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Epson - Expression Premium EcoTank ET-7750 Wireless All-in-One Printer - Black

Print high-quality photographs without wasting time or ink on this Epson Expression EcoTank printer. Designed to create 11" x 17" prints in clear colors, this cartridge-free printer features a large easy-to-fill tank that reduces the need for frequent refills. Featuring 3-in-1 function, this Epson Expression EcoTank printer copies, scans and prints all in one spot.

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    • Epson Expression Premium EcoTank ET-7750 Wireless All-in-One Printer
    • Two 512 Black bottles (140 ml)
    • Two 512 Cyan bottles (70 ml)
    • Two 512 Magenta bottles (70 ml)
    • Two 512 Yellow bottles (70 ml)
    • Two 512 photo black bottles (70 ml)
    • Power cord
    • CD-ROM for product setup
    • Owner's manual

    Ratings & Reviews

    Overall Customer Rating:
    99% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (53 out of 54)


    Cartridge-free printing

    Comes with up to 2 years of ink in the box¹.

    Prints up to 13 ISO ppm* in black, up to 10 ISO ppm* in color

    Lets you generate documents quickly.

    Ideal for home or small business use

    Offers excellent print quality for photos and documents and accepts a variety of paper types and sizes.

    Wireless and mobile printing capability

    Connect computers or devices easily with built-in Wi-Fi. Plus, print from your mobile device with Epson's free mobile printing app or Apple® AirPrint.

    Tablet and smartphone printing

    Epson Connect enables simple wireless printing from most smartphones, tablets and more.

    Apple® AirPrint enabled

    Provides Apple iPad® and iPhone® printing.

    Up to 5760 x 1440 dpi (dots per inch) color resolution

    High resolution for producing incredible quality and detail in documents and photos up to 11" x 17".

    Cartridge-free printing with five high-capacity ink tanks

    Icludes enough ink to print documents up to 14,000 pages black/9,000 color.**

    Standard paper handling

    100-sheet input tray capacity.

    2.7" LCD screen

    Preview your images on the screen, and edit them before you print.

    More connectivity options

    Built-in memory card slots and USB ports let you simply plug in your memory cards, USB drives, cameras or other devices and print.

    Apple, the Apple logo, iPod, iPad and Apple AirPrint are trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.

    * Requires a high-speed Internet connection.

    ** Included ink bottle yields based on the ISO/IEC 24712 pattern with Epson's methodology. Included ink bottle photo yields are significantly lower and are based on the ISO/IEC 29103 pattern with Epson's methodology.

    ** Actual ink yields will vary considerably for reasons including images printed, print settings, temperature and humidity. Yields may be lower when printing infrequently or predominantly with one ink color.

    ** All ink colors are used for printing and printer maintenance, and all colors must be available for printing.

    Print speeds vary with use. See manufacturer for the information on print speeds.

    ¹ Based on average monthly print volumes of about 300 pages.

    Customer rating

    Rating 4.7 out of 5 stars with 54 reviews

    would recommend to a friend



    Looks like there aren't enough negative mentions yet.

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Great inkjet printer that reduces consumable costs


