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Epson Artisan 835

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Overall 8

Epson Artisan 835 All-in-One Printer

23 February 2011
  • Summary: The Epson Artisan 835 color printer is the next level above the Artisan 810. Like the 810, it prints quickly with good results; photos in particular come out excellent. It features built-in wireless, an automatic duplexer, and has a great, large (7.8-inch), tiltable touchscreen that makes it very easy to use. With six ink cartridges to replace, its cost of ownership will likely be high. Still, the results are excellent.
  • Pros: Fast and excellent print and photo quality, Easy to set up built-in wireless networking, Built-in duplexing, Very large touchscreen and LCD
  • Cons: More expensive than the comparable Artisan 810, Long setup time, Six ink cartridges means more consumables to buy
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Overall 8

Epson Artisan 835 Review

28 January 2011
  • 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.
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Overall 7

Review: Epson Artisan 835 All-in-One Printer

17 January 2011
  • 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.
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Overall 8

Epson Artisan 835

PC Magazine
4 January 2011
  • Conclusion: The Epson Artisan 835 offers a good fit for both home and light duty home office use, earning high marks for speed and multi-function printer (MFP) capability.
  • Pros: Fast. Prints, scans, and faxes over network. Standalone fax and copier. Duplexer. Automatic document feeder. WiFi.
  • Cons: Slightly sub-par photo quality. Low paper capacity.
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Epson Artisan 835 Review

Chip Chick
25 December 2010
  • Excerpt: It has been two years since we reviewed the first Epson Artisan All-in-one inkjet that started it all, the Artisan 800. When it first launched we were impressed ...
  • Pros: Faster printing speeds. Easy to setup on your network. Print from iPhone capabilities. Still very stylish and will fit into any decor. Priced right. Beautiful prints.
  • Cons: Flimsy paper-tray. Printer will not print if one cartridge is out of ink. An update to the touch panel would have been nice.
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Overall 9

Epson Artisan 835 Printer Review

23 December 2010
  • Excerpt: Today I am going to check out the Epson Artisan 835 printer. This very nice printer will do just about anything you want from faxing, photo printing, copying, and scanning. Read on for all of the details on the Epson Artisan 835.
  • Pros: Easy setup, Great print quality
  • Cons: Lots of ink cartridges gets expensive to replace
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Overall 7

From the Lab Epson Artisan 835

8 November 2010
  • Excerpt: (1 items) The Epson Artisan 835 is the company's flagship, photo-oriented color inkjet multifunction (print/copy/scan/fax). Although it isn't specifically designed for office use (as is Epson's WorkForce line), the Artisan 835 has nearly every feature a home-office user could want and then some, making its $300 price justifiable, if still dear.
  • Pros: Wealth of features, including touch-control panel, Economical inks, Impressive photo speed and print quality
  • Cons: Default text quality on plain paper is mediocre
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Overall 8

Epson Artisan 835 review

8 October 2010
  • 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
  • Cons: Costly ink replacement, Draft print quirk
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