|Item Weight||21.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||17.6 x 18 x 5.9 inches|
|Item model number||C11CB18201|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||C11CB18201|
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Epson Artisan 730 Wireless All-in-One Color Inkjet Printer, Copier, Scanner (iOS/Tablet/Smartphone/AirPrint Compatible) (C11CB18201)
|Price:||$606.00 + $33.16 shipping|
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- Rated No1 in photo quality by consumers photographers
- World's Fastest 4 x 6 inch photo printer 10 seconds
- Epson Connect to print from mobile devices
- Touch panel with 2.5 inch LCD
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From the Manufacturer
Artisan® 730 Photo All-in-One
Print | Copy | Scan | Ultra HD Photo | Wi-Fi
|WHY BUY? |
Designed for Creativity.
Rated #1 in photo quality7, Artisan inkjets also deliver incredible performance, with the Artisan 730 achieving the World’s Fastest 4" x 6" photo print speeds.³ Get 4" x 6" photos in as fast as 10 seconds.5 Speed through everyday projects. The Artisan 730 gives you all the tools you need with a smart touch panel and 2.5" LCD. Print, scan, and access memory card slots10 from any room in the house with Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™ n wireless networking¹ and built-in Ethernet networking. Or, use Epson Connect to print directly from your smartphone, iPad®,, tablet and more.²
Automatic two-sided printing, copying & two paper trays — always ready to print photos & documents
Wireless Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™ n for faster speeds¹
Sleek design with midnight blue accents
Epson Connect — instant wireless printing from popular mobile devices²
World’s Fastest 4” x 6” photo print speeds³
Easy-to-use touch panel with 2.5” LCD — creative tools right at your fingertips
What the press is saying:
|“Epson’s Artisan printers are built for quality, speed and performance.” Fist Glimpse, (October, 2011)|
|“Epson released two new wireless AIOs (all-in-ones) that are packed with extras.” Smart Computing, (October, 2011)|
Vivid colors and brilliant detail with Epson’s exclusive MicroPiezo® ink jet technology, for prints that last up to 200 years4
Make professional looking discs by printing right onto ink jet printable CDs/DVDs
World’s Fastest 4" x 6" Ultra Hi-Definition prints³
4" x 6" photos, in as fast as 10 seconds5; richness, depth and clarity that even satisfies professional photographers
Wireless Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™ n
Can deliver up to 2.5 times the performance of the previous 802.11 g¹; Ethernet ready
Fast copying and scanning
Quickly copy or scan photos or documents at up to 2400 dpi; scan to a PC or save to a USB flash drive
Instant wireless printing from popular mobile devices²
Print from your smartphone, iPad®, tablet and more
Automatic two-sided printing and copying
Get great paper-saving features; print two-sided documents or up to four different pages on a single sheet
Make one-of-a-kind projects
Use your own photos to create professional coloring books, greeting cards, note paper and more — in a snap
†What is ISO ppm?
ISO ppm is based on the international standard for measuring print speeds. Black and color print speeds are determined in default, single-side mode, in accordance with ISO/IEC 24734. Black and color two-sided print speeds are determined in two-sided 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|
†ISO ppm is based on the international standard for measuring print speeds. Black and color print speeds are determined in default, single-side mode, in accordance with ISO/IEC 24734. Black and color two-sided print speeds are determined in two-sided 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.
- Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n certified; level of performance subject to the range of the router being used. Visit www.wi-fi.org/files/11nbasics_glossary.pdf for more information.
- See www.epson.com/connect regarding compatible devices and apps.
- Compared to ink jet, photo all-in-ones priced at $299 or less as of April 1, 2010, based on independent testing.
- Display permanence based on accelerated testing of prints displayed under glass in indoor display conditions; album permanence based on accelerated testing of prints in dark storage 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.
- Color photo in Draft Mode on Premium Photo Paper Glossy measured from start of paper feed. Actual print times will vary based on system configuration, software, and page complexity. See www.epson.com/printspeed for details.
- Adapter may be required.
- Compared to photo all-in-ones priced at $300 or less as of 11/1/08 in testing by Newman-Stein, Inc.
- Epson provides phone support without charge for the life of the product. Telephone toll charges may apply.
- Actual savings and yields may vary.
- Some applications and/or functions may not be supported under Mac® OS X, like accessing memory cards when the all-in-one is networked.
- Calculated copying five sheets of A4-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 2010 national average electricity cost of 11.70 cents per kWh.
- See our website for convenient and reasonable recycling options at www.epson.com/recycle
- SmartWay is an innovative partnership of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency that reduces greenhouse gases and other air pollutants and improves fuel efficiency.
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 of Epson America, Inc. Apple is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. iPad is a trademark of Apple Inc. SmartWay is a service mark of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. 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 2011 Epson America, Inc. 6/11
Top Customer Reviews
This thing is huge. It takes up almost twice as much real estate as my Brother 2270 laser. The duplexer hanging off the back adds about 4 inches to the depth.
