Epson STYLUS C66

Coming bundled with extras such as photo paper and Epson's Image Framer software, the STYLUS C66 has a print resolution of 2880 x 1440dpi (dots per inch), with 5,760dpi available using optimisation.

In initial testing we experienced a few problems with the C66's ability to keep the paper straight, but this was easily corrected. While it offers borderless printing, it can only do so for 10 x 15cm photos.

At the lowest quality settings, the C66 can rattle off 10ppm (pages per minute) of text. The lowest-grade print is so pale as to be almost unusable, however, so you'll more likely be using a slower printing mode. On the middle quality settings, the C66 is capable of crisp text--and at this quality setting it printed at 1.6ppm during our testing. Graphic printing was also very fast and, for good results, real-world times 0.7ppm are achievable.

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Robin Morris

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