Pros: Quality photo printing with accurate contrast and detail. Rapid-fire startup—it’s ready to use in less than 10 seconds from power off.
Cons: Epson Scan software isn’t compatible with Mac OS X 10.6 (use Preview or Image Capture). Large 7.8-inch touchscreen display is mostly wasted with navigation buttons. Scanning from printer to computer requires USB connection.
Conclusion: So to sum everything up, the 835 is still produces great quality prints, it does not require new ink to activate, and it is wireless N certified. However, it does have a shorter warranty, and it used up half my black ink just in the activation.
Conclusion: If you are looking for a photo printer with exceptional quality that can also do more than just print photos, look no further. The Epson Artisan 835 is stacked: built-in networking with Wi-Fi, built-in memory card reader, automatic duplexing, 30-sheet ADF, standard faxing, CD/DVD prints, separate photo tray, easy to use software, low energy consumption and great photo quality.
Pros: Exceptional photo quality, A mix of unique and standard AIO features, Ease of use