Excellent output quality, especially for photos. Borderless 11-by-17-inch printing. Strong mobile connectivity.
High running costs. No automatic document feeder. Holds only one wide-format sheet at a time. Slow for the price.
Exceptional output quality, especially photos. Small footprint. SD and USB memory device support. Many mobile connectivity options. Voice-activated printing.
High running costs. Lacks automatic document feeder.
The Epson Expression Premium XP-6100
Exceptional output quality. Single-pass duplexing ADF. Large, easy-to-use control panel. Robust connectivity.
High running costs. Low paper capacity.
The Epson Expression Premium XP-7100 is a small but capable photo-centric all-in-one inkjet
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