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61. Epson GT-15000 Professional Scanner
$189.99 list($149.99)
62. Epson Stylus Photo 825 Inkjet
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63. Epson PowerLite 740c Multimedia
$637.99 list($749.99)
64. Epson FX-2190N Impact Printer
$71.99 $54.99 list()
65. Epson Preview Monitor for Stylus
$1,778.99 $899.99 list()
66. Epson Dfx-5000 Plus 9-Pin 560Cps
$116.88 list($79.99)
67. Epson Perfection 1260 Scanner
$65.00 list($79.99)
68. Epson Stylus C64 Inkjet Printer
$99.99 list($79.99)
69. Epson Perfection 1250 Flatbed
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70. Epson Stylus Photo RX600 Inkjet
71. Epson Stylus C42 UX Inkjet Printer
$199.85 list($239.00)
72. Epson Stylus Photo 785EPX Inkjet
73. Epson Perfection 1650 Flatbed
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74. Epson PowerLite 745c Multimedia
$499.80 list($349.99)
75. Epson LQ-570E Dot Matrix Printer
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76. Epson PoweLite 830P LCD Projector
$212.93 list($199.99)
77. Epson V13H010L33 Replacement Lamp
78. EPSON Perfection 1650 Color Flatbed
$1,899.85 list($3,449.99)
79. Epson PowerLite 73c Video Projector
$618.99 $586.08 list($749.00)
80. Epson C272001 24-PIN Wide 480CPS

61. Epson GT-15000 Professional Scanner
list price: $1,599.99
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Asin: B0000YT61U
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 9861
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  • 600 x 1,200 dpi optical resolution, 9,600 x 9,600 dpi interpolated
  • 48-bit color depth, 16-bit grayscale
  • Large 11.7-by-17-inch scanning area
  • Instant startup with no warm-up required
  • USB 2.0 and SCSI-2 connectivity, optional FireWire

62. Epson Stylus Photo 825 Inkjet Printer
list price: $149.99
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Asin: B00006F2W3
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 12730
Average Customer Review: 2.98 out of 5 stars
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The Epson Stylus Photo 825 delivers the best in photo-lab image quality with its superior six-color Photo Ink system and 5,760 x 720 optimized dpi. It prints photos without a computer from popular digital-camera memory cards. And, it quickly creates borderless 4-by-6, 5-by-7, and 8-by-10-inch photos. Right from the printer, your images are ready to frame, place in your album, or give to family and friends.

Ideal for all types of documents, including everyday text and graphics, this printer makes it easy to print brilliant newsletters, greeting cards, photo stickers, and banners. It even allows you to enhance your favorite images from its easy-to-use LCD control panel. The Stylus Photo 825 also supports Epson's exclusive PRINT Image Matching (P.I.M.) technology, which ensures the best possible prints from your P.I.M.-enabled digital camera, automatically.

The premium software bundle helps you organize your photos and easily print what you want. Titles include Epson Software Film Factory 2.5, which turns your PC or Mac into a perfectly organized photo library and processing center; P.I.M. Plug-In for Adobe Photoshop 6.0, 7.0, and Elements; and ArcSoft PhotoImpression 3.0, which lets you edit and retouch your photos, then add special effects.

Windows and Macintosh compatible, it's a versatile digital imaging solution and is backed by a one-year warranty. ... Read more


  • Convenient photo printing, with or without a computer
  • Superior 6-color Photo Ink system
  • 5,760 x 720 optimized dpi resolution
  • Supports PRINT Image Matching II technology
  • USB interface; PC and Mac compatible

Reviews (40)

4-0 out of 5 stars The Best Photos I Have Ever Seen. . . But. . .
Okay, here is how it is: This is the best photo printer this side of your local photo lab, but it doesn't come without some disadvantages. This printer does not use the Epson DuraBrite ink, which the Epson C82 does. It does use a five ink system, but it is housed in a single cartridge. That is pretty lousy because the ink tank is rather small. You must understand though, if you have a decent digital camera, you will not know the difference between this and a professional development.

The digital film readers that are included in the unit are pretty cool as they are pretty expensive when they are not in the Epson box. The little read out screen for picture selecting is a bit difficult to get used to, as it is definitely no LCD screen. But, for the price, who would expect a monitor. If running without a computer is a must, then the selection screen is sufficient. If at all possible, use your computer and import that way, it is much easier. There is also a reel on the back for 4x6 paper rolls.

Overall, the printer is rather affordable for the output. The pictures are top shelf and text is almost laser quality. It is well worth the money and puts out better pictures than any machine I have ever encountered. This replaces the Epson C82 as my favorite photo printer on the market.


5-0 out of 5 stars Solid printer with great photo quality
With the amount of photo quality this printer puts out, you would expect it to use a lot of ink. Compared to HP, ink is a real bargain.

I first got this printer when my cheap HP broke down after having it for 8 months. I had heard of the photo quality of epson, so I decided to buy one. I was impressed to say the least. It not only printed pictures well, but on glossy paper, I couldn't tell the difference between regular developed pictures from wal-mart and my epson printer.

It's extreemly reliable too. I know this because, sometimes we abuse it by putting in too much paper or accidently printing with the front flap closed. This has caused 2 major paper jams, which, if it were my old HP I would have had to buy a new one. With this epson, however, after removing the paper, it will print as if nothing ever happened. All I have to do is restart the print job.

For $99 I would recommend this printer to anyone. Photo quality is on par with a printer that would cost 3 times as much. Ink is about $30 for a black and color cartridge together. Compared to other brands, it is solid as a rock; at least for now.

2-0 out of 5 stars epson smepsun
This is the second epson I have owed. One thing I can tell you about this brand is they are LOUD, put on some headphones when you are printing things out, oh and the desk better be secure because they rock back and forth, I though mine was going to walk off the table! The print, its ok but also expect the paper to jam a lot on thicker card stock. Oh and make sure you order some head cleaner from The heads constantly get dirty and they sell a fluid that will clean them. with HP or Lexmark every time you buy a new cartridge you get a new head, not so with epson. When I am making greating cards, mine likes to leave nice black track marks. I have cleaned the rollers and it still does it, guess its a gift from epson. If you want a good printer buy HP or Lexmark, yes you pay more for ink, but the photo quality prints are just as good and they are super quite. My printer is in my bedroom and when I print in the morning the noise is enough to wake up my girlfriend. stay away from epson

1-0 out of 5 stars Faulty print heads make this printer a money-pit!
This printer is a joke! Sure, it prints good pictures - but the print head gets clogged so often that most of the ink in your ink cartridges is drained before you can do much! If you let this printer sit for a week, you will need to run the head cleaning utility - which drains a visible amount of ink on the ink monitor . Subsequently, you run out oif ink in less than two months without doing much printing at all! It's ridiculous!

