My love affair with Epson printers started with their Epson Stylus Photo R2200. I still know people that have one, and they still love it.
Then I upgraded to the R2400, and then finally to the 2880, which has been my favorite 13×19″ photo printer ever. But I just read where Epson announced their new Epson Stylus Photo R3000, (shown above—photo courtesy of Epson) and I think it might be time to upgrade again, because of course they improved enough stuff that I can’t say no, like larger ink tanks, and no more swapping black ink cartridges when going between photo and matte papers, new built-in advanced black & white capabilities, better paper handling options, and of course they always tweak the ink technology so the prints look amazing, but what put me over the top was the wireless printing part.
I have an Epson Workforce 600 wireless printer at home (that my buddy Terry White talked me into getting) and I love, (my wife and son use it all the time too—because it’s wireless).
Anyway, I haven’t seen one in person yet, but after reading all about it, I have a bad feeling I’m going to have to get one sometime in March when they ship. It list’s for around $850. Here’s a link to Epson’s site for more info on it.