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Epson XP-830 Wireless Color Photo Printer with Scanner, Copier & Fax (C11CE78201)
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- Superior photo quality - vivid, bright photos and sharp text, with five-color inks
- Full-featured - 30-page Auto Document Feeder; auto 2-sided print/copy/scan/color fax; auto-extend/retract output tray
- Create - print on specialty paper1 and DVDs; plus, lab-quality, borderless photos up to 8" x 10"
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The Versatile, Wireless All-in-One Printer with Superior Photo Quality
Wireless | Print | Copy | Scan | Fax | Photo | Ethernet
The Expression Premium XP-830 wireless Small-in-One printer delivers superior photo quality and versatility, ideal for creative projects. A 30-page Auto Document Feeder and auto two-sided printing, copying, scanning and faxing saves time, while the auto-extend/retract output tray offers added convenience. Print vivid, borderless photos up to 8x10-inch, or on specialty paper and DVDs. Easily print from your tablet or smartphone—with or without a router—at home or on the go. Get 4x6-inch photos in as fast as 12 seconds. The intuitive 4.3-inch touchscreen makes tasks simple. And, you can print Facebook photos, coloring books and more with Epson's Creative Print App.
What's in the Box?
- Expression Premium XP-830 color inkjet printer.
- Setup and instruction manuals.
- CD-ROM containing software and drivers (Windows and Mac).
- Power cord.
- Five Claria Premium ink cartridges (Black, Cyan, Magenta, Yellow & Photo Black).
Superior Photo Quality
Vivid, bright photos and sharp text, with five-color inks.
30-page Auto Document Feeder; auto two-sided print/copy/scan/color fax; auto-extend/retract output tray.
Ultra powerful performance, ultra slim design.
Productivity Anytime, Anywhere
Easily print from your tablet or smartphone using Epson Connect. Supports Android, Apple iPad and iPhone, Chromebook, Kindle Fire, Mac and Windows devices.
ISO Print Speeds
ISO print speeds of 14 ISO ppm (black) and 11 ISO ppm (color).
Automatic Document Feeder
Quickly scan or fax stacks of 2-sided originals at one time with the 30-page duplex Automatic Document Feeder. You can even scan to email. This printer handles it all, plus 2-sided printing and copying.
Get superior-quality photos that are smudge, scratch, water and fade resistant. Share photos or archive important documents right after printing.
Productivity Anytime, Anywhere
Easily print from your tablet or smartphone using Epson Connect solutions. Supports Android, Apple iPad and iPhone, Chromebook, Fire OS, Mac and Windows devices. Wirelessly print documents, photos, emails and webpages whether at home or on the go. You can also scan documents and save them to the cloud for easy access and collaboration.
|Photo Quality||Superior Photo Quality||Superior Photo Quality||Professional Photo Quality||Professional Photo Quality|
|ISO Print Speeds (Black/Color)||13/10||14/11||9.5/9||9.5/9|
|Display||2.7" Color LCD & Touch Panel||4.3" Color Touchscreen w/Gesture Navigation||4.3" Color Touchscreen w/Gesture Navigation||4.3" Color Touchscreen w/Gesture Navigation|
|Specialty Media||Photo & CD/DVD Tray||Rear Feed Tray, Photo & CD/DVD Tray||Rear Feed Tray, Photo & CD/DVD Tray||Wide Format - 11" x 17", Rear Feed Tray, Photo & CD/DVD Tray|
|Auto Document Feeder||-||Yes||Yes||-|
|Connectivity||Wireless, Wi-Fi Direct, Mobile Device Printing, Built-In Card Slots, Front USB Port||Wireless, Wi-Fi Direct, Ethernet, Mobile Device Printing, Built-In Card Slots, Front USB Port||Wireless, Wi-Fi Direct, Ethernet, Mobile Device Printing, Built-In Card Slots, Front USB Port||Wireless, Wi-Fi Direct, Ethernet, Mobile Device Printing, Built-In Card Slots, Front USB Port|
|Scan to Facebook and Cloud||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
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|Color||Black, Blue||Black||Black||—||Black, Blue||NA|
|Connectivity Technology||USB; Wi-Fi; Ethernet||USB; Wi-Fi||Wi-Fi; USB; Ethernet||USB; Wi-Fi; Ethernet||USB; Wi-Fi||USB; Wi-Fi|
|Item Dimensions||19.1 x 10.4 x 16.8 in||15.4 x 11.8 x 5.7 in||17.87 x 16.14 x 7.6 in||19.1 x 10.4 x 16.8 in||18.9 x 9.3 x 16.8 in||15.4 x 11.8 x 5.7 in|
|Item Weight||21.5 lbs||9.3 lbs||16.91 lbs||21.5 lbs||17.9 lbs||9.3 lbs|
|Maximum Print Speed (Black and White)||32||—||14 pages_per_minute||8.5 pages_per_minute||10||—|
|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 14 inch|
|Operating System||Windows, Mac||Windows, Mac||Windows, Mac||Windows, Mac||Windows, Mac||Windows, Mac|
|Print Media Type||Paper (plain), Labels||Glossy photo paper, Paper (plain)||Glossy photo paper, Transparencies, Labels, Envelopes, Paper (plain)||Glossy photo paper, Glossy film, Envelopes, Paper (plain)||Paper (plain)||Glossy photo paper, Paper (plain)|
|Additional Features||Auto-Document Feeder||Auto-Document Feeder||Auto-Document Feeder||Auto-Document Feeder||Auto-Document Feeder||Auto-Document Feeder|
The Expression Premium XP-830 wireless Small-in-One printer delivers superior photo quality and versatility, ideal for creative projects. A 30-page Auto Document Feeder and auto 2-sided printing, copying, scanning and faxing saves time, while the auto-extend/retract output tray offers added convenience. Print vivid, borderless photos up to 8" x 10", or on specialty paper1 and DVDs. Easily print from your tablet or smartphone2 - with or without a router - at home or on the go. Get 4" x 6" photos in as fast as 12 seconds3. The intuitive 4.3" touchscreen makes tasks simple. And, you can print Facebook photos, coloring books and more with Epson's Creative Print App.
