Epson XP605 AIO Expression Premium Wi-Fi Photo Printer
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- Printer, scanner and copier with large touch pane
- User-friendly Wi-Fi
- Network-ready - Ethernet and Wi-Fi connectivity
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Epson Expression Premium XP-605
Compact and versatile
Claria Premium Ink produces crisp, clear text documents and outstanding, glossy photos with sharp detail, deep blacks and rich, vibrant colours. A perfect balance for the modern home.
Epson Connect *3 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-605 is AirPrint and Google Cloud print ready.
Setting up the XP-605's Wi-Fi connection is easy with its automatic Wi-Fi set-up. The printer automatically finds the relevant connection settings in order to configure itself.
Dual front-loading paper trays allow you to choose between photo and A4 printing. You can also fill both paper trays with photo paper to further increase your photo printing output.
The 6.3cm colour LCD screen with smart-navigation touch-panel highlights relevant buttons, guiding you through the printing process, while the PictBridge and memory card slots offer greater flexibility for PC-free photo printing.
This printer will also print directly onto suitable CDs and DVDs so you can personalise family films and digital photo albums to create the ideal gift.
- Wi-Fi all-in-one: Print, scan, copy
- Ultra compact: 40% smaller than previous models*2
- Epson Connect: Freedom to print and scan anywhere
- Easy operation: 6.3cm smart-navigation LCD screen
- Versatile CD and DVD printing
Epson Expression Premium XP605 AIO WiFi Photo Printer
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A quick search suggested that Epson are quite good with Linux drivers, and following some comments to my original review, I've got this working well with Ubuntu 12.04 and 12.10. See the comments to this review for details on how to do this.
It was initially installed using Windows 7 in a VM. This was all fine until the installer suggested that updated firmware was needed. At this point the whole process locked up, and a lengthy-ish call (10p per minute) to Epson support managed to get things going again. The installation had to be completed manually, and I have no idea if the firmware was actually updated or not. Still, it works, so I've let sleeping dogs lie.
From Windows, the XP-605 works well across wifi, printing at a reasonable pace with good quality prints.
As a bonus, it can scan, and print directly onto CD/DVDs, although this is not something that will get a great deal of use.
Two paper trays - 100 A4 and 20 photo sheets, and double-sided printing complete the feature set.
In comparison to the old printer, it's a big improvement in speed, quality and printing costs.
I am absolutely delighted with it.
My one grumble is the connection to the wireless network and/or airport printing does not work effectively. As I have the printer plugged into the router via a USB printer cable this is not really a problem but I would find it very annoying otherwise - hence the 4-star rather than 5-star marking.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Does get through the ink and always complains about non-Epsom cartridges.Published 2 days ago by john castle
I have had this printer about 2 years. It's fast but clogs a lot. When you "clean the heads" it uses HUGE HUGE amounts of ink which you must then buy. Read morePublished 12 months ago by William Donelson
Not a very good printer. Will not print cards Frequent Paper jammingPublished 12 months ago by Beryl. R. Ladd
I have contacted Epson by phone and through the web. I have never got this printer started up. The language is in French as I pressed the wrong button when it stated what... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Ms G. M. Rae