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  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Epson-Eco tank ET-4850 All-in One

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

    The Epson-EcoTank-ET-4850 All-in-One works as advertise. The print quality is excellent. The Supertank ink last longer then the cartridge.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Epson Printer on Wi-Fi

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

    Handles my printing needs sufficiently. Still learning features, especially scanning.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Pros mentioned:
    Ease of use, Ink, Price

    Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Epson Quality & Value

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    The Epson - EcoTank ET-4850 is a solid AIO ink-jet printer. I so wanted to give this product a resounding 5 Stars but considering the overall design and the obvious physical layout - I truly believe that at this price-point, Epson could have easily included a bigger LCD-touch screen. For average sized hands (fingers), the provided touch panel is usable but would be much more user friendly with at least another inch of diagonal size - much less a mere half inch more. At 2.4 inches, this touch interface comes off a bit cramped during the entire setup process and during daily use. Looking across the entire line of affordable Epson inkjet printers, this is the only model with the touch screen. IMHO Epson should have upped the touch screen size and included one on the lower model without the document feeder. With that out of the way, there really isn't much else to complain about on the EcoTank ET-4850. I'm a huge fan of refillable tank printers. It's the future! This AIO includes full-on Wi-Fi, Ethernet, USB and RJ11 (phone/fax) connectivity. The unit is well built and easy to set up. It took me all of about 20 minutes to print my 1st test page. It was nice to see Epson include an installation CD with all the needed software. You get all the customary drivers & utilities along with an easy to run Software Update program. The process was smooth & painless and I was even notified that there was an available Firmware update during the set up. I own other Epson products and I have to say that they've put a great deal of effort into making their setup & software installation routines intuitive & enjoyable. Other printer manufacturers can learn from this. The EcoTank ET-4850 handles a wide variety of paper types and in its most basic mode, holds 250 sheets of standard paper. While printing a variety of documents & pictures, I didn't experience a single miss-feed or paper jam. Photos come out with brilliant clarity and amazing color depth. Regular color documents are produced with crisp text and reliably consistence ink dispersion across the entire sheet and across multiple pages. The printer is about average in terms of noise output during operation but it is very quick. The auto document feeder is also solid in operation and a nice feature to have if you do a lot of copying or scanning of multi-page documents. This is my second EcoTank model and I can personally vouch for the big cost advantages of the refillable tank ecosystem. Once you've owned & used this type of printer, you'll never go back to using wasteful sealed cartridges ever again. Pros: Solid construction Smooth guided setup with the provided CD disk 2-sided printing Scan to Computer from the printer control panel is brilliant & useful Excellent color rendition across documents & photos The complete in-home office tool for those that also require a fax machine High-capacity paper tray Super economical ink system Cons: Touch screen is simply too small @ this price point and hinders ease-of-use

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    The Best Printer I've Owned

