Epson’s updated Expression home photo printers include wide-format model

Epson is introducing four new multifunction “Small-in-One” printers — three in the Expression Premium series, and one in the Expression Photo series. All four models use a multi-tank ink system and Epson’s Claria Premium inks, and are designed to handle photo printing. There’s nothing revolutionary about them over their predecessors, but they are typical upgrades.

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The Expression Photo XP-960 ($299) is a six-color machine that can print photos and documents up to 11 x 17, ideal for those who want to make large prints. Epson says the Claria inks can deliver photo lab-quality prints (Epson calls it “Ultra HD”). The XP-960 has a rated print speed of 11 seconds for a 4 x 6 photo. With the 4.3-inch touchscreen and built-in card slots, you can, without a PC, make edits such as auto photo correction and red-eye removal. You can also print photos from or scan and share photos to Facebook

 

Epson EcoTank ET-4500 review

The printer has a 50-sheet ADF fitted to its scanner and in front of this – at a fixed angle – is a full-width control panel, which includes a number pad, navigation arrows and buttons for mono and colour copies. The display has a sensible menu layout and reasonable graphics.

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KEY FEATURES

  • High capacity ink tanks
  • Low running costs
  • Two years between refills
  • Wireless, USB and Ethernet
  • Fax included
  • Manufacturer: Epson
  • Review Price: £112.00

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Epson’s new deal – more expensive printer for cheaper ink

Consumers hate having to pay enormous sums for printer ink.

So no. 3 printer manufacturer Epson is going to try something new: a new line of printers that cost more up front, but with ink that will last longer, the company says, and not require refills for two years.

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Most current consumer printers sell for $100 or less, but the profits come in ink refills.

The new line of EcoTank printers, out in September, starts at $379 and goes all the way up to $1,199.

Epson says one set of ink cartridges for the printer will sell for just a little less than a current ink set–$52 per set.

One cartridge of ink for the new printers has the same amount of ink as 20 current cartridges, Epson says.

Epson WorkForce Pro WF-6090DW review

Epson’s WorkForce Pro WF-6090DW is a big, heavy duty inkjet printer, designed to rival a colour laser in small workgroups. The standard model has an 80-sheet rear multipurpose feed, and a 500-sheet paper cassette built into the base, but it can be expanded with a further two 500-sheet cassettes and even a cabinet. If you think you’re likely to need all these features, however, you could just buy the WF-6090D2TWC, which has them as standard.
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Specification-
  • Print capability: 4,800×1,200dpi, A4/Legal, piezo inkjet
  • Features: NFC, four-line backlit mono screen
  • Speed: 24ppm A4 simplex, 16ipm A4 duplex
  • Duty: 65,000 pages maximum
  • Paper handling: 80-sheet multi-purpose feed plus 500-sheet cassette (total 580 pages). Automatic duplexer. Optional one or two additional 500-sheet trays for 1,580-sheet maximum. 250-page output tray.
  • Interfaces: USB, Gigabit Ethernet, 802.11b/g/n wireless
  • Supported operating systems: Windows XP or later, Mac OS X 10.6 or later, Linux, Android, iOS
  • Power consumption: Sleep 2W, Standby 7W, Active 34W
  • Size: 478x522x404mm (WDH)
  • Weight: 28kg