[amazon_link asins=’B06W9K5FD2′ template=’ProductAd’ store=’store-1′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’e18f6c45-c70b-11e7-af74-2d5707bc3f64′]We remember, about four or five years ago, when the first Epson Small-in-One printers appeared on the market. Then as now, their key selling point was, of course, size: You … Read More
We first encountered Epson’s Small-in-One printers in the Expression Premium XP-800, the first in a series that debuted back in November 2012. On sight, not much has changed in Small-in-One land since then.
Two terms that don’t play nice together are “economical” and “photo printer.” While there are quite a few photo printers available nowadays, few, if any, provide low-cost prints—in terms of consumables used, or cost per … Read More
Over the years, Canon’s five- and six-ink printers, such as the Pixma MG7120 and Pixma MG6320 (or this year’s Pixma MG7520 and MG6620, which we’re in the process of reviewing), have acquired a well-earned reputation … Read More
Whether it’s a small personal all-in-one printer for churning out 20 or 30 pages each week, or a high-volume model designed to turn out thousands of pages monthly, Epson’s engineers design highly attractive, capable printers. … Read More
By the time the subject of this review, Epson’s $229.99-list Expression Premium XP-810 Small-in-One Printer, came around, the company’s “Small-in-One” line had become ensconced and we were getting used to these little, but well-built and … Read More
Lately, it seems that every few months Epson is releasing another model in its “Small-in-One” line of compact inkjet all-in-one (AIO) printers. Just a few months before this review, in October 2012, we looked at … Read More
The market for all-in-one (AIO) inkjets really is a fickle place. A couple of years ago, several models from Kodak (and a few other manufacturers) suggested the end of a long-running trend: specifically, selling entry-level … Read More