Summary: I can't complain about the scanner or the CD printing (which I really don't use all that often, since I prefer Lightscribe). My gripe is with the top paper tray. I had issues with the WiFi setup initially, and the touch screen shoed a message in the line of "Would you like to print a report?" Yes.
Summary: Wow, great printer. I love how sleek and small it is. Wireless works pretty well too, no hiccups. Pros: -Wireless works beautifully -Prints onto cd/dvd media with little hassle -Good colors -Good price for what it does -Very nice interface Now for the cons: -Wow, it comes with lots of bloatware and...
Good photo printer with limited paper capacity, questionable design choices
Lon J. Seidman, Amazon
4 April 2014
Summary: I've used dozens of Epson printers over the years, and each iteration has been a good improvement over the last. This is a capable photo printer that produces excellent quality results when used with the proper paper. The printer is very easy to configure via WiFi.
Summary: The Epson XP-610 was relatively easy to setup and get going out the box. The printer ha a very small footprint, so it fits just about anywhere. I wished it had a touchscreen like on my Epson WF-3540 instead of merely a touch panel, which is simply arrows and an "OK" button that are touch sensitive.
Summary: The Epson XP-610 wireless color printer does a good job in printing text, graphics and photos quickly on matte paper. Text is sharp and clear, and the default color or grayscale settings produce accurate tones when compared to the on-screen originals.
Amazing pics. Feature and durability tradeoffs for the budget price
Knits in Tardis, Amazon
4 April 2014
Summary: This is my 5th printer currently in my home. I'm not eccentric either - well, not in that particular way. Can't everyone answer faxes in the bathroom? - I've just had the chance to evaluate several printers for Vine, and yes, most things about Epson's line keep getting better.
Summary: I'm a 71 year old computer dummy, but was able to set this printer up with wi-fi connection in about an hour after downloading drivers and utilities from the Epson website (the URL is in the quick start instructions that come with the printer).
Summary: Time will tell, since items such as printers need to be used for a while before a solid opinion can be formed. This printer does print well... black and color. Two things I'm not too happy about is the fact that the output try has to be manually pulled out before it will print.
Summary: My previous Epson printer served me well for many years. The XP-610 is quite a bit smaller and works on wi fi. The interface is better also. The cost of replacement cartridges is exorbitant and they don't seem to last long.
Summary: I was fortunate enough to be able to try both the XP-610 and the XP-810 so I can write a comparison review. The Amazon product page shows the differences between the two in bare features but there is more to printing than just bare features.