It has lots of surprising bells and whistles. Whether you need all that is up to you. More on that later.
The wireless setup was the best I've seen. Turn it on, it detects the network. Enter your SSID right on the panel, and your done. After that, setup on both XP and W7 machines went without a hitch.
The color printing by Epson is excellent. It makes Dye Sub printers just about obsolete. These'Claria' inks are dye based, but are supposed to have great UV resistance. I'll leave a photo in the Sun and let you know in 20 years.
Initial tests on photo printing are astounding. I use Kirkland Glossy Photo paper, best photo print mode, high-speed turned off. I compared it with a print (same photo) from Winkflash on Fuji paper. It was as sharp, or sharper. The blacks are blacker with more pop. It could use a little more saturation in the yellow and magenta. But without any tweaking, the profile is pretty much dead on.
I haven't said anything bad yet. What's not to like?
The only negative specific to this printer so far is the paper tray. It seems flimsy and complex. There appears to be no way to manually feed paper, so card stock probably won't work. Also, if you want to run a couple of sheets of full size photo paper, you have to replace all the paper. Or, put in 1 more sheet than you need on top of your regular stock.Read more ›
Bought this printer today. So far so GREAT! Opened the box to find a yellow sheet titled: "Attention AirPrint Users". It then explains that to enable AirPrint capability install the latest firmware available from Epson's website. My first though was "WOW", I thought only HP printers had this capability. So OK, I'll bite. I installed the printer on MAC OSX Lion without any problems at all. Flawless. So then the firmware upgrade. This part always makes me a little nervous but the Epson step-by-step instructions were very clear. Firmware upgrade take about 10-15 minutes and remember DON'T turn it off or unplug it during this process. Once the firmware was upgraded I went to an email on my iPhone, clicked the AirPrint button, then Print, and EPSON Airtisan 730 shows up, along with a selector for the number of copies, and single/double sided (on/off). I hit Print and sure enough out comes my complete email. I then check Safari and iBooks and yes, it will print from those natively as well. No EPSON or third party app required. So, you ask what's the big deal? Well the deal is that nowhere on the Epson website or on the box does it mention printing compatibility with AirPrint. I even went to Apple's official list of AirPrint printers and it's not yet listed there either, just HP.
Artisan 725 VS 730
I had been looking at the Artisan 725 and couldn't find much product information on the differences on this newer model. Here's what I've come up with so far:
1. Very slightly high print speeds, but not enough for anyone to notice.
2. Difference in droplet size. Fixed size on the 725, 5 sizes on the 730.
3. Front panel. 725 has a bit of a clunky button arrangement to hold/release the front panel up at an angle.Read more ›
*Set-up was a piece of cake. I had to use the printer's interface to set up the wireless as I did not have the right size USB cable, but printer found my network without a problem. I have a Netgear router & Dell Inspiron Laptop running Vista.) Entering the password was somewhat like texting on my mobile phone but I had no issues. I was printing within 30 minutes after I began opening the box.
*Black text printing looks good. Very fast.
*Scanner worked fine; no problem.
*Photos were astounding!!! Printer uses 6 ink cartridges which probably accounts for the vivid colors. I printed 3 photos right after set-up using glossy photo paper. One photo was from a low-resolution file. All came out great.
*Paper tray holds both regular paper & photo paper. You don't have to change the paper out.
*Depending on your needs, this printer might be a bit bulky. It weighs more than 20 lbs. so will not fit where my other printer was. However, it is geared for light commercial usage such as a home business so bulk/wgt. is probably appropriate for that class.
*Will not print at all if any one of the ink cartridges is empty. This, for me, is one of the serious drawbacks to Epson printers. My other Epson is the same way & it's really inconvenient as I do a lot more text printing than color printing.
*Unless you need high-quality color prints or other color materials like brochures, six ink cartridges is hard on the budget.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Never buy Epson again. My inks started leaking profusely and the cartridges empties out in minutes. Then nothing works since it stops when you are out of ink. Terrible design. Read morePublished 12 days ago by JC
Love this printer does so much. Prints quality images to photo paper, regular text prints work great, and excellent prints to dvd/bluray. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Andrew Reviews
You will be amazed at the level of perfection this printer produces.
I like the way it works...when it works. Quality is great and speed, while not supersonic, is adequate. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Prototype Man
Great printer, I like the CD/DVD direct print functionality.
Works well through wireless network.
I am very frustrated with my Epson Artisan 730 printer at the moment. I have been trying to print a document using only standard black ink and I have been unable to do so. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Lucas Jordan Youngblood
The major problem with this printer is that it does not pick up the paper from the tray or it will pick up two pages at a time when you try to use it with photo paper. Read morePublished 9 months ago by L. R. Kreykes