I bought this printer a little over a month ago and have only used it a few times. I only use it for pictures and it is the best printer that I have ever used.
I received this printer a few days ago, and the first thing that struck me was how big this printer is, at least 3x the size of my Epson 2630, but by far far this is the best printer I have ever had, the display is full color and a touch screen very easy to use and set up, the ink if you purchase a xl does 1100 copies before needs replacement, v/s 250 on my 2630, the speed at which this printer prints is amazing and only takes seconds to print a page , the images are crisp and clear far clearer than my old printer, also it has a tray below which holds around a half a pack of paper which makes it nice that I'm not always adding more. It comes with a printer port, Ethernet port and wireless and during setup you can choose which one serves your needs, the built in scanner is huge and does documents up to 11x17 much larger than most. The fax built in is easy to use and a breeze to set up. For the price this is well worth the investment in just ink savings alone. I would highly recommend this printer to anyone who wants professional quialty at a reasonable price.
Scanning my boat-load of 35mm film negatives to digital has been on my "wish list" for a long time. So when I retired, it was first on my list to start doing. I did a bunch of reading and decided to go with this scanner for multiple reasons. First it can do multiple scans at one time. Second it has a lot of automatic features to do the work for you. Third was an attractive price. Yes, there are models above this, but would I really use those features. When is good enough, good enough. I was not looking for "perfection" and not going to sell any of my scans in an art feast. After doing my research, and talking to a friend whose a photo guru, this seems like the best pick. It was not a hard setup, and the worst issue was realizing to REMOVE the part under the lid for scanning 35mm negatives (the instructions weren't fully clear on that). It took about a day to figure out the best settings to use on scanning my negatives and I am very pleased with the results. This will keep my busy for years. Other options were scanners that were made for only scanning 35mm negatives, but they did this one frame at a time - not a great way if you have many to do. You have to take the time to figure out how you are going to use the scanner to make your decision. The Internet is great for information, but also it can be information overload. So after taking time to really think it through, the Epson came in as the winner and has been rated as a top performer.
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