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Epson Expression Photo Printer XP-750 with Claria Photo HD Ink - Wi-Fi and Touch Panel

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  • Print, scan and copy
  • Wi-Fi and Ethernet offer flexible connectivity
  • Freedom to print and scan anywhere with Epson Connect
  • Features 8.8 cm touchscreen and motorised trays
  • Compatible with Claria Photo HD individual inks
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Technical Details
Item Weight7 Kg
Product Dimensions34.1 x 39 x 14.1 cm
Item model numberC11CC43301
SeriesExpression Photo XP 750
Screen Size3.5 inches
Wattage20 watts
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 23,631 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight9 Kg
Date First Available27 Sept. 2012


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Product Description

Product Description

Epson Expression Photo XP-750 Printer

The Expression Photo XP-750 all-in-one is ideal for photo enthusiasts who want to print superior-quality photos that can also be shared with the rest of the family. This printer features an 8.8 cm touchscreen, with user-friendly interactive menu, and a motorised control panel and output tray which open automatically before printing.

Easy-to-use SVGA projector with 2,600 lumens for bright projections even in daylight
Epson Expression XP-750 is ideal for printing superior-quality photos.
Claria Photo HD Ink
24 Claria Photo HD Ink

Epson’s 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.

The Expression Photo XP-750 is compatible with 24 and 24XL Claria Photo HD Ink, which is available in black, magenta, yellow, light cyan, light magenta and cyan. The approximate page ink yield* is below:

  • Black -- 240 pages (24), 500 pages (24XL)
  • Yellow, magenta, light magenta, cyan and light cyan -- 360 pages (24), 740 (24XL)

* Approx. page yield based on ISO/IEC 24711/24712 or ISO/IEC 29102/29103. Actual yield will vary depending on images printed and usage conditions.

Rear Speciality Media Feed

Experiment with your creative side and print onto 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 also personalise family films and digital photo albums, by printing directly onto suitable CD and DVDs.

Flexible Connectivity

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.

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Epson Connect -- Prin and Scan Anywhere

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.

Epson iPrint -- Print anytime and anywhere to Epson printers from your Apple iOS2 and Android devices. Print photos, web pages and files including Microsoft Word, Excel and PDF documents. You can even scan, save and share your files.

Epson Email Print -- Simply send an email with an attached document from your smartphone, tablet PC or computer, to the email address of an Epson Email Print-enabled printer, anywhere in the world. Print up to 20 MB-sized documents and store print jobs for up to 72 hours.

Epson Remote Print Driver -- Send documents or images from your printer’s driver to any Epson Connect printer using the driver’s printing options including page layout, number of copies, margin size and much more.

Epson Scan-to-Cloud -- Epson Scan-to-Cloud lets you effortlessly upload scanned files to cloud services, such as Box, Dropbox, Evernote and Google Drive making them automatically available to share, store and access wherever you are.

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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-950 A3 All-In-One Printer with Wi-Fi Direct/Double Sided Printing/Touchscreen
A3 printer    
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 XP-750 Printer
Individual ink cartridges
Set-up guide
Software CD
Warranty document
Power cable

Customer Reviews

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I have always used HP printers in the past and have been very pleased with the photo print quality and the inks.
I wanted a printer that could print good quality photographs which would be colour accurate with a properly callibrated monitor and paper profiles. So far I have not been disappointed. It also prints onto DVD or CD which is great if you are a wedding or portrait photographer and want to deliver images to clients on disk. It will also deal with fairly thick cardstock so would be great for anyone wanting to produce their own greetings cards especially if they are wanting photographic quality. The rear feed makes this possible although it did take me a while to work out how to feed the paper in correctly even when following the instructions- this aspect could have been better designed but does work once you get the hang of it. Also I find the finishing tray a little annoying as it comes out automatically but you have to push it back in. I have had issues with the printer blobbing ink on a T shirt transfer although his seems like it may have been a one off. I am not sure the inks are as colourfast as the HP ones as I made T shirt transfers with my old HP printer very easily and these did not fade or run with washing. The results with this printer have not been quite so good but it may be that it was the transfers themselves and not the printer - I would need to trial it more to be certain. I don't use Epson paper which is not recommended but I am sure that this is a marketing ploy rather than a real reason for not using other specialist papers. Inks are fairly expensive but seem to last a while. Overall I am pretty happy with the printer so far.
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I finally bought an Epson xp-750 after considering a bunch of alternatives and of course the reviews on this site.

I'd like to give the following feedback:

First things first - READ THE MANUAL - many of the complaints I've seen, especially those regarding printing from the rear feed would not have been an issue. As always too many people assume because they have used printers before that they KNOW how things should be,

Noisy - not really, certainly not loud enough to break concentration when printing.

Setting up - simple using direct connection - usb or network, I didn't bother with wireless as it wasn't a need for me.

Remote printing - simple to implement - works great.

Ink usage - first up, I expect printers to use ink - I only use m/facturers own, don't like the prices, but one always has 2 choices.

I was somewhat concerned regarding some of the ink usage claims by certain individuals so I offer the following for what it's worth.

Using the inks which come with the printer so far I have:

Done the initial installation - cycles through the inks to 'load' the system
Installed the h/ware upgrade - some cycling again
Switched the printer on 12 times
5 hi-res 6X4 colour prints
3 hi-res 6x4 b/w prints
25 pages mix colour/text
3 A4 colour prints at best quality
2 A4 colour prints at ordinary quality

the ink levels are now showing on average 20% usage

Normally I use the printer for photo work and having calibrated it to work with p/shop and l/room am very satisfied with the quality of the results.
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I have not been moved to write a serious review before, but the XP-750 has provided me with such an extreme contrast between excellence and frustration that I feel the need to share my experience. Let me start with the good news: I am a serious amateur photographer and I bought this printer to replace an Epson Stylus Photo printer, solely for printing my photographs. Using the original inks and Epson Premium Glossy paper, the print quality of the XP-750 is excellent, by far the best I have seen for a home printer and stunning at the price. It is also very quick with best quality prints, and my initial estimate of cost-per-print is that an A4 size print will come in at at less than 30p.

Now comes the 'but',................

I have been installing printers to computers since the mid-1980s (my first was an Amiga with a dot-matrix device) without any significant problems, but the Epson installation software for this printer is disastrous. I appreciate that this problem might be specific to my hardware setup. I am using Windows Vista on a fairly fast PC and a BT Infinity broadband wifi connection; probably not untypical. I will spare you the detail, but two very lengthy, failed attempts to get the printer talking to the wifi and my PC at the same time (just following the software requestors), both ended in a 'hung' process requiring a complete uninstall and restart. At this point I ditched the supplied software and went for a manual install through Windows, which eventually worked. The reason I have decided to write a review now is that I have just attempted to scan direct from from the printer to my PC, but it refuses to do so and is asking for a USB connection.
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