I bought ink cartridges three weeks ago, have printed nothing but a few resumes (no color) and now they are both halfway drained. Tell me, is this reasonable?

I think not.

1-0 out of 5 stars 825 Very Poor
Worked great for 30 days then it became impossible to get consistent color or print quality. It has gotten so bad that often I can not even get text quality. A complete waste of money. I am going to toss it and get something decent. I have spent more in ink trying to get it to work than the cost of the printer. A real lemon. ... Read more

63. Epson PowerLite 740c Multimedia LCD Projector
list price: $4,599.00
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Asin: B0002XZ7E4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 15572
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  • 1,024 x 768 XGA native resolution, compatible up to 1,600 x 1,200
  • 2,500 ANSI lumens, 400:1 contrast ratio; manual zoom and focus
  • HDTV, NTSC, and PAL signals; composite, S-video, and component inputs
  • Selectable 16:9, 4:3, and 5:4 screen aspect ratios; 1-watt speaker
  • PC compatible; 2-year warranty with Private Line dedicated toll-free support

64. Epson FX-2190N Impact Printer with Networking
list price: $749.99
our price: $637.99
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Asin: B0000WKO5Y
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 43284
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Whether you're seeking durability, ease of use, or a fast printing on wide (16.5-inch) documents, Epson's full-featured, high-value FX-2190N serial-impact printer is bound to fit the bill. This 9-pin, wide-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-2190N'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.

The easy-to-install 12-million-character ribbon cartridge boosts productivity and ensures a low cost per page, while its 400 million-character print-head life heightens 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-1180/1180+/2180 or the Okidata Microline 321/321 Turbo. It handles forms up to seven parts thick and 16.5 inches wide 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, user's manual, warranty and setup information; printer cable not included ... Read more


  • 9-pin serial-impact dot-matrix technology
  • Wide carriage for 16.5-inch documents
  • 80 characters per line at 10 characters per inch
  • 12-million-character ribbon cartridge
  • USB, parallel, and 10/100 Base-TX Ethernet interfaces

65. Epson Preview Monitor for Stylus Photo 825 and 925 Printers

our price: $71.99
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Asin: B00006LPO6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 13340
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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  • 1.6-inch LCD preview monitor
  • For use with Epson Stylus Photo 825 and 925 printers
  • Full color display
  • Adjustable brightness and tilt
  • Ideal for previewing, editing, and layouts

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars GREAT INVENTION

66. Epson Dfx-5000 Plus 9-Pin 560Cps Wide 136 Par Serial20KEsc/P

our price: $1,778.99
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Asin: B00004ZA63
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 47196
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67. Epson Perfection 1260 Scanner
list price: $79.99
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Asin: B00006AMSC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 15208
Average Customer Review: 3.23 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
  • Easy automated 4-button operation
  • Simple to set up and use
  • Convenient USB connectivity

Reviews (13)

3-0 out of 5 stars Good scanner but ......
I have had a this scanner for a week and find it to be adequate for most of my scanning needs, however I did have a problem with the installation of the Epson Smart Panel software on my XP system. If I had not had to spend 45min manually editing my registry and destroying all traces of the software because the Install wizard would not properly uninstall the product (and yes, you can not install the Smart Panel software if the auto install program detects a previous version), I would have rated this product with 4 stars. It has a good value for the price if you are willing to deal with potential flaky install scripts.

Side note: I am not sure what flaming reviewers has to do with this product but as there is one here I feel compelled to state that my XP skill set is ADVANCED and RTFM would not have been of any help if first reviewer had the same issue I did (assuming of course that he followed the instructions to close all open programs and kill anti-virus scanners).

3-0 out of 5 stars Good Deal
Nice scanner for the price. My needs were not major so it fits my need perfect.
The only minor problem I have had is making copies. Sometimes when I have several pages to copy, it stops after a copy. But I just power it off and back on and it's fine.

1-0 out of 5 stars Piece of junk...
Really slow, low quality, crappy software and no power switch. And good luck getting technical support! My emails got bounced and I could not get through on the phone. Oh, and Epson offers you a "free" web space to post your photos... I read the fine print and it says that you lose your rights to pictures you post! Epson can claim your photos as its own and use them without even acknowledging you, let alone compensating you. So here's the summary: bad product, bad service, and they try to take your photos for themselves!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Scanner! Great Price!
Here is a quote from an earlier review of this scanner here..."I've liked Epson products. Not this one, though. I had great difficulty with the software under Windows XP. It would not install properly (so it told me) and the copy utility did not work properly."
Well I totally disagree with this opinion. If the installation is followed per instructions (that are perfectly clear), this scanner is very XP friendly. I found it very, very easy to install and I am not a computer geek!!! The scan quality is outstanding! The bundled software is very good and the scans are quick and quiet. I have had scanners that were of poorer results, and much more expensive. This is an amazing scanner at an amazingly low price. I give it 5 stars!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Everything I need
This is the third scanner I have used. The first was a roll-through Microtek that has long since died. The second one being a UMax Astra 610P that was exceptionally noisy and very flaky. I am pleased to report that this Epson is quiet. I can't hear it warming up and the scanning is about as loud as the Astra was warming up! All the utilities (OCR, scanning, retouching, etc.) have worked great for me. OCR has come a long way since my last scanner. Photos and text scan equally well. I haven't tried negatives yet and I doubt I will. ... Read more

68. Epson Stylus C64 Inkjet Printer
list price: $79.99
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Asin: B0000BYRU2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 8035
Average Customer Review: 3.25 out of 5 stars
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Great for printing both photos and text-based documents, Epson's Stylus C64 is affordable, fast, and engineered for quality. With Epson's water-resistant, light-resistant, and smudge-resistant DURABrite inks and 177 nozzles (monochrome plus color), the C64 can print black text at 17 pages per minute, color sheets at 9 ppm, and 8-by-10-inch color photos in under five minutes each. The printer's 5,760 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.

