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Epson PM 225 Compact Photo Printer Review

The best option if you want the highest-quality 4" x 6" prints on the fly.

December 08, 2011
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Setup & Manuals

Once you've located a USB cable that will work with the Epson PM 225, connect your cables and run the driver utility on the computer you are going to use the printer with. Once you've set this up, you can insert the ink cartridge and the paper you wish to use and you'll be ready to go. Overall, the setup takes about 15 minutes, depending upon how fast your computer is with installing software.

Drivers

Pretty standard for a compact printer, the drivers for the Epson PM 225 allow you limited control over your prints. Becuase there are so few printing options on an extremely limited range of media, this isn't terribly surprising.

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Sections

  1. Introduction
  2. Product Tour
  3. Performance
  4. Print Speed
  5. Color Performance
  6. Detail Performance
  7. Usability
  8. Controls
  9. Connectivity
  10. Setup & Software
  11. Inks & Media
  12. HP Photosmart A646 Comparison
  13. HP A536 Comparison
  14. Polaroid Z340 Comparison
  15. Conclusion
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