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Epson unveils XP-810 premium, XP-610 'small-in-one' printer/scanners

updated 03:00 am EDT, Tue September 10, 2013

New printers capable of 11 pages per minute, with color prints in 12 seconds

Epson America today launched the feature-rich Epson Expression Premium XP-810 and XP-610 "Small-in-One" printers. The Expression Premium series uses Epson's MicroPiezo printing technology and Claria Premium inks to produce quality prints at home or on-the-go with Epson Connect for printing from a tablet, smartphone or computer.

The Expression XP-810 and XP-610 are designed as complete wireless solutions, featuring built-in Wi-Fi Certified-n and Wi-Fi Direct for wireless printing. Both models are always ready to print, offering built-in memory card slots for PC-free printing, automatic duplex printing to save paper, easy-to-use creative tools such as a dedicated photo tray and direct CD/DVD printing, as well as built-in automatic photo correction tools. 

The flagship Expression XP-810 adds a 30-page auto document feeder for automatic two-sided copying, scanning and faxing, a 3.5-inch touchscreen with gesture navigation for easy setup and operation, specialty paper support through its rear paper feed, and an auto-extend paper output tray.

Print speeds hit 14 pages per minute for black, and 11 pages per minute for color for the XP-810; the XP-610 manages 13 pages per minute black and 10 pages per minute color. Borderless 4x6-inch photos are printable in as little as 12 seconds. The XP-610 scans at up to 2400DPI, with the XP-810 scanning at 4800DPI.

The Epson Expression Premium XP-610 will retail for $150, with the Epson Expression XP-810 selling for $230. Both models will be available in mid-September.




by MacNN Staff

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