Epson Artisan 710 Wireless Color Inkjet All-In-One Printer (C11CA53201)
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- Unbeatable quality and speed - Ultra HD 4x6 photos in as fast as 10 seconds.
- Automatic 2-sided printing and 2 paper trays
- Restore color to old, faded photos
- Easily charge a cell phone or MP3 player without tying up an additional outlet.
- Print directly onto CDs/DVDs
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Built–in Wi–Fi and Ethernet networking
Easily share your all–in–one with multiple computers. Go wireless with convenient Wi–Fi networking. Print, scan, and access memory card slots1 from any room in the house. Also includes an Ethernet connection for wired networking.
Quality beyond compare
The Artisan 710 delivers vibrant color photos and crisp, clear text. In fact, it’s #1 in photo quality.4 Working with six–color Claria® Hi–Definition Ink, the "smart nozzles" in Epson’s exclusive DX5™ MicroPiezo® print head deliver up to five ink droplet sizes, some as small as 1.5 picoliters. This technology makes it possible to achieve exceptionally smooth gradations, amazingly accurate skin tones and sharp, grain–free photos.
Professional looking CDs/DVDs
Now, there’s no need to use messy labels or markers in order to personalize CDs and DVDs. With this innovative feature from Epson, you can make professional looking discs that are easy to identify by printing your images and text right onto ink jet printable CDs/DVDs. (Software included)
Versatile paper handling
With automatic, two–sided printing, you can easily save up to 50% of your paper supply. And, with two automatic paper trays, the Artisan 710 is always ready to print on plain or photo paper. Just select your paper type and size, and the Artisan 710 automatically prints from the corresponding tray.
Print documents, photos, calendars, contacts and more wirelessly. From the App store or (www.itunes.com/appstore) search for Epson iPrint, ePrint or Print-and-Share.
Now, you and your family can star in your own creative projects. Transform your own photos into coloring book pages. Create personalized notepaper, invitations, greeting cards and more, in a snap. It’s simple with the easy–touse control panel. And, you can use the 2.5" LCD to view and print photos, creative projects and more, without ever turning on your computer!
Perfect photos, every time
Now, you don’t have to discard poorly exposed photos. Thanks to smart photo enhancement features from Epson, you can make your pictures look the way you intended them to look. Built–in Auto Photo Correction automatically evaluates and corrects digital images — better than the competition. It even includes advanced face detection, which distinguishes people from scenery, correcting the color accordingly to ensure beautiful, natural skin tones. With the Artisan 710, you can also remove red eye. And, with convenient color restoration, you can easily bring old, faded photos back to life. It’s like having your own photo lab right at home.
Worry–free handling of photos
The Artisan 710 gives you professional quality photos that are smudge, scratch, water and fade resistant, so you can handle them right after printing. Place them in an album or share them with family and friends, worry free.
Prints that outlast photo lab prints
Prints made with Claria ink last up to four times longer than those from a traditional photo lab.5 Photos last up to 98 years in display under glass and over 200 years in an album. Photos from the leading competitor last only 65 years on display under glass. With Epson, you can feel confident in sharing your prints for generations to come. Six–color Claria Hi–Definition Ink, together with Epson premium photo papers, offers the ultimate combination of photo quality and longevity.
Fast print speeds
This speedy all–in–one keeps up with your busy life. Print brilliant 4" x 6" photos in as fast as 10 seconds. The Artisan 710 is just as impressive when it comes to everyday documents like e–mails, driving directions, term papers and more, delivering maximum print speeds of 38 ppm and laser quality speeds of 9.5 ppm black and 9 ppm color.
Easily charge portable devices
Do more with your all–in–one. Easily charge a cell phone or MP3 player without tying up an additional power outlet.2 Simply use the front USB port on your all–in–one!
Sleek, compact design
About as tall as a soda can, the Artisan 710 fits your lifestyle and your décor. Enjoy the best of both worlds: compact design and powerful performance. With Artisan, you get quality and speed, without sacrificing space or a stylish design.
Product protection you can count on
Get a two–year limited warranty and toll–free telephone support3 when you register your Artisan 710. You also get access to an exclusive web site for creative home and business project templates, "how–to" articles and videos, exclusive offers and more. The Artisan 710 even includes quick product exchange. So, you can rest easy knowing you have dependable service and support.
Individual ink cartridges – replace only the color you need
Six individual ink cartridges give you control over ink usage. Replace only the cartridge you need! Claria ink is also available in high–capacity cartridges to accommodate higher volume print needs, giving you about 60% more prints than with the standard–capacity cartridges.
