According to Patrick Chen, a product manager at Epson America, 12x12-inch pages are now the standard size in scrap booking, and the Epson Stylus Photo R1800 has been a huge hit in this category. The R1800, which streets for $440, is an eight-ink machine that packs separate matte and photo black cartridges, and turns out prints in various jumbo sizes, including 12x12, 11x14, 13x19, and even 44-inch-long panoramas (though they're tough to fit into a scrapbook). Prints made with the Ultra-Chrome pigmented inks are billed as lasting up to 200 years. Nothing laughable there.
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