Epson Stylus Scan 2500 Reviews
Product Type: Epson inkjet printers
Description:Model ID B102051 / Epson Stylus Scan 2500 - Printer - colour - ink-jet - Legal, A4 - 1440 dpi x 720 dpi - up to 6 ppm - capacity: 100 sheets - parallel, USB / The All-In-One Epson Stylus Scan 2500 prints, scans, and copies-and does it all to Epson's exacting standards. Advanced ... more
Epson Stylus Scan 2500 ... Micro Piezo print technology delivers high resolution for sharp, Photo Quality color printing. You can even use the Epson Stylus Scan 2500 as a stand-alone copier, turning out high quality digital color copies without your computer. Add the optional Automatic Document Feeder (included with the Epson Stylus Scan 2500 Pro model), and it becomes a full-featured color digital copier, easily copying multiple documents.
The intuitive Epson Smart Panel software gives you fast access to every function. A powerful software bundle lets you create, manage, and distribute images and text. When connected to the computer, you can use Epson Stylus Scan 2500 to send electronic documents and images by PC-fax or e-mail, or to scan an image directly into another application. With the same control panel, you can even fine-tune the copy controls. One small footprint and so many easy-to-use features make the Epson Stylus Scan 2500 the ideal choice for office work groups and home businesses.
Newest Review: ... When I plugged in the Stylus Scan, my new Windows ME OS was clueless. I had to call Epson technical support to be walked ... more
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Customer Epson Stylus Scan 2500 Reviews (4)
by - written on 15/02/01, updated on 15/02/01 (Very useful, 85 readings)
I decided to treat my new P-III 850 to a peripheral makeover. The Epson Stylus Scan offered convenience, high quality functions, at a unit price far below machines with comparable quality features. The multifunctionality let met discard a three-way switch and 3 fat parallel cables along with an inferior scanner and two old printers. Like all inkjets, the cost per page is higher than lasers if you are a high-volume user, but you will pay three to five times as much for a laser unit. I always take big jobs to a quick-print place. UPSIDES: Price for the unit (under $250 USD delivered), high quality flatbed scanner (600 x 2400 dpi, 36-bit colour), high quality ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/11/00, updated on 23/11/00 (Very useful, 86 readings)
The initial reaction to this printer when you see the spec sheets is very good, especially for only £250 but when you get away from the gloss, it is a completely different story. This is one of the new set of all singing, all dancing devices that seem to be flooding the market over the last couple of years. The device can be used as a printer (colour, b&w), colour scanner, colour copier and fax machine (requires a seperate modem). The printer comes with both parallel and USB connectivity, although only a parallel cable is supplied with the printer. The build quality was not brilliant on these machines either, as i had two out of five turn up non-working, one ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/11/00, updated on 07/11/00 (Very useful, 48 readings)
This is a great product if you are using Windows 98, Windows Millenium, or an Apple Mac. But if you use or are planning to use other operating systems, I would recommend you look elsewhere. Unfortunatly there are no drivers whatsoever available for using this product under Linux, neither Epson or any third party produces drivers. Epson do not support using their products under the Linux operating system which is a big pity as they make some good products. There is also no NT driver available, and the Windows 2000 driver appears very buggy. I would recommend this product, but only if you are a Windows 98/Millenium or Apple Mac user. It has some very nice ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/02/01, updated on 07/02/01 (Useful, 230 readings)
This is a nice printer. It's got good text, good graphics, great photos. This is a great scanner. It has high resolution on its 24-bit colour flat-bed. It does good photocopies, enlargements and reductions, copies colour photos as well. It's a great tool. Looks good on the desk as well. And it has USB and parallel ports. But why, oh why, don't those Epson guys write drivers for Win NT? Why don't they write drivers for Linux? Why are we forced to use Win98 with its inherent instability and general awfulness? Don't buy it. I wish I hadn't. And unless you use Win98 all the time, you'll soon live to regret buying this ... Read the complete review
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