Advanced MicroPiezo print head technology
Advanced MicroPiezo print head technology, exclusively from Epson, ensures sharp, accurate ink placement, while optimizing print speeds. With "smart" nozzles, this powerful technology delivers droplets in as many as five sizes, some as small as 1.5 picoliters. So, you get remarkable precision, sharper detail, smoother gradations and outstanding image quality – every print, every time.
Be more informedThe new international ISO print speed standard
Print speed is critically important when buying a printer or all-in-one. But how do you compare print speeds when different manufacturers measure in different ways? Now you can. Much like the "MPG" ratings on new cars, there's now a new industry standard for measuring print speed, which allows for an "apples-to-apples" comparison between different printer models and brands. The International Organization for Standardization (widely known as ISO) developed this industry approved and internationally accepted standard, specifically for ink jet printers and all-in-ones. It measures "out of the box" (default) print speeds using "real world" printing scenarios, so you can be sure you're getting a product that performs at the speed you need.
- Built–in Wi–Fi, plus Ethernet, networking — print, scan, and access memory card slots1 from any room in the house with built–in wireless and wired networking
- Ultra Hi–Definition prints — brilliant 4" x 6" photos in as fast as 10 seconds; DX5 MicroPiezo technology provides the finest color and detail without sacrificing speed
- Professional looking CDs/DVDs — print right onto ink jet printable CDs/DVDs without labels
- Versatile paper handling — automatic, two–sided printing and two automatic paper trays for photo and standard paper
- Easily charge portable devices — free up a power outlet; charge cell phones and MP3 players2
- One–of–a–kind projects — easily create coloring books, personalized notepaper, invitations and greeting cards using your own photos
- Perfect photos made easy — Auto Photo Correction and red–eye removal
- Bring old, faded photos back to life — easily restore the color to faded photos
- Results ready to share — lab quality photos are smudge, scratch, water and fade resistant
- Epson PreferredSM program — two–year limited warranty and free lifetime customer phone support with registration3
- Individual ink cartridges — replace only the color you need
- Sleek compact design — about as tall as a soda can; fits in any setting
- Preferred 3 to 1 by consumers — Artisan series of all–in–ones are #1 in photo quality4
- Weight and Dimensions (WxDxH) — Weight: 21.4 lb, Storage: 17.6" x 18.0" x 5.9", Printing: 17.6" x 25.8" x 5.9"
Unleash your creativity with an Artisan. This sophisticated, yet simple line of products masterfully combines the world of style and technology. With an innovative feature set, these premier products make it easy to bring your imagination to life, empowering you to make everyday documents and projects rise above the rest.
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What’s in the Box
Artisan 710 photo all–in–one, Setup and instruction manuals, CD–ROM with drivers and creativity software, Power cord, Epson Preferred invitation and free 4" x 6" photo paper plus coupons with special offers (Offer valid only in the United States). 6 Claria Hi–Definition Ink cartridges, one 98 High–capacity Black ink cartridge, Five 99 Standard–capacity color ink cartridges: Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Light Cyan, Light Magenta
- Estimated power consumption for one year is less than two dollars6
- Save up to 50% of your paper supply with automatic, two–sided printing
- Save even more by printing multiple pages on a single sheet
- Supports printing on recycled paper
- Designed to be recycled7
- ENERGY STAR® qualified
- Some functions may not be supported by Mac®, like accessing memory cards when the all–in–one is networked.
- User supplied cable required to fully or partially charge USB devices that comply with USB 2.0 standards, rated 500 mA or less.
- One–year limited warranty to all purchasers; toll–free support and second–year warranty require registration within 60 days of purchase. With registration, Epson provides free customer phone support for the life of the product. Under warranty, calls are toll free. Offer valid only in the United States.
- See www.epson.com/artisan for details
- Based on accelerated testing of prints displayed under glass in indoor display or in album conditions. Actual print stability will vary according to media, printed image, display conditions, light intensity, temperature, humidity and atmospheric conditions. Epson does not guarantee the longevity of prints. For maximum print life, display all prints under glass or UV filter or properly store them.
- Calculated printing/copying five sheets of letter–size color documents per day; one day defined as 8 hours with the power on and 16 hours with the power off. Power consumption will vary according to the customer’s product usage. Based on a 2008 national average electricity cost of 11.47 cents per kWh.