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    The main reason to buy this printer is the EcoTank. As that is where the money saving is. They report this printer should net you about 6,000 color pages or 7,500 black/white pages before needing to buy a new ink BOTTLE (approximate numbers which may vary). Those bottles bought individually are $20 for black, or $13 a piece for color. Or if bought as a bundle $39. Compare that to the traditional ink cartridge which prints about 220 – 350 pages per cartridge for about $17 (for black) or $39 (color) per refill (again approximately). Additionally, there is less waste with bottles as they can be reused and there are less of them due to lasting longer. Which is a win all around. These EcoFit Bottles also lock into place before they transfer the ink into the printer, so you aren’t going to be dealing with a mess and makes the whole process very easy even for novices such as myself. This is the whole reason I bought this printer. But you may be wondering why this printer costs more upfront compared to other ink cartridge printers. The reason is because their business model is to make money off their printers over their ink where it is opposite with others. In the end this actually saves you money in the long run, but you are paying upfront which some people don’t like. Thankfully, you still get a modern All-In-One Printer which supports printing, coping, and scanning. You navigate between all the options via a very small 2.4” touch screen which is very responsive but doesn’t have a glass covering which makes it feel a bit less premium. It can Fax 100 pages at a time. The scan resolution is 1200x2400 DPI which is good. I didn’t fax anything so didn’t test that. But did find that the scan resolution was good and didn’t have any issues with it. The biggest negative is the print speed. Which is 15.5 pages per minute for black/white pages or 8.5 pages per minute for color which is bit slow and not recommended for those who value speed and print a lot. Compared to about 20 pages per minute for black/color from your typical ink cartridge printer. Thankfully with a resolution of 4800x1200 DPI pages come out looking clear with easily readable print. Especially, if you calibrate the printer which takes some time but is totally worth it. I found it to be better than my other ink cartridge printers that cost about $100 – $200 which I would expect at a higher price point. For those who care it supports plain paper, photo paper (but isn’t a photo printer), glossy paper, and matte paper up to 8.5”x14” legal (normal printer paper is 8.5”x11”). The tray itself holds 250 pages (which is about half a paper ream) and it has an auto document feeder and supports automatic two-sided printing (which I really like as I hate doing it manually) which works well. Printer noise is minimal, the specs report 52 dBA, which to my ears is about right. Normal human conversation is about 60 – 70 dBA for comparison. They say the monthly duty cycle (how many pages it can print per month) is 5,000. Obviously, I didn’t test that because I’m not someone who prints a lot. Moving onto the smart features this printer supports either wired (ethernet) or wireless. Initial setup is easy. It will have you download the Epson Smart Panel app, which then literally walks you through the process of setting everything up via instant message which I thought was pretty neat. Through this it shows you how to install the ink, connects it to a Wi-Fi network (appears to only work on 2.4 GHz bands), goes through a 10 minute ink initialization (which can damage the printer if there isn’t any ink in it), went through a firmware update, alighted the printer for the best printer quality, Epson Connect (cloud printing aka smartphone printing), setup via wireless on a PC (usual way), and last you can setup fax features but need a phone cable to allow that which I didn’t do. Overall, the process was seamless and easy as it gave instructions the entire way with links when required. But was a lot longer compared to other ink cartridge printers (mostly due to that 10 minute ink initialization and alignment settings). You can connect directly to the printer via USB 2.0 (instead of the old school printer type cable). The same Epson Smart Panel App allows your smart device to print. You can also set it up to be voice activated. So, it checks all the boxes for a modern age printer. Overall footprint of the device is very small, especially for how much it can do. Which I like A LOT. The build quality is great and a lot better than your typical printer. I found it to be the best “home” printer that I’ve ever felt regarding build quality. With the only loose tray being the one for the paper. I like that you can see how much ink you have left by peering at the front bottom right which isn’t digital but a window. Which I prefer over a digital reading and keeps me up to date on my ink usage better since it’s kind of right there. Touch screen doesn’t have a glass front (which makes it feel not as premium) but touches are very responsive and accurate. When I was scrolling or going from menu to menu I didn’t notice any lag. There are also a lot of customizability settings such as quiet mode. It also shows how strong of a connect to the Wi-Fi you have along with the Bluetooth connection to your phone. Epson App is also easy to navigate and user friendly. CONCLUSION: This is an excellent printer that you pay upfront for with savings later due to the ink savings. Print speed is a bit slow and initial cost is high. Touch screen could be bigger but is very responsive without lag. Epson Smart Panel App is useful for those who only own smart devices (phones/tablets). Overall, I have very little cons with a lot of pros. I find it to be a worthy investment if you aren’t printing a crazy amount of pages monthly and don’t mind slower print speeds. It’s easily the best printer I’ve ever owned. But also costs about 2x as much.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent and Innovative printer

