Would I be Extremely Disappointed if I went from a R1900 to the Epson 3880?
For those of you that have had experieince with the Epson R1900 and then used the Epson 3880 were you disappointed in your Glossy Photos? I have thought about taking the plunge & buying the Epson 3880 but I sell alot of glossy photos & I'm afraid my customers might be disappointed......if their not happy, I won't be happy. I love the glossy photos that the r1900 produces but as far as ink cost, the 3880 would be cheaper to run.......Thanks for your opinions!
If you would be disappointed with beautiful b&w, large prints, great media handling abilities, and relatively economical operating costs then you wouldn't like the 3880. Is that worth the slight loss in gloss? You decide.
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