For photos, DURABrite photo paper gives amazing prints with vibrant color, fine detail in highlight 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 prints as soon as they're printed. Epson's Variable-sized Droplet Technology produces and controls ink-droplet size (with a 4-picoliter minimum) to maximize both quality and print speed.

The C64 supports several paper types, including plain paper, premium semi-gloss, and DURABrite photo paper, as well as large-format sizes up to 10 by 15 inches. Convenient individual ink cartridges make ink replacement simple and cost-effective, and USB connectivity facilitates quick setups on both Windows and Macintosh computers. Included Photo Quicker v3.4 software simplifies photo editing and print management, and the C64 is backed with a one-year warranty that includes the Epson exchange program.

What's in the Box
Printer; black, cyan, magenta, and yellow ink cartridges; paper support; left edge guide; output tray; output tray extension; printer cover; power cord; driver CD-ROM; USB cable not included ... Read more


  • Up to 17 ppm black text and 9 ppm color, under 5 minutes for a color photo
  • Up to 5,760 optimized dpi resolution
  • Water-resistant, smudge-resistant, light-resistant DURABrite inks
  • Cost-saving individual ink cartridges
  • USB interface, PC and Macintosh compatible

Reviews (8)

1-0 out of 5 stars Cheap to buy, expensive to own
The ink will kill you, especially the black. Generic ink? Forget it. It clogs the nozzles and you'll waste more than you will use cleaning the nozzles. This thing does give a good print-out, but it's not worth the high price of ownership. I had an 880 and loved it. I hate this.

4-0 out of 5 stars Cheap printer, expensive non-fading ink.
This little printer was no trouble to set up and start using. It's a bit slow. Even just a black & white page takes quite a while. A full-color photo takes a couple minutes. The "draft" mode comes out verrrrry faint, but is really fast, and obviously uses a lot less ink (an important point, as you will see).

This printer uses a special type of ink, called "Durabrite", which is MUCH longer-lasting than normal inkjet ink. (It's a pigment-based ink rather than a dye-based ink.) Your printouts will not fade away like a normal cheap inkjet's will. The downside to this super-duper ink is that the ink is darned expensive. The good news is that the four colors are separate cartridges, so at least you only have to replace the one color you've run out of. The black ink, however, is the MOST expensive inkjet cartridge you'll see in the store. It's about twice the price of a normal black cartridge. Yes, your printouts will last some 70 years on plain paper, instead of vanishing within 2 years like the cheapo inkjets do. Three of those $25 black cartridges later, and you've just spent more on ink than the printer itself!

Strangely, the other color cartridges (cyan, magenta, and yellow) are only half the price of the black cartridge. Don't ask me why, I have no idea. Too bad the black is the one you'll be buying most often.

I should point out that this printer will try to con you into replacing the ink cartridges long before they actually run dry (it gives you all sorts of dire warnings about low ink levels). Don't fall for it. It will actually STOP printing when it's truly run dry, so just keep printing until it stops, and only then replace the cartridge that's empty.

So, should you get this printer? It depends on what you'll be using it for. If you want a cheap printer for making quick printouts that you'll be tossing in the trash within a couple years, get a different printer. If you want printouts that will still be legible 50 years from now, get this one. If you're an artist or photographer and want to make decent prints of your art that won't fade too quickly, this is a good starter printer for you.

3-0 out of 5 stars Great Printer, But Ink Eater
The printer itself is a great product, especially for the price. The print-outs are of excellent quality and it prints fairly fast. However, it goes through ink SO FAST! I don't use it extremely often and I go through one black cartridge every month and a half.

4-0 out of 5 stars Slated too badly
I have read quite a few bad reviews for this printer, but I bought one after it being reccomended to me at my local office suppliers. I think its a nice little printer for a good price. As for the ink cartridges, Epson are the cheapest printers to run, as at a computer fare or online, you can pick up a set of 4 replacement cartridges for about £10-£15.

5-0 out of 5 stars Amazing
I have had the earlier version, the C62, at my office for a year now. It is solid, trouble free, reliable, hard working. The C64 is an improved version with faster printing (17 pages per minute vs 14 ppm on the C62), and better resolution (5760 x 1440 up from 5760 x 720). The print manager is very good, lets you know when you have 20% of an ink cartridge left, then 10%, and then when you are out. When it is time to replace a cartridge, the display on the screen walks you through the steps. If paper jams (which it does not do very often), the print manager displays an "eject" button, click on that and it handles it for you. Rarely does the print head need cleaned. Last week I printed over 500 pages in the week, and the printer just kept churning them out trouble free. As to using up too much ink, perhaps the other reviewer is changing early when the 20% warning comes up, which will usually tell you how many pages you have left to print similar to the last page you printed. The amazing thing is, I paid $89 for the C62, which is a great deal considering how well it has performed, and the new improved version is only $59.
Go Epson ... Read more

69. Epson Perfection 1250 Flatbed Scanner
list price: $79.99
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Asin: B00005M25A
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 16928
Average Customer Review: 2.96 out of 5 stars
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With outstanding precision and a small footprint, the Epson Perfection 1250 provides excellent value for the serious imaging hobbyist. Connecting to both Macintosh and PC systems via a USB hub, setup takes just a few moments, so you'll be loading those photos on the Web in no time.

Four one-touch buttons allow you to quickly copy, scan, print, or e-mail your images. The rich 48-bit color and high 1,200 x 2,400 dpi resolution that are usually found in higher-end scanners keep your photos, negatives, and slides looking their best.

The built-in zoom feature provides a range of 50 to 200 percent, supplying plenty of options for enlarging or cropping your final prints. A cold cathode ray lamp is used as the light source, a powerful and economical choice that combines plenty of light with long-lasting efficiency. Maximum scan size is 8.5 x 11 inches, large enough for office documents as well as your family photos.

