Epson Stylus Photo R3000 specs

By Simon Williams

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Key Features

  • Colour LCD display
  • Cut sheet, roll and posterboard print
  • A3+ capacity
  • Direct wireless print
  • Nine inks
  • Manufacturer: Epson
  • Review Price: £526.00
specs
Quick Glance
Type Inkjet, Large-Format, Photoprinter (printers)
Paper Size A3+
Colour Yes
Fax No
Copier No
Scanner No
Physical Specifications
Height 228mm
Width 616mm
Depth 369mm
Weight 15.1kg
Functions
Scanner No
Copier No
Fax No
Printing
Type Inkjet, Large-Format, Photoprinter (printers)
Duplex No
Print Resolution 5760 x 1440 dpi
Paper Size A3+
Sheet Capacity 120 sheet rear tray
Max Paper Weight 255g/sm
Colour Yes
Rated Black Speed Not stated
Rated Colour Speed Not stated
Number of Catridges 9
Print Without PC Yes
Scanning
Scan Resolution N/A
Features
Connection Type USB
Card slot PictBridge
Networking Wireless
Extra Features A3+, 9 inks, colour LCD display, CD/DVD direct print

Jon

May 24, 2014, 4:25 pm

Why is this being tested now? Has the printer been upgraded? It came out years ago.

David Graeme-Baker

March 25, 2016, 4:22 pm

The Epson R3000 does indeed produce fine prints BUT mine had a breakdown after 11 months. Spent a small fortune in inks trying head cleans etc etc but still it wouldn't print the blacks. Contacted Epson who were less than helpful and offered me nothing. I am now left with a very expensive black box which does absolutely nothing.

Michael Thompson

September 2, 2016, 10:04 am

Similar experience to David Baker, broke down after printing a few hundred pics, apparently it has a known issue with the solenoid that changes black inks, repair costs oner £100 if you are thinking of buying one think again, Avoid......

Rama Knight

November 1, 2016, 11:01 am

Hmm, this doesn't bode well. My Epson 2100 has just broken down and I can't really justify buying a brand new printer for the amount I will need one. I have been quite keen on the R3000 until reading your reviews below. Have epson improved this issue with a later model or is the theory of throw away obsolescence just something Epson embraces?

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