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    This Epson EcoTank printer is excellent, and it is a must-have consumer office machine. Gone are the old spontaneous frequent replacement cartridge. Now anyone can make an economical print in color and high volume. I am an accountant, and I got this printer exclusively for my home office. Printing cost is reasonable that now my wife and two kids use a lot for their virtual school. It is getting plenty of use. Setup and connection take about 20-25 minutes to complete and require careful step-by-step instructions to fill the tanks with ink. I downloaded and used the Epson Smart Panel app for the entire setup (this is optional). Each color bottle is uniquely keyed, which makes it easy and error-free to fill each color tank. The uniquely keyed bottles are an excellent idea to prevent filling a color tank with a wrong color. Filling the tank, one must be careful not to squeeze the refill bottles. After the tanks were all filled, I followed a few more steps and connected the printer to the Wi-Fi. The touch screen responds very well, but the size could be a bit larger for bigger fingers. I like the convenience that I can print and scan from a mobile device. The Epson Smart Panel app has a tone of features on how to print or scan. A unique printing is ID cards; I can print both sides of any ID using the app in two steps. Scanning is fast with either the glass flatbed or the automatic document feeder. So far, I haven’t had any issue with the automatic document feeder. Once you get used to the machine, you will be scanning and printing stacks of documents. The prints come out with vibrant colors, and the blacks are dark enough. This Epson EcoTank printer does its primary purpose very well: to print fast and economically without compromising quality.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Pros mentioned:
    Ease of use, Ink, Price

    Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Very capable multi-function printer

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    Just received the ET-4850 multi-function printer and opened it immediately to setup it up. Setup took about 30 minutes using the Epson Smart Panel app on my iphone. It walked me right through it from filling tanks to WiFi with no problems. Filling the ink tanks was a breeze - hard to believe just how easy it was and how much it can reduce future costs of ink! Great job Epson. Print setup was easy as well - ran through the adjustments and tweaked a few settings with no issues. Print quality looks good for normal document printing. Photo printing was very good - especially using photo paper. Scanning was easy to use, but the initial quality suffered. After playing with the resolution and a few other settings, I have it working better. The document feeder works well too. I used it both scanning and copying - flawless. I only gave a 4 star rating as I can't seem to find a way to set/retain the default scan save location. I want it to go into the "My Scans" folder on my PC..... Other than the default scanning location issue - this printer is quiet, fast and easy to setup! Sure to be a solid performer in your home!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Pros mentioned:
    Ink

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Epson the one

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    Love the fact that I can see how much ink is left in the printer and will know when I need to buy more. That was the frustration with my old printer is not knowing when to buy more ink. The printing speed is fast. Takes up a lot less space compared to my old printer with a depth of about 14 inches with the output tray pushed in and a width of about 15 inches. I periodically have to fax items so that is why I selected this model.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Pros mentioned:
    Ink, Set up

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Good printer

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    Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.

    Easy set up, ink refills easily. Everything you would expect from an epson

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Pros mentioned:
    Ink

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    The the ink tanks.

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

    I rate it high for long lasting ink. Issue it prints slower and color photo not as good as my other Epson that takes cartridges.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Pros mentioned:
    Ink, Print quality, Set up

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Workhorse printer, scanner, copier and fax