- See our website for convenient and reasonable recycling options at www.epson.com/recycle
Epson, Claria and MicroPiezo are registered trademarks, Epson Exceed Your Vision is a registered logomark and Better Products for a Better Future is a trademark of Seiko Epson Corporation. Artisan is a registered trademark, Designed for Excellence and DX5 are trademarks and Epson Preferred is a service mark of Epson America, Inc. All other product and brand names are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of their respective companies. Epson disclaims any and all rights in these marks. Copyright 2009 Epson America, Inc. 6/09
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Top Customer Reviews
When you also look at Epson having a 2 year warranty vs. 1 for Canon, it says something. The real kicker is from my research, I had every intention of buying the Canon....but the proof was in the photos.
If you buy this, you'd better have a deep wallet. At first, the 6 cartridges seems like a good idea. What isn't clear from the beginning is that the charging cycle is ink-wide - all 6 carts are initialized when you replace a cartridge, draining what appears to be about 7-10% of each cartridge in the process. If you replace one cart that is dead, with others that are less than 10-15%, you'll find that all the "low" cartridges are "out" after the charging cycle!
But it gets better. To try and keep the heads clear and clean, the machine runs a fairly extensive cleaning/purging cycle when it turns on or comes out of sleep. I've had as few as 6-7 printing sessions of just 2-3 sheets per session on a full size cartridge set (all 6 - about $80 of ink). I don't print very often at home - maybe once every ten days. That means it's always running a (2-3 minute long) start up purge for each print session. After I got my first actual banding (which requires an ink-sucking cleaning cycle or three), I switched to a continuous inking system. The ink-drain has been confirmed, but at least now I'm paying a dime per cleaning cycle instead of a couple dollars and there's no new-cartridge-cycle losses.
I think these machines just aren't meant to sit unused. If you don't print multiple times a day, most of your ink will be spent in cleaning. If you do print multiple times a day, you'll get beautiful prints - but you'll go through a lot of ink. Either way, plan on buying a full set of carts every month.
I will first address the customer service of Epson in regard to this replacement.
The 700 that I originally purchased developed an ink clog that would not clear after numerous attempts to clean it. I had registered the 700 so I was eligible for overnight replacement. I received a refurbished 700, but that printer was defective. (I also received a set of high capacity cartridges with it.) I called Epson, and asked to speak to a second tier tech. After relating my experiences with the two defective 700's, the tech said that instead of sending another refurbished 700, I would be sent a new Artisan 710. She also agreed to send another set of high capacity ink jet cartridges since I had used up most of the ones I had in the original 700 while attempting to clear the nozzles.
My impression of Epson customer service is that they went beyond what is required in their warranty. Getting an upgraded printer was worth about $50 more than the original 700. The two sets of high capacity cartridges was worth almost $200. (I did get the regular capacity sets as well.) Overnight shipping with pre-paid return for the defective printers was also included.
Installation is much improved over the Artisan 700. Connection to a wireless network is simple. The 710 found my network immediately and it was just a matter of entering the encryption key.
Now as to the features of the Artisan 710. I have used Epson printers for almost twenty years. Each new model has provided the highest quality prints available possible with the technology available when it was introduced. The 710 continues that trend. The printer is quieter and faster than the previous models I have owned.Read more ›
in 2009-2010 about 150)- 3 from Amazon.
We don't understand any of the 5 star
reviews unless their from Epson's pocket.
Out of the 150 printers,
we kept 4 for ourselves (The rest
were for resellers).
Of the 4 printers - all 4 have been troublesome.
1 went dead (No power) after just 2
months, other one went with blinking lights
"internal error" - and it will not function
what-so-ever. Of The remaining 2:One is
still functioning but hassles us with "print
cartridges not recognized"
(with the original ink cartridges that
came with the printer). This printer fails
over day or so - we partially resolved
the problem by pulling the power cord from
the wall and re-starting this cumbersome printer.
Finally, the final 4th printer (after working
fine for 4 months) is blinking the same error
message that the previous printer did.
This monster has bad quality control issues.
The paper tray is horribly designed and sits
far to close to the receiving paper tray that
is so flimsy, it broke off on two of our printers.
Paper jams are frequent on these printers, and
can only print on thin papers. Sometimes, it
picks up 4 or 5 sheets at a time (20 pound paper)
especially when printing jobs with multiple paper
requirements. The printer needs a baby sitter
if you send a print job consisting of more than 1 page.
The CD Tray is way too flimsy. Seems like it can
bend or break very easily - very poorly
made and just bad quality for such a price to pay.Read more ›
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