Epson Stylus Color 760 Reviews
Product Type: Epson inkjet printers
Description:Model ID C298035DH / Epson Stylus Color 760 - Printer - colour - ink-jet - Legal, A4 - 1440 dpi x 720 dpi - up to 7 ppm - capacity: 100 sheets - parallel, USB / When you've got a fast, versatile and professional tool like the EPSON Stylus Color 760 ink jet printer, the size of ... more
Epson Stylus Color 760 ... your office can be your little secret. After all, with the EPSON Stylus Color 760, your results will be big, bold and breathtaking. Your presentations, reports, newsletters and digital photos will grab your audience with inspiring 1440 dpi Photo Quality color images and crisp, laser sharp black text on all types of paper and transparent media.
Whether you're running Windows or Mac OS, your work will shine, courtesy of the printer's EPSON Perfect Picture Imaging System, featuring award-winning Micro Piezo ink jet technology, smooth AcuPhoto Halftoning and convenient quick drying inks that won't bleed or smudge. Yes, the fast and flexible EPSON Stylus Color 760 ink jet will give your small office everything you need for big printing results. Everything, that is, but your big ideas. Those are up to you.
Newest Review: ... and gives excellent photo reproduction prints (on the correct paper). The Epson 760 also has two ink cartridge slots one for ... more
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Customer Epson Stylus Color 760 Reviews (13)
by - written on 26/09/00, updated on 26/09/00 (Very useful, 64 readings)
I bought this printer some eight months ago. It has continued to impress me with both its speed when needed, and its quality. The test photos provided which you can print looki astounding with ink dots almost impossible to see, except on very light areas. I have printed out many a photo on it, sticking with 6" x 4" paper because of its availability and because my digital camera is "only" Imegapixel and may struggle for resoultion. The printer does struggles with large grey areas - my daughter sschool cardigan in this case - which comes out very red spotted. I assumed that this may be a problem with all printers, and indeed my ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/09/00, updated on 17/09/00 (Very useful, 124 readings)
The first Epson I ever bought was back in '96, when I got a Epson Stylus Colour II for what I thought was a reasonable price. Granted, it was cheap, cheerful and looked good, but after a couple of months the print quality dropped dramatically. Now, this was a big drop in quality, one minute it could print near photo quality images, and suddenly all I got was a piece of paper with an unsightly blob of ink on. Even if I wanted readable text printed out, I had to set the settings to monochrome text on max resolution. Well, seeing as the printer was so useless I decided to chuck it away. After all, what's the point of having a useless printer? ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/03/01, updated on 16/04/01 (Very useful, 106 readings)
Without a doubt, the 760 is a fantastic printer, and with a print resolution of 1440 dpi (dots per inch) no-one can deny that. The printer package itself is excellent, with being supplied with a selection of special papers, such as photo paper, glossy paper, and a few sheets of normal paper. The supplied software is also excellent, which includes many utilities to keep your printer running in tip-top condition, to keep it clean and to keep it running at peak efficiency. Using the special papers, and selelecting the correct paper settings in print setup, really does unleash the printing power of this exceptional printer. It will print photographs as if ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/07/00, updated on 05/04/01 (Very useful, 414 readings)
The 760 is an outstanding printer, but like most printers it does have a few downsides. One of them being the fact that cleaning your inkheads uses up a large amount of ink. Why this should be I do not know. Apart from this, and the fact refill cartridges are expensive, this is probably the best inkjet in its class. It uses Epsons/Seikos own Micro-Piezo technology for printing. this allows better blending of colours, and variable ink dot sizes as well. The results on the higher quality paper are absolutely outstanding. It is at least as good as a glossy magazine, or photos which have been professionally developed. If youre wanting cheaper refills, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/07/00, updated on 07/07/00 (Very useful, 180 readings)
Ok, so I wouldn't advise you enter the world of fraud to try and print cash, but this printer has seriously good resolution. I am not one for technical jargon but this printer can print 1440 dots per square inch. Eat your heart out dot matrix!!! This is a color printer that is best at photos and can print pure quality on any paper, whether it be photo paper or just your average cartridge paper. The images are brilliant and it can even save you on photo processing which costs a bomb! Just the other day I tested this theory and printed a photo on kodak paper. The picture was taken on a digital camera. I found the quality so good that I framed the ... Read the complete review
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