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    For small offices and busy home offices, the new Epson EcoTank SuperTank ET-4850 All-in-One cartridge-free printer is a nice step up from ordinary. Print, copy, scan and fax from this all-in-one, saving big on ink throughout ownership. Here is a sample of its pedigree from Epson: • Unique PrecisionCore Heat-Free Technology™ and Claria® ET pigment black ink produce extremely sharp text – plus impressive color photos and graphics – on virtually any paper type • Built-in Scanner & Copier — High-resolution flatbed scanner and a 2.4" color touchscreen for easy document copying and navigation • Robust Paper Handling — Auto Document Feeder, paper-saving auto 2-sided printing and a 250-sheet paper tray for high productivity • Built-in Scanner & Copier — High-resolution flatbed scanner and a 2.4" color touchscreen for easy document copying and navigation • Modern Connectivity — Features Ethernet and wireless, plus hands-free voice-activated printing. Easily print from your smart device with the intuitive Epson Smart Panel® App What about EcoTank SuperTank? •Innovative Cartridge-Free Printing — High-capacity ink tanks mean no more tiny, expensive ink cartridges; Epson’s exclusive EcoFit® ink bottles make filling easy and worry-free • Dramatic Savings on Replacement Ink — Save up to 90% with replacement ink bottles vs. ink cartridges – that’s enough to print up to 7,500 pages black/6,000 color, equivalent to about 90 individual ink cartridges • Stress-Free Printing — Up to 2 years of ink in the box – and with every replacement ink set – for fewer out of ink frustrations • Zero Cartridge Waste — By using an EcoTank printer, you can help reduce the amount of cartridge waste ending up in landfills • Print speeds up to 15.5 ppm black and 8.5 ppm for color • Scan resolution up to 1200x2400 dpi • Print resolution up to 4800x1200 That’s what Epson tells us. Keep reading for my take! **WHAT’S IN THE BOX** • Epson ET-4850 • Four bottles of Epson ink, with enough ink in the box for up to two years of printing • Power cord • Documentation, including Software CD for Windows, warranty, quick start guide **THE SETUP** There are two ways to set up the printer. For users who already are part of the Epson universe with the Epson SmartPanel app on their phone OR getting the product ready to use, setting up Wi-Fi through the printer’s display without first having the app. Both methods ask the user to follow the prompts either on mobile phone’s screen or on the printer’s 2.4” color touchscreen display. Users are asked at a strategic point to install the ink from the supplied ink bottles, the printer responds to the ink being loaded, and then we are asked to confirm that ink is installed. The printer finishes priming the print mechanism for printing. Load some paper and set the paper size guides in the generous, 250-sheet paper tray. When these basic settings are completed, the Epson can print a test page to confirm its print alignment settings are good and that’s it, ready to go, except for any needed firmware updates. Loading about 100 sheets of plain paper in the tray. I chose to set up the printer for wireless only, though it has an Ethernet port for those who want a hard-wired connection to the network. There is also a standard USB Printer connection for those who want hard-wired connection to a computer. Finally, there is a standard RJ11 phone port with another port, a pass-through for a phone line connection necessary for fax use. The other jack can accommodate a hard wired telephone. None of the requisite cabling is included. Finally, with the printer on Wi-Fi, computers need the software to access the ET-4850 and print, copy, scan and fax. As with virtually all new printers or all-in-one devices like this one, Windows and Mac computers will automatically download the software on the computer recognizes the connected printer. All our Macs and all our Windows computers were easily set up for printing and scanning, with one Windows PC set up for faxing. Epson Remote Print was set up according to direction enabling the ability to print from a laptop or desktop computer to an Epson Email-enabled product anywhere in the world. Printing from mobile devices, from computers and as directed on the touch screen are all possible. Scanning to a mobile device, computer and cloud is available. Tipping out the bottom of the display for best viewing angle, it is time to . . . **PUT IT TO THE TEST** From a Mac, I sent a Web page to print, then a 3x5 photo in digital form. The photo lacked the snap I was hoping for, so I loaded a sheet of Epson photo paper. Much better! Copying (up to 100 copies) is easy both from the ADF or on the platen. Scanning, too, looked nearly perfect at all quality settings. Of course, higher resolution scans, as with prints and copies, take longer than at lower quality settings. Printing envelopes loaded in the paper tray worked well as expected. Scanning test – passed with flying colors. **WHAT’S MISSING?** There is no bypass slot for straight-through printing of iron-on patches or on any media that ought not to be bent and rolled through the normal paper path. All media must be picked up from the paper tray. **CONCLUSION** Except for a non-existent single-sheet bypass pick-up slot, this is a well-executed all-in-one printer. There is added value by virtue of inexpensive replacement ink bottles and the initial generous supply of ink included in the box. It’s a good deal all around. **WARRANTY** One year manufacturer’s warranty increases to two years with registration, including full unit replacement.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Pros mentioned:
    Set up

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Great printer

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    Owned for 1 week when reviewed.

    I have been doing a lot of printing with out fail for our business. This is a good small business printer. Easy set up

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Pros mentioned:
    Print quality

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Amazing product

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    Owned for 1 week when reviewed.

