|Epson Stylus R200 Digital Photo Inkjet Printer Brand New in Box|
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|For a versatile printer that delivers high quality prints and can produce professional text documents from a home office, the Epson Stylus R200 is a good option to consider. This digital photo printer produces prints at 5760 x 1440-dpi resolution for detailed, vivid photos. Six Micro Piezo ink cartridges work seamlessly to produce lab-quality prints that dry quickly. Ink cartridges can produce up to 630 pages of text and 430 photos at five-percent coverage before replacement. The Epson Stylus R200 offers BorderFree printing allowing users to create 4 x 6, 5 x 7, and 8 x 10-inch prints that are ready to frame. Photos print quickly; a 4 x 6-inch snapshot prints in less than 40 seconds. Additionally, this digital photo printer puts out up to 15 black and white, as well as color text pages per minute, saving users a lot of time. This Epson Stylus inkjet printer can connect via its USB ports for convenient printing. Able to accept letter, executive, legal and half-legal paper this printer allows users create various prints easily. This Epson Stylus inkjet printer supports regular paper, glossy, matte, and premium photo papers, scrapbook paper, transparencies, greeting cards, and photo stickers. Its 18.5 x 19 x 11.9-inch dimensions allow this printer to fit in any home office space. Because of its flexible paper type and size options, quality printing ability, and quick production, the Epson Stylus R200 is a good choice for any home office.|
|UPC||001034384953, 010343849532, 8715946226606|
|Printer Type||Digital Photo Printer|
|Family Line||Epson Stylus|
|Black print speed up to||15 ppm|
|Max Resolution (BW)||5760 x 1440 dpi|
|Color print speed up to||15 ppm|
|Max Resolution (Color)||5760 x 1440 dpi|
|Extend Printer Technology||Micro Piezo|
|Computer Operating System||Apple MacOS 8, Apple MacOS 9, Apple MacOS X, Microsoft Windows 2000, Microsoft Windows 98 Second Edition, Microsoft Windows Millennium Edition, Microsoft Windows XP Home|
|Direct Printing Capabilities||Print Photos Without a PC|
|Printers Special Features||Borderless Printing|
|Media Type||Banners, Bond Paper, Borderless Media, CD/DVD Labels, Color Paper, Envelopes, Glossy Paper, Glossy Photo Paper, Greeting Cards, Heavy-Weight Matte Paper, Heavy-Weight Paper, Inkjet Paper, Iron-On Transfers, Labels, Matte Paper, Photo Paper, Photo Paper Pro, Photo Stickers, Plain Paper, Premium Photo Paper, Self-Adhesive Sheets, Semi-Gloss Photo Paper, Transparencies|
|Max Media Size||Panoramic A2 (210 x 594 mm)|
|Media Capacity||120 Sheets|
|Installed RAM||128 MB|
|Release Date||February, 2004|
Prints directly onto CDs and DVDs; inexpensive; good photo quality.
Mediocre text quality; slow photo-print speed.
The R200 doesn't produce the best images, but some shutterbugs may be turned on by its unique feature: printing directly onto CDs and DVDs.
Average review score based on 19 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
I now own two of these printers. I decided to find and buy another (Second) since they are no longer manufactured as a replacement incase the one I have owned for 5 years decided to fail. I purchased a Continuious Ink Flow System that feeds the ink to the six individual ink cartridges. Yes Six! Lowering to almost eliminating the purchase of ink per year. This printer also will print directly on a CD or DVD with the use of it's disc adapter. Great photo quality printing due to the individual (six) color cartridges. I have to rate it good instead of excellent because it's no longer manufactured and unless you purchase an ink flow system you might not find replacement cartridges.
Epson doesn't make the R (200)series printers any longer. Why? Because you can refill the ink cartridge or get a CIS system and never have to pay Epson's outrageous prices for ink. In fact, you can look at it like this: Epson gives the printer away when you buy it NIB; what you are paying for is the actual INK. The Ink is where Epson is making the big bucks.
People in the know are now charging outrageous prices for the R200 (a discontinued item) because they know it is a good printer for regular use and excellent for photos. So, it you find one, buy it. Then buy a CIS or CISS system for your model. It has been years since I've paid for ink.
I have been trying to buy as many R200's as I can find under $75 because eventually the printer will wear out and you will need to discard it unless you can repair it. You should also get the chip reset CD for your unit if your printer has a hip-up. You'll find most of them sold in England.
I recommend the R200 and R280 for Photo printing and general use. If you can still find the C84, it too is a great printer. But make sure there is a CIS available or you will be wasting money.
My final advise is this: If you have a great printer, try to find a CIS or CISS system that goes with your machine. You will SAVE money. Make sure the ink you buy is the same type as the OEM.
I like the cd/dvd label print function, however some settings must be changed to make it perform like it should. The first label with default settings took 42 minutes, then after a few adjustments the second one took 3 minutes. I purchased a CIS system and have enough ink to last "forever". The paper tray holds a stack about an inch thick. I am using it as a network printer. I will be looking for an additional one just like it.
Bought it to print directly on a CD or DVD and it does that just great. Although if you're looking for something that burns blazing super fast this is not it. It's made for someone that isn't going to need super speed but it does a very quality job at a reasonable speed,,, kind of like printing a high res color picture on a sheet of paper but the paper is smaller so doesn't take as long. It uses seperate colors so if one runs out it's cheap to replace. Also Ebay has complete Non Epson ink sets for this Epson R200 around $10 and I don't see any difference from the expensive Epson ones and the Non OEM.
I love the Epson R200 and use it for printing CDs and DVD labels. It gives a great finished appearance to the Photo CDs/DVDs that I create for the family and special occassions.