Included in the box is a USB cable and a software bundle that includes Epson TWAIN and several image editing and processing programs. Epson provides a one-year warranty that covers parts and labor. ... Read more


  • 1,200 x 2,400 dpi resolution
  • Automated four-button scanning
  • 48-bit color, 16-bit grayscale
  • 50% to 200% zooming
  • USB connectivity, PC and Mac compatible

Reviews (24)

4-0 out of 5 stars excellent scanner for personal use
I'm quite pleased with the Epson 1250, I've primarily used the scanner for archiving old photos. For a scanner (in that price range), it provides excellent image quality at 1200x2400 dpi. Setup w/ Epson software and USB connection was a breeze, literally taking about a minute. The included software is quite good for most beginner to intermediate users. In addition to TWAIN capture software it includes OCR capability (text recognition), an image editor, and web picture hosting. More advanced users will make better use of Photoshop and other software, but you still can't beat the scan quality at this price point. Also, hardware seems to be fairly rugged and the scanner has small footprint and very slim profile. I compared various scanners in a retail store, the only ones that have a slimmer profile are the Canon CanoScan models (which cost about twice as much for 1200x2400 scan resolution).

3-0 out of 5 stars Software from the Stone Age
As most of the previous reviewers have stated, it's a wonderful little scanner. But I just can't get over how poor the software is. In an age where Windows XP seems to anticipate my every move, working with the clunky software provided is really annoying. Here's the problem -- you don't get just one comprehensive program to do your scanning, you get ArcSoft Photoimpression, Epson SmartPanel, New Soft OCR, Epson TWAIN and Epson Film Factory Lite. Each of these looks entirely different and you can't move seamlessly from one to another. Want to enlarge that scan? Launch a program. Want to print the scan? Launch another. And each time you launch one, the previous one shuts down so you have to relaunch it if you want to continue scanning! Plus, it appears that none of the software designers has ever seen the standard Windows menu interface. These things visually look like some cheap game you bought in the $4.99 rack.

Unless I'm missing something, this software appears to believe that I bought the scanner to make only one scan -- ever. It seems to be saying "You REALLY want to make another scan? You already made one. Well, ok, but I'll make you wait while I re-launch."

Like I said, good scanner, tiny footprint . . . but I'd appreciate any suggestions for better software.

5-0 out of 5 stars Gorgeous scans
After reading the poor reviews of the software that is included with this scanner, I decided to only install the Epson TWAIN software and not use the Smart Panel software at all (both TWAIN and Smart Panel are included on the software CD). The TWAIN software works wonderfully for me on my iMac running OS 9.0, and it allows greater control over resolution, quality and image size than previous versions of Epson TWAIN software once the "automatic" setting is turned off.
The most impressive element of this scanner is the stunning image quality. The colors are incredibly accurate and the scans are sharp and clear for every resolution I've tried so far.
This is by far the best scanner I have ever owned or used. I highly recommend it!

1-0 out of 5 stars Copy Utility Stinks
I have had this scanner for over a year and between the problems I've had with this and my Epson printer, I will never again purchase an Epson product. My scanner will not copy an entire 8.5"x11" page. It invariably cuts off about an inch off the margin. I have to reduce the image to about 90% in order to get the entire page to print. I have tried saving to a file and then printing...same result. The entire image appears in the preview, but will not print. I have downloaded all the newest drivers for XP, and have spent many hours on the Epson Tech Support site, all to no avail. I had an HP scanner before this, and decided to try the Epson, because it was so cheap. I guess you get what you pay for.

4-0 out of 5 stars Epson Perfection 1250
I have owned and used this scanner for more than a year now. Its intallation was very smooth and its output is always almost perfect, not rquiring any further adjustments. 1200dpi is a lot of resolution that is required for most line art publications. I have not used the software package as it is really functionally very limited, particularly the ocr software, but again I doubt that any scanner in the same price range comes with a respectable ocr software (as omnipage). The scanner's control panel is a very large program (about 150MB) and although it offers many options I have not required those. As a whole, I have been very satisfied with this product although I do not depend on the supplied software package. ... Read more

70. Epson Stylus Photo RX600 Inkjet All-in-One

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Asin: B0001CVGZK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 633
Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars
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  • Designed for photo applications; prints, copies, and scans in 1 compact unit
  • 5,760 x 1,440 dpi optimized inkjet printing; up to 17 ppm speed
  • 4,800 x 2,400 dpi scanning, 48-bit color depth; restores slides, transparencies, and photos
  • 2.5-inch LCD monitor for easy image previewing and printing
  • USB 2.0 interface, PC and Mac compatible

Reviews (5)

4-0 out of 5 stars Was only in market for new scanner, but...
As a graphic designer, I'm ALWAYS skeptical of anything that claims to be able to do "everything"...

Initially, I was in the market for a new scanner - I thumbed through some recent issues of MacWorld to try and find something decent and reasonably priced. I then stumbled upon a review for the RX500, because I also wanted to replace my clunky HP Deskjet- which was no good at printing photos, and it couldn't even do text that well either! Why was I keeping this thing?!

I went to CompUSA with the RX500 in mind, and there happened to be an EPSON rep. there, coincidentally in the process of selling an RX600 to someone else. Well, this person was ranting and raving over how great this printer was, and my wife and I just happened to overhear it. You married guys know how important it is to have the wife's blessing, don't you? Well, a couple of photo demonstrations and some copy tests, and we were walking out the door with an RX600 of our own!

I only gave it four stars, because I'm just way too critical of any photos & color prints that don't turn out perfect. But that's my profession, not a reflection on the product. I should have my wife write the review, because she's absolutely *thrilled* with the prospects of scanning & printing old negatives & slides, and printing directly from the camera's memory stick- no need for the nitpicky husband and his crazy Photoshop...

5-0 out of 5 stars Quality all in one device!
There are hundreds of products I could (or should) have reviewed. Some good, some bad. This is the first one I have ever felt strongly enough to comment on.

Being in the IT field I have always been skeptical of "all in one devices". However, after doing some research this is typical of those devices

(1) It's photocopier - plain and simple. With or without the PC. Color, BW, enlarge, reduce, zoom - all the features of regular coper.
(2) Digital camera support - memory card or USB cable. Images can be viewed and printed directly - again, without a PC
(3) Ease of setup. Very easy to follow directions. Step by step. It works as advertised with no installation hassles (WinXP)
(4) Scanner & a printer. Attach to the PC via USB - scan to image, scan to application. Very easy to use, and again, it does everything it says it should do

Honestly I can't offer any. Maybe the price, but even then you're getting a set of multi-funcitonal devices all in one. How much would a printer, a scanner, and a color copier cost separately. How much space and cabling hassle would there be?

