Epson Stylus Photo R2000 A3+ Photo Printer (8 Colour Ink System)

October 13, 2013 - Comment

Product Features Maximum resolution: 5760 x 1440 DPI Print technology: Inkjet Time to first page (colour; normal): 68 s Print speed (20×25 cm): 68 s Print speed (28×35.6 cm): 103 s

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Product Features

  • Maximum resolution: 5760 x 1440 DPI
  • Print technology: Inkjet
  • Time to first page (colour; normal): 68 s
  • Print speed (20×25 cm): 68 s
  • Print speed (28×35.6 cm): 103 s

Comments

terry says:

why pay for Epson 3000 I have been looking for some time now for a printer to replace my H.P.printer,and as I wanted a WIFI printer and one that would print up to A3 size,and with more than 4inks it came down to the Epson R3000 and I was about to order that model all be it it was a little more than I wanted to pay when I found the R2000 with almost the same spec as the R3000 but £200. cheaper,It was due to arrive on the 12th December 2011 but arrived on the 10th so that gave me two extra days to use it.The setting up was o.k. but you could not rush it,I have now printed a number of photographs and I could not have wished for better results and the gloss finish is in a class of its own. I have printed on all different weight paper and finishes and all are far far better than my old H.P.If you are looking for a WIFI A3 printer why spend about £598. on the R3000 when the R2000 will do the same work for £398.The service from amazon was first…

Tenerifian says:

Only minor issues. Bought this printer for the A3, wireless and roll paper capability. It is easy to set up with a little thought having to be put into the wireless set up at the computer end.The print quality is superb as one would expect from Epson. There are a couple of issues that may or may not cause me minor problems in the future. These are:1. Looking around the local shops (Liverpool) for the ink cartridges for this printer and have not, as yet, found one that stocks them so may have to order them online.2. The description states that the printer takes Epson roll paper and indeed there is a ‘banner’ print option. It seems that the only roll paper available is photo paper and again I have not yet found a local stockist.When needs must I will be approaching Epson about these issues but would appreciate any advice/information in the meantime.

pillarboxcottage says:

Impressive photo and text quality I bought this to replace my four and a half-year old Epson Stylus Photo R800. My primary use is for printing photos and also, importantly, for printing on thicker card as I make hand made greetings cards. My old R800 could just about manage to take cardstock, (although it wasn’t designed for the task) but it was a real pain and very time-consuming as I used to have to coax each sheet of card through. When the R800 died, I opted to buy the R2000 because it is specifically designed to take thicker card and is marketed as being for scrapbookers.The R2000 was a doddle to set up, and the print quality is fantastic, both for photographs and for text, which looks as good as the output from my laser printer. I am over the moon with the way it handles card. I can leave a stack in the paper tray and it prints each one beautifully with no manual intervention from me. It’s also very quiet! Be warned that it is a big beast, but it prints A3 so that’s to be expected. I haven’t tried…

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