    Amazing product.. beautiful, bright and clear pictures.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Pros mentioned:
    Ease of use, Ink, Print quality
    Cons mentioned:
    Paper jams, Scanning

    Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Good enough...

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    I chose this printer because I don't to have to buy cartridges anymore and it has a compact design. As it turns out, the first one I received (via Amazon purchase) was defective and wouldn't scan. Had to ship it back to Epson via Fedex in the box the replacement came in. All in all, it was a simple process and they paid for it. Setup was somewhat confusing for me because the software directions are hard to understand and the website is not laid out well. Have not tried the app. I love the ease of filling the ink tanks and the print quality is great, but the printing/scanning/copying features are a bit slow for my liking; I can usually work on other things for the few extra moments it takes. Today, it was giving me issues during copying where it thought the ADF was jamming when it wasn't - then it would not scan from the ADF so I used the flatbed. Working fine now. It is a bit hard to read the digital screen which is very small. It would be helpful if Epson made that larger considering all the available area on the front. I do hope it lasts for at least a few years.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend
  • Pros mentioned:
    Ink, Print quality
    Cons mentioned:
    Scanning

    Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Full On All-in-One in Small Footprint

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    Especially capable ink printer with a small footprint that will be right at home in many spaces and roles. In any application where space may be limited the Epson ET-4850 will be good option for an All-in-One (copy, scan, fax, print). Can see the ET-4850 in a student’s dorm room, at home, and in offices. Strong point is the cartridge free high-capacity ink reservoir system which is stated to provide up to 7500 black pages and 6000 color. That is a remarkable amount of printing from one ink reservoir fill. Concerned that by adding ink to the printer could be messy, far from it, it is as simple as it gets and not a drop is leaked. Filling the reservoirs, the first time required about ten minutes. Document printing is striking quality suitable for professional correspondence, student papers, resumes, essays and for quick everyday prints. Photo printing is brilliant. Likes: 1. Small footprint - replacing a much larger all-in-one and love the space saving 2. Tilting control console with Color LCD screen – tilts from Vertical to Horizontal 3. Print Quality – excellent for my resident student 4. Auto-Document Feeder 5. Not having to replace expensive ink cartridges 6. Auto 2-sided printing 7. 250 sheet capacity 8. All-in-One features built into a capable small office printer 9. Ethernet and Wi-Fi 10. 2-year warranty – speaks to dependability The unit is somewhat noisier than the larger unit I am replacing, not an issue but noticeable. After a week of usage and a substantial amount of printing, from 175 double sided print job to many documents have found the Epson EcoTank ET-4850 to be Rock Solid, never skipped a beat.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Pros mentioned:
    Ease of use, Price, Set up

    Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    A Super Printer

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    The Epson EcoTank ET-4850 is a great home office printer. Setup was quick, and instructions were easy to understand. The size of the device was my initial concern. Fortunately, it sits comfortably on my desk by just being taller and having more depth than the average personal printer. The ET-4850 is packed with features. It isn't perfect, but executes exceptionally in many departments. The most important aspect is how does it perform with print jobs? Print jobs finished in a timely manner and with great color even for double-sided printing. Scanning produced high quality images, and the document feeder worked as normal. This Epson printer is very robust in connectivity with Wi-Fi capabilities, ethernet port, and USB cable option. Unfortunately, you're not supplied with a USB cord or ethernet cable, but they're inexpensive items. One desire is for the printer to handle photo printing better. This is not intended for that functionality, but the ET-4850 is very close to being the last printer you will ever want to buy for your home.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    I like it.