4-0 out of 5 stars Very nice unit
This unit can do it all (except fax). The software is a dream compared to the HP2150 I returned in order to get this. I got the HP because it had built in wireless/ethernet print server and a fax. But the software bundle is all or nothing, they didn't separate out the printer anyone who wants to just print on the thing must first install 1.5gb (thats GIGabytes) of crap the infects your registry like a cancer. This Epson RX600's software is a dream. They separated everything! Just want to print occasional black and white like me, driver is just 8mb. Want everything and do photo touchups and crazy things and photo albums and scan (like my wife) - just put in the cd and add what you want one app at a time. That's why we went with this printer and returned the HP. Also, one more plus is that the RX600 scans old negatives and can print them perfectly or digitize them for you forever - the HP can't. I LOVE this feature (and yes, it's a combo of mechanical and software differences that achieve this, I dare you to try on another machine). I do miss the HP's built in print server. I bought a Linksys Wireless-G for USB2.0, and it won't work with this printer. Epson wrote me back and confirmed this. This is why I docked this review by a star. You MUST be able to run your printers from a print server. My 4 year old HPLaserJet3150 hooked up no problem, but my new Epson fails? That sucks, and if my wife didn't love this so much, I would send it back strictly for that reason. I do like how it's USB 2.0, it is fast. Separate color tanks (...)are sweet, not like HP where if blue runs out, you're forced to buy all other colors again. This has 6 color tanks all independently replaceable. Nice.
PROS: USB2.0, individual color tanks, scan negatives,LCD screen, front loading usb input for cameras, built in card reader on the front,great b/w quality, killer photo print quality, minimal/incremental/customizable software/driver install (extremely flexible and lightweight)
CONS: doesn't work w/ LinkSys print servers

5-0 out of 5 stars Epson RX600 - A standalone photo lab in a box!
I have had my RX600 for a couple of weeks now, and think it is amazing. WITHOUT USING A COMPUTER, you can copy B&W or color documents that look fine and come out pretty soon after you push the button. However, when printing PHOTOS, this thing is LOTS better than Kodak's printing system in drug stores. It reads virtually any memory card. It reads cameras, CD's, and hard drives via USB on front. It scans color slides, negatives, B&W negatives and makes FANTASTICALLY RICH prints from them. With the tilting color LCD on the front you can crop and zoom photos before printing. It can scan or copy to CD's, memory cards, USB flash, etc, using its front USB port. Also has a Bluetooth adapter option that plugs in the same USB port.

Amazing feature: Print thumbnail preview sheets and blacken circles under pictures you want. Stick these sheets in the scanner and it prints out only your choices!

Naturally it's a great computer printer and scanner. You want to fax? Use it with your computer's modem.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Wonderful Multifunctional Printer
This product is the greatest. It can print, scan, copy. And it looks great with my black desktop. I love the LCD screen. ... Read more

71. Epson Stylus C42 UX Inkjet Printer
list price: $79.99
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Asin: B00006AMSE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 15329
Average Customer Review: 2.43 out of 5 stars
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  • Fast 12 ppm black and 5.5 ppm color print speeds
  • 2,880 x 720 optimized dpi resolution
  • Easy to set up and use, simple plug-and-play operation
  • Ink cartridges included
  • Convenient USB connectivity

Reviews (21)

2-0 out of 5 stars not worth it
I received this printer free with my powerbook G4. Now I know why they have to give it away! The worst part: if you run out of black ink, the printer won't let you print in color until you install a new black ink cartridge and vice versa if you run out of color. I also have to press the paper feed button every time before i can print (why counldn't epson automate this process?). The amount of ink it uses is crazy and expensive and the quality is only OK.

5-0 out of 5 stars Epson C42UX
I don't write reviews but for the first week of using this printer I hated it. Constantly had to clean the head and waste ink. Lo and Behold I sat down and read the manual for this printer. For years I have used printers that I simply turned off with a master computer switch. Epson is different. You must turn the printer off with it's own power switch. Otherwise the heads do not charge properly. This took care of all the complaints I had with this printer. The C42UX is the best inexpensive printer I have ever used. Just remember, from day one that you use the printer, turn the thing off with it's own power switch. All Epson Ink Jet printers sound loud and clunkey. Thats the way they are made. You find me a better printer for the money and I will buy it.


1-0 out of 5 stars espon c43 ux = worthless
i bought this printer a year ago. It was really cheap, till I found out that they probably make all the money from the ink, that manages to run out faster than any other printer I used. So I go on the epson canada website, and they have a ' Will reply within 24 hours ' message. Its been 2 weeks. The printed doesnt print anymore, i got new ink, and all it gives are black lines and a faded yellow on the paper, looks like the head is gone. This is the last time, I or anyone asking me about a printer, are ever going to get an epson one. (wish there was a no star rating)

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't buy this printer!
The ink cartridges for this printer are extremely small and are expensive for the amount of printing they can do. Also, if the colour cartridge is out it will not let you print with black ink, even if black is full. In other workds, both cartridges need to have ink in order to print. This has been a very frustrating purchase.

1-0 out of 5 stars Epson C42 Ux
This is without a doubt the worst printer ever made.It clogs up easily after just printing a few pages,,and the results are black lines,and black dots.Epson tech support says you need to clean the nozzle.It wastes a lot of ink to clear up the problem,and it would not take too long before the problem comes back.Epson has replaced this printer for me three times.The problems are the same from unit to unit.It uses up black ink like crazy during normal use,making it really one of the most expensive inks around based on the small cartridge size.It is noisy,and slow.I can live with that,but the quality of the printing is the pits.I am going to toss this printer out soon.No more Epson products for me.The model should be more accurately labeled the C-42 SUX ... Read more

72. Epson Stylus Photo 785EPX Inkjet Printer
list price: $239.00
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Asin: B00005AL05
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 13041
Average Customer Review: 3.53 out of 5 stars
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The Epson Stylus Photo 785EPX printer combines high-speed printing with brilliant color and an affordable price tag. It uses fast-drying color photo inks in six tanks, for convenient and economical replacement. A maximum 2,880 x 720 dpi printing resolution, superfine 4-picoliter ink droplets, and PRINT Image Matching technology all combine to produce bright, accurate, true-to-life color. The 785EPX's photo prints are frequently indistinguishable from standard photographs, making this an ideal printer for both select professional applications and home hobbyists.

