lamp
  • 2,000-hour lamp life on high brightness, 3,000 hours on low brightness
  • Epson-quality for bright and clear images
  • 90-day warranty

44. Epson FX-880 Dot Matrix Printer
list price: $399.99
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Asin: B00004Z3J2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 35588
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The Epson FX-880 dot-matrix printer comes in very handy when you need to print forms or invoices, especially if you're working with multiple sheets. It has two high draft speeds, 455 cps and 410 cps, and prints at a normal draft speed of 310 cps. Near letter quality is 77 cps. The FX-880 can handle up to forms of up to six parts (five copy sheets plus the original). The printer has 9-pin impact narrow and wide carriage printing and a zero tear-off paper feature for less waste. The print-head life is over 200 million characters at 14 dots per character. The FX-880 has four bit-mapped eight bar code fonts. It includes front, rear, and bottom paper feeds, and can auto load single sheets or print continuously.

The FX-880 has a bidirectional parallel standard interface and an input buffer of 32 KB. A driver CD, a user's guide, and a print ribbon are included. Measuring 6.1 by 16.3 by 13.8 inches, the FX-880 weighs 16.8 pounds and fits easily on a desktop or counter. The FX-880 comes with a two-year limited warranty in the U.S. and Canada. ... Read more


  • Fast printing at up to 455 cps
  • Compact footprints
  • Reliable 9-pin technology
  • Handles up to six-part forms
  • Zero tear off feature for no forms waste

45. Epson Stylus Photo 1270 Inkjet Printer
list price: $499.99
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Asin: B00004SBM4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 13640
Average Customer Review: 4.33 out of 5 stars
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Using the Epson Stylus Photo 1270 ink-jet printer, both the promising artist and the professional photographer will find a user-friendly desktop photo lab that produces photo-quality, light-stable, water-resistant prints. Why wait for prints from your neighborhood developer (if you are lucky enough to have one) when the Epson 1270 printer can fulfill most of your needs? It prints everything from proofs to portfolios using Epson's Micro Piezo ink-jet technology with 4-picoliter variable-size ink droplets and six-color, 1,400 x 720 dpi photo reproduction.

Compatible with both Windows and Macintosh, the Epson 1270 ink-jet printer can crank out 8-by-10-inch prints in under two minutes, 11-by-14-inch prints in under four minutes, and even 13-by-44-inch panoramics at a decent clip. It comes with standard features like a feeder tray capacity of 100 sheets and Adobe Photoshop 5.0 LE. And you can even upgrade to share the printer on an Ethernet network using the Axis 1440 print server. The Epson 1270 connects to a Windows-based PC using the standard parallel port or through the serial port on a Mac.

Epson provides the full assurance of a one-year limited warranty with an exchange program, and a toll-free support hot line to answer any questions. ... Read more


  • 6-color Micro Piezo technology, perfect for digital photo printing
  • 1,440 x 720 dpi resolution, 4-picoliter drops
  • Parallel or USB interface for PC or Macintosh
  • Feeder tray for 100 sheets or 10 envelopes
  • 1-year warranty with Epson's Exchange Program

Reviews (30)

5-0 out of 5 stars Don't waste your money on a 2880 dpi. BUY THIS PRINTER!
I tried shopping around locally for Epson printers and was told, that Hewlett Packard was the "only way to go," and that I would be "extremely disappointed in the 1440 x 720 resolution."

Hogwash. My Epson 1270 gives me amazing photo-quality prints. I couldn't be happier with it. The ink cartridges seem to last a reasonable amount of time, and really aren't that expensive.

As everyone has mentioned, you've got to use Epson paper to get the best results, but why wouldn't you? It's relatively inexpensive and gives magnificent results!

Well worth the money... and it's even been marked down from what I paid!

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best
I have just replaced an Epson SP750 with the SP1270. The 750 does nice work but the 1270 produces, without a doubt, the best images I have ever seen from an inkjet printer.

I have printed 4x6, 5x7, and 8x10 photos on both the new premium glossy photo paper and Matt heavyweight paper and you cannot tell the difference between those prints and copied done by a photo lab.

As for other types of printing the 1270 also produces clean, crisp output. PDF's printed with the 1270 are much better looking compared to those printed another printer.

The1270 will replace my Epson SP750 and SC1520 both good printers, but no where near the quality of the 1270. In addition, the 1270 is fast and very quiet.

3-0 out of 5 stars Beware of upgrading to Windows XP !
BEWARE! DO NOT UPGRADE FROM WINDOWS 98 TO WINDOWS XP IF YOU WANT YOUR 1270 TO WORK PROPERLY EVER AGAIN! I have had my 1270 since Aug. 2001 and it has worked exceptionally well and produced award winning prints. I would have rated it 5 stars until I made the mistake of upgrading my system from Windows 98 to Windows XP. I had visted the Epson site to make sure they had a download for Windows XP, 1270 drivers. Sure enough, they did. What they didn't say, is that the printer really won't work at all satisfactorily after the conversion to XP and after downloading and installing the two programs from the Epson site. After three support emails, and, in their favor, receiving three quick answers with instructions on how to overcome the problems my printer was having, it still does not work. And, trust me, I followed the instructions to the "T". Why would Epson put the download on their site without making sure it would work? Entirely unsatisfactory experience. BEWARE! DO NOT UPGRADE FROM WINDOWS 98 TO WINDOWS XP IF YOU WANT YOUR 1270 TO WORK PROPERLY EVER AGAIN!

2-0 out of 5 stars Overrated
This printer is over rated! I have owned my Epson 1270 for 3 years. I am lucky if I printed 200 - 8 x 10's since then. It uses up way too much ink and then you have to replace the color cartridge at $35.00 because you ran out of ink on 1 color. The inks do not dry and the surface of the print is always sticky. You cannot stack the photo's on top of each other, as they will bleed the color to the backs of the other pictures or stick together. The heads are constantly getting clogged up and you waste more ink trying to clean them using the utilities that came with the printer. It printed great for the first few months that I owned it(still had problems with the ink drying). You cannot use Hewlett Packard photo paper in this printer as the wheels that push the paper thru the printer, form little cut dots into the photo and they appear as white dots. The inks smell and the quality is not as good as newer printers on the market. I was very disappointed in this printer as it was over-rated by photographers. Maybe the 1280 is better but you will still have the issues with the ink not drying. The inks are horrible as they splatter all over the inside of the printer. The cleaning pads get soaked up with ink and get on the rollers and then you have marking on your prints. Plus I had issues with using it with my new computer that had Windows XP, such as communication errors and very poor print quality overall. I ended up replacing it with the Canon i860 for $150.00. See my review under the Canon i860. Canon knows how to make a printer. Their inks come out dry and clean. As far as the Epson's, never again will I buy another Epson product.

5-0 out of 5 stars My eyes are amazed!
I am a professional artist. I have had this printer for about a year now. And the images that it prints out are outstanding. I print images ranging from digital photos off my Olympus C4040, to scans from artbooks, to simple B&W text pages. But I should be using my cheapo HP for simple BW text and conserve the heads and ink. I recommend a second cheap printer for simple prints.

If I wanted a larger print from an artbook. I would scan a favorite artist's drawing from the book (8"x11") and scale it big in Photoshop and then print it large (13"x18") to put in my frame to hang over my chimney. Drawings hold up better then photos when scaling.

Being a digital artist, my printouts from this printer are so professional looking. The results from this printer accents the work that I produce instead of degrading it. I get better print outs at home then in the art dept at my company. Just recently, the company purchased the 1280 model. Thank You!

I have recieved many compliments about the photos and artwork on my walls. And the people are shocked when I tell them its from an inkjet printer. They always ask which printer and how do they get one.

Only negative thing is the amount of ink it consumes and the cost of replacement. Plus the need to run some utilities to clean the heads because of lines and gaps in the print. But it's not a big deal. This is the best printer for the money. ... Read more

46. Epson Stylus Photo 870 Inkjet Printer
list price: $199.99
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Asin: B00004SBM0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 19000
Average Customer Review: 4.24 out of 5 stars
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With the Epson Stylus Photo 870 ink-jet printer, the burgeoning artist or professional photographer will prize this user-friendly desktop photo lab for its photo-quality printing of light-stable and water-resistant prints. Why wait for prints from your neighborhood developer, if you are lucky enough to have one, when the Epson Stylus Photo 870 ink-jet printer can fill most of you needs for everything from proofs to portfolios, from fast, 13-by-44-inch panoramics to transparencies.