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    Very nice printer. The ink tanks are large on this one. They say you can print about 7000 pages before you have to refill one. This model includes a fax as well and a port for a phone with the fax line. The screen is a touch screen and it is easy to navigate. I set this up using my phone and it takes you step by step. The ink for the first time setting up the machine uses about a quarter from the tanks as it charges the lines in the printer. This is pretty much a one time thing unless you run the printer dry. It also pretty quiet vs other printers I have owned in the past. You are able to print via you cell phone and wirelessly on your computer. All in all this is a nice complete package in one unit.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Pros mentioned:
    Ink, Price, Set up
    Cons mentioned:
    Feeder, Paper

    Rated 3 out of 5 stars

    Underwhelming at the price point

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    Be careful about the glowing reviews for this printer. You will notice that most of them were written by people who received the printer for free, in exchange for a review. Generally when people review a product they didn't pay for they are more forgiving of flaws. I needed a new home office / family printer when my HP 8600 Pro recently died. That printer made it about 10 years and other than the expensive ink cartridges I had very few complaints about it. The Epson EcoTank 4850 is positioned at the very top end of what most home users will purchase. I chose this model for the touch screen and the automatic document feeder (ADF). You also get a fax interface on this model which many customers (like myself) probably will never use. The idea with tank printers is that you will pay more for the printer hardware up front, in this case $500, and pay less for ink. Epson says the ink that comes with the printer should last for two years, and after that, two more years of ink is about $50. Certainly if you do a lot of printing, this is more economical than cartridges. I'm sure I spent many hundreds of dollars on the cartridges I put in my HP, but the printer was also only $299 when I bought it. When I took the 4850 out of the box I could not believe how tiny it was. This is not necessarily a great thing as I'll cover in a moment. The printer is setup with an app on your phone, using BlueTooth and during the setup it will ask if you want to connect to WiFi. The Epson app seems to work well for the most part and the setup went quite smoothly although the process where you align the print head I thought was more difficult than it needed to be... those test page prints are microscopic and I had to get reading glasses that I almost never use to see the fine lines and choose the best option. Print quality is okay, but not great, and not as good as on the 10 year old much less expensive HP. Using the Epson app with the default settings the print was very washed out and undersaturated. I had to adjust the settings and turn off color correction and do another print, which looked better, but still not that impressive for a $500 printer. I'm not sure if there is a way to calibrate color on the printer. Print speed is quite good and the quality for "fast drafts" is definitely acceptable. Most of my criticisms come down to how the printer is constructed and used. The printer doesn't hold very much paper compared to my old one, and you can't completely remove the cartridge to make loading small photo paper easier. It also sits directly below the output tray, so you often have to move the output tray to get at the paper you are trying to put into the unit. It is not very well thought out at all and everything here seems like it was subject to cost cutting. The touchscreen is incredibly tiny, much much smaller than the one on my old printer, and it doesn't tilt, so you have to bend over to look at it or squat down in front of it. Terrible! The automatic document feeder is very flimsy and can't load very many sheets, it is also slow and REALLY noisy. The scanner is similarly very cheap feeling and I'm worried that the scanner door might eventually break based on how it is constructed. All in all I would rate this printer as just "okay". I'm certainly not impressed by it at the price point and based on how flimsy everything feels I am very skeptical it will last as long as my old one.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent, economical, easy set up Ecotank printer

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    Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.

    This printer is essentially perfect excepting the price. Is it worth it? Absolutely. Setup was SO simple compared to other printers I have had. It is so seamless and easy I couldn't believe it. I was used to having to type my wifi info on a tiny screen one click at a time on my old printer. The best setup process I have had. Printing and scanning are both fast and of excellent quality. The large paper tray and upper feeder is awesome to have. As other's have said, the paper catcher feels a tad less durable than I'd like but I'll just be extra careful with it and not use it for a step stool.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Printer

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    Owned for 10 months when reviewed.

    This was the most expensive printer they had in stock that uses refillable ink bottles. It was the only one they had in stock. Supply shortage i was told. Way more printer than i needed. It took quite some time to get it hooked up and printing. It works well enough but not fantastic.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Impeccable when printing with professional quality

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    Owned for 11 months when reviewed.

    Printer with excellent warm printing, inks last as long as you can not imagine, I printed with it, almost 300 photos and I do not spend if not 1% of all inks, fast additional, it prints double sheet with unparalleled speed, I recommend it for small businesses, tasks, homework and study.

    I would recommend this to a friend