The 785EPX offers the convenience of photo printing with or without a computer. A PCMCIA Type II card slot is included along with a PCMCIA Type I adapter that supports CompactFlash Type I cards, providing direct printing from many popular digital cameras. An optional adapter supports Sony Memory Stick, SmartMedia, Type II CompactFlash, IBM Microdrive, and Secure Digital cards.

The 785 EPX prints on a variety of media, including standard letter size, greeting cards, banners, 4-inch roll paper, and 4-by-6, 5-by-7, and 8-by-10-inch borderless paper. Print speed is a respectable 8 ppm for black-and-white prints, while a draft (but still good-looking) 4-by-6-inch photo takes roughly 54 seconds.

The software bundle includes EPSON Software Film Factory with Print Image Matching support, Arcsoft PhotoImpression 3.0, and QBeo PhotoGenetics 2.0 TE to help you get the most out of your prints. Installation with a PC or Mac is straightforward via the built in USB and PCMCIA ports. Adjusting print settings is easy thanks to the intuitive onboard control panel. The 785 EPX comes standard with a roll-paper holder and a one-year warranty. ... Read more


  • Up to 2,880 x 720 dpi resolution
  • Uses 6-color quick-drying inks for smudge-free results
  • Prints directly from digital camera memory cards
  • Standard USB interface; PC and Mac compatible
  • Supports a wide variety of media including roll paper

Reviews (70)

3-0 out of 5 stars Double-edged sword
The Epson 785 has amazed and angered me all at once. The photo-quality prints are stunning, however, those little 'track marks' that other reviewers have told about are present on my photos as well. The photo paper brand has alot to do with it, tho. HP paper shows the worst marks (9mil), Epson and Kodak paper (8mil) isn't too bad, but under good light, I can still see faint track marks. They are made by the small metal 'cogs' that guide the pic once it leaves the print head. I can't figure out why epson used this type of mechanism, clearly if the ink is still wet, these cogs will leave marks. I'll have to return this printer- I can't display or sell my photos w/ this type of flaw!!
I DO like the software package, however. Once you get used to the nuances of it (2-3 pics) its flexible enough for most anyone.

1-0 out of 5 stars terrible printer
This is the second epson printer I have owned. Both printers have the same problem. The extremely annoying problem is printer head clog if you don't use it in 7 days. Then you need to clean it. Each clean cycle will use about 1/10th of ink. I usually can print seven 7x10 photos per set of cartrige. Rest of the ink is used for printer head cleaning. It is also very slow for photo printing. I don't know if all of the inkjet printers have the same problem!

1-0 out of 5 stars Horrible Printer
This is a terrible printer. I've never seen any piece of equipment that takes so long to get going - anytime you do ANYTHING (even just changing the cartridge), it rolls the cartridges back and forth multiple times, rolls the paper bar, etc. etc. until you finally turn it off and try again. It takes a good 5 minutes for the stupid cartridges to center and stop rolling so you can change them. Plus, it goes through a color cartridge before you've even printed what would be a roll of film. To top if off - the quality is poor - the colors are NEVER right. Look elsewhere for a better printer

1-0 out of 5 stars Epson Stylus Photo 785EPX
Absolutely the worst printer I've ever owned.

4-0 out of 5 stars 785 work horse
Being a professional photographer, I went entirely digital about 18 months ago. My first investment was a Epson 1280. I loved it but needed a 2nd printer to print different items, most notably, proof prints and preview sheets for my customers. I bought my first 785EX. Being honest, at times I have problems with head clogs, but my 1280 clogs once in a while too. It is the nature of the beast. I now have 3- 785's. The last two I purchased from a office supply outlet on clearance for $45.00 each. Granted they clog once in a while, but if you can live with that shortcoming they are a great printer. The color matching is great, and the prints are fantastic. The key is using good paper. Epson paper is great, but a bit pricey if you go through a lot of paper. I have also had great luck with some red river papers. Draw backs of this model are few but the color ink cartidge is one of them. I get about 20 8 x 10 enlargements from a color cartridge. Have been buying non-Epson ink from a on line ink supplier with good results. Overall, maybe I have just been lucky, but I swear by Epson printers and the 785, for the money will print 8 x 10 prints as good as my Epson 1280. ... Read more

73. Epson Perfection 1650 Flatbed Scanner
list price: $199.99
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Asin: B00005M257
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 15141
Average Customer Review: 3.89 out of 5 stars
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The simply designed setup and interface of the Epson Perfection 1650 will have you happily scanning away in just a few minutes. The scanner connects to your PC or Macintosh via a USB cable, and its slim design and small footprint show that it was designed with the home office in mind.

A serious hobbyist couldn't ask for a better combination of precision and value. Despite the relatively low price, the scanner offers a 16-bit grayscale, 48-bit color, and a maximum resolution of 1,600 x 3,200 dpi--which is more than enough scanning power to glean every sharp detail from family photos.

One-touch buttons allow you to instantly copy, print, or e-mail photos. The built-in zoom feature provides a range of 50 to 200 percent, supplying plenty of options for enlarging or cropping your final prints. A cold cathode ray lamp is used as the light source, a powerful and economical choice that provides hours of efficient lighting. Maximum scan size is 8.5 x 11 inches, large enough for most office documents as well as your favorite vacation shots.

