Epson Expression Home XP-400 Wireless All-in-One Color Inkjet Printer, Copier, Scanner. Prints from Tablet/Smartphone. AirPrint Compatible (C11CC07201)
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- Small-in-One design
- Easy wireless printing
- Card slots, 2.5-Inch LCD and touch panel
- Mobile device printing
- Quiet Operation
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This item Epson Expression Home XP-400 Wireless All-in-One Color Inkjet Printer, Copier, Scanner. Prints from Tablet/Smartphone. AirPrint Compatible (C11CC07201)
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|Connectivity Technology||USB Cable Wi-Fi||Wi-Fi||USB; Wi-Fi||USB; Wi-Fi||USB; Wireless||Wireless;USB|
|Item Dimensions||11.8 x 15.4 x 5.7 in||15.4 x 20.8 x 11 in||17.52 x 14.45 x 5.04 in||15.4 x 11.8 x 5.7 in||19.4 x 15.6 x 9.1 in||14.84 x 15.43 x 8.7 in|
|Item Weight||9 lbs||9.5 lbs||11.93 lbs||9.3 lbs||25.7 lbs||13.01 lbs|
|Maximum Print Speed (Black and White)||8 pages_per_minute||—||20 pages_per_minute||—||15 pages_per_minute||34 pages_per_minute|
|Media Size Maximum||8.5 x 14 inch||8.5 x 14 inch||8.5 x 14 inch||8.5 x 14 inch||8.5 x 14 inch||8.5 x 44 inch|
|Operating System||Windows, Mac||Windows, Mac||Windows, Mac||Windows, Mac||Windows, Mac||Windows, Mac|
|Print Media Type||—||Paper (plain)||Unknown||Glossy photo paper, Paper (plain)||Paper (plain)||Envelopes|
|Resolution||5760 x 1440||9600||—||—||—||5760 x 1440|
|Additional Features||network-ready||Small size; great performance, Instant-dry ink for smudge; fade and water resistant prints||Packed & Shipped by Amazon!||Auto-Document Feeder||auto-duplex||network-ready|
Designed for Simplicity. Print, copy, scan and more - get all the performance you need from the sleek, quiet, user-friendly Expression Home XP-400. With easy wireless printing, this Small-in-One can be shared with everyone in your household. EPSON Connect offers convenient mobile printing from smartphones, tablets and more1. The XP-400 also supports AppleAirPrint and Google Cloud Print. This compact performer even offers card slots for PC-free printing. Scan and archive important documents, quickly produce color copies, and use the image enhancement tools to get perfect prints, every time. When you’re in a rush, you can grab your prints and go, thanks to DURABrite Ultra instant-dry ink. The Expression Home XP-400 even offers individual ink cartridges so you can replace only the color that you need.Operating System Support: Apple Mac OS X 10.5.8, MS Windows XP Professional x64 Edition, Apple Mac OS X 10.6.x, MS Windows XP SP3, MS Windows 7, MS Windows 7 64-bit Edition and Apple Mac OS X 10.7.x.
From the Manufacturer
EPSON Expression Home XP-400 Small-in-One
Print | Copy | Scan | Photo | Wi-Fi
Designed for Simplicity.
Print, copy, scan and more — get all the performance you need from the sleek, quiet, user-friendly Expression Home XP-400. With easy wireless printing, this Small-in-One can be shared with everyone in your household. EPSON Connect offers convenient mobile printing from smartphones, tablets and more. The XP-400 also supports Apple AirPrint and Google Cloud Print. This compact performer even offers card slots for PC-free printing. Scan and archive important documents, quickly produce color copies, and use the image enhancement tools to get perfect prints, every time. When you’re in a rush, you can grab your prints and go, thanks to DURABrite Ultra instant-dry ink. The Expression Home XP-400 even offers individual ink cartridges so you can replace only the color that you need.
Small-in-One — space-saving design; great performance
Easy to use — 2.5" LCD with touch panel
PC-free printing with built-in card slots
Easy wireless printing
Instant wireless printing from popular mobile devices
Share one Small-in-One wirelessly
Wi-Fi CERTIFIED n for faster wireless printing from anywhere in your home
Large 2.5" LCD
Easily view, crop and rotate photos, PC-free
Scan and share documents and photos
|Epson Competitor |
Smudge, fade and water resistant prints with instant-dry ink
|Original Epson Competitor |
Better image enhancement tools
Red-eye removal, photo restoration and more
Space-saving design; great performance
Fast, easy setup
Save time and enjoy your weekend
What is ISO ppm?
ISO ppm is based on ISO 24734. Black and color print speeds are determined in default, single-side mode, in accordance with ISO/IEC 24734. Actual print times will vary based on system configuration, software, and page complexity.