The serious power user will appreciate the 870's quick printing and high resolution: six-color, 1,400 x 720 dpi quality 8-by-10-inch prints in under two minutes and 11-by-14-inch prints in under four minutes. For fun and profit you can produce exhibition prints, banners, and iron-on transfers. Everyone will appreciate the beautiful shadow detailing and highlights delivered by four-picoliter variable-size ink droplets.

The Epson Stylus Photo 870 is easy to set up and is compatible with Windows and Macintosh. It provides lasting, fine-quality prints and comes with a one-year warranty plus the security of the Epson Exchange Program. ... Read more


  • 1,440 x 720 dpi quality
  • Ideal for digital imaging and photo applications
  • Parallel or USB interface for PC or Macintosh
  • 100-sheet, 10-envelope feeder tray
  • 1-year warranty with Epson's Exchange Program

Reviews (25)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great printer - Terrible software!
I recently bought a Kodak Digital camera (DC3400 Zoom)to use with my Epson 870 Photo printer and the results are really great. My wife said, "the details in these photo's are better than the ones we get from our 35mm!" Two things that I've determined are - 1. Use Epson Photo Quality Glossy Paper 2. Use a good software pgm. I downloaded Ulead Photo Explorer 6.0 for free; it is really good. The software that came with the printer, makes my system shut down. Even the software that came with my camera isn't good. Kodak and Epson need to get a clue when it comes to software, otherwise, they're GREAT!

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Printer, but paper selections limited
This is a wonderful printer if you want to eliminate the corner photo lab,and all the time, money (and film) wasted there. Digital photography has freed me up to finally KNOW what I'm getting before it's printed. The 870 prints fabulous prints that rival the professional photo lab, and I love the Film Factory software included. Although to really do a more perfect job of manipulating the photos, there's nothing out there that beats Adobe.....I have both Adobe and Film Factory. Film Factory gives me what Adobe doesn' easy to use place to store and catagorize my prints, and see thumbnails of them all at once. My only objection to the Epson 870 is the limitation of paper I can use with it. I've seen and tried the new Epson Glossy Photo Paper, 4x6 (perforated edges) as well as the new Epson Glossy Photo Paper borderless. Another size I like to print are 5x7's. The Epson will not print a 5x7 on 5x7 paper,(competitor brand, I don't see that Epson sells a 5x7 size). To do these sizes properly with the 870, I have to use a 8 1/2 x 11 sheet of paper, what a waste of paper and money. Unfortunately, the Epson 870 is not set up to use these papers automatically, and that's a real shame, because I see here and at other consumer review sites, that this printer is extremely WHY doesn't Epson make 4x6 and 5x7 (cut sheets)paper especially for this printer?? Other than that...the speed is very fast, quality is outstanding and overall, I'm very happy with my purchase.

1-0 out of 5 stars expensive cartridges and a menace to the environment
Forget about it. My husband and I bought this printer a while ago, and all I can say is that it hurts my stomach every time I use it. The cartridges are overly expensive, and once any of the four colors of the color cartridge runs out, it refuses to print, even if you are not using that specific color. Then the cartridges are absolutely unrecyclable. Nobody accepts it, and when I called customer service which is located in Canada, they told me that they are saving the ones they use, just in case they become recyclable at some point. We feel terrible about junking this bundle of polluting plastic, so we use it when needed, but if we could go back, we would NEVER, EVER buy this printer. If you think the price is nice, make your calculations with the expense of cartridges. Laser printers are going down in price and are as good as this, the prints will last longer, and they are not as environmentally unconscious.

4-0 out of 5 stars Six months with Epson 870
I use this printer for semi-professional image production making fine art-type 8x10 prints. Color saturation is very uniform with great depth and fine color matching, print after print. Lucky for me, the monitor and Adobe Photoshop are very accurate, so I do get what I see on the screen. My gallery prints are mostly 7x9, using a tiff setting on the 1.3 meg Olympus, I get a large file that can handle 7x9 in.just fine. One complaint, this printer really uses up the color ink cart. I count average of 36 full color 7x9 prints on heavy matt paper! When the cart. is low, the software will take it down even lower on nxt. boot-up and then you will not be able to use even the full blk.cart., thus locking up the printer until you put in a new color cart. I think the idea is to sell more $24. ink cartridges.

the results are worth it for me and perhaps for you.

4-0 out of 5 stars Ok photoprint, good general use
I bought the Epson Photo Stylus on the basis on superior technical stats and excellent reviews from numerous sources (ZdNet, ComputerShopper etc ...). I have been mostly happy with it as a general purpose printer but I have found it somewhat frustrating to use as a photo printer.

The printer is easy to install and easy to calibrate. The print quality is good and the bundled extras are ok (Photo Delux is very useful, Epson Photo Factory is very light weight).

However, it is very difficult to achieve "photolab" quality results without significant tinkering. I find that only very good quality digital pictures will print to near (emphasize near) photo quality if done on the correct paper (only Epson brand matte paper seems to work) after 2 or 3 attempts at modifying the colour and print settings. I am sure that I could eliminate my need to play around with the setting with some more experimentation but it is going to take a lot more time and ink/paper to finally get the hang of it. If you are buying this printer expecting to get photo quality results out of the box, please be aware that this is not going to happen.

I am sure that true photo buffs can get excellent results with this printer but the average consumer is going to be a little frustrated. On the other hand, it makes a great general purpose colour printer that produces good quality output for print and graphics. ... Read more

47. Epson Stylus CX3200 All-in-One Multifunction
list price: $149.99
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Asin: B00006LHRR
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 15373
Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars
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A high-value performer that delivers remarkable results and incredible flexibility, the Epson Stylus CX3200 offers PC-free color copying, 48-bit scanning, and high-quality color printing. Compatible with both Windows and Macintosh, this versatile multifunction boasts 5,760 x 720 optimized dpi, tiny 4-picoliter ink droplets, and print speeds of up to 14 ppm for black and 10 ppm for color. Quick-drying inks deliver prints that won't smudge or bleed.

The Epson Stylus CX3200 also offers 600 x 1,200 dpi color scanning. You can scan photos, text, or graphics directly to Epson Smart Panel software to fax, e-mail, or use in your favorite business or creative application. The unit is backed by a one-year warranty. ... Read more


  • Prints, copies, and scans
  • Up to 14 ppm black, up to 10 ppm color printing
  • Up to 5,760 x 720 optimized dpi
  • 600 x 1,200 dpi scanning, 9,600 enhanced; 48-bit color
  • USB interface; PC and Mac compatible

Reviews (15)

5-0 out of 5 stars Epson Stylus CX3200 : Great Value 3 in 1
I bought this 3 in 1 to replace an older epson 580 printer, which eventually expired after 3 years use.I like Epson printers I think they give good value for money and the print quality is good for the price range.My old Epson 580 was very noisy the cx3200 is noticeably quieter, and is of a superior build quality.

The cx3200 represents great value for money combining a printer,scanner and stand alone photocopier,a very usefull feature you do not get with all 3 in 1 machines.(no PC connection required).

The cx3200 falls somewhere bettween the home user and the small office user and would be at its best in a home business environment, where it is robust enough to cope with sizable print jobs, without being overlarge and industrial for the home environment.

The one overwhelming problem with this printer is the cost of the ink carts £20, and £28 for the original Epson cartridges . Also the cartridges are fitted with an intelligent chip which records the ink levels inside the cartridge. This chip is designed so that the cartridge must be thrown away and a new one purchased as when you refil the cartridge the chip does not register the refil.without this information the printer will not function.

As with most printers compatibles can be purchased for half the price, and refil kits seem to be the only affordable way of running the machine.This leaves the problem of the intelligent chip, which renders the cartridge unusable after use. This problem has been overcome by at least one ink supplier on the web who sell for about £10 a chip resetter which means you can refil the Epson cartridges that come with the machine about 10 times before it wears out, and if you buy your ink refil bottles at the right place you can refil your cartridge for about £1, as opposed to Epsons £28 a time refil for colour and £20 for black.I think this works with the other new Epson printers which also use this new system of cartridges.

