Summary: On paper, Epson's Expression Photo XP-950 looked like a pretty good product – with an affordable price tag that represented good value when you consider all the things this device can do (hence the relatively high overall rating). And, while it will probably suit snapshooters very well (particularly if they have a taste for bright, contrasty prints), it's not as well suited to serious photographers.
Excerpt: This model is designed to do a little of everything, and a lot of photo printing. Two paper trays are loaded into the front (one offering up to 100 sheet capacity), allowing you to switch seamlessly between photo and A4 paper. As if that wasn't enough, a third paper feed is located at the back of the MFD, offering paper support right up to the large A3 size. See also Group test: what's the best multifunction printer?