Conclusion: Overall, Epson’s Premium XP-800 offers a lot of capability in a small form factor. Print quality is good, especially if you use one of Epson’s specialty papers, although you may need to tweak some settings to get the best results.
Pros: Good print quality and performance, Large 3.5 color touchpad, Comprehensive connectivity including wireless, Ethernet, and USB, Duplex printing and copying
Cons: Small-capacity paper tray, Useful user’s manual isn’t included, Tweaking of paper and driver settings necessary for high-quality output
Excerpt: I haven’t been all too interested in printers for the last year and a half or so. The reason for this is quite simple — I have been making a concerted effort to be as “paperless” as possible.
Pros: Small; All-In-One does pretty much anything and everything you will want from a printer; Wireless printing built right in; Touchscreen is nicely responsive; Menus make setup and use simple; Printed pictures are stunning