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Epson Stylus Photo SP1400 A3+ Printer , Borderless Printing, Individual Ink Cartridges

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  • Print superb quality borderless photos and presentations up to A3+
  • 6 individual colour ink cartridges, replace only the colour that runs out
  • New Epson Claria Photographic ink produces exceptional photos with rich colours and perfect skin tones
  • Long-lasting glossy prints with 200 years durability in album storage
  • 5760x1440 dpi print resolution
  • Direct print from PictBridge digital cameras
  • CD/DVD printing tray & USB 2.0 connectivity
  • Fast print speeds from Epson's new print engine
  • Bundled with Epson Creativity Suite software allowing you to easily manage and print your images
  • Product dimensions (cm) 68.5w x 37.3d x 31.3h
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Technical Details
BrandEpson
Item Weight11 Kg
Product Dimensions61.5 x 22.3 x 31.4 cm
Item model numberC13T605400
SeriesStylus Photo 1400
Hard Drive Size1024 MB
Wattage16 watts
Operating SystemWindows 98SE/Me/2000/XP, Mac OS X 10.2.8 +, Mac OS X 10.3.9 +
  
Additional Information
ASINB000MSU0QO
Best Sellers Rank 70,558 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight14 Kg
Date First Available18 Jan. 2007
  
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Product Description

This is the perfect printer for photo enthusiasts looking to combine superb print quality with excellent value. And for small and home offices it is a reliable tool for professional presentations.

- High Quality, low cost printing with individual ink cartridges.
- Combine quality and durability with Epson Claria ink.
- Epson 6 colour printing – improved quality for photos, presentations and design applications.
- Print photos directly from memory cards and PictBridge.
- CDR/DVD printing functionality.
- Print superb, borderless glossy photos up to A3+.
- Up to A3+ printing.
Otras características:
Bundled software: Epson Web-to-Page\nEpson File Manager\nEpson Easy Photo Print\nEpson RAW Print\nEpson Print CD \nEpson Creativity Suite
Colour printing technology: Epson Micro Piezo
Compatible operating systems: Windows 98SE/Me/2000/XP\nMac OS X 10.2.8 +\nMac OS X 10.3.9 +
Connectivity technology: Wired
Dimensions (WxDxH): 223 x 615 x 314 mm
ISO A-series sizes (A0...A9): A3, A4, A5, A6
ISO B-series sizes (B0...B9): B5
Mac compatibility: Yes
Maximum resolution: 5760 x 1440 DPI
Minimum RAM: 256 MB
Minimum hard disk space: 1024 MB
Minimum processor: Pentium 4 2.0GHz / Power PC G4
Noise level: 47 dB
Non-ISO print media sizes: legal, letter
PictBridge: Yes
Power consumption (typical): 16 W
Print head nozzles: 540
Print speed (black, normal quality, A4/US Letter): 15 ppm
Print speed (colour, normal quality, A4/US Letter): 15 ppm
Print technology: Inkjet
Standard interfaces: USB 2.0
Standard tray media types: Photo paper
USB port: Yes
USB version: 2.0
Weight: 11.5 kg

Box Contains

1 x Epson Stylus Photo 1400
basic operation guide
warranty document



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I'm currently using one at home and one at school. I can't sing its praises high enough...excellent colour quality prints to A3+, and just as good at printing 4"*6"! The CD printing is also good.
The inks do NOT fade in sunlight - I've exposed two to sunlight for 2 months with half of the print covered. There is no difference between either side.
Only quibble is the size and cost of the cartridges - they are far too small for an A3+ printer. Of course you can always get a CIS system (Fotospeed) for it and that's amazingly good value for money...
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Hi
I ordered this printer from Amazon with next day delivery and it arrived at 9am in perfect condition..great service.

The printer was sparkling out of the box but it does'nt come with a 4-pin USB connecter cable, but this is easy to get.

I did some test prints and the quality of the prints is very high, I used the Epson 1290 alot and that was a good printer but this is much better as you can see in the printing speed (which is fast) and the detail quality in the prints.
The type of dye ink the printer use's feels high quality also but (this is the strong bad point) the printer has these tiny cartridges you have to change after doing acouple of A3 prints..you do have the option of just replacing a certain color which is good, but if you want to use it alot I think the inks runs out to quick.
I then bought a good quality colorghost cis system for the printer which use's continous ink from tanks, this has made it so I can print non-stop n there is still tons of ink.
I really recommend this printer but only with a CIS system unless you don't mind paying for cartridges.

Overall the printer is great and I love it, but only with the continious ink system.

I hope this helps
Thanks.
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I had been using a Canon A4 printer for nearly 7 years before its printer head started to block, which I was unable to clear after many days of trying. For nearly as long I had wanted an A3 printer, but it was a want rather than a need so I put off the purchase. At last I had an excuse to purchase an A3 printer, but which one? My Canon had given me good service, however, on reading various reviews I was taken towards the Epson 1400, it had 6 inks rather than 4 with reference to the equivalent Canon, it looked better in my eyes, which is a bennefit if you looks at it every day, but the clincher was when I saw some samples on the net of its output. The yellows were yellow and not a compromise, and it actually seemed capable of resonable B&W output. As much of my output is of an abstract form and I like to colour B&W images with areas of colour I decided to go for the Epson.

On receiving the printer I connected it to my computer and was amazed at how little I actually had to do to set it up. After inserting the driver and program disc supplied, I fitted the 6 ink cartridges, it was then only a matter a few minutes before I was ready to print. The first print I selected was an A4 colour and B&W print which I had only a few weeks earlier printed on my Canon, thus I had a reference print ready at hand. The Epson soon printed out its own version which at first viewing did not seem as good, however, I was using inexpensive photo quaility paper so I loaded a piece of higher quailty paper. This produced an excellent result, thus I tried an A3 of the same image which I can only say amazed me, especially as I had not had to make any changes within the printer software.
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I have used Epson printers for many years, mostly A3 starting with the 1160 (had two of those), then the 1290S (had two of those)and more recently this 1400. The 1160 & 1290S would not begin printing if an ink cartridge was too low to complete the sheet so knowing that a cartridge change usually meant a head clean, no print was spoiled - the 1400 stops in the middle of a sheet, and as 9 times out of 10 you have to do a head clean, the remainder of your printed sheet has lines across it. Question - why could the 1400 not have retained the 'don't print if not enough ink' feature from the 1160 & 1290S?
The 1400 is also has a poor sheet feeder and I am constantly having to restack paper, in particular photo quality paper. It is very annoying to set it to print say 20 sheets and go to make a cup of tea only to find it sitting there having printed 2 or 3 sheets with a message that 'paper is not loaded correctly'!
I had thought that having 6 separate inks would be a big saver financially as with tricolour cartridges you are thowing away two reservoirs of any remaining colours simply because one is empty. Joke! The 1400 is costing me 3 times as much in cartridges. I have also had a lot of trouble when replacing cartridges with a message saying that the printer cannot recognise them. I eventually purchased a chip resetter from Ebay which fortunately solved the problem.
Last but not least, I had purchased the 1400 when my 1290S was on its last legs, but as that seemed to get a new lease of life with a rival waiting to take over, I did not actually begin using the 1400 for some time. Six months usage and it stopped dead in the middle of a print with both red lights flashing, which I knew from previous experience with the other printers meant that the waste ink counter needed resetting.
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