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Epson Expression Photo XP- 850 photo printer with Claria Photo HD ink - Wifi, touch panel and ADF

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  • Print, scan and copy
  • High-quality and long-lasting photos
  • Freedom to print and scan anywhere
  • Comes with 8.8 cm touch-screen and motorised trays
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Technical Details
BrandEpson
Item Weight11 Kg
Product Dimensions33.9 x 39 x 19.1 cm
Item model numberC11CC41301
SeriesExpression Photo XP 850
  
Additional Information
ASINB009L38Z7C
Best Sellers Rank 14,673 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight11 Kg
Date First Available1 Jan 2012
  
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Product Description

Product Description

Epson Expression Photo XP-850
Easy-to-use SVGA projector with 2,600 lumens for bright projections even in daylight
Epson Expression Photo XP-850

Ideal for photo enthusiasts

The Epson Expression Photo XP-850 is the ideal 4-in-1 with double-sided ADF for photo enthusiasts who want a top-of-the-range printer to showcase their photography skills. This printer is up to 40 percent smaller*2 than previous models and features an 8.8cm touch-screen, with user-friendly interactive menu, and a motorised control panel and output tray which open automatically before printing.

Claria Photo HD Ink

Epson’s new six-colour Claria Photo HD Ink is ideal for keen photographers looking to produce and display superior-quality, long-lasting photographs and delivers smooth tonal gradations, deep natural blacks and rich, vibrant colours.

Easy-to-use SVGA projector with 2,600 lumens for bright projections even in daylight
flexibility to print from your PC

Express your creativity by printing onto thick card and heavyweight photo paper with the rear speciality media feed. You can also easily switch between photo and A4 printing, thanks to the dual front-loading paper trays, and personalise family films and digital photo albums by printing directly onto suitable CDs and DVDs.

Epson Connect

Epson Connect allows you to print wirelessly from smartphones and tablet PCs within the home, and print from anywhere in the world by emailing documents directly to the printer's unique email address. The Remote Printer Driver offers more flexibility to print from your PC to any Epson Connect printer anywhere in the world, while Scan-to-Cloud enables you to store scanned documents directly in Cloud services. In addition the XP-750 is Apple AirPrint and Google Cloud print ready.

Wi-Fi and Ethernet

Wi-Fi and Ethernet offer flexible connectivity, while the automatic Wi-Fi set-up automatically finds the relevant connection settings in order to configure itself. Wi-Fi Direct connects directly to other Wi-Fi devices without the need for a wireless access point, such as a router.

Key Features

  • Print, scan, copy and fax with ADF
  • Superior-quality, long-lasting photos
  • 40% smaller than previous models
  • Freedom to print and scan anywhere
  • 8.8cm touch-screen and motorised trays

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Epson Expression Photo Printer XP-750 with Claria Photo HD Ink - Wi-Fi and Touch Panel
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Epson Expression Photo XP- 850 photo printer with Claria Photo HD ink - Wifi, touch panel and ADF
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Epson Expression Photo XP-950 A3 All-In-One Printer with Wi-Fi Direct/Double Sided Printing/Touchscreen
Printer/Scanner/Copier
A3 printer    
Fax    
ADF and double-sided printing Double-sided printing only Double-sided printing only
A4 draft print speed black/colour (ppm) 32 / 32 32 / 32 28 / 28
A4 ISO print speed black/colour (ppm) 9.5 / 9 9.5 / 9 8.5 / 8
Borderless photo print speed 10x15cm approx. (sec) 10 11 10
Print resolution up to 5760 (dpi)
Scan resolution (dpi) 2400 4800 4800
Epson iPrint
Epson Email Print
Epson Scan to Cloud
Apple Airpaint
Google Cloud Print
Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi Direct and Ethernet connectivity
Automatic WiFi set up
Dual Paper Trays
Specialty Media Path
Print Directly onto CDs/DVDs
Colour LCD screen (cm) 8.8 8.8 8.8
Touch Screen
Motorised control panel and output tray
Memory car slots and PictBridge

Box Contains

1x Epson Expression Photo XP850 Printer
ink cartridges
Setup guide
Software CD
Warranty document
Power cable