See www.epson.com/printspeed for details, including complete ISO reports.
WHAT'S IN THE BOX
EPSON INK SUPPLIES
EPSON PAPER SUPPLIES
Top customer reviews
Upon unboxing, you will see that this is a small printer. The dimensions closed are 15.25" wide x 5.50" tall x 12" deep. With paper loaded in the back and the paper tray extended in the front, the dimensions are 15.25" wide x 12" tall x 17.50" deep.
Be sure and take all of the packing tape and foam off and out of the printer before using. Epson suggests having a USB printer cable (NOT included) available for printer setup, even if you will be using this printer wirelessly. I have set up several Epson wireless printers and have never needed a USB cable. Here are the steps I use for an easy, trouble-free installation.
On your computer, go to Epson dot com and under support and drivers, enter XP-400 and download the combo software driver package. Even though a CD with the drivers comes included, they are invariably outdated so get the latest ones from Epson. While you are at it, bookmark (and later print) the full User's Guide at Epson. It contains much more information than the printed Quick Guide that is included in the box.
While it is downloading, power on your printer. It will direct you to install the ink cartridges (included). Then, on the LCD touchscreen, select wifi setup. You will need to know the name of your wireless network (SSID) and the password, if any. Once this setup is complete, it will offer to print a wifi confirmation test page, so load some paper if you wish to do this.
Now go to your computer and install the software and drivers you just downloaded. When it asks, select "this printer is already connected to my wireless network" and continue with the installation. When it finishes, including any firmware upgrades, you're ready to print! By the way, if there are several computers in your home, you must install the combo software drivers package on EVERY computer that wishes to print to this printer.
Note: if you print the initial test pages during installation, you will notice it is excruciatingly slow. Don't worry - after installation is complete, printing, scanning and copying is much speedier.
Text is crisp and clear and color printing is vibrant. You will get the best results using premium inkjet paper or premium photo paper, but text documents are quite acceptable on plain, old copy paper. Photos on photo paper are pretty darn good! Not photo lab quality, but you could certainly frame a print for your desk and not be unhappy with the quality.
Scanning in professional mode produces excellent scans! The Epson scanning software offers many options to suit your needs and is relatively easy to figure out even without reading the user's manual.
The SD/memory card slot on the front of the printer lets you print without even turning on your computer! You can even print a preview sheet of all the photos on the SD card from your digital camera.
A nice surprise is that this printer features Air Print, Epson Connect and Google cloud printing! Air Print means that for me, I can print from my iPhone, iPad or iPod without any additional setup! Epson connect lets you print remotely from anywhere you are. Google cloud printing lets android users print wirelessly from their phones and other devices and even lets you share your printer with others.
I'm very surprised at how many features this printer has. Because it's a budget printer, there is no paper tray and it doesn't have fax capabilities and it's not as speedy as the Epson WorkForce line. But I can definitely recommend it for home use at a very affordable price.
I received an email last evening stating Epson Connect will be down the evening of Aug 28, 2012 through the morning of Aug 29, 2012 for upgrades. The exact time is dependent on time zone, obviously. I include this here for anyone trying to setup their new printer and not realizing why the Epson Connect (remote printing) isn't working. If you are outside of this time window and have issues, check with Epson for a possible outage (very very rare).
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This printer is a very basic, no frills printer, easy to setup, cheap to maintain. It's cost is comparable to similar models, the big plus are the very inexpensive individual ink refills- low cost for continued use.
This printer is ideal for someone who needs a basic inkjet color printer, low-cost ink, does not need a photo printer nor faxing capability and scans single pages at a time (such as scanning photos).
For what the printer is and what it is marketed as, it is a 5-star printer and I have rated it as such.
This printer does NOT have a document feed tray - scans are a single page at a time.
This printer is NOT an all-in-one as it does NOT include a fax.
This printer is NOT a photo-quality printer.
This printer does NOT come with a USB cable - as it is not needed on most wireless networks.
If you need the above capabilities (document feed tray, faxing, etc) consider the Epson Workforce line of printers- they are also easy to setup, very reliable, and use reasonably priced consumables (ink).
As soon as I bought this printer, I had difficulty getting it to stay connected to my network. I called Epson customer support several times, which is never less than an hour long ordeal. The first technical support person told me that it was that too many devices were connected, the next call it was an issue with my modem, then my computer, then my router, then my network provider. I have never had a problem getting other devices that I own to connect and stay connected to my computer. Since then, I have changed all of these things. Having recently moved and switched internet providers, Epson had to admit that it was a hardware issue. Except now, my printer is out of warranty! Of course it is.
This is the one of the worst companies and products I have ever owned.