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Excellent

AdvantagesFreedom from the tyranny of small expensive ink cartridges. Good photo quality printing

DisadvantagesMore expensive to buy

...is where a printer like the Epson ET-2550 comes in. Weighing in at £200 from Currys/PCWorld, it?s not cheap compared to my existing Epson XP-412 which IIRC, cost me around £60 to buy. However, the new printer comes with what is estimated to be around the first 2-years-worth on ink built in. The ET stands for Eco Tank by the way. Of course, the tanks can?t be sitting atop the print head any more...

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Satisfactory

“Epson”

published 07/08/2007

AdvantagesGood Value Product

DisadvantagesNone

...-jet - colour Dimensions (WxDxH): 84.8 cm x 76.2 cm x 35.6 cm Weight: 40.2 kg Max Media Size (Standard): ANSI C, Roll (43.2 cm) Max Media Size (Custom): 431.8 mm Print Speed: Up to 12.8 sq.m/hour - draft - A2 (420 x 594 mm) Max Resolution ( B&W ): 2880 dpi x 1440 dpi Max Resolution ( Colour ): 2880 dpi x 1440 dpi Interface: IEEE1394 FireWire, USB Language Simulation: EPSON ESC/P 2 Media Type: Plain...

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Excellent

AdvantagesAffordable, high quality, reliable.

DisadvantagesNot the latest model.

...First impressions Over the past few years I have worked with and gained a lot of experience using thermal printers for the receipts we are required to print out as part of the job I am doing. I have stuck exclusively to the Epson brand of printers and I started out with one of the very early models. Here we have the Epson TM-T88IV and this is the MK4 version of the Epson Thermal Printer. I...

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