Epson Stylus Pro 3880
Multiple paper feeds.
Small footprint for a large format printer.
Wonderful quality images.
Good color reproduction.
Wide-carriage (17-inch) printing at an exceptional price point.
Easy setup; fast.
Automatically switches between photo and matte black inks.
Both graphics and photos showed a few minor flaws.
Head strikes ruined some paper.
Does not accept roll paper, or sheets larger than 17x22 inches.
Flimsy front tray.
By TechRadar on July 26, 2011
Upsizing your prints from A4 to A3 makes them twice as big â go up to A2 and they're twice as big again, four times the size of an A4 picture. A2 printers are usually correspondingly large, too, and expensive, but the Epson Stylus...80
By PC Mag on March 21, 2011
The Epson Stylus Pro 3880 professional photo printer is a great choice both for professional photographers and for amateurs thinking of taking the leap into a career in photography. Buy it...80
By EISA on January 01, 2011
Epson’s Stylus Pro 3880 is A2+ professional printer small enough to be classed as a desktop model. The printer specialises in producing high-quality monochrome and colour pictures with print resolutions of up to 2880x1440dpi, using Epson’s...-
By Digital Arts Online on October 26, 2010
Most A2+ printers are enormous things you need plenty of office space for, but not the Epson Stylus Pro 3880. Designed to sit on your desk – although it’ll have to be a pretty big one – and with a simple top-controlled panel and...80
By Macsimum News on October 04, 2010
After nearly three years, Epson is replacing the popular A2-size Stylus Pro 3800 with the impressive Stylus Pro 3880 (US$1,295). The 3880 now incorporates features used by the other 80-series Epson Stylus Pro printers, including the UltraChrome K3...90
By PC Advisor on September 02, 2010
The Epson Stylus Pro 3800 is that most remarkable of things – a desktop A2+ printer that's quiet, easy to use and which produces great-looking prints. Ideal for use in a small offices, photo studios and for printer proofs, we simply...90
By Shutterbug on April 01, 2010
The Stylus Pro 3880 is a logical progression for Epson and brings their popular desktop 17” printer up to the current ink set used in all the other x880 printers. While it might seem surprising that Epson would bring out another printer in the...-
By ePHOTOzine on January 15, 2010
There aren't a lot of other A2 printers around at this kind of size which makes comparing it to rival units pretty tricky. Canon have the image PROGRAF iPF5100 at around £1649 but is a large format printer with it's own stand, not the...90
By Expert Reviews on January 01, 2010
Epson's new Stylus Pro 3880 is the much-longed-for replacement to the best-selling, competitively priced A2+ Stylus Pro 3800. That model garnered praise for the quality of colour and mono output, as well as the ability to print on a wide range of...100
By Technical Image Press Association on January 01, 2010
Using Epson’s advanced, fourth generation UltraChrome K3 with Vivid Magenta pigment inks to deliver long lasting, high quality prints up to A2+ size in both black and white and full colour, the Epson Stylus Pro 3880 offers fast, flexible printing...-