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Old 29th December 2010
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Epson R265 here, which I've had for three or four years. I got it after the Neato paper labels I was using before caused Red Book rejections at one factory, pulling the CD into a slight dish shape. Since then, no problems.

No real complaints with the Epson, although something a little faster would be nice close to post time! Print quality is good, and I replace the cartridges about twice a year. I avoid non-Epson replacement carts like the plague, having had some frustrating experiences with them.
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