Things that a serious photographer would look for in a photo printer might include large-format output, fast printing speed, a good price, and gorgeous, long-lasting prints. The Epson Stylus Photo R1900 delivers on all of these. It's a near-perfect choice for avid amateurs or professionals on a budget-if you can get over one little glitch.
The R1900 can print photos at sizes up to 13 by 44 inches, on a variety of standard and art papers. Its prints (especially in monochrome) were magnificent. It took a respectable 56 seconds for each 4-by-6 on our tests and 1:43 for each 8-by-10. It's optimized for glossy printing, and uses vibrant and durable pigment inks (seven ink colors plus a gloss optimizer cartridge). Epson claims a print lifetime of 300 years in an album and 200 years framed behind glass.
Its frequent paper jams in manual feed, compounded by incorrect recovery instructions, were a headache. Yet if you're looking for a printer to speedily output gorgeous, large-format prints that should last for generations, the R1900 should head your short list.Epson Stylus Photo R1900 ReviewPrice range: $549Check This Out:Epson PictureMate Dash Review: A Photo-Printing MarvelSamsung CLP-300 Review: Cheap Color Laser PrinterLexmark C782n Review: Paper-Handling Wiz
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