Epson launches 7 new all-in-one printers for the home
Print from a tablet, smartphone and Facebook with outstanding yet affordable results on Epson's new Wi-Fi all-in-ones
Epson has announced seven new inkjet printers for the home, including small all-in-ones with touch-panel LCD screens and printers that deliver glossy photos and crisp text. Designed for busy households, the Expression Home and Expression Premium series of printers range from entry-level to more advanced devices, all featuring Wi-Fi and a range of mobile printing options.
Expression Premium (XP-820, XP-720, XP-620 series and XP-520) printers are versatile, compact all-in-one printers designed for home users who are looking for outstanding glossy photos and crisp, clear text documents. Automatic Wi-Fi set-up makes it quick and simple to connect to a Wi-Fi network1, or alternatively devices can be connected via Wi-Fi Direct. Double-sided printing and LCD screens make these printers even more efficient and easy to use. The XP-820 and XP-720 add a 10.9cm LCD touchscreen on a motorised control panel, two paper trays, an auto open and close control panel and output tray, and a speciality media feed. The XP-820 also includes fax and an automatic document feeder.
Epson's suite of mobile printing apps – Epson iPrint and Epson Creative Print – allow users to print from a smartphone, tablet, laptop and even print photos from Facebook2. Apple Airprint3 and Google Cloud Print compatibility come as standard across the range.
The Expression Premium range uses Epson’s Claria Premium Ink, a 5-colour ink system that can create durable text documents, along with glossy photos with sharp detail, deep blacks and rich, vibrant colours.
The XP-820, XP-720, XP-620 series and XP-520 are available from 1st September, priced at £199.99, £179.99, £149.99 and £99.99 respectively.
Expression Home (XP-225, XP-320 series and XP-420 series) entry-level and mid-range Small-in-Ones are compact and make printing, scanning and copying easy. All models feature Wi-Fi and mobile printing, as well as a 1200dpi scanner. Models in the XP-320 series and XP-420 series have Wi-Fi Direct and include Apple Airprint3 and Google Cloud Print compatibility, with the XP-420 series adding a 6.4cm colour LCD screen with touch-panel.
The new Expression Home Small-in-Ones use Epson Claria Home Ink, a versatile, 4-colour ink cartridge set that delivers crisp, clear text documents and glossy, lab-quality photos. You can also save up to 30% ink4 with Epson's individual ink cartridges – only replace the colour used.
The XP-225, XP-320 series and XP-420 series are available from 1st September, priced at £69.99, £79.99 and £89.99 respectively.
All of the Premium and Home models are compatible with the Epson iPrint app2 that brings makes printing from tablets and smartphones easy. As well as one-touch access to photos and documents stored on a tablet or smartphone, iPrint can print a webpage, scan a document remotely, or access documents in cloud storage accounts including Dropbox, Evernote, Box and Google Drive.
- All-in-one printers with 1,200dpi scanner
- Epson Claria Premium Inks for use with Expression Premium models
- Epson Claria Home Inks for use with Expression Home models
- Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi Direct
- Duplex printing on Premium models
- Epson iPrint & Epson Creative Print
- LCD touchscreens (selected models)
- Automatic document feeder (selected models)
For more information, visit: www.epson.co.uk/home-photo.
1 Automatic set-up compatible with Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista and Mac OS
2 Epson iPrint and Epson Creative Print require a wireless connection and the Epson printing apps. Email print and scan-to-cloud require an internet connection. For more information, supported languages and devices, please visit http://www.epsonconnect.euairprint-enabled/
3 AirPrint-enabled printers work with iPad (all models), iPhone (3GS or later), and iPod touch (3rd generation or later) running the latest version of iOS
4 Compared to competitors’ equivalent printer models ≤100€/£ using tri-colour cartridges. Testing carried out by BLI, May 2014. Weighting for Document (87%)and Photo (13%) printing based on TNS 'Printing Usage & Attitudes Study', June 2013. For more information, please visit www.epson.eu/individualinks