Included in the box is a USB cord, along with Epson Twain and a design software package. The manufacturer's warranty covers parts and labor for a full year. ... Read more


  • 1,600 x 3,200 dpi resolution
  • 48-bit color
  • USB connection
  • Four-button interface
  • Fast 10 milliseconds per line scanning speed

Reviews (28)

5-0 out of 5 stars Hmmm..... I can't think how it COULD be improved
I really like this machine.... It warms up in less than 20 seconds and prescans in about 5 seconds -- so it doesn't take long to get started. The Epson TWAIN 5.51A software offers 10 choices of image type: Color Photo (48-bit), Color Photo, Color Document, Black and White Photo (16 bit),Black and White Photo, Black and White Document, Illustration, Text/Line Art, Text (Background Removal) and Copy and Fax. One can preview the prescanned image in each by simply selecting each in the dropdown menu. It is simple to preselect the area to be scanned, and the file size under each image type shows on the "target" line. If the file size is too large (or you can handle a larger than indicated file size), you can adjust the DPI in the following increments: 50, 72, 96, 150, 200, 240, 266, 300, 350, 360, 400, 600, 720, 800, 1200, 1600, 3200, 9600, and 12,800 dpi. (Again, these options are all drop-down so they don't clutter the interface.) Changing this option dynamically alters the "target" preview file size. --- Scanning is a one-click process, and when finished one is taken from the TWAIN to a preview screen where one can rename the scanned file, and either scan more documents or exit into a third screen where one can (if saving to a drive) select the file path, and type of image file format: PCX, TIF, BMP, JPEG or PCT. If you save to JPEG you can select the image quality (high, medium, or low). This is my first scanner, but I can't think how it could be easier to use. I am still exploring the more esoteric features (aka bells-n-whistles), but the operation is simple and the quality of the images is fantastic. Between this scanner and my Paint Shop Pro software, I've been able to do anything I can imagine in the way of imaging. I'm not surprised at the high rankings that this machine has earned in a number of publications.

5-0 out of 5 stars Fabulous little scanner for the money!
I was looking for a low-cost decent-quality scanner to replace the two-year-old Umax Astra 1200s that I was very frustrated with (the quality of the scans was OK, or so I thought, but every time I tried to scan anything over 600 dpi the scanner software and Photoshop would quit, even after numerous clean reinstallations). After reading many reviews of many different products both here and on computer Web sites I decided that this one sounded like the best bet for the very reasonable price. (I'm spending the big money on a Nikon slide scanner, but that's another story.) I use the flatbed scanner in my desktop publishing business, mostly for small grayscale photos and line art, and for personal use as well (arcane projects, postcards, etc.). I had some 600-dpi scans of old movie posters (with lots of vibrant color and high contrast) I had made on the Umax from some very high-quality coffee-table type books. Just for comparison I re-scanned some of the same images on the Epson 1650. To put it bluntly, the Epson scans blew the Umax out of the water. The color fidelity and saturation of the Epson is greatly improved over the Umax scans, particularly in the reds, yellows, and fleshtones. The overall sharpness is also much improved, even when utilizing the automatic de-screening feature. Though the Umax scans were also de-screened, when I put them side-by-side in Photoshop at the same resolution and magnification, the process dot pattern of the originals is much less visible in the Epson scans than in the Umax scans, even with the increased sharpness. Very impressive. Overall brightness and contrast of the Epson scans is also better. In short, in no area were the Umax scans superior. I am very pleased. The prints off my Epson Stylus Color 880 (another terrific, inexpensive macine that also influenced me to buy this scanner) look fabulous, especially when printed on Epson photo gloss paper. (Printing to, for example, Xerox brand ink jet glossy photo paper still yields a print which would look great without anything to compare it to. However, placed side-by-side with the original, a print on the Xerox paper has a noticeable magenta cast and undersaturated blues and cyans while the Epson print is virtually dead-on.) A perfectionist with an exceptional eye may be able to spot some technical flaws with the scans produced by this machine (I can't and I'm pretty picky myself), but then they should be spending [lots of money] for a professional-level scanner if that's their wont. And yes the OCR bundle leaves a lot to be desired, but anyone doing lots of OCRing should just spring for OmniPage anyway. For this kind of money, the scans produced by this little box are terrific; even without color management and with minimal Photoshop tweaking they come off the printer extremely close to the originals. What else can you ask? My only caveat to a buyer is to make sure to read the installation instructions carefully and not interrupt the relatively long and unnecessarily confusing installation process. I'm a reasonably proficient (12+year) professional Mac user used to one-click installations and I somehow interrupted the installation before it was done. The scanner was unusable until I did an uninstall, reread the instructions carefully, and did a clean reinstall. After that the scanner software has worked flawlessly (it even dumped a Photoshop plug-in into the correct folder for me!) and it allows me to calculate reduction/magnification percentages online (hurray!), something even Umax's cheesy "professional" mode didn't allow. Highly recommended!

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent scanner value
There is much to like about the Epson Perfection 1650 scanner. What sets this one apart from others I have used is the truly excellent supporting software that is included. You get your choice of scanning applications, including some one-button jobs that you might find entertaining. YOU will want to ease into manual mode, called Epson Twain, where you get exquisite control of all the scanner settings, with very fine adjustments possible. Figure it all out, experiment with it, and get very high quality scans, just the way you want them, with little or no Photoshop tweaking necessary.

Native resolution is said to be 1600 dpi, but in reality the sharpness maxes out at 800 dpi, apparently limited by the optical system. Best results are at submultiples of 1600. Going from 800 dpi to 1600 dpi gets you a file four times the size, with no additional detail. For most scanning, this is not a problem. If you are a philatelist scanning itty bitty stamps, you need a better scanner.

I bought the accessory 4x5 transparency unit, as I shoot some photos in that format. Strangely, the cosmetics of the transparency unit (beige) do not match the scanner (two-tone grey.) There are holders for a 35mm strip, and for 120 and 4x5 formats. Unfortunately, there was no 35mm mounted slide holder. You just lay them on the glass. Scans from film are quite good, but limited in resolution. They look soft compared to a dedicated film scanner, but then, there is a huge difference in the price.

OCR software is included. I gave it a really unfair test, scanning a fuzzy, distorted printout from a library microfilm reader. Astonishingly, it read every word correctly, except for one drop cap at the beginning of a paragraph.

This scanner is an excellent value in its price range, with the best software support I have seen to date.

5-0 out of 5 stars Fast, reliable, and easy to use
You can't go wrong with this. I've had it for over 2 years now, and am still loving it. Even though it is USB it is extremely fast. Another plus, is that the linux drivers are awesome.

