Epson Artisan 810 Multifunction Printer

Epson Artisan 810 Multifunction Printer

15 Ratings | 6 Reviews
$697.91

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Smart, large display lights up only the buttons you need, includes a 3.5 inch LCD to preview, edit and print photos and more. Built in Wi-Fi, plus Ethernet networking print, scan, and access memory...More

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Smart, large display lights up only the buttons you need, includes a 3.5 inch LCD to preview, edit and print photos and more. Built in Wi-Fi, plus Ethernet networking print, scan, and access memory card slots from any room in the house. Versatile paper handling automatic, two sided printing, and two automatic paper trays, plus 30 page Automatic Document Feeder to quickly copy, scan or fax stacks of documents.

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15 Ratings | 6 Reviews

3.07 out of 5 stars

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  • Award winnind for a reason

    By Yahoo user  Jul 29, 2010

    ### This printer integrates seamlessly with a mac or a PC. The setup is a snap, and I like the aboility to purchase ink colors seperately, allowing me to save money (all in ones like HP might use up all the yessow buy not cyan). This printer uses a speci...al high-def ink which you may feel is a gimmick until you actually see the results. I have invested thousands in equipment, thus I want my printer to be able to do my 18MP justice. I don't have the money to buy a 5,000 dollar photo printer, so here I am. Just look at epson's website to see how many awards this printer has, including professional raters saying best AI1 ever, period. Read more Less

    Was this review helpful? Yes - No|4 out of 4 found this review helpful
  • Epson 810

    By Philip  May 14, 2010

    ### Had HP All-in-Ones for years for general printing. I have been using Epson Pro Photo printers since early 1990s. 6 months ago the old HP finally died and I bought an Epson NX810. I should have bought one sooner. An excellent printer for whose who wan...t versatility. I seldom rate anything 5 stars, so these ratings are best I hand out. Read more Less

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  • Great as printer, fails as scanner

    By Jing  Jun 3, 2010

    ### This is the first time that I have been able to successfully set up a network printer in my house that works with both wireless and wired printing. The quality of the prints are great and also works great for faxing. But it fails miserably as a scann...er. It keeps disconnecting from the computer after just a couple of pages. And even when the scanner works it takes more than a minute to scan a page. Read more Less

    Was this review helpful? Yes - No|3 out of 3 found this review helpful
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    By Phil  Jan 31, 2014

    Ink is very expensive for this printer...

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  • Worst printer I've ever had

    By OmaOpa  May 18, 2010

    ### I used to have an Epson printer and swore I would never own anything but, until I bought this one. Continuous paper jams, does not read instructions properly. Not intuitive at all. After numerous tries have not been able to connect printer to my desk...top only to my laptop. Horrible, horrible, horrible!!!!! Read more Less

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  • I would never buy again - terrible printer

    By VinnieG  Jul 8, 2011

    ### Worst printer I have ever bought. The paper tray doesn't function at all - the paper jams all the time. It pulls through multiple sheets, slips on the photo paper, and has ruined more checks than I've ever experienced in my 20 years of accounting. Th...en it tells you the tray is empty, when it is in fact full. Read more Less

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  • Epson Artisan 810

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    The home printer focus starts with photocentric features, including high-quality photo output; the ability to print directly from PictBridge cameras, memory cards, and USB keys; and a 3.5-inch color LCD for previewing photos before printing. Read more

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