Epson Stylus CX7800 Printer Review
Epson CX7800 ReviewIt was a great epson stylus cx7800 printer which delivers printing, copying, film or photo scanning, card reading, and all in one same little device. Even though the main functions of this printer is rather complete and interesting, but this printer is no longer produced. It has been replaced to Epson Stylus NX515 All in One Printer.
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This printer used CMYK drop on demand Micro Piezo ink jet printing technology, which delivered great output and good color results. Added by the nozzles configuration, 90 nozzles for monochrome head and 90 nozzles for each color head, made the color looked lively sharp. It also had 4 colors ink palette, magenta cyan yellow and black. The ink type itself was DURABrite Ultra pigment inks, which is known to have long last color output. its minimum ink droplet size was 3 picoliters, served great colors need a little bit more ink to be wasted after all. The maximum resolution for each dots per inch, it was up to 5760 dpi x 1440 dpi optimized, using RPM on various media, made it possible to have wider printing results driver for epson printer.
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For printing, it took 20 pages per minute monochrome like Epson Stylus CX3810, 19 pages per minute color, and 50 seconds per 4’’ x 6’’ photo on borderless mode. For copying, it took up to 18 copies per minute monochrome and up to 17 copies per minute color. Kind of fast but not the most of all.
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For its scanning function, it used color flatbed scanner type, the easiest scanning method for even a newbie users with the Contact of the Image Sensor as its photoelectric device, it could be counted and considered to give good scanning results for Epson stylus CX7800 driver, both input and output results. The optical resolution was around 1200 dpi, with the hardware resolution was 1200 dpi x 2400 dpi, and maximum one was up to 10200 dpi x 14040 dpi interpolated. Since it used 48 bit scanner depth, users had surely been given sharper lines of scanning results.
This printer used only a high speed 2.0 USB for the connectivity, left the users no choice but to use it through this. It is old, no wonder why Epson is no longer producing it. It was only made for up to Windows XP, pretty old for the recent used operating systems. For the dimension itself, it was rather big, around 17’’ x 16.6 x7.83 with the weight around and about 21.16 lb, made it heavy and big enough to be used for home desktop printer only.