Top Customer Reviews
I have a few suggestions for those struggling with this model. First, you're buying a printer which does scanning, faxing, print to paper, print to photo, scan to cloud, email printing, print from memory cards so, yes, you can expect to read the manual. Gripes I see in the feedback are it won't print if the color runs out. yes it will - read the manual. Select plain paper, greyscale, and enable the option in the utility program. It won't print cardstock? yes it will - read the manual. There's a slot which opens in the rear for thick paper and there's a thick paper setting if it smears.
If it's dumping ink on your paper, you have the wrong paper or the wrong settings. You've got draft, fast economy, economy, normal, fine, quality, and best quality. Nudge down the quality and don't select photo paper if you've got cheap paper - and, use good paper. Just because you put it on "best quality" doesn't mean it will be at its best unless you've got good paper in it.
Don't put non-Epson ink in an Epson printer. Why are you buying Epson? You're buying it for their ink technology. If you think it's too expensive, buy something else. yes, you will spend the price of the printer in ink during the first year, probably. That's not because the ink is that expensive it's because Epson gives away the printer at cost to get you to buy their ink.
Wireless networking does not work. Give it up. If you can print reliably to a wireless network without rebooting or cycling power on the printer and/or router than you are a genius. Give yourself a pat on the back. I'm using a wired Ethernet connection with a static IP address. USB... avoid it. It's too flaky, especially on a mac.
Printing to CD's is a pain? I don't think so. It's just like my Brother printer - works better than my Brother printer. yea, it doesn't do the automatic tray thing like the Artisan which I'm not missing because I never owned one. I like the automatic output tray much better. I got tired of picking up printouts off the floor.
Scan and double-sided printing of smaller than letter size? No, you need a high end scanner to scan receipts and I've never seen double-sided printing to card stock. I didn't expect this printer to handle that.
Support for XP? Get real. That's dead. Support for Win10 or even OS X 10.11? You can't expect printer manufacturers to keep pace with the operating system De jour. Once a new operating system comes out the older printers will break and newer printers will be buggy at best. tip? Don't install the latest operation system.... ever. What does that get you? Just aggravation. You should be 8-12 months behind the latest operating system for the least head-ache's.
Software and firmware updates? I ran the updater right after I installed and tested everything. It told me that updates were available for *everything*. I declined. If everything works perfectly then I have ZERO things to gain by updating. I can only break it or introduce problems. Why are you updating? Don't update your software or firmware unless you've got a darn good reason, like you foolishly installed 10.11 and broke everything.
Do a test print once a week. I made up an image of RGB/CMYK and a sample photograph. Will that waste ink? Only if unclogging print heads is something you really enjoy doing. Consider it a pet which needs care and feeding once a week. If it sounds like too much maintenance than Epson really isn't for you. You're getting photo quality plus some nice all-in-one features. Buy a dust cover for it.
A few dings - doesn't hold a lot of paper, although it has a second tray for small photo paper which is keen. There is a web interface which doesn't have all the settings forcing me to hunch over the LCD screen and go thru them all. And, the duplexer arrived broken (sigh). After I set everything up I see a bit of plastic in the bottom of the box and wondered where it went. That explained why I was getting some paper jams. I'm hoping Epson can just send me a new part rather than lugging the whole thing back to UPS to return it. I'm tempted to get a roll of duct tape, figuring this probably won't be the last printer I buy.
Update 11/23/16 - Frustration starts to build. I contacted Epson about the broken duplexer. They sent me a form letter response back without reading my problem, offering for me to ship the printer back if it is still in warranty. That's not happening. I'm not lugging a 21lb printer up and down a flight of stairs plus boxing and unboxing it, plus shipping just to have Epson send me a new duplexer. Given the time and expense, I opted to just purchase a new duplexer which was less than a box of ink. Minus 1 star for lack of support.
I also noticed that some of the color management dialogs are missing for this printer such as advanced black and white printing.
Cons: The operating cost in terms of replacement ink significantly decreases the value proposition. I read, and discounted, another reviewer who stated that the device ran out of ink after printing only a dozen pages. Surely a reputable company like Epson wouldn't ship their printers with a "teaser" supply of ink, would they? Well, I guess I fared somewhat better than the other reviewer did because I was able to print almost 20 pages of text before running out of ink. It was truly so pathetic that I actually laughed. If you are considering purchasing this device, increase the price by about 38% because that will be your true cost of initial ownership after you buy replacement ink cartridges. I give Epson's sales and strategy teams a solid F for failure.
That the Epson stops working any time it thinks a cartridge is low is bad enough, the fact that the printer reads new Epson made cartridges as empty is infuriating.