Gloss Shootout R1900 vs. 3880
I have the R1900 and have been very happy with it. Maybe too happy as it has seriously resulted in my undying desire for the 3880. I have read a number of reviews of the 3880 all of which sing its praises. Before making the jump I have come across two relatively mminor concerns. Any comment would be greatly appreciated:
1. I note in some reviews borderless printing is mentioned for common sizes except for 13x19, whereas in others it is included. Which is correct?
2. The 3880 has no gloss optimizer as far as I can tell. Has anyone done the same print on glossy paper on the 1900 and the 3880 and compared the results? In other words which do you feel provides a better glossy print based on your practical (not theoretical) experience.
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