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Epson Expression Premium Printers Hands-On

We have a look at Epson's latest all-in-one printers, from the XP-600 to the XP-850.

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Epson has a new range of all-in-one inkjet printers, called the Expression Premium range, featuring both pigment and standard black for photos, as well as text printing. Further up the range, the Expression Photo printers features six ink tanks with light cyan and light magenta, in addition to the standard cyan, yellow, magenta, and photo black. All of the printers feature built in Wi-Fi.

Epson XP-600 "Small-in-one" Expression Premium:


Text And Photo Inks:

Text And Photo Ink P1030454

Epson XP-700 Expression Premium - adds ethernet to the list on connection methods.


Epson XP-750 Expression Photo - includes ethernet.


XP-800 Expression Premium - featuring an automatic document feeder and can be used as a Fax as well, and also has ethernet on the list on connection methods.


Epson XP-850 Expression Photo - featuring an automatic document feeder and ethernet.


Photo Inks (1) Example Prints Large
Photo Inks Example Prints

The Expression Photo printers, the XP-750 and XP-850, should be available next month.

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kevvyb 8 United Kingdom
21 Jan 2013 10:46PM
I just purchased this unit which overall I am very pleased with. The one thing I find very odd though is that the motorised control panel and output tray opens automatically but will not retract, having to be closed manually. I have read various reviews on the web that say this is normal but I can't quite believe it I'm afraid. The tray is clearly motorised and could retract after printing and removal of print job just as easily as it opens. It feels odd to push the tray back in and you can clearly feel the resistance of the motorised mechanism. I have also seen this review that stated clearly that in the review model the output tray "When idle, the control panel and output tray retract automatically,...."

I have seen the control panel close once automatically but never again since.

Did they forget to include a sensor so it doesn't close on output that has not been removed...? Thereby having to disable this functionality in drivers....?

The FAQ on the US support webpage has also only just appeared as it is flagged as new on 09/01/2013; it does not appear on the UK webpage. In addition, the manual explicitly mentions the manual opening and adjustment of the control panel but does not mention the output tray has to be manually closed.

What are you not telling us Epson?

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