hi I'm looking for a colour printer to print a bunch of invitations. somone has recommended an epson stylus photo such as the 2200. Any thoughts? I'd like to be able to print on pretty thick paper (not photo paper) quality is paramount and one this batch of invitations s done, i'd like to use it for some good quality graphic stuff.
not wanting to mix up the waters but if you are buying a printer for "a bunch of invitations" and as paddy75 says the next model down is £400 would you find use for this printer that is efficent once you have printed the Invits. Hi-qual printers can be expensive to run with the cost of the ink.
Think about what else you are going to print you may find that except for these invits a £70 printer does your life just as well in which case it might be a better idea to use some of the £330 that you have saved in paying for the invits to br proffesionally printed and then have some money left over for other uses.
You may however think that you will get the full benefits out of a hicost hi quality printer for your home in which case dont just look to Epson cause Brother and HP do some ourstanding printers too.
The difference between the R200 and R300 is the R300 has a built-in multi card reader. So if your thinking photography in the future you can print direct from the camera card without the PC switched on. They both print direct to CD/DVDs which I tried with good results.