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Epson Stylus Color 880 Inkjet Printer - FrostyTech.com Epson Stylus Color 880 Inkjet Printer
Mon Jan 08, 2001 | 1:42A| PermaLink
As you can see from the test results, the Stylus Color 880 is no slouch in terms of speed, especially for economy and standard mode printing. Where it tends to drag a bit is at the very high end--1440 dpi and 2880 dpi. But this is expected given the amount of data transferred from the source to the printed pages. Our only dislike is the skimpy four sheets of Epson Photo Paper bundled with the unit and the slight mechanical roller traces (common to most inkjet printers) left on low-resolution color print-outs. Some of our high-resolution output even beat our reference samples printed out on an expensive HP color laser printer--viz., metal and skin colors/tones were more distinct using this Epson printer. This is really good as the laser printer costs about 20x more than the Stylus Color 880. Sure, the color laser printer could churn out hundreds of uniform color pages in much less time, but what SOHO/small office regularly needs to produce such copious amounts of color print-outs? For SOHO/small office use, the Epson Stylus Color 880 offers performance, versatility, reasonable price--remember that some other current 'photo-quality' inkjets cost twice as much as the Epson--and overall good text and photo-quality output.
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