With this problem overcome it makes the cx3200 a very attractive prospect being economical to run and producing very high quality images.

I have been taking some digital macro photography recently and the printed photos from this printer have been very crisp and detailed indeed.

At the other end of the scale I have also been using it for b&w text copying which it does very clearly and quickly.

I have not owned a scanner before and have found this a very usefull adition. The scanner allows you to pre-scan the image to make sure you have the correct alignment and then offers a range of resolutions to scan the image proper. The best resolution can the be selected depending on the speed of your computer and size of your hard drive. I have found that with a laptop it is better to choose a lower resolution or the speed of scanning and saving becomes too slow to be usable.

I have found this printer works well with windows 98 on my laptop though I have read reviews to the contrary about windows 98, I have had no problems.

There is only one real problem I have had with this printer and that it can be prone to paper jams for no apparent reason. The settings for the paper preferences are not very specific and do not cope with all kinds of paper I have tried. I used a cheap unbranded paper for a while which I found was very prone to jamming, probably because I have not found the correct paper setting, but this is very much trial and error as the paper settings on the machine are very vague.
I have also used Kodak and Epson paper for which the machine is optimised and had no problems at all. I do not think it is a serious problem but this aspect of the machine could have been better designed

I would recommend this machine to anyone upgrading from an ordinary printer to a 3 in 1,or just replacing an existing multi function printer.

4-0 out of 5 stars A Simple All-in-One Printer
After owning an Epson 880 printer, I decided to upgrade to an multifunction printer for it's features. I needed a printer/ scanner/copier. This is the printer for me. The plus side is it's simple features, ease of use, and price. The b/w copier makes the copies with simple push of the button. It also does color copy. The software allows me view my scanned pictures in a picture gallery, rename it, and then save the ones I want only. The printing quality for photo paper is acceptable. After comparison shopping, I found this model under $$$$ after rebate. Also, an added bonus, the printer comes with a USB cable connection($$$ value) which most printers require you to buy separately. The negatives are that XP Windows user should download a update/patch from for the software to run properly. No problem, I followed the instructions and the printer is up and running. The paper did jam once so I removed the paper and redid the print job. No problems with jamming since then. All in all, the Epson cx3200 is a reliable printer, scanner, and copier. It makes sense to own this printer for any small home business wanting to save time and money.

1-0 out of 5 stars What a disappointment
I've been trying to get this printer to work for three days with no luck. I have a Mac operating on OS X 10.3.3 and downloaded the latest printer driver off the Epson site. Every time I try to print, the printer stalls out on me ("Print job stopped"). I've uninstalled and installed again, to no avail. The Epson help site is useless. All my previous printers have been HPs and I wish I had stuck to them. This printer is also the loudest machine I've ever had -- really annoying. In all, I'd say I wasted $50 (after rebate) on what looks like a very large and ugly doorstopper. Don't buy this machine!

1-0 out of 5 stars crappest printer ever!!!
I bought this printer about a year ago and ever since i bought it theres been problems. First when i got it i suppose it printed ok pictures but after a few days there was lines and streaks all over my color pictures, also the black text had lots of lines and spots of black ink where there shouln't be. After that the printer wouldn't work it kept saying communication error, so i could not print off the computer, only photo copy which was crap and took ages!!!

1-0 out of 5 stars It's A Wreck!!!
At first all of the features worked great, I have had this printer for only nine months and now the only feature still working relatively well is the black and white copying. The paper, no matter what quality it is, jams constantly. Numerous pages get sucked into the printer causing print job to sometime printo on two sheets rather than one. When printing in color, forget about it. There are streaks and lines through color prints, event the most simple two color red and black small graphics come out scratched. All of this even after cleaning the heads, aligining the heads, and doing nozzle checks as suggested by Epson. I don't know how other Epson products rate but this one is horrible and has caused me to have to use friends printers because I am in college and cannt afford another one. ... Read more

48. Epson Stylus CX6400 All-in-One Multifunction
list price: $239.99
our price: $180.49
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Asin: B0000CD02S
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 1372
Average Customer Review: 3.96 out of 5 stars
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The Epson Stylus CX6400 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, in draft mode), while a 4-by-6-inch photo takes approximately 72 seconds.

The CX6400 has a standard input capacity of 150 sheets and accepts 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 to 8.5 by 44 inches.

You can print photo directly from your digital camera's memory card. The CX6400 supports CompactFlash type I and II, MultiMedia Card, IBM Microdrive, xD-Picture Card, Sony Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro, Memory Stick Duo, MagicGate Memory Stick, SmartMedia, and Secure Digital. Scan-to-memory card technology lets you easily store images for future use.

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. Copy speeds are as fast as 16 cpm, 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 CX6400 connects via a high-speed USB 2.0 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 standby. Compatible with both Mac and PC, the CX6400 also comes backed by a one-year limited warranty.

What's in the Box
Epson Stylus CX6400 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
  • Up to 1,200 x 2,400 dpi optical scan resolution, 48-bit color
  • Slots for digital-camera memory cards
  • USB 2.0 interface; PC and Mac compatible

Reviews (23)

2-0 out of 5 stars Nice Hardware, Poor software (on MacOSX)
I am very satisfied with the print quality, borderless on photo paper is just stunning.
As a scanner the printer is really hampered, on Mac OSX, by the supplied drivers: The installer crashed a number of times, the "Smart controller" often unexpectedly quits.
Also, the screens in the "scan and save" function have many field that I just can't edit, for example the Format where you could choose between PDF, JPEG is stuck at JPEG, a real bummer. The resolution field is also unmodifiable.

The software is obviously a bad port from windows, as it does not obey the most basic keyboard shortcuts (cmd-W to close a window does not work, cannot tab between fields etc). The "Smart panel" is laughable, especialy its "advanced settings" that's totally useless.
If I had known this I would not have bought the printer.

And yes, I went to Epson site to get the latest drivers&software.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Multifunction Printer!
After doing a lot of research and talking to friends I finally decided on the Epson CX6400, and so far it has been great! It produces great color prints and can print crisp, clear, dark black text at about 10ppm. The photos it print are with rich colors and are clear. PHOTOPAPAPER REALLY ENHANCES QUALITY! It can copy about as fast as a standard copy machine, and can print directly from compact flash, memory stick, and SM cards. Setup was very fast and easy to do, it has a illustrated setup guide included. It can also act as a card reader for your digital camera. It does not have a fax machine included with it. The only other drawback that I have seen so far was the time it takes to start printing, about 30 seconds. The features are:

Color Printing-approx. 5ppm
Monochrome Printing-approx. 10ppm
Color Scanning
Color Copying
Card Reader

I recommend this printer to anyone looking for an affordable multifunction color printer. Epson remains a great supplier of printers!

Update: I have just printed a 41 page document with color images and text. I was able to print it double sided very easily, and did not have to rearrange the pages at all. Double sided printing is very good, and the printer has remained solid the whole time I have owned it.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Value
I bought this printer a little over a month ago, and I am completely satisfied. I used the card reader for photo prints for the first time last week and I really liked the process. Prints came out very nice. Comparable to an HP photosmart printer, but I feel like the epson prints were much nicer because you don't have to wait for ink to dry. Colors are just as vivid as an HP photo printer. But I do suggest that you buy DuraBrite Photo paper. This optimizes the photos appearance.

The printer is very easy to set up, Nice speed and very quiet. This is a great value for anyone looking for a quality multi-function printer. Especially with the great rebate Amazon is offering at the moment. The only reason I gave it 4 stars is because it is a little bulky. But that is expected from a multi-function printer. I would LOVE for these to shrink a tad bit!

3-0 out of 5 stars Printer paper has to be loaded from the back
I have only used HP and wanted to change to a printer that has individual color - I don't know what HP was thinking when they made color in one cartidge! I don't like the fact the paper has to be loaded from the back - didn't even know they made a printer like this. I am returning mine and will probably go back to a HP again. I don't like the time it takes to start printing either. When I put several sheets of paper in the paper holder it took all of them so it messed up the printing but that could just have been the way I loaded it. I don't think envelopes can be printed with it but I could be wrong - not keeping it long enough to find out.

