Epson WorkForce 30
Released August, 2008
The Pros:Setup is quick and easy, only takes a couple of minutes. Photo print quality is excellent on glossy paper, colors are highly accurate and prints are sharp. Duplexing works consistently and is easy to turn on in the driver.
The Cons:Some quality control issues with printers arriving dead out of the box. Tends to go through ink extremely quickly. Registers cartridges as empty even when they haven't been used.
The Epson WorkForce 30 is a high-end inkjet printer with built-in duplexing. Print speeds are very fast compared to it's peers, ranging up to 38 pages per minute. Part of the reason for the increased speed lies in the dual-black ink system, which delivers ink to page more efficiently.
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Colour resolution is high as well, with a maximum resolution of 5760x1440 dpi. Photo-printing is an option, with photos sent from the PC; the ink used by Epson is smudge and water resistant, so photos can be handled directly after printing is complete. The WorkForce 30 uses individual ink cartridges (in addition to the dual black cartridges) and high-capacity options are available as well.
- Black Print Speeds: 38ppm (Draft) 27ppm (Laser-Quality)
- Colour Print Speeds: 20ppm (Draft) 11ppm (Laser-Quality)
- Maximum Colour Resolution: 5760x1440 dpi
- Built-In Duplexing
- 100 Sheet Paper Tray
- Smudge, Fade, Water-Resistant Ink
- Borderless Printing Up To Letter-Size
- Replacement Ink Cartridges: T068120 High-Capacity Black, T068220 High-Capacity Cyan, T068320 High-Capacity Magenta, T068420 High-Capacity Yellow, T069120 Black, T069220 Cyan, T069320 Magenta, T069420 Yellow
- Warranty: One Year Protection
User Reviews (1)
setup is quick and easy, only takes a couple of minutes
photo print quality is excellent on glossy paper, colors are highly accurate and prints are sharp
duplexing works consistently and is easy to turn on in the driver
prints text documents really fast, great for large multi-page documents
some quality control issues with printers arriving dead out of the box
tends to go through ink extremely quickly
registers cartridges as empty even when they haven't been used
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