Color Prints for Under One Cent with Epson’s Expression ET-2650 EcoTank All-in-One Printer

[amazon_link asins=’B01NA8VVT3′ template=’ProductAd’ store=’store-1′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’fe8fe6cb-c7de-11e7-bc84-558f4cd9c907′]A remake of the Expression ET-2550 [amazon_link asins=’B01122JE56′ template=’CopyOf-PriceLink’ store=’store-1′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’13f04fa7-c7df-11e7-8e5e-2909b158cbe9′], the Epson Expression ET-2650 EcoTank All-in-One Printer ($299.99) [amazon_link asins=’B01NA8VVT3′ template=’CopyOf-PriceLink’ store=’store-1′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’07f0428d-c7df-11e7-a513-3108b805401d’] is a low-volume inkjet all-in-one printer (AIO) with a feature set that relegates it to light-duty home use. Like Epson’s other “supertank” EcoTank models (and now Canon’s G-series MegaTank printers, including the similarly priced Canon Pixma G3200 Wireless MegaTank All-in-One Printer [amazon_link asins=’B07214SQW3′ template=’CopyOf-PriceLink’ store=’store-1′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’2847fc88-c7df-11e7-9e86-43b4b188ca67′]), the basic principle behind the ET-2650 is that you pay more for the product upfront and much less for the ink to keep it running. The ET-2650 performs better than its predecessor, and like all EcoTank models, running costs are quite low. But like the ET-2550 before it, it lacks an automatic document feeder (ADF), an auto-duplexer, and a few other notable features. You give up a lot to print inexpensively, but if basic is all you need, this upgrade is more attractive than the model it replaces.

See the entire review at PCMag



 

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