3-0 out of 5 stars NOT for XP Pro...
This scanner worked fine on ME, but we all know how well ME works. I upgraded to XP PRO, and just can't get the software to work. Mechanically, the scanner is fine, but the software and support from Epson and Newsoft has left a lot to be desired. I have spent HOURS on the phone to both support groups, but error code (-115) seems to be unbeatable. Never mind, Epson, I'll buy the Canon next time. Vote with your dollars. ... Read more

74. Epson PowerLite 745c Multimedia LCD Projector
list price: $4,949.00
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Asin: B0002Y01NA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 13704
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  • 1,024 x 768 XGA native resolution, compatible up to 1,600 x 1,200
  • 2,500 ANSI lumens, 400:1 contrast ratio
  • Wired and wireless local networking capabilities
  • Selectable 16:9, 4:3, and 5:4 screen aspect ratios; 1-watt speaker
  • PC, HDTV, NTSC, and PAL video signals; 2-year warranty

75. Epson LQ-570E Dot Matrix Printer
list price: $349.99
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Asin: B00004Z3J3
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 22002
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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The Epson LQ-570E dot-matrix printer is handy for printing forms or invoices, especially when used with multiple sheets. This dot matrix prints at a rapid 500 cps (draft speed is 300 cps) and can handle forms of up to six parts (five copy sheets plus the original). The printer has 24-pin wide-carriage printing and zero tear-off paper handling, which makes for a much cleaner sheet. The print-head is good for over 200 million strokes per wire, which ensures a long life, and it has a standard parallel interface. It includes front, rear, bottom, and top paper paths.

The LQ-570E works with Windows 3.1x, Windows 95, and Windows NT 3.51/4.0 printer drivers. Included with the printer are a driver CD, a user's guide, and a print ribbon. Measuring 6.3 by 16.35 by 14.5 inches, the LQ-570E weighs 16.53 pounds and fits easily on a desktop or counter. Epson offers a two-year limited warranty in the U.S. and Canada. ... Read more


  • 24-pin wide carriage printing
  • Rapid 480 cps print speed
  • Print up to 6-part (original + 5) forms
  • Zero tear-off paper handling
  • Front, Rear, Bottom and Top paper paths

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4-0 out of 5 stars Epson
This is a good printer. It is fast, quiet, and easy to set up. It has a paper rip off feature, that advances the paper to make it easier to remove it. It is easy to feed new paper in it. ... Read more

76. Epson PoweLite 830P LCD Projector
list price: $5,799.00
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Asin: B0002KHGR8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 34338
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Offering superior image quality and remarkable flexibility, the Epson PowerLite 830p is the ultimate solution for high-performance presentations in virtually any setting. XGA resolution, 3,000 ANSI lumens, and Epson LCDs deliver accurate color, rich saturation, and incredible detail. And, with 3-D Y/C separation, this projector delivers great video quality, too.

A whisper-quiet performer, the PowerLite 830p provides convenient automatic setup. And, with four input connections with dedicated audio for each, it's easily adaptable to any situation. A power focus and an ultra wide 1.6x zoom ensure easy setup for both ceiling-mounted and desktop presentations. Plus, with built-in LAN support, users can remotely control an installed projector.

What's in the Box
830P projector, power cable, remote control with battery, computer cable, audio adapter cable, USB A/USB B cable, wireless LAN card, Epson Projector Software CD-ROM, Start Here Kit, soft carrying case, Private Line calling card for technical support ... Read more


  • Up to 3,000 ANSI lumens, 1,024 x 768 native resolution
  • 600:1 contrast ratio, 4:3 aspect ratio
  • RJ45 control networking capability; wireless LAN card
  • 3-D Y/C separation technology for superior video quality
  • Integrated 5-watt speaker; 2-year warranty

77. Epson V13H010L33 Replacement Lamp for PowerLite S3 Projector
list price: $199.99
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Asin: B0009JFSRM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
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Epson Replacement Lamp - 200W UHE Replacement Lamp - 2000 Hour(s) High Brightness Mode, 3000 Hour(s) Low Brightness Mode ... Read more

78. EPSON Perfection 1650 Color Flatbed Scanner ( PC / Mac )

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Asin: B000094FSX
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 34623
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  • 4 button interface scans images to an email software program, a photo printing program, or Epson's photo-sharing Web site
  • USB connectivity makes for easy connectivity with most any PC or Macintosh system
  • Software bundle for added versatility includes ArcSoft PhotoImpression, EPSON Smart Panel with NewSoft OCR and EPSON TWAIN Scanning Software
  • Optical Resolution -1600 dpi
  • Hardware Resolution -1600 x 3200 dpi maximum

79. Epson PowerLite 73c Video Projector
list price: $3,449.99
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Asin: B00007JQGN
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 25461
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Engineered to deliver both power and flexibility, the 6.4-pound PowerLite 73c offers XGA (1,024 x 768) native resolution with resizing to 1,280 x 1,024 and 640 x 480 and is rated at 1,500 ANSI lumens. With a rich 500:1 contrast ratio, this projector also uses three high-aperture LCDs for razor-sharp images, offers a dedicated monitor output, and features Epson's exclusive auto-keystone correction up to 15 degrees.

The heart of the advanced imaging technology for this projector lies in the Seiko three-LCD projection system. Each 0.7-inch imager is engineered and synchronized to achieve high levels of picture quality, such as brightness distribution (illumination ratio), color saturation, color accuracy, and efficiency. Together, they create accurate shades of red, green, and blue that blend to produce a projected image with rich, true colors and sharp, black text.

The 73c comes fully equipped with advanced features such as picture-in-picture technology, optical zoom, a multifunction remote control, and onscreen help features. It meets the same stringent quality control measures that Epson uses for the rest of its projector line, so customers can be confident that it will stand up to the most rigorous travel schedules. A two-year limited warranty includes three elite technical support services: Epson's Private LineSM, Road Service Program, and international warranty. ... Read more


  • 1,024 x 768 native resolution with resizing to 1,280 x 1,024
  • 1,500 ANSI lumens brightness
  • 15-degree auto keystone correction
  • Electronic zoom lens; monitor-out port
  • Credit-card-sized remote

80. Epson C272001 24-PIN Wide 480CPS Printer
list price: $749.00
our price: $618.99
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Asin: B00004Z9QZ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 38667
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