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Epson Expression Premium EcoTank Wireless 5-Color All-in-One Supertank Printer with Scanner

One Supertank printer, EcoTank Wireless, Genuine Epson inks, enough ink, about 30 ink Cartridge sets, supersized ink tanks, 5 color inks, a quality printing experience, black 9,000 color, up to 14,000 pages, up to 2 years, Copier, the Epson warranty, low cost replacement bottles

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What We Like

  • Comes with up to 2 years of ink in the box
  • Includes enough ink to print documents up to 14,000 pages
  • Versatile paper handling

Disadvantages

  • Difficult to use with non-epson inks

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About Epson Expression Premium EcoTank Wireless 5-Color All-in-One Supertank Printer with Scanner

The wireless Ecotank all-in-one offers cartridge-free printing and 5-color inks. The printer includes up to 2 years of 'ink in the box,' equivalent to about 30 cartridge sets - and it's easy to fill, super-sized tanks with just a few clicks of the button! It also features Epson exclusive auto-stop bottles, with each color uniquely keyed for easy filling of each tank. If you need more, you can buy replacement bottles at low prices uniquely keyed auto-stop 5-color ink bottles. Dedicated paper & photo trays. Built-In USB and card slots. Large 2.7 color LCD. Comes with up to 2 years of cartridges in the box equivalent to about 30 cartridge sets and 80% off with replacement bottles. Wireless solution Easily prints from iPad, iPhone, Android tablets, and smartphones include wi-fi direct and Ethernet.

Results of our analysis:

We analyzed 244,282 reviews for 232 products in the Inkjet Printers category.

We then analyzed 453 reviews for this product. Of these, 2 reviews were recent.

Around 58% of reviews were positive and about 37% were negative.

Final Score:

9.04 out of 10, based on these factors:

  • Build quality
  • Compatibility
  • Controls and functionality
  • Customer support
  • Easy to use
  • Overall performance
  • Print quality
  • Technical support
  • Value for money
  • What buyers say about Epson Expression Premium EcoTank Wireless 5-Color All-in-One Supertank Printer with Scanner


    It only takes relatively thin paper, so you can't feed 300gsm watercolor paper into it. The unit has a scanning function as well, though I haven't tried it, but I already have a dedicated scanning device.


    If you are concerned about the whiteness and brightness of plain paper, you may want to do some research on the subject, since I can't say whether that is good, better or best.


    I didn't get another error message after filling the ink wells, so I assumed that the instructions for setting up the wireless network were the same as before.


    It's easy to update the printer's software, and it has a lot of cool built-in features, such as the ability to print out graph paper or lined paper, copy a photo, and print directly to a CD.


    This printer is so awesome that I had to write a review to tell everyone how great it is, but I also wanted to cover some stuff that I personally searched for when researching this printer, but didn't see anywhere.

    Common Questions

    Q:

    According to the video blurb, the printer can only print photos up to 8.5x11.

    A:

    You should be able to print on larger photo paper as well, just not borderless.

    Q:

    Does this printer print 13 x 19?

    A:

    I bought the all-in-one printer because I was a photographer and wanted it to print 13x19 prints.

    Q:

    Is this the best printer for making art prints?

    A:

    I am not an art critic, but the color is amazing for a home printer, and the ink is wonderful. Still over 75% full after over 200 pages printed.

    Q:

    I am horrified by the prints, they are so rough that I can feel a finger. Is this normal?

    A:

    I have printed on several different types of photo paper and plain paper from light weight up to 20 lbs., but never a print that was completely dry when I picked it up.

    Q:

    The user manual says it does, but the epson web site says it doesn't. Does this printer have automatic duplexing?

    A:

    I'm not sure why Epson isn't mentioning it.

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