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Epson P800 review - 3880 replacement

 
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Apr 20, 2015 04:59 |  #1

I've been able to use the new P800 for a while, and have just written up a lengthy review that I hope is of some interest.

It adds roll media support (that's me with a 10 foot print below) and a new ink set.

The printer I've got here is not quite a final production model (the case finish is a bit rough) but Epson tell me that it's essentially what will ship from a printmaking POV.

It's still here, so please just ask if there is something I've missed out (no... I can't take it apart!)

http://www.northlight-images.co.uk …epson-sc_p800_review.html (external link)


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Apr 20, 2015 11:48 |  #2

Outstanding review, Keith. Thanks for the hard work and double thanks for presenting it in such a clear, concise, and in-depth way.

I had been searching reviews for days trying to find info on the black ink swap. Amazed how may reviews don't even mention that issue. Sad to hear there is no improvement, but glad to finally know the truth.




  
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Apr 20, 2015 16:24 |  #3

Redcrown wrote in post #17525042 (external link)
Outstanding review, Keith. Thanks for the hard work and double thanks for presenting it in such a clear, concise, and in-depth way.

I had been searching reviews for days trying to find info on the black ink swap. Amazed how may reviews don't even mention that issue. Sad to hear there is no improvement, but glad to finally know the truth.

Thanks, I believe that apart from some bundled software and working WiFi, the review should be pretty accurate for the shipping printer in June.


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