The Premium Photo Printing solution for home users
The EPSON STYLUS ™ PHOTO R210 is a high quality inkjet printer that delivers outstanding resolution for crisp, sharp documents and finely detailed photo prints. With prints of up to 5760 x 1440 dpi (Optimised dpi using Resolution Performance Management Technology), the ability to produce BorderFree ™ edge-to-edge prints on a variety of paper sizes and ink droplets as small as 3 picolitres, the EPSON STYLUS PHOTO R210 gives you fantastic photo lab quality at home. And to ensure your prints are bright and clear, the EPSON STYLUS PHOTO R210 features a new dye-based ink formulation for improved light, ozone and water resistance, as well as six individual colour ink cartridges.
• Six individual colour ink cartridges
• Print directly onto inkjet printable CD-R and DVD media
• Print speeds of up to 15ppm in black or colour text (A4 memo)
• True BorderFree ™ edge-to-edge photo printing up to A4
• High resolution 5760 x 1440dpi Optimised (Using RPM Technology)
• EPSON Variable-sized Droplet Technology, down to 3pl, for optimum quality and speed
• USB 1.1 interface
• Complete software bundle including PhotoQuicker 3.5 and Print Image Framer
• Front USB port for easy connection to notebook computers
• Print Image Matching II technology for true-to-life image reproduction
• New dye-based ink for long-lasting,* vibrant coloured photo prints.
Well, quite apart from the fact that it has not two, but 6 ink cartridges, this was a breeze from minute one. From pulling it out of the box, through to holding a fresh A4 photo, in under 5 minutes. Quite frankly, for a printer in this price bracket, I expected a lot less than actually presented itself... I love a machine that exceeds my expectations.
The driver CD installed itself, but still offered a wide range of customising options, since it comes bundled with an extensive toolbox of software, providing the user with a stunning array of creative and production scenarios. From printing the holiday snaps as a card, through to a professionally produced Photo CD compilation on custom-printed CD or DVD format disc.
I was impressed by the fact that the specially engineered CD printing tray came with an easy to use adaptor to hold the smaller 80mm discs and the awkward business card format discs. Maximum options in minimum space.
With the full 6 colours onboard, the colour-correction is flawless, providing the professional user the assurance of true-to-print proofs through to accurate art reproduction. The resolution
Speed was impressive in most modes, including disc printing, but highly graphic-intensive PDFs did slow it a little. Noticeable only in high-page-count job tests. At 20 pages of A4 600dpi, there was a definite lag of a few extra seconds a page.
Overall, this little unit has a surprisingly powerful outlook. Great for the home user's budget, and impressive value for money to any SOHO business. All the flaps and access points fold away into a nice smooth easy-to-store shape, adding to it's appeal in a pressure-productive environment.
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