Epson Stylus Photo R1900 Photo Printer Review
A serious piece of equipment capable of producing big, beautiful prints.
The Epson Stylus R1900 Photo Printer (or the R1900 to its friends) is a serious piece of printing equipment for the photographer who wants to produce large top quality prints. It can handle paper at up to 13 x 19 inches, and can produce even bigger 13 x 44 inch prints from a special roll of paper. And it does a great job; we found that the prints it produces were sharp, had accurate color and would grace even the most discerning photographer's walls. But it's a rather slow printer at the highest quality settings, and it's big and bulky.
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