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
Conclusion: All told, the XP-800 is an excellent printer at a reasonable purchase price for the feature set, but with a vexing dark side. It delivers quality prints quickly and dependably for home users and small offices that use their printer a lot—but this volume-printer convenience costs too much to actually...
Pros: Excellent-looking scans and copies, Superior printed output, especially photos, Auto-duplexing ADF and print engine, Respectable print speeds, CD/DVD labeling, Compact design