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Epson Stylus Photo RX595 All-in-One Printer (C11C693201)

by Epson

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  • Prints text documents at 38 pages per minute and standard 4 x 6 inch photos in 11 seconds
  • Creates 5760-by-1440 dpi prints that are smudge, scratch, fade, and water resistant
  • Auto Photo Correction with advanced face detection corrects overexposed shots
  • Print PC-free using the 2.5-inch color LCD and multipurpose card slot compatible with memory cards, USB flash drives, and digital cameras
  • 1-year limited manufacturer's warranty
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Technical Details

  • color
  • photo
  • Copying
  • scanning
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 17.7 x 16.3 x 8.3 inches ; 23.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 23.6 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000SDW62O
  • Item model number: Epson RX595 Photo All In One Printer
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (99 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 22, 2007

Product Description

Amazon.com

Set your creativity on the loose with the Epson Stylus Photo RX595 Photo All-in-One printer. Perfect as a personal photo lab or a useful business tool, the Photo RX595 can print text documents at 38 pages per minute and print standard 4 by 6 inch photos in 11 seconds. This efficient photo printer produces a maximum resolution of 5760 by 1440 dpi for crystal-clear photographs printed with smudge, scratch, fade, and water resistant Claria Hi-Definition ink. Your photos will be preserved for up to 200 years in family albums for future generations to enjoy, and the Photo RX595's Auto Photo Correction with advanced face detection corrects overexposed shots and ensures that your images come out red-eye free and beautifully toned. Crop, enlarge, and select images easily with this printer, restore old or faded color photos, and print PC-free using the 2.5-inch color LCD and multipurpose card slot compatible with memory cards, USB flash drives, and digital cameras. In addition, you'll have the freedom and flexibility to archive photos and documents by using the built-in scan-to-PDF feature, transfer files from memory card to computer, and even print images directly onto inkjet printable CDs and DVDs for a professional look with a personal touch. This printer also comes backed by a 1-year limited manufacturer's warranty.

What's in the Box
RX595 photo all-in-one, 78 black ink cartridge (T078120), 78 cyan ink cartridge (T078220), 78 magenta ink cartridge (T078320), 78 yellow ink cartridge (T078420), 78 light cyan ink cartridge (T078520), 78 light magenta ink cartridge (T078620), CD/DVD tray and software, power cord, documentation, and CD-ROM (printer drivers and software).

Product Description

EPSON RX595 All In One Printer

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

This is completely absurd.
S. Vasko
I have a full black ink cartridge, but my yellow runs out and it WILL NOT PRINT.
Stephanie Timiney
The printing quality is spectacular with photo paper.
MKong

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

73 of 75 people found the following review helpful By Lowell Prescott on February 25, 2008
This is my third printer from this line, and the reason I had to buy it says a lot about what you should expect: the other two up and died after two years for one and nine months for the other.

A quick history: Look for my detailed reviews of the Epson Stylus R200 Photo Printer and the Epson Stylus Photo 260 Inkjet Printer to see some basics about this line. I've owned a couple of other Epson printers prior to buying these for DVD printing -- the ONLY reason to buy one.

Like its predecessors, the RX595 gives very good results on photographs, disappointing results on documents, and exceptional results on discs. The scanner works well, but it's nothing spectacular.

Other than the scanner and ability to handle memory cards, this unit is almost identical to the R260. Because an interface was necessary to print photos from memory cards, there is a little window and a couple of buttons not found on the simpler printers. These are welcome, especially the more sophisticated and less annoying low ink indicator (which tells right in the window which colors are about to run out).

The printer cannot handle SmartMedia, which is a disappointment, but it does have the ability to plug in a generic USB card reader which does serve as a kludgy work-around.

Like the other printers in this line, there are several distinct drawbacks to this model:

1. Ink is expensive and cartridges drain fast. There are new high-capacity cartridges available, but I have found them to last only slightly longer than the standard kind.
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89 of 95 people found the following review helpful By C. McCauley on October 31, 2007
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I recently bought a new laptop with Vista. When I bought my laptop, I took advantage of a promotion to receive a free Epson printer and bought the CX5000 which was free after the 79.99 rebate.

I gave my husband my old RX500 and used the new CX5000. Mistake. The CX5000 did not print pictures near as nice as my old RX500 and the pictures had a matte finish even when printed on glossy paper. I also noticed that the CX5000 used ink like crazy! I told my husband to bring my old printer home and gave him the CX5000. He only uses it for text copies anyway. However, I could not get my old RX500 to work with Vista and set out to find a new all in one that I would like as much as my old one. I'm very picky and expected this to be a hard task.

Before looking for a new printer, I did find out that the CX series only has 4 cartridges. The RX series has 6 cartridges. I read about this printer on Epson's site and read reviews of a few other Epson printers on Amazon and decided to give the RX595 a shot. It was on sale at Comp USA for $99 which is a pretty reasonable price. I took my SD card and some paper and went to try it out. I was extremely impressed with the quality of the prints straight from my card. The color was great, the picture did not look like it had a flat matte finish and they printed relatively fast and very quite too! I bought it and hoped that I would be just as satisfied once I got it home and unpacked.

I have not been disappointed. I find myself looking for things to print just so I can see how nice they look. I have also used the burn feature for printing labels to CD/DVD's a few times and am pleased with those results as well. My ink levels are still almost full and I've printed at least 20 4x6's and 2 8x10's plus printed a few text pages.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By M.R. at home on January 8, 2008
We LOVE this printer!! I have not seen an inkjet printer yet that performs like this one. We have had 2 HPs and one Lexmark over the past 5 years, and had just bought a Canon MX700 that we returned within 30 days due to poor print quality and issues with the fax. This Epson printer far exceeded our expectations and blew us away. The photo prints are beautiful and are as good as professional prints, it is truly lightning fast, comes with software that doesn't crash or bog down your computer (pay attention, HP), is easy to install, robust, and intuitive to use. We are actually having a lot of fun with this and learning new things about it every day.

I recommend getting the Epson paper. We tried the Canon 4x6 glossy paper for photos and although it was OK, the Epson paper was noticibly better. We bought glossy and ultra-glossy 4 x 6 paper, and in the printer box they throw in some full size 8 1/2 x 11 sheets of Epson glossy. It may be that it is manufactured to optimize their particular printers, but it really does make a difference. The photos retain a really glossy, professional look to them.

There is a new kind of ink for this printer (Claria ink). It creates beautiful prints, dries immediately, and best of all, lasts a lot longer than the last generation of Epson ink (we also have a CX9400 with fax, which is also great, but it has the DuraBrite ink which does not last as long).

In addition to printing, it has great scanning software that allows you to scan to pdf, among other things. There is also a web-to-page print software feature you can install that lets you print web pages without getting the right border and bottom cut off, which frequently happens.

Tips: Turn off anti-virus software before installing it.
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