Design and Ergonomics
Simple and good-looking, the Epson EPL-6200L doesn’t aspire to be anything but yet another “gray box” in the today’s office. The neutral color scheme and the straight lines of the case won’t be distracting even if the device stands right on your desk.
You can see the guides of the input tray after you open the covers up. They can be adjusted for the required paper format. What you can’t see here – even if you open up all the covers and panels – is a slot for per-sheet manual paper feed. The manufacturer must have thought this a superfluous feature for an entry-level printer, but will the potential customer agree?
On a closer inspection of the input tray…I couldn’t find anything particularly interesting. This is an ordinary paper reception mechanism which sometimes draws in two sheets at a time.
This printer actually lacks any controls. The front panel of the case is free from any buttons and has only two indicators: Ready and Error. The device can only be controlled through the software.
The cartridge is located behind the back panel and moves into its place along plastic guides and is held with a rather stiff latch. The free space in the compartment and the juts on the latch indicate that a larger toner cartridge can be used here.