Epson Perfection V750-M Pro Scanner

While there are a number of scanners selling for under $1,000 that are capable of producing high definition, well-detailed scans of flat artwork, few in this price range are capable of producing high-def scans of photographic transparencies, most notably 35mm slides. One of the few exceptions to this rule is the Epson Perfection V750-M Pro Scanner.

Epson Stylus Photo R3000

The latest update of Epson’s well-respected line of 13 x 19” desktop printers is the Stylus Photo R3000. Unlike most product upgrades, which are often a combination of cosmetics and feature tweaks, the Stylus Photo R3000 was engineered to reflect the feedback and requests of long-term Epson users.

Most notable is how many of the improvements found on the Stylus Photo R3000 are borrowed from Epson’s Stylus Pro-series printers. Among these upgrades are sturdier construction, higher-capacity (25.9ml) ink cartridges, which is about 3x the capacity of the cartridges found in Epson’s earlier desktop printers, a new 1”, 8-channel MicroPiezo AMC (Advanced Meniscus Control) print head (180 nozzles), and advanced media handling (front-in, front-out) for heavier fine-art media.

Epson Stylus Pro 3880

For over a decade, Epson has been producing an ever-improving family of Photo Stylus desktop printers designed to deliver faithfully-rendered, archival-quality digital inkjet prints at remarkably affordable prices.

Printing Holiday Cards on Your Desktop

If you wish your holiday greeting cards were more personable (more you?), perhaps it's time to start creating them yourself. Many desktop printers come bundled with software containing greeting card format templates, and even if they don't, most imaging applications, including Photoshop CS/2/3, and Elements, enable desktop printing for pretty much any format you can think of.


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