Randy got an Epson 2750, but he can't get it to print in color. Leo says that Epson will do a few nozzle cleans, before running a thorough nozzle clean. It'll take up a good portion of ink, but with the EcoTanks, you have plenty. Leo says that Inkjets tend to clog when not used regularly. Epson says that they coat their heads with a special coating to prevent clogging, but if you rarely use color printing, even with that, the printer will clog up due to dried ink in the head. It's just the nature of inkJet printing. So if you don't print at least once a week, maybe an inkjet isn't for you.
Judy bought a new Epson EcoTank printer but she hears the prints will smear without special printer paper. Leo says that's silly. She won't need to spend more to get a good print with Epson. Regular copy paper is fine.
Brian's printer recently died after 10 years. He only prints about 50 pages a month. What printer should he get? Leo says that the Epson EcoTank is a good buy.
Grant wants a printer that he doesn't have to spend a ton on ink. Leo suggests the Epson Eco Tank printer (Epson is a sponsor of The Tech Guy radio show & the TWiT Network). It comes with all the ink you'll need for two years - a great buy.
Grant also wants to know how his parents can get better reception in their area? Leo recommends TVFool.com and AntennaWeb.org. It'll let you know what channels are available in their area. But living in a remote area may be an issue. So Leo recommends streaming via YouTube TV. SlingTV is another option.
Tim is interested in the Epson Ecotank Printer. but they don't seem to have a place to plug in a flash drive to print from them. Rich says that Epson may have dropped that feature because so many are printing wirelessly from their phones. He can, however, plug in an SD card and print that way. He may need to get a previous model that supports it on eBay. Another option is to look at Epson's business line. They may still support it. The Epson Expression 640 supports it.