4-0 out of 5 stars So far, so good
Does everything well
Excellent value for the price!
Easy to use
It does shake quite a bit
Nothing else so far.

I would give it a 4+ ... Read more

49. Epson V13H010L25 Lamp Module for EMP-S1
list price: $199.99
our price: $184.99
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Asin: B00009ON20
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 8909
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50. Epson 820S Photo Inkjet Printer (Silver)
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B000067VKW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 9970
Average Customer Review: 2.74 out of 5 stars
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Epson combines brilliant color with 2,880 x 720 dpi resolution in the Stylus Photo S820. Epson's PRINT Image Matching technology oversees six fast-drying color photo inks that are formed into superfine 4-picoliter droplets, resulting in bright, accurate, true-to-life color. The S820's prints are frequently indistinguishable from standard photographs, making this an ideal printer for professional applications as well as the home office.

Print speed is a respectable 12 ppm for black-and-white prints, while a 4-by-6-inch photo takes roughly 48 seconds. The S820 supports a wide variety of media types, including standard letter-size paper; greeting cards; banners up to 44 inches; and 4-by-6-inch, 5-by-7-inch, and 8-by-10-inch borderless papers. The input tray holds 100 sheets or 10 envelopes, and the output tray holds 30 sheets.

The software bundle includes Epson Software Film Factory with Print Image Matching support, Arcsoft PhotoImpression 3.0, and QBeo PhotoGenetics 2.0 TE. Installation and connectivity are easy, with USB and parallel ports provided. Compatible with both Windows and Macintosh, the Photo S820 comes with a one-year warranty and is backed by the Epson Exchange program. ... Read more


  • Up to 2,880 x 720 dpi resolution
  • Uses 6-color quick-drying inks for smudge-free results
  • Supports border-free printing on letter-size paper
  • Prints up to 12 pages per minute in black, or a 4 x 6 inch photo in 48 seconds
  • Parallel and USB interfaces; PC and Mac compatible

Reviews (42)

5-0 out of 5 stars Incredible value--no problem at all
First of all, if you want a general printer that you can use to print documents and spreadsheets, don't get this printer. This is a PHOTO printer (hint from its name) it's designed to print PHOTOS. So don't be surprised if it is an ink hog (which it is). It's like buying a muscle car or a SUV and complain about it's gas mileage. Another thing to keep in mind is that even though you can't change the individual colors in the 5 colors (not 3 colors!) cartridge, it is very unlikely to run out of ink in one color while there is plenty of other colors' ink, unless you keep on printing similar color photos (like you only print sunset or ocean photos). If you print all kind of photos, it won't be a problem. Ink cartridges are about average priced, there are other cheap ones but I have not tried those yet. I have been using this printer for a few months already, yet I have not seen any clogging problem as mentioned by others and now Epson has released a new driver and this printer is supposed to be able to print 5760x720 dpi. The prints are absolutely amazing (especially for a printer at this price), the 6 color cartridge really made the difference. I am currently taking a photography class, and have to make prints all the time, even my instructor was surprised by how good the quality of the prints are from a printer in this price range. I have tried a bunch of photo papers, from the cheap CompUSA to Kodak paper, but Epson's own photo paper seems to work best with this printer. I haven't noticed the noise problem as well, it is just as noisy as other printers that I have used before. But it is kind of slow, I only have USB 1.1, but I think even with 2.0, the speed won't improve much.

UPDATE: I had purposely left it untouched for more than a month (all I did was kept the cover up), and just printed a few photos, there was absolutly no clogging whatsever, the prints look as good as ever.

1-0 out of 5 stars Terrible Printer...Don't go this route...
I agree with the folks who discuss clogged print heads. This is a miserable printer and when I approached Epson about it...they were quite flippant and not too helpful. Told me how wonderful it was...not very professional customer service. Yes...It did not cost I am only out all those ink cartridges where I had to do the "clean head" function about 15 times. The final straw was running the "clean head" function 17 times, and still not getting them cleaned. Do I send it back? Nope...I don't want another one and they would not upgrade. It goes in the trash can. I would recommend the Canon i960. Amazon carries it too. I really have a bad taste in my mouth for Epson at this point.

1-0 out of 5 stars Clogged Print heads
Replacing this printer. The print heads clog all the time if you do not shut the printer off each time after using. Cannot leave on a network. Ink is expesnive because when you run out of one color the whole cartridge has to be replaced. Reading the reviews here confirmed what i had feared that there was a design flaw here and that i was wasting my money on ink cartridges. It is cheaper to just buy a new printer than to keep on buying cartridges for this lemon.

1-0 out of 5 stars Worst Printer Ever Owned
I was looking to upgrade from an old HP 672. I had heard some good things about Epson printers and the research I did seemed to indicate that this would be a good buy. I guess sometimes no matter how much you do your research you can still get a lemon.

I have had nothing but issues with this printer from day one. For one it seems to have to go through some kind of obscure primitive ritual when you hit the print button. It does this crazy back an forth dance for about 15 secs before finally sucumbing to your will and print what you requested. The biggest issue I have with this printer is that if it sits without printing for more than a day the inkjets clog and you have to sit through at least two head cleaning sessions to get the thing to print clearly. Unless of course you don't mind blank lines through your text.

2-0 out of 5 stars Got discontinued because it was too cheap.
I am writing this to reassure you that the other writers are correct when they say Epson's inks is costly by running out fast. The printer manufacture base price of $80 is cheap relative to the high quality of the prints you get. So you most wonder where Epson is going to pull in their profit and that is the ink cartridges.

Epson's print quality has always been very good compared to the price. Its ink price/quality is a lot better then HP's printers. HP has more fancy built in features. I printed photo and graphic for my portfolio and they look great, no complaint here. I previous owned an HP720 and an Epson Photo 1200(half the dpi), which is an older model that takes self-refill. Epson newer models (820) are chipped and won't print with self-refill, the cheapest way to print.

With newer photo printer from Canon i960 (best) and Epson 300m (OK) with individual ink cartridges, it pushed the price of group cartridge printer down. The 820 is very boring printer, it just print. The design looks pain; there is only a few buttons. The Epson's driver is fairly good, but the ink indicator is just an average (base on how many page you printed), since the gauge level of all the colors are the same. Yes, the inks will clog if you don't use it consistently. Cleaning an Epson printer head is a nightmare, it takes a couple of round to take the streak out.

This product is a solid two stars and is discontinued. I sold mine to my roommate and got the Canon i960. ... Read more

51. Epson Perfection 1670 Photo Scanner
list price: $149.99
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Asin: B0000AOWX5
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 4737
Average Customer Review: 3.17 out of 5 stars
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The Perfection 1670 from Epson is a flatbed color photo scanner with a number of useful features and a reasonable price tag. With a 1,600 x 1,200 dpi maximum optical resolution and 48-bit color depth (16-bit grayscale), the 1670 delivers crisp, accurate, and true-to-life images perfect for a wide variety of home and home office uses.

Scanning speeds are as fast as 7.68 msec/line at 1,600 dpi and 5.12 msec/line at 600 dpi, while one-touch scan, copy, scan to e-mail, and scan to Web buttons help you automate these frequently utilized features. The included 35 mm transparency adapter accommodates both negatives and slides (up to three negatives or two slides), while the 8.5-by-11.7-inch scanning bed supports originals up to letter size.

Designed with photo and slide restoration in mind, the 1670 comes bundled with a variety of software applications designed to help you get the most out of your scans. Titles include Epson Scan with Easy Photo Fix Technology, ArcSoft PhotoImpression, Epson Smart Panel, ABBYY FineReader Sprint OCR, and NewSoft Presto! BizCard.

Weighing just 6.8 pounds, the 1670 has a small 10.8-by-16.5-inch footprint and connects to your computer via its USB port. The 1670 utilizes a white cold cathode fluorescent lamp and Epson's MatrixCCD line sensor and consumes 17 W of power. PC and Mac compatible, the 1670 also comes backed with a one-year limited warranty on both parts and labor.

