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Re: which printer?



The 2000P isn't based on the 1270, but the 7500, and 9500. The dots are
nowhere near as fine as the 1270 or 1280. Much more like the 1160. Colored
prints are brilliant, but you can't get acceptable black and white prints
with this printer.

Jerry

Paul Corsa wrote:

> What's so hard to believe? The 2000P is based on the 1270, yet it costs
> double. I'm sure that ther 7500 is worth the extra if you need the size.
> If I were to spend that much I'd buy something with 24" capacity, so I
> could do 16x20,20x24 and 24x30's from the same machine. Paul
>
> Randy Robinson wrote:
> >
> > Thanks for the useful links!
> >
> > > And you might find my 1270 vs 2000P tests interesting:
> >
> > > http://www.meyerweb.net/epson
> > >>
> > >> 3. Do you know if Epson is planning on a 16x20
> > >> version of the 2000P?
> > >>
> > > Yes.  It's called the 7500.
> >
> > I find it hard to believe that the $4000 7500 is the 3 inch larger
> > version of the $900 2000P! Add 3 inches and over $3000 to the price?
> > The 7500 is categorized as a Professional printer and the 2000P is
> > not. Isn't that correct? I can't spend $4000 on a printer for a hobby.
> > So what I meant was, are they planning on a non-pro 16" printer. :)
> >
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