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Epson R1800 printer review at Steves Digicams
Mark Peters : October 12th 2005 - 16:45 CET
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Steve's DigicamsEpson R1800 printer review at Steves Digicams : Our good friends from the US at Steves Digicams have published their Epson Stylus R1800 review. The Epson Photo R1800 is offering formats of up to A3-plus format. This printer features eight Epson UltraChrome Hi-Gloss pigment inks and Epson printing technology and is able to print on everything; sheet or roll, CDs or DVDs. Eight pigment inks are used in the Epson Stylus Photo R1800 printer. Epson Gloss Optimizer ensures the balanced, brilliant shine of the image surface, and the black inks Matte and Photo Black provide automatic optimal results on gloss and matt media. Sunsets, autumnal scenes and idyllic blue oceans are subject to perfect natural presentation.
Epson R1800 printer review at Steves DigicamsStylus R1800 - Wide format printer
The Epson Stylus Photo R1800 is the first 13-inch wide format printer in the U.S. capable of printing directly onto inkjet printable CDs or DVDs. Users simply place these disks in a tray that slides through the printer’s front-loading CD tray and path. This capability is only offered by Epson and can also be found on the Epson Stylus Photo R200, R300/R300M, R320 and R800. Users can create their own CD or DVD designs, or utilize colorful backgrounds and images with the included Epson Print CD software.

Epson Stylus R1800 - Steve's comments
According to Steve: " It's good to see that Epson has significantly improved their print times, especially when making borderless prints. The Epson R1800 is one of the quietest Epson printers I've ever used, even during "pump up" cycles it's very tolerable. The Epson Photo R1800, even though it lacks a Light Black ink, is very good at making high quality black & white prints on glossy, matte and fine art media. However, if B&W prints are your main thing, I would recommend the older Stylus Photo 2200 over the R1800."

Epson Stylus Photo R1800 - Steve's Digicams conclusion
Steves continues: "The Epson R1800 is a fast and versatile wide-carriage photo printer that when used with Epson UltraChrome inks and papers, produces photo lab quality prints that last as long as conventional photo prints. We haven't used the R1800 long enough to be able to estimate the approximate "cost per print" but as with all multi-cartridge printers, it can get expensive with the special papers and ink cartridges. If you need to make large, professional quality prints then this printer is sure to please." You want to learn more about this Epson printer? Continue to read the Epson Stylus Photo R1800 review at Steves Digicams!

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Steve's Digicams was founded in the year 1997, by, indeed, Steve. Steve Sanders is well experienced in photography, 30 years, and wants to share this experience with everyone on the Internet. Steve's motto is: simplicity. The way the website is build makes it also possible for those who haven't got a fast connection to download the website very quickly. In the same way the reviews are being written. According to Steve, it should not be necessary to follow a course in photography to be able to understand a review. For this approach Steve is well known world wide and he is welcome to it by his many readers. Beside test reports Steve's site has various other items, like a forum, camera specifications, daily "breaking" news.

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