Epson Expression Photo XP-760 All-in-One Photo Printer with Claria Photo HD Ink – WiFi and Touch Panel (Print/Scan/Copy)

May 15, 2015 - Comment

Epson C11CD96401 – EXPRESSION PHOTO XP-760 Product Features Claria Photo HD inks for exceptional, long-lasting photos Wi-Fi and Ethernet connectivity and easy mobile printing One for A4 and another for photo paper Prints on thick card and CD/DVDs Duplex printing and Auto power on

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Epson C11CD96401 – EXPRESSION PHOTO XP-760

Product Features

  • Claria Photo HD inks for exceptional, long-lasting photos
  • Wi-Fi and Ethernet connectivity and easy mobile printing
  • One for A4 and another for photo paper
  • Prints on thick card and CD/DVDs
  • Duplex printing and Auto power on

Comments

J. Whitehead says:

awesome printer – let down by mac software not working a little I bought this printer a little blind as there were no reviews when I ordered it. It has very much exceeded my expectations however. Things I didn’t know it did before I bought it:1. the flip up screen panel on the front is motorised – it opens itself when you go to print2. the paper output tray to stop your prints falling on the floor – also motorised – pops out when it’s needed3. there are 2 feed trays – tray 1 takes smaller sizes (like 6×4 photo paper) and can store around 20 sheets, tray 2 takes A4 paper and can store a lot more sheets than tray 1 – say around 75 at a guess. It also comes with a caddy to load and print cd’sIt just works out of the box – no hassles, great print quality!The one negative – the software installer for Mac doesn’t work – it just hangs – maybe it’s not compatible with OS X Yosemite. Didn’t need it to get it working though as it functions fine through AirPrint from the mac (and iPad, and iPhone)…

F & C Doyle says:

What a joy to use! We’ve always had Canon Multifunctions before (Pixma MP640 from 2010-2014, then MG6350 from April 2014) but the last one of those machines was very disappointing: it was extremely slow and noisy whilst printing. After only 9 months of constant annoyance, we finally gave up; the last straw was that this new machine did not have a Manual Paper feed and couldn’t print on paper heavier than 105 g/m²! After some research, we found that none of the new Canon Multifunctions do have a manual feed – so we reluctantly bought an Epson instead, which still has this feature.The Epson XP-760 takes a while to install because all of the various software bits have to be downloaded from the Internet (about 1 1/2 hours at our connection speed; yours may be faster). There are about 7 separate programs, which install individually and consecutively.Once set up, it is an absolute breeze to use. It prints much faster than our Canon ever did – and is much quieter. Also, the maximum…

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