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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


  • 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.

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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:

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  • 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


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


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


    Does this printer print 13 x 19?


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


    Is this the best printer for making art prints?


    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.


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


    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.


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


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

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