What's in the Box
Epson Perfection 1670 Photo Scanner; 35mm transparency adapter (built into scanner lid); 35mm film holder for slides and film strips; CD-ROM with Epson Scan Software, Creativity and Productivity Software, and Electronic Reference Guide; USB 2.0/1.1 cable; AC adapter and power cable; scanner setup poster; warranty information ... Read more


  • One-touch color restoration with Epson Easy Photo Fix technology
  • 1,600 x 3,200 dpi hardware resolution
  • Built-in 35mm slide and filmstrip adapter
  • Complete software bundle for photo enhancements and more
  • Hi-Speed USB 2.0 connectivity; PC and Mac compatible

Reviews (12)

2-0 out of 5 stars Unhappy with slide scanning
In interests of full disclosure, I was only interested in using the scanner to scan family slides, and I returned the scanner after one week.

On the positive side, installation was a breeze in Windows XP. Epson includes a high-speed USB 2.0 cable, which was a nice extra, as most companies skimp here. I was also intrigued by the "touch up old faded photos" software. I have had great experiences with Epson scanners before: in the past I have found Epson scanners to be among the fastest and most accurate, and they have, in the past, included the best OCR software free. I was disappointed that this scanner included ABBYY's OCR software, which is inferior to the OCR software Epson included with last year's scanners. (See CNET's reviews of OCR software.)

After hooking up, I scanned a photo using the included software and automatic settings. The scan went well. I was a little surprised that the automatic settings default to 300 dpi scanning (whether for photos or slides), but higher settings produce images so large in (initially uncompressed) megabytes as to slow down my relatively new Dell computer with 128 meg RAM. Scanning the photo went quickly.

Things did not go as well with the slide scanning. While the software is quite easy to manage, whether in automatic or manual settings, a few annoyances interfere with what could otherwise be quite a successful suite. First off, the scanning software uses overlapping windows for such (simultaneous) windows as the preview window, the scanned pictures window, and the manual settings window, but none of these have separate tabs or "buttons" in the Windows XP taskbar, so it is difficult to move each out of the way to find the other ones. I'm unsure how they even accomplished this, as I've never used a program in XP that didn't produce a button on the taskbar corresponding to an open window. At first this was an annoyance, but after three days, it was crazy infuriating, as it makes it difficult not only to deal with the scanner windows themselves which keep hiding each other, but it also makes very cumbersome to multitask with any other programs. When the scanner is scanning, its software window sometimes will not hide, and then when you do hide it, you can't bring it to the fore again without minimizing the other programs' windows, or it will bring to the fore the wrong window. How Epson can commission an expertly performing software application, but have it without corresponding window-tabs, is typical of today's rush-to-the-market user-unfriendly software. I suppose it doesn't matter when scanning the occasional piece, but it certainly ain't fun when you're scanning the family photo album.

But the final straw was that after hours of scanning various slides at different resolutions, I could not produce a scan that was not SLIGHTLY blurry. Since some of my slides were taken by professional photographers and look crystal clear on the wall, I scuttled my project and returned the scanner. Why spend a week converting the family slides for permanent sharing and archiving, and getting a blurry scan? I have read that this is a common problem with inexpensive scanners: I suspect that if you take the slide out of its white cardboard frame, so it can lay perfectly flat, they might be in focus, but I don't want to ruin my slides. Seems to me that if they can put an autofocus mechanism in extremely cheap cameras, they could have figured out a way to autofocus the slides in this slide-scanning scanner.

4-0 out of 5 stars One fast! scanner
Let me start with a disclaimer- all I want out of a scanner is fast scanning of B&W/gray scale material in an office environment. I have bought/tested several suposedly fast scanners and I have been disappointed (the Canon I bought thinks about scanning for 45 seconds, then it scans!)Well the Epson delivers- scanning at 200 dpi I can do partial pages in 5-6 seconds and full pages in 12 seconds (that's from the time you press scan to the end) You can bypass the preview mode and send the scans directly to a program or file. The software has good (you can save all the scan settings for different scans) and bad points (it seems basackwards sometimes-ex. some features only activate after you do a preview scan)
Can't comment on other features i don't use but for $$$ this is a speed demon!

1-0 out of 5 stars Terrible software, no 800 support
The Copy Utility software does not work in WinXP. Apparently there is a conflict with the twain and twunk files that Windows uses. After 7+ hours...on my dime...with advanced tech support they gave up and said they can't do anything about the problem. The copy program is unusable and they said "too bad".
They don't have an 800 number so you must pay to get their problems fixed.
The Abby OCR program only works half the time. Many documents come out with gibberish on them. Poor program.

Epson quality has definitely gone downhill. Will never buy another Epson product again.

5-0 out of 5 stars I would buy it again!
I would buy this scanner again.... maybe it's not perfect but I'm happy with the scanner. Those who are crying about the 1670 should have spent $500 for a scanner instead of $125 if their standards are so high. It was easy to install (Win XP) and it does a good job scanning photos and documents. I'm surprised at how much I've used it. I haven't scanned any slides yet so I can't comment. It may not be a professional quailty scanner, but it's darn good for small business and home use.... a good buy for the money.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good Value for Home Use
Working on a compact budget, I was looking for something I could use to scan photos, negatives, and slides that would approach quality amateur level.

For photo scans, I was impressed by the speed, the quality was average or slightly better than average.

For slide scans, I found that if you have an image with a lot of black or very dark space, the scanner/software gets confused and it took several tries to get it right; sometimes, it wouldn't happen at all. Otherwise, slide scanning was fine. Nothing to write home about, but adequate.

I've had much better luck with film negative scans. Colors come out rich and detail is fine. The higher resolutions take forever, but the results are worth it.

I tried playing with the three different software settings: full-on automatic, pro, and home use. I haven't bothered with the automatic mode, it was too restrictive. The professional setting is more trouble than it's worth, for the most part. Great if you want to play around with colors and such for the fun of it, but trying to use it for color correction was more of a hassle. The 'home' setting works best for me 95% of the time.

There are better scanners out there, but for the price, this is a fine little machine. ... Read more

52. Epson T007201 Black Ink Cartridge Twin Pack (T007201-Bundle)
list price: $39.99
our price: $39.99
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Asin: B0001Z5SDS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 2383
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  • 2 model T007201 black ink cartridges
  • For popular Epson Stylus Photo printers
  • Each cartridge yields up to 370 pages
  • Water-resistant, smudge-resistant formula
  • Ideal for printing text or digital photos

53. Epson Stylus C44UX Inkjet Printer

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Asin: B0000B3ALX
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 11844
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Epson's affordable Stylus C44UX inkjet printer provides convenient home printing with 2,880 x 720 optimized dpi, high-speed (11 ppm black, 5.5 ppm color) printing, and a user-friendly interface. The compact printer uses Epson Micro Piezo inkjet technology, variable droplet technology, and tiny, 6-picoliter ink droplets to deliver vivid color and detail. The C44UX works with a multitude of papers--including glossy and matte photo paper, photo stickers, and transparencies--and comes with one black and one tri-color ink cartridge filled with brilliant, quick-drying inks.

USB connectivity facilitates quick setups on both Windows and Macintosh computers. The C44UX is backed with a one-year warranty that includes the Epson exchange program.

What's in the Box
Epson Stylus C44UX inkjet printer, one black (T036120) and one tri-color (T037020) ink cartridge, printer documentation, and a CD-ROM containing printer software (Windows and Macintosh); USB cable not included ... Read more


  • Up to 11 ppm black text and 5.5 ppm color
  • Up to 2,880 x 720 optimized dpi with 6-picoliter ink droplets
  • Supports variety of media, including photo paper, stickers, and transparencies
  • Simple setup, plug-and-play design
  • USB connectivity, PC and Macintosh compatible

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Slow but accurate
I originally purchased this printer to do crude color labels. When I tried using it for photo output, it turned out to be quite good. It takes a long time to produce a 7.5 x 5 print on heavy 8.5 x 11 matte photo paper, like, about 12 to 15 minutes, but the results are excellent. One set of cartridges will print out about 75 large size photo prints. The accuracy is excellent and the resolution is excellent also. I've used older HP color printers and there were always problems with banding or ink wash out, or something or other, but this little printer has produced very consistent, good quality prints. I have gotten the best photo enlarging results using Epson Premium Lustre Photo Paper. I'm not sure how fast the more expensive printers are, but if time is no object, this printer is a good choice.

