Reviews and Problems with Epson Expression Photo XP-750
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Epson Expression Photo XP-750
3 weeks ago
Conclusion: Since I purchased this printer to replace my old worn out Epson Styles. I have nothing but praise for this item reliable, good quality print & sharpness when printing a photo. Would highly recommend to all.
Summary: Very early days but set up went better than expected despite woefully limited documentation included and on line. Took it step by step letting Win 7 do its best over USB before installing the Epson Web update software on line. WiFi connected easily and my first print was from my Android phone using Epson iPrint. I had a Canon i965 before and my first print today was better than anything I remember from the Canon. However, I hope the Epson is as reliable.
Conclusion: I did not get off to good start with this printer, I found it impossible to connect it to my B.T. Wifi I paid an engineer £60 to do this for me. I suspect I am probably amongst a large part of the population who have had some experience with computers and printers but could not be considered expert, so beware unless you have got some help available to you.
Conclusion: this is my third Epson printer and they just get better! it is smaller, quieter than the others. I quite like the large touch screen, and the rear loading option as I do a lot of A4 photos.
Summary: Awesome printer with great network connectivity for printing and scanning functions. Can be hard wired or use Wi-Fi network. Print speed and quality is second to none and comes highly recommend if looking for a premium home printer for photo printing, also great at letters.
Conclusion: I was a bit apprehensive about setting up a Wi-Fi printer but the automatic setup went without a hitch. Emailing a document or photograph to the printer works well and it automatically selects the correct paper from the trays for printing. The print quality and colour saturation are very good.
Summary: Smaller and lighter than my old Cannon MP600R, prints excellent photos and works well on the end of an Ethernet cable so all my family's computers can access it with ease, whether on Windows or Linux. Doesn't shake the table as much as the old printer did. Scanning is good and quick, thought the software is not as slick and configurable as the cannon interface I was use to. Does everything I need so won't complain.