Written on: 16/12/2009
I've had one ten years and still going strong. Slow but reliable. Photo prints used to be very good. Cartridges (non Epson brand) make it cheap to run (read more)
Written on: 11/01/2008
For its age as a photo printer I can?t really fault my Epson Stylus Photo 750, I also have an Epson scanner and they work well in harmony with each other in the Epson twain configures your photos for this printer and the quality is superb.
It may be a little slower than its modern counterparts but don't underestimate the quality
The only thing that puts me off slightly is the cost of branded inks so I don't buy them I bought this when it came out many moons ago and i can honestly say its... (read more)
Written on: 09/07/2007 by alggomas
Not as fast or probably as good as the new models. However for its age and its purpose and although slow it still delivers excellent photo pictures. (read more)
Written on: 14/08/2004 by MattBeard (6 reviews written)
I've had the Epson Stylus Photo 750 printer longer than I can remember and used it loads.
It is now my "second" printer and it is not happy in this role. If you don't use it for a week or so you really need to "clean" it and that wastes ink.
When it was my main printer it was great for most uses (but for plain black nothing beats the speed and quality of even a cheap laser).
I loved the quality of the photo prints - but the paper is pricey. These days I am sure you can get much better... (read more)
Written on: 08/07/2003 by Josh.
It's not the latest supersonic printer but I have been using this Epson Stylus Photo 750 for years and it's been very reliable, produces great quality colour images and also sharp texts. I don't understand why other people comment bad thing about its text print quality. The colour print may not be as fast as the latest models but it's ok for b&w. It takes more than A4 (envelope for A4 papers for example) which is pretty useful. These days there are very cheap compatible ink cartridges... (read more)
Written on: 23/12/2002 by Bluey.
Inkjet printers are rubbish. The manufacturers typically quote a print speed of say 6 pages per minute in colour. This is complete tripe. Even in draft mode printing one character, using Ariel Font with a pitch of 10 points, you wouldn't get 6 pages per minute. Try it! Epson printers are absolute junk, we've had most models at work over the last ten years. They are noisy and they don't last very long. Our expensive 900 series packed up, with unusable printhead, within 2 years of only... (read more)
Written on: 14/09/2002 by ajit.
Whilst the Epson Stylus Photo 750 inkjet printer can produce good photo quality print, it is slow and it is unreliable. Epson should be ashamed of themselves. Mine 'died' in under 2 years. I came close to the 'I'll never buy Epson again' brigade. (read more)
Written on: 31/07/2002 by Rider.
This Epson Stylus Photo 750 inkjet printer is by far the biggest piece of junk I've ever purchased. The most unreliable printer I've used. While picture quality is fantastic, it's unreliable, unreliable, unreliable. I just can't count on the printer to deliver what I need when I need it. I don't have the time to clean the printer 5 times before it works properly. If you want a printer, buy Hewlett Packard. (read more)
Written on: 04/04/2002 by Marcia.
The Epson Stylus Photo 750 inkjet printer is a rather old model now but I still enjoy excellent quality photo AND TEXT printing from it. I am puzzled by the "lousy text quality" comments - could low grade paper be the problem? (read more)
Written on: 04/01/2002 by Simon.
If you use your printer mainly for text, take my advice and steer well clear of the Epson 750. I only wish the salesman had given me this piece of advice too. (read more)
Written on: 10/03/2000 by mjfarrer.
Pros: Photo quality is excellent and the software which comes with it is very comprehensive. I have no doubt that this is the best budget photo quality printer on the market Cons: it's whiney, slow and the text quality is average. Printer footprint is large as well. Summary:If you want a printer which you will use mostly for text and graphics and don't mind if the photos are not the best quality then get a HP deskjet - they're quieter, faster and smaller footprint. But if you're like me and... (read more)
Written on: 20/02/2000 by F Sheff.
Excellent photo reproduction at a reasonable speed and increasingly attractive price; USB connection for easy setup; 6-color printing. (read more)
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