3-0 out of 5 stars Nifty little printer

After a thorough search and reviews, it came down to Epson.
The ink supplier's cost for Epson cartridges was very reasonable and based on that and Epson's reputation, I went with the Epson C44UX.

It's a slim, space saving printer. Measures about 17" which fit on my shelf very nicely. It's lightweight, but most printers today are lightweight. I was very concerned about the ink cartridges and was pleased that it took two ink cartridges. ...

This Epson has an ink status screen. When it prints the status box pops up and you see how much ink is available.

This printer is noisy, as are all inkjet printers. It's a poor paper grabber. Better to put 10 sheets in the feeder tray vs. a lot. ....

The printing speed is average, about 6 ppm. The color is brilliant.

The USB cable connection accommodates the newer computers. The USB cable is not included with the printer, which will require an additional $10 cost

Installing the CD software drivers was a snap. Just put the CD in the tray and it instantly started up.

Overall, This printer will be used for short-term until I can afford to get a better printer. ... Read more

54. EPSON Powerlite Home 10+ Multimedia Video Projector

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Asin: B0002KO9BE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 18181
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  • With an image resolution of 854x480, this is not HDTV capable. It is, however, compatible with progressive-scan devices such as DVD players

55. Epson PowerLite 51c Projector
list price: $1,999.99
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Asin: B00005U5BI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 16944
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The Epson PowerLite 51c is surprisingly portable at 6.8 pounds, has a modest footprint of just 9.1 by 11.9 inches, and sports an affordable price tag without sacrificing quality. It comes with an impressive array of features and specs that provide ease of use and a crisp, rich image.

The 51c provides a full 1,200 lumens of brightness and a high 400:1 contrast ratio. With three 0.7-inch high aperture LCDs at 800 x 600 SVGA resolution each, image detail and color clarity are assured. A digital comb filter improves video clarity, increases contrast, and reduces digital errors.

The 51c has an aspect ratio of 4:3 and is driven by a TFT active matrix, which, combined with 24-bit color, produces high-quality images. Depending on the distance to the projection surface (usually 1 to 11 meters), screen size can range from 28 to 300 inches. The unit has a manual focus and digital zoom capability.

The 51c is ready to use right out of the box. It supports a number of video inputs and formats. For PC output, it has a mini D-sub 15-pin connector; for video, it supports NTSC, PAL, SECAM, and HDTV (480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i) and has inputs for RCA and S-video, as well as USB, PS/2, and ADB mouse ports. RCA and mini stereo jack inputs are provided for audio, which can be heard either through the built-in monaural speaker or a connected audio system (via a mini-stereo jack output).

The 51c comes with an easy-to-use remote control and has a four-button control panel as well as mouse control. Epson provides a comprehensive two-year warranty on parts and labor. ... Read more


  • Ultra-portable multimedia projector, weighs just 6.8 pounds
  • 1,200 ANSI lumens for bright images in nearly any environment
  • 800 x 600 SVGA resolution; 15 degree digital keystone correction
  • Kensington-style lock; soft carry case
  • 2-year international warranty

56. Epson Perfection 1660 Photo Scanner
list price: $149.99
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Asin: B00006AMSF
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 12354
Average Customer Review: 3.75 out of 5 stars
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  • 1,600 x 3,200 dpi optical resolution, 12,800 dpi interpolated
  • True 48-bit scans for remarkable color accuracy
  • Built-in 35mm filmstrip adapter
  • Fast USB 2.0 connectivity
  • Easy 4-button automated scanning

Reviews (40)

5-0 out of 5 stars Fantastic for the common user
I am not a scanner buff by any stretch of the imagination, and have only owned one other scanner before this one, but I know what I like. I like the Epson Perfection 1660. From its crisp scanned images to its sleek design, this scanner is a winner. But, setting aside how it looks, or how well it scans, leaves you with software. Epson SmartPanel is superb. Push a button on the scanner, and the software launches automatically (you can run it by normal methods, too), giving you many options for the upcoming scan; whether you want to scan to a file, to an e-mail, to the web, to an application, or perform OCR on a document, this scanner/software combo can do it all. I was very impressed, and I think you will be, too.

One minor addition; for those who have had trouble with XP and the 1660, I just don't get it. I use XP Pro and had the most effortless and simple install imagineable. The scanner works flawlessly with XP's own scanner/camera wizard, and Smartpanel works perfectly. You folks are doing something wrong.

2-0 out of 5 stars Get the CanoScan LIDE 30 instead.
I've installed this scanner under OS X (download the TWAIN driver, there's none included) and Windows 2000. I've also installed the less expensive Canon LIDE 30 under both environments.

I recommend the LIDE 30 for the reasons described below. In particular the Perfection 1660 has fine hardware, but the most abysmal documentation I've see in years. The installation is awkward and the software is unimpressive. Some of the software is specific to Epson printers, for example. Scan color under OS X has a bluish tinge, though that evaluation is complicated by the lack of Epson documentation on ColorSync settings. When you do a scan the progress box is immovable and sits atop all windows -- so you can't work during a scan. A minor point, but it illustrates how unrefined the Epson software is.

Additional comparison to the CanoScan LIDE 30 (emphasis is on OS X, but much of this is true for Win2K:

1. Image quality (color picture, 300 dpi, 24 bit)
Both seem to produce excellent color photo scans, though on the Mac the EPSON colors were a bit bluish.
CanoScan > Epson

2. Durability and reliability. The EPSON feels more rugged and
durable, as befits it's significantly higher price.
Epson > CanonScan

3. Convenience. The Epson seems to be about 4 times bigger and heavier than the LIDE 30. The LIDE 30 gets its power from the USB bus, the Epson needs yet another power brick (and we have no room to spare!). The LIDE can be stored on its side.
CanoScan >>> Epson.

4. Performance. The CanoScan is at least twice as fast with a USB 1.0 connection, and probably even faster with a 2.0 (though the images I'm taking aren't huge).
Epson >> CanoScan

5. Drivers (OS X). The CanoScan uses a PhotoShop Plug-In compatible with GraphicConverter, Canon's software, and PhotoShop like products), the Epson uses a TWAIN driver. I thought that OS X (in particular) would have native support for the Epson, but in fact this is no advantage. Without installation of the TWAIN driver Image Capture acquires only a very low res image (400K TIFF). After installing the
TWAIN driver Image Capture behaves exactly the same way, but
GraphicConverter will get an image. The image acquisition software seems similar, with the EPSON having the advantage of more control over embedded color tables and ColorSync use; but I'm not sure the ColorSync setting are doing anything! The EPSON is biased however to EPSON's peculiar proprietary color matching software. I didn't pay attention to the rest of the bundled s/w, but I thought the CanoScan had a slight advantage overall. The Epson OS X TWAIN installation should be straightforward, but for some bizarre reason one has to burrow through folders and extractions to fine a nice simple disk image. CanoScan installation was bizarre, but the front buttons work under OS X. The Epson buttons don't work under OS X (not that I would use them anyway!)
CanoScan > Epson

6. Cost. The EPSON is almost twice the cost of the CanoScan.
CanoScan >> EPSON (much better, not more expensive!)

7. Support. The Epson web site is fair. Tech support is by phone or mail. Canon has a very good web site.
CanoScan >> EPSON

8. Documentation. Excellent on the CanoScan, worst I've ever seen for the Epson.
CanoScan >>> Epson.

9. Bundled software. Epson has none for OS X, fair to poor for Mac Classic and Windows. CanoScan is fair for OS X, fair to good for Windows.
CanoScan >> Epson.

8. Other features. The EPSON has a negative scanner that's said to work (I've not tested it).
Epson >> CanoScan

5-0 out of 5 stars Inexpensive to Buy - Quality is Better than Most
I bought this scanner in a hurry to complete a project. In turned into being a better scanner than my expensive one.

It installs quickly and the software that is provided with it is adequate or you can use your own software easily. If you are planning on scanning mostly text you may want to get a better OCR software product. The scanner does a great job and then it is up to the character recognition software to finish the job.

