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Epson Stylus Photo R2000 Printer Review
I have always had an Epson printer in my house or office, so I was very excited to hear the news that they had released a new range of A3 photo printers. I am pleased to report that Epson's new eight Ultrachrome HiGloss2 Pigment Ink System A3+ photographic printer has now arrived in stores.
The new A3+ printer features six buttons on the front panel. No colour screen or key pad. The printer is controlled via a PC or Mac. Connection can be via USB, Ethernet, or Wireless (requires initial USB connection). We should also mention the PictBridge port that will allow some direct communication from a camera.
The R2000 manages media up to A3+ in size from the rear paper tray, or a flat manual paper feed from the front or rear. There is also a CD/DVD tray for printing on to coated discs.
Epson have increased the capacity of the new range of Kingfisher Ink cartridges to 17ml, offering approximately a 50% higher yield. A T1597 Red and T1599 Orange cartridges work to improve flesh tones alongside the T1591 Photo Black, T1592 Cyan, T1593 Vivid Magenta, T1594 Yellow, T1590 Gloss Optimiser, and T1598 Matte Black cartridges.
Only genuine original Epson Kingfisher cartridges are available for use with the Epson Stylus Photo R2000 at the moment, but it will not be long before both compatible and refillable cartridges are produced.
We look forward to receiving a test machine so that we can review the Epson Stylus Photo R2000. We are sure that it will produce impressive results and could feature in our 2011 Awards!
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