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Robotics attention needed
What do you want to know about Epson?
Yow! EPSON (how they like to have they're name spelled) do a heck of a lot more than that!
- Well, uh, this article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. :) RADICALBENDER★ 13:41, 28 Jun 2004 (UTC)
- Hey, no offence mate - it wasn't a bad stub! I'm updating the page as we speak however. I'll probably add to this tomorrow. I'm getting lots of the history from the Epson milestones page and incorporating it into Wikipedia. -- Ta bu shi da yu 11:58, 1 Jul 2004 (UTC)
Sequence of names?
If (as in the last line) the name of the company is Seiko Epson, why is the article named Epson Seiko?
- Anon: I stuffed up. - Ta bu shi da yu 02:44, 9 Jul 2004 (UTC)
I understand. Thanks.
It seems that the warranty voiding when using non-original cartridges could fall astray of the Magnuson-Moss_Warranty_Act for the US, as has been claimed in similar vertical tying situations, notably by Kingston for its compatible memories.
Maybe this should be added to the paragraph about cartridges ?
What was Epson's involvement with GIMP-Print? a thing 01:43, 16 May 2006 (UTC)
Maadiran Group is just a distributor of Epson products in Iran and NOT an affiliate company.
Why was Weekend Warrior information removed
I am curious to know why the Weekend Warrior information was removed from this article? It was not personally biased against or for Epson in any way and is verifyable information. All you have to do is go to a Best Buy or CompUSA on the weekends and talk to a rep. The information is not meant to promote or bias Epson products, it was just a statement of facts.
Or you could just call Mosaic.
I was planning on placing such a stub or subarticle for HP for MarketSource (they have a weekend program) and for Canon (BDS Marketing formally represented them)
A Mosaic Sales Solutions article is in the works as well.
The article needs to be expanded anyway with information about Epson technologies, such as DURABrite inks, Photographic Dye Inks, Archival inks and so forth.
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BetacommandBot 11:56, 6 July 2007 (UTC)
Move Seiko Epson --> Epson
Mandatory cartridge replacement
I think there should be a paragraph about how you cannot use your Epson Printer (even the scanning or copying functions) if one of the color cartridge is empty, even when you have ticked the "black ink" box in the printing menu because you only want to print with black ink. It is only fair that people who come to read this article for information be warned. Now excuse me while I go get an expensive new Epson blue cartridge so that I can print a page in black ink. :( Onaryc (talk) 10:07, 1 September 2011 (UTC)