If you scan a photograph and print on quality paper it it does the job of a photo scanner. Everything I have scanned with this scanner from text to photographs is high quality.

I am considering buying a second one at the price that is offered. It's a DEAL.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Real Workhorse!
I am 65 and after 40+ years of marriage, my wife and I had accumulated about 5,000 pictures and slides in albums, boxes, envelopes, etc. I have now finished scanning them all and have PhotoShopped, date-labeled, filed them in folders in "My Documents" and created CDs for the relatives. The Epson 1660 performed flawlessly! My conscience no longer nags me!

Based on my satisfaction, I looked to Epson for a combination printer/scanner/copier. (I left my scanner and printer at our Florida home) I bought the Epson Stylus CX5400 based on the very favorable user reviews and the remarkably low price. It too is a great product.

1-0 out of 5 stars I will never ever buy EPSON again
First, I'm computer professional and I've been doing this stuff for years and years. The Epson software for this scanner is flaky. I've used it under Windows 2000 and Windows XP and it is not reliable. Sure, when it works it's ok. But, quite often it pops up modal or non-modal but very non-standard Windows windows that you can't get to with Alt-TAB and they are not in the Task Manager. Basically, you're hosed and you need to reboot. If you've scanned a bunch of images in and they have not yet been saved to file, they are gone. You've just wasted a little bit of your life. And installing the drivers is another time that Epson gets to steal from your life.

Epson used to make the ONLY printer in the old days, but I don't know what they are doing now. But I do know that I will never buy an Epson product for the rest of my life. ... Read more

57. Epson Perfection 1260 Photo Scanner
list price: $149.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00006AMSD
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 12475
Average Customer Review: 2.89 out of 5 stars
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  • 1,200 x 2,400 dpi optical resolution, 9,600 dpi enhanced
  • True 48-bit color depth for rich scans
  • 35mm adapter for slides and negatives
  • Automated 4-button operation
  • Convenient USB connectivity

Reviews (18)

2-0 out of 5 stars Great price, good service, but not worth the bother!
I purchased this scanner from Dell, after doing my homework and looking at its good ratings, and I especially wanted the transparency adapter. It was supposed to be the model with the transparency adapter, but came without it. Dell would not even acknowledge my emails. The scanner did not work properly when scanning pictures. All scans were yellow and red! Epson was contacted and repaired the unit very quickly, but refused to replace it. It still makes weird sounds when scanning, but at least the colors are OK now. However, the software that came with the scanner is really weird and instructions are poor. Also, the OCR software is totally useless. It doesn't recognize text in columns, so each little section has to be scanned separately.

After using the Epson for a few weeks I gave up on it and have now purchased another brand.

4-0 out of 5 stars A very good home-use scanner
This is my first scanner but it has been a pleasure. It has never caused any trouble and has always done what I asked. Sometimes I struggle to get the 35mm adapter to work (the optional attachment) but other than that, this scanner has proved to be a very good purchase.

2-0 out of 5 stars What Junk-Software Sucks
What a waste of money. Purely a disaster. Lucky to get 2 scans without errors. Total frustration. messages:Scanner busy, scanner warming up; scanner not ready; scanner not available.
This makes the old Microtek look like a dream machine.
I have another Epson at home and the Smart Panel software is not so smart- there too- errors, lockups. I hope nobody else buys this garbage. Poor support terrible software.

3-0 out of 5 stars Epson Perfection 1260
The quality of the picture is great. Unfortunately, the people that wrote the software for this scanner had created a great deal of glitches; the interaction (if you get any) between the software and the scanner is user unfriendly.

2-0 out of 5 stars Beware...
When my HP Scanjet 3200C refused to work with Windows XP on my new computer, I decided to try the Epson Perfection 1260. The installing the scanner drivers were extremely easy. I didn't bother with the additional software since I have Photoshop 7. After quickly getting the scanner up and running, I noticed problems.

When pictures or color documents were scanned, they were usually a bit blurry. Sometimes they had a red line going through them, however, I didn't think much of it. I pretty much used the scanner for line art. That however should have been a warning sign as the quality of photos, magazine articles and covers I scanned seemed to get progressively worse. To make them look clear, I often had to clean up the lines in Photoshop.

Then came the final straw, when trying to scan a color drawing, the scan came out way too dim. Instead of a clear picture (or even a slightly blurred one) all I got was grayish fuzz. When I tried to scan a DVD cover as a test, all I got a lot of red and no color. All of this, and I've only had it for a few months, moderately using it from time to time. All in all, I'd say my money was wasted.

So far I'd say if you're looking for something easy to install and use, that also scans clean line art, then go for it. For anything and everything else, the low price isn't worth it. ... Read more

58. Epson Expression 1680PRO Professional Scanner
list price: $1,299.99
our price: $1,154.99
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Asin: B00005AVCI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 28087
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The Epson Expression 1680 Professional Scanner offers high performance for graphics professionals and photographers. While delivering trillions of colors with 1,600 x 3,200 dpi resolution and 48-bit internal color depth, it produces consistently sharp, vibrant colors, subtle highlights, and shadow details.

Epson's ColorTrue II Imaging System and Matrix CCD technology combine custom optics, a Xenon lamp, and dynamic range control to administer high-speed image processing. 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.

Flexible in handling a wide range of originals up to 8.5 by 11.7 inches, the 1680 Pro Scanner also offers a transparency unit to accommodate 35mm to 8-by-10-inch transparencies. Epson's Dual-Focus Mechanism and film holder eliminate Newton ring problems. The 1680 Professional Scanner scans images and text documents into almost any application, including e-mail and fax.

The 1680 Pro Scanner provides networkable high-speed image processing for increased productivity and meets the critical values demanded by graphics professionals. Compatible with Mac and PC units, the scanner supports both USB and SCSI-2 connectivity as well as an option for FireWire (Epson part B808342).

The 1680 Professional Scanner provides easy scanning software for consistent, quality output. The premium software bundle includes MonacoEZcolor (calibration), Adobe Photoshop LE, NewSoft Presto Page Manager, LaserSoft SilverFast Ai5, and ScanSoft textBridge Pro with Epson Twain Pro scanner utilities. ... Read more


  • 1,600 x 3,200 dpi optical resolution
  • ColorTrue II imaging system, true 48-bit color, 3.6 Dmax
  • High-speed SCSI-2 and USB interfaces, FireWire optional
  • Dual-Focus Mechanism; Premium software bundle
  • PC and Mac compatible

59. Epson Stylus Color 1520 Inkjet Printer
list price: $549.99
our price: $499.99
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Asin: B00004Z9LO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 24224
Average Customer Review: 2.91 out of 5 stars
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With the Epson Stylus Color 1520, you can print four-color, 1,440 x 720dpi quality shots--everything from portfolios and soft proofs to panoramics andexhibition prints--with its drop-on-demand Micro Piezo and halftoningtechnologies. Also, you can lay text over any image. Quick-drying inks protectyour prints from smudging or bleeding. Instead of making endless trips to yourneighborhood photo lab, let the Epson Stylus Color 1520 ink-jet printer becomeyour own desktop photo lab. It delivers matte paper prints in under four minutesand semigloss prints in less than six minutes. The 64 KB input buffer swiftlyhandles large files.

The 1520 is both Macintosh and PC compatible. It is backed by a two-year limitedwarranty. ... Read more


  • 1,440 x 720 dpi, photo-quality printing
  • Versatile paper handling from 4 by 4 inches to 17 by 22 inches
  • Network capable with optional interfaces
  • Windows and Macintosh compatible
  • Micro Piezo ink technology

Reviews (11)

4-0 out of 5 stars Solid, but only MacOS9 compatible
Probably the best deal you can possibly get on a solid wide-format color inkjet, from anyone. However, word of warning: as of not (August 2002), there are NO drivers for this on Mac OS X... so it's completely useless with that. You'll have to use OS9, or a PC to print from.
I have the networking card from a different epson printer, that works with this as well, and it's pretty nice to be able to print to it from anywhere on the network, so realize that's an option as well.
It does suck down ink a bit, and the startup time is quite long (often 3 minutes from turn on to printing), but this is the case with all Epson printers of the era (this printer first came out in 1999 I believe.)
Overall, if you really need the wide-format printing, this is probably the printer to get for under [dollar amount]; it's definitely got some quirks, and until they release OS X drivers I'm bummin', but it is a nice printer for full-page bleed proofs, etc.

