I can't help you with the HP specific model, but as far as I'm concerned Epson has forgotten more about color printing than HP ever learned (ok, so I'm exagerating). I like HP for B/W laser printing only. The HP color printers we have at Customs are expensive, costly to maintain, costly for consumables and break down often.Backdoctor said:looking to get a new printer and checking out the Epson 1800 vs the HP 8750.
Can anyone let me know the plus and minuses. I would like good archival printing, something resistant to smear, can print on 12x12.
Ken-L said:Here is a link I found at a forum discussing the two printers, maybe it will help.
The Epson does especially well with glossy and luster paper. I have both R800 and R1800. 1800 is much better with the canned profiles.Backdoctor said:I have been trying different papers. The hard thing is, I like them all. Some things on glossy, some matte, some lustre.
Why? Does one do better on one type of paper.