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Epson Stylus Photo 2000P Inkjet Printer
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- 6-color Epson Archival Ink system for beautiful long-lasting photos
- 1,440 x 720 dpi resolution in black and color
- Supports borderless, edge-to-edge photo printing
- Variable microdroplets for fine detail
- USB, IEEE-1284 parallel, and optional Ethernet print server interfaces; PC and Mac compatible
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This printer has an optimum resolution of 1,440 x 720 dpi for both black and color pages. Completed images arrive in under four minutes when printed on matte paper, and under six minutes when using semi-gloss sheets. While it can handle plain bond paper, it functions best when used with professional photo papers, including archival, glossy, watercolor, and radiant white matte. Maximum paper capacity is 100 sheets or ten envelopes.
The Photo 2000P printer is compatible with both Windows and Macintosh operating systems, which it accesses via either USB or parallel connections. It measures 21 by 30.3 by 16.3 inches and weighs just 18.5 pounds. A standard one-year limited warranty is included and supplemented by the Epson Exchange Program.
From the Manufacturer
Key features include Archival Photo Reproduction Quality technology that provides continuous-tone photo quality with over 200 years of lightfastness. Six-color archival inks, MicroCrystal Encapsulation technology, and fast-setting scratch-resistant results will rival prints from a photo lab. Ultra-small variable microdroplets of ink and an intuitive use of droplet sizes achieve fine shadow detail and dazzling highlights, and better fill in solid areas across a gamut of colors. Award-winning Micro Piezo inkjet technology pinpoints precise ink droplet size and placement and eliminates misting and satellites.
The 2000P includes a roll paper holder for quick, easy loading of 4-inch, 8.3-inch, and 13-inch roll type paper. Enjoy your choice of Epson custom-engineered media, including semigloss, matte, luster, and watercolor. The unit is Windows and Mac compatible, with built-in USB and parallel connections, and it's flexible enough to perform with almost any application platform.
Top Customer Reviews
So, be careful to learn your craft, and this printer will give you absolutely outstanding results!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A. Apparently Epson does not support Windows 8. If you upgrade from Windows 7 to Windows 8, you may as well throw this baby out. Read morePublished on January 31, 2014 by Sylvia Jonathan
This item was returned. Prior to arriving my wife surprised me with a new Epson Artisan 1430 printer which is just what I needed.Published on June 10, 2013 by C. Oliveras
The printer was no good, would not work. Stated in good shape, but showed damage. I got ripped off on this one.Published on April 22, 2013 by JESSE O CHAMBLESS
My expensive Canon printer is dying so I dragged out my 10 year old 2000p - unused in a decade. I printed a test page on plain paper. To my amazement it printed perfectly. Read morePublished on December 19, 2009 by Michael Petty
Good product within limits. Not a production printer, but good for a hobbyist. The 5 color cartridge is used up when the first, most used color is empty. Read morePublished on November 23, 2008 by John A. Ausikaitis
Actually, I bought this printer in 2002, and so it has only been five years for me. This is still (2007) a fine printer. Read morePublished on August 12, 2007 by J. L. Kelly
There simply is no better ink-jet printer for photos at any price.Simply print a Black and White photo on Epson premium paper at high res. and you too will be a believer. Read morePublished on December 14, 2002 by Ed's View
I have always bought Epson printers, they have always been reliable, with sharp colourful outputs, cartridges and papers have always been at affordable prices. Read morePublished on October 14, 2002 by Vanessa
Like new.Perfect shape and only 5 months old. All Epson papers work on with this printer. You can print from 8X10 to 13"X19" size prints. Read morePublished on August 21, 2002