Summary: I purchased this printer for my wife, as she wanted to create quality home prints, after looking on Which. The printing quality seems excellent, when combined with Epson 10*15 photo paper, and the scanner is simple and easy to use. The Epson Printing app for Android is simple and very easy to use. The only downside is the installation instructions, which are not clear.
Summary: Overall a very good printer that produces excellent photo prints as well as satisfactory document and copy prints. The function allowing for WiFi connectivity and printing from IPad and smartphone is a bonus. Retains customary Epson quality even though the paper cassettes and copier cover appear not very robust. For the money this is a bargain buy, Highly recommended!
Summary: Quality of printed output is very good. Scanner has good resolution and performs well. Compact design is great. The only criticism is that the doors to the paper trays, whilst opening automatically, have to be closed manually. This process pushes against the motor gears and may be a source of strain on the mechanism, over time. Auto closing, as part of the switch off cycle, would seem obvious and would have earned it 5 stars.
Summary: I have always bought Epson printers but my last Epson was a P50 which put me off buying Epson ever again. However the XP750 has changed all of this as it is a very good all round machine. It's sturdy, more than you could say for the P50, ink use is good, print quality is also very good and it's easy to set up and use. I would recommend this product to anyone interested in buying an all in one printer.
Summary: I have been well satisfied with Amazon in the past, but the Epson xp-750 printer I received today is advertised on the Amazon site as having ink cartridges and a power lead, it has neither. Does anyone have an address or telephone number for them?
Summary: The small footprint but wide ranging capability makes this an ideal product for those "on the go" and who need to print different papers and cards of a number of sizes. It's three bins and CD/DVD printing capability covers all my needs and iPad printing is easy. 6 cartridges give more depth of colour on photos and should be cheaper to run?
Summary: I have always used HP printers in the past and have been very pleased with the photo print quality and the inks. I wanted a printer that could print good quality photographs which would be colour accurate with a properly callibrated monitor and paper profiles. So far I have not been disappointed. It also prints onto DVD or CD which is great if you are a wedding or portrait photographer and want to deliver images to clients on disk.