Epson Stylus Photo R2400
The Bottom Line
It's hard not to recommend the R2400. The print quality is exceptional. It's worst deficiencies—poor document printing, poor onboard color management system, and slow print times—can be overlooked for those consumers not worried about print speed and who will be using the unit through an advanced image editing program.
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Our Favorite Online User Reviews for the R2400
We recently purchased an R2400 and we've been THRILLED with the results. In the first four days of owning this printer, we printed a combination of over 100 prints (50+ @ 8.5x11, 40@ 4x6, 6 @ 11x14, 100 business cards, and several photo/text documents) on a variety of Epson papers (Ultra Premium Glossy, Premium Glossy, Premium Luster, Matte Presentation) and plain paper and we were universally delighted with the results, even when compared to images we've gotten from photo labs in the past.
I've been using the Epson R2400 for about 6 weeks now. I am extremely impressed and very satisfied with the quality of output from this printer. As a non-professional (enthusiast) who felt a need to print beyond letter sized, the cost of R2400 was a significant hurdle to overcome. This was one of my most thoroughly researched purchases. After the fact, I am very satisfied in my decision.
The output quality from this semi-pro printer easily beats lab prints. Beautiful. The major downside to this printer (and most printers with built in print heads) is that you MUST use it weekly to prevent clogging.
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