Epson’s SureColor P700 – The Next Generation of Professional-Grade Photo Printers

An awesome way to print the big picture


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By William Harrel


Epson SureColor P700 Review at PCMag

THE BOTTOM LINE

The Epson SureColor P700 churns out superb photos and artwork on large (up to 13-inch-wide) sheets or paper rolls, making it a superior professional-grade photo printer.

MSRP $799.99

PROS

    • Excellent print quality
    • Prints borderless banners and panoramas up to 13 inches wide, cut sheets to 13 by 19 inches
    • Uses UltraChrome PRO10 pigment inks for increased color gamut
    • Switches automatically between cut and roll media, and between photo and matte black inks
    • Mechanized and manual cutters

CONS

    • Running costs are too high
    • Small-capacity ink cartridges, with no larger-tank options available

Epson SureColor P700 Review
By William Harrel – October 19, 2020

Epson’s SureColor P700 ($799.99) is a pro-grade inkjet photo printer offered with career photographers and graphic designers in mind. It replaces the P600 we reviewed well over five years ago, and it’s a step down from the Editors’ Choice SureColor P800 tested in October 2016. It’s a direct competitor to Canon’s Pixma Pro-100, which has been around for more than seven years now—a long time for hardware to go without an upgrade. But Epson has made good use of the five-and-a-half years between the P600 and the P700. The new P700 is smaller, and it has been updated to make it easier to use and deliver better print quality. Epson put in a lot of thought and listened intently to its customers before redesigning this one. It’s a major all-around improvement over the P600 in many key areas, well-deserving of our Editors’ Choice nod for 13-inch pro-grade photo printers.


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