5-0 out of 5 stars Real workhorse
I've used this printer for 5 years on all kinds of paper and have never encountered these feeding errors so many people talk about. I do keep the printer rather clean though, as I realize that a roller coated with paper dust is probably not going to work as well as a clean one. The only time I have trouble with feeding is when using the manual loading slot and thicker paper. Since I prefer to load the paper before the printer needs it, if the paper doesn't load correctly I can just reload it. If there is a problem, it just fails to grab the paper and pull it in. This can be fixed simply by putting slight pressure on the top of the sheet when the printer first grabs it.

I've only had problems with the head clogging on one occasion, which turned out to be a bad black print cartridge (brand new and didn't even print a full page). I've abused the printer by using media much thicker than what it is supposed to accept (using manual loading), yet this is the most troublefree inkjet I've ever used. In the same time I've used this printer, my parents have gone through 2 HP's and encountered all kinds of intermittent behavior on both units with two different computers.

I think it's more a "windows" factor that causes these "driver" problems, I've not had any problems using it with Linux and gimp-print (which, BTW will work with MacOS X).

Don't expect such an old model to rival the photo output of the newer printers, but if you ever get the chance to compare a 1520 with on of the newer Epson models, the durability of the 1520 is quite evident. Overall, even today, this printer is a bargain if you wish to print out large graphics.

1-0 out of 5 stars Deceit in Printing Width
I was told buy Epson Pre-Sales that this printer would print 16.5" +/- in WIDTH.
The maximum width of this printer is 13.6" Don't buy this OLD machine! Get a newer one.


1-0 out of 5 stars Noisy, troublesome, lousy software
I've been waiting 2 years for Epson to post a Mac OS X driver for this and it doesn't look likely in the near future (even though their web sight keeps promising a driver any day now. It's turned out to be a real drag having to have 2 printers (one for each operating system). It has turned out to be a very expensive paperweight.

Not only that, but it is very noisy, is prone to clogged print heads and blows through a ton of cartridges. The customer service is pathetic. There is literally no way to email Epson "support." One must mail them a letter via the postal system.

It would take a lot for me to ever buy an Epson again. Even if I were given one for free, I'd have to think about it.

3-0 out of 5 stars Inconsistent for Big Prints!
I bought the 1520 to print large prints and I found it to be an inconsistent machine. Colors were fine, I didn't find it using that much ink, and it printed beautiful 8.5x11 inch prints. But, it was an inconsistent tease for 17x22. Once in a while, it printed beautiful 17x22 prints from a 2.1 megapixel camera. So, I kept it until the print heads needed changing for the second time in 4 years. It didn't work on 17x22 RC paper or 4x6 inch paper. I just bought a HP 9650 and it prints wonderful prints and doesn't eat paper. Now I have to decide if I want to fix the 1520 again to keep it around for the 17x22 capabilites. That is it's best feature when you can get it to work. But, it's erratic! ... Read more

60. Epson Stylus C60 Inkjet Printer
list price: $54.99
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Asin: B00005MJSG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 13137
Average Customer Review: 3.15 out of 5 stars
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The Epson Stylus C60 Inkjet Printer is designed for high quality for home and business printing, providing 11 ppm printing in black and 8 ppm in color with four-color (CMYK) micro-piezo ink-jet technology. You'll get versatile plain paper printing in crisp resolutions up to 2,880 x 720 dpi, with USB and parallel connectivity.

The Epson C60 focuses on speed and quality, with variable resolution printing for black and color inks in a two-cartridge system. The C60 handles up to 100 sheets of letter, legal, A5, B5, and executive papers, in plain, bond, glossy, and matte finishes heavyweight. It also supports photo-quality film and paper, transparencies, self-adhesive sheets, ink-jet cards, banner paper, envelopes, and iron-on transfers with 30-sheet output.

It's compatible with Windows and Macintosh operating systems, measures 20 by 9 by 11 inches, and weighs 7.4 pounds. It is supported by a one-year limited warranty. ... Read more


  • 2,880 x 720 dpi resolution
  • Prints black text at 11 ppm, color at 8 ppm
  • Improves picture quality of images printed from the Web
  • USB and parallel connectivity; PC and Mac compatible
  • Separate black and color ink cartridges

Reviews (55)

5-0 out of 5 stars excellent value
Excellent print quality, both in colour and black/white. Very fast when printing in black/white. Colour printing speed could use a little bit of improvement (a photo-quality print at 2880dpi can take up to 15 minutes, depending on complexity of the picture) but I'm not complaining. A little on the loud side when the cartridges charge up. Ink lasts for a fairly long time. Nice, clean looking printer. The photo-quality printing capability when using glossy photo paper is superb, like you just had photos professionally processed. Good drivers with no compatibility problems on Win2K Pro, although Epson already had newer, better drivers available on their website when I got the printer. USB connectivity comes in handy. Decent software package with some very cool features. Excellent bang for the buck with this machine.

5-0 out of 5 stars C 60 is a Great Printer for the Money
I just bought the C60 and have been extremely happy with the quality. I am fussy being a professional photographer but the prints are acceptable photo quality prints. I don't think they are archival though which may be a drawback. I will order ink on Ebay for it to cut a search for a source. The speed of the printer was very impressive. I have a Kodak PM 100 and it takes 10 minutes for an 8x10. I can get a good one from this machine in less than 2 minutes with a parallel port connection. The film factory software is neat too. I've only owned this for a few days but I am thoroughly impressed for the money spent. You will probably not get a better printer for anything less than 200 bucks. Yeah, it's noisy but so is my vacuum cleaner and both do a great job. At 79 bucks after rebate, its almost a throwaway machine if it works well for a year or two. I wouldn't fix it at that price...just go buy a new one!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great (cheap!) little printer
This printer is a replacement for our Canon Multipass (never buy one of those!). It performs extremely well, better than average for the price. Setup was a breeze -- I had this out of the box and printing inside of 10 minutes. Documentation is extremely easy to use. I definitely like the onscreen ink indicator. It's nice to be able to see in a click whether I'm getting close to needed a new cartridge. It actually prints faster than advertised. I also appreciate having the choice between parallel and USB ports. Drawbacks are that it is louder than the other one, and the cartridges are pricey. However, the print quality is incomparable, and what good are inexpensive cartridges when a printer never works?!! I'll stick with Epson, thank you very much!

1-0 out of 5 stars Disgraceful piece of hardware
Unfortunately we have 2 of these in the family - don't ask how. They've both been rubbish from the beginning. They refuse to print black if the colour cartridge has run out and vice versa. The colour cartridge is approximately £30 and runs out very quickly. The chips prevent them from printing even when they haven't run out - resetting them with a chip resetter proves this. They're extremely noisy and seem to go through a ridiculous clunky procedure before even getting round to printing. So turning on the pc to print out a quick document is a joke. Finally ours doesn't work at all now. I've have not seen a more disgusting piece of equipment in 16 years of computer use! I'm writing to Epson to complain - contact me with your thoughts -

3-0 out of 5 stars Good, Bad, Ugly
I have this printer, and have used mine for two years. It is uses two cartridges, one black and one with three colors.

The good: Inexpensive, decent quality for most domestic printing needs.

The bad: It prints slowly. You'll notice this with ink-heavy pages like photos. It also requires ink replacements often.

The ugly: With wear, the print heads get dirty. The software provides a way to auto-clean, but it is needed more than with other printers. The colors do not mix well when printed. Heavily printed pages have the same feel as does that same paper after drawing all over with an ink marker.

If you need to print off a letter in a basic font, you're set. If you need to desktop publish a flyer for your home business, you need a printer with more meat, or you should go to a digital print bureau.

When looking for a printer, first see it in person, even if buying online is less expensive. See the samples and watch how quickly it prints. Put two prints together and compare resolution and color.

For my home needs, this is fine, but for more complex projects, I use a print bureau or copy place.

Anthony Trendl ... Read more

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