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars

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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By art on the moon on 17 Jan 2013
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This printer has a remarkably small footprint, making it suitable for home or small office environment. The photo quality output is excellent. It also has the rare capability to print thicker paper thin card (about 200 gsm max) if you use the single sheet slow manual feeder at the back, but leave room to access it. The automatic sheet copy-feeder on top is a useful addition. However, I advise updating the printer driver during set-up, as earliest manufactured models have a driver bug. The wireless connection seems rather weak. Connection cannot be guaranteed unless your wireless hub is nearby and obstacle-free, and unless you have a higher-speed connection it can take an inordinate amount of time to download larger files for printing. USB connection is far quicker and more reliable. The printed sheet collection tray opens forwards automatically, so make sure there is enough clear space in front of the printer. Oddly, the tray doesn't automatically close again when the printer goes to sleep, which seems an unnecessary design oversight. Instead it has to be pushed it back manually against a somewhat resistant mechanism.
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50 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Letemfly on 17 Nov 2012
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Tried to set up with iMac using wifi and struggled to get full functionality. It would not report supply levels for example. Switching to USB connection was much more straightforward. The biggest problem however was that after setting time and date etc, when turned off and back on it gave a screen saying date & time reset to default. Annoyingly this happened every time and required date and time setting each time! Even using Epson chat support did not solve it and guy said he had not seen this problem before, gave up and told me to go back to Amazon.
I spent most of the day trying to resolve. On mac the loaded software is not so obvious and after reading the full manual (supplied as pdf ) I was alerted to the supplied software and found Download Navigator. On running this it came up with numerous software updates which included a Firmware update. Lo and behold this solved the problem! But how come the Epson guy didn't know this???
Now working correctly I am very, very impressed with this product. It's compact and really neat the way all the features and functions are built into this product. There are two paper trays. I have plain paper in one and 4 x 6 gloss photo paper in the other. It seems to know which to use, sent a photo for printing from iPad and it used the 4 x 6 automatically as this cannot be set from the iPad.
The photo print quality is excellent. There is full range of printing including stiff papers by a third feed point at the back, scanning, copying, fax, 2 sided, multiple page feed. Copy CD artwork, print onto CD,s to create. Connect and print straight from your camera or plug memory cards straight in.
Printing is pretty quick too.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Aud49 on 21 Aug 2013
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Best Epson A4 Pinter at the moment. Pity that the inks are small and do's not last very long. So I got the XL Inks
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By R. J. Bowman on 16 Feb 2014
I've owned an XP-850 for a few months now, and am becoming increasingly frustrated with it.

Let's put the good stuff first - when it's working properly, as a photo printer the results are excellent. And, it scans well enough.

Purchased because my second Canon in ten years had suffered an apparent print head failure and a possible repair bill higher than the cost of replacement so decided to push the boat out because I wanted wired Ethernet connectivity and fancied the ADF to speed up scanning. And a change from Canon.

So, what goes wrong?

A minor frustration with Epson's scanning software which insists on appending a sequence number to filenames. I know what I want to call the file, why does the programmer need to impose their own ideas?

But the bigger issues are with the printing side.

Sometimes there's a stripiness to the print - as if head alignment is required. But then sometimes it's fine - seems that it works best with full/new cartridges.

If I've scanned a document, next print job spews out a blank first page instead of the required print.

Fussy about "compatible" cartridges - putting out little warnings that need a response. Maybe this is the fault of the cartridge makers not doing a complete job of making their cartridges 100% equivalent.

Then prints start to look bad - nozzle check shows colour completely missing. Have to do a head clean - and that seems to involve cleaning all colours (using all inks) rather than just the bad one. Sometimes that fixes it, but not always. Because although the ink levels are showing as "lowish" - what it really needs to make things right is a cartridge change.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By peterat94 on 22 Feb 2013
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A first class product - easy to set up and does everything I and colleagues want as a network printer & scanner and also copier - although I haven't had to set it up for fax yet. Woul recommend it for small office and home.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By P. Cheetham on 22 April 2014
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The quality of this printer is first class. Photos are excellent, text is crisp and clear, and CD's are great.
The scanner is good, and the copy function is useful. With functions such as scan to email etc, it becomes a really useful device, although it is a pity that it needs to connect to the Epson web site in order for some of these functions to work. It would have been much better if you could just give it the address of a mail server.
Where the problems start showing themselves though is with the paper handling. So if you want to print a photo on to heavy photo paper, you open the back and drop a sheet in (fiddly in itself due to the design of the rear paper tray) You then send the job to print, and get a step by step guide on the screen of the printer telling you to open the rear tray, put in paper etc. etc.
It then feeds the paper straight through the printer, so you have to put it in again. A simple sensor to detect paper is present and skip all the unnecessary hand-holding would make a huge difference.
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