      Build quality: Well built Epson quality that most people familiar with their products have come to expect. This strikes me as a “pro-sumer” level printer. Not at their high-end wide format printers, but certainly not at the cheap “giveaway to get them to buy ink” level (see cost analysis). This is probably a good middle ground for many consumers who want a step up from the build quality present in mass-market race-to-the bottom inkjets. Complexity: This is not the simplest printer by any means. If you’re looking for dead-stupid setup, go with a simple B&W laser printer. On the other hand, in return for the complexity here you get a lot of great things.. multiple trays and media support, a duplexer, Wifi+ethernet+USB+SD Card printing, AirPrint, etc. Messyness: As long as you are reasonably careful, you shouldn’t worry too much about the ink bottles. I managed to get only very tiny amounts of ink (little dots) on my hands during filling, and I wasn’t being particularly careful. I would (and did) fill this right over a bright white carpet! Epson has engineered the ink filling to be as mess-free as possible. Cost Analysis : The main selling point here is the reduction of costs so long associated with the lucrative ink monopolies manufacturers have tried to enforce via all manner of microchip and other methods. Epson seems to have turned a corner here, probably driven on by the introduction of color laser jets and 3rd-party ink refillers. These parties have undermined the lucrative “more expensive than blood” ink-based revenue streams printer manufacturers once enjoyed. With this entry and the rest of the eco tank line, Epson is betting that if you feel the ink-refill pain less often, you’ll be more likely to buy Epson Brand ink in bulk, at a lower cost per mL of ~ 18-25 cents (historically 50-70 cents/mL with cartridges). That’s a huge savings for anyone who prints a lot, but the printer is more expensive up front to compensate. The overall idea is to pay high costs front, but print worry-free thereafter, just like a laser printer, although color laser toner and repairs are likely more expensive than the ink at this point. Overall, Epson has brought value back into the inkjet space here, no small feat after lots of buyers had sworn off inkjets for cheap B&W lasers. Pros: ⁃ Duplex printing in an inkjet ! ⁃ Extra ink in the box makes you feel like an ink-millionaire on day one ⁃ Reasonable speed at 13 PPM B&W and 8 PPM color (feels fast for an inkjet ) ⁃ Printing from mobile devices after setup. My iPhone “just worked” from AirPrint after joining wifi. ⁃ A scanner is included, but probably also increases purchase costs. Don’t need one personally, but may be useful for some. Too bad that the ET line doesn’t offer a scanner-free model. ⁃ Direct SD card printing is a plus for some. ⁃ Can print onto CD/DVDs, a nice touch, but I wonder how often it’s used. Quirks and downsides (Cons): ⁃ Print quality isn’t as good as a nice color laser, especially on non-photo paper, but inkjets basically never are. It’s pretty close to some good color lasers, and better than the junk ones you might find at a similar price point. ⁃ A driver on a disc? I’ll download mine thanks… most newer computers don’t have disc drives anyways. Makes the printer or Epson feel a little dated out of the box. I wonder who uses this. ⁃ A bit of a dance and process to get started and fill the ink reservoirs. An infrequent procedure to be sure, so it shouldn’t be viewed that negatively. ⁃ Eventually will need replacement of an ink maintenance box that holds extra waste ink. Another part to replace, but looks to be reasonably cheap and infrequent (~20-25$). ⁃ LCD screen seems unnecessary unless you’re using the SD card directly, which seems like an edge use case for many people. ⁃ Epson Windows software comes with “special offers” you have to manually disable. Even though this is a minor annoyance, I have to say boo to Epson, stop putting adware in your printer software. Overall, this isn’t the best printer i’ve ever used, but for an inkjet it’s pretty impressive. Only a few minor issues and the $650 original price point keep this from being a 5-star review. If you can get this for $500 or less, I’d say it’s a keeper. Note: This is a review for the Epson Expression Premium ET-7750 EcoTank All-in-One Printer that I received free of charge to do a beta test and review.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Nearly the perfect Ecotank model

      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      Having had an ET-3600 Ecotank printer for over a year, I'm sold on the general idea of the Ecotank printers. The amount of bundled ink is huge and if you print a moderate or large amount, the extra upfront cost of the printer is quickly offset by not having to buy ink cartridges. When I had the opportunity to try one of the latest models, I jumped at the chance to see what improvements Epson had made. My initial thought after the first filling of the ET-3600 a year ago was that it was kind of a nerve-wracking process. I was worried about spilling ink or putting the wrong ink in a tank (which would have rendered the printer useless). Epson has actually made some big improvements in this area with the ET-7750. The bottles now have special seals which reduces the worry about dripping, and more importantly, they are specially shaped so that you cannot put the wrong ink in a tank, so the whole process is significantly simpler now. Open a tank, open a bottle, line it up (ink wont come out until it's seated on the tank) and wait for it to drain. I initially missed a step in setup - the entire bottles of ink do not fit in the tanks; after priming the system you are supposed to finish off the bottles to top off the tanks. Overall, setup is not difficult, but it's not a quick process. After filling, it could take 30 minutes or more before you will be able to print anything. It takes several minutes to prime the system with ink and then you have the option to print print quality tests (you can skip them and do them later), and then you can go about setting up your connectivity and the software on your computer, which itself takes quite a bit of time. Once the printer is filled, there is not much "special" about the Ecotank system other than you will not have to buy ink for a long time. The printer cannot physically measure the ink remaining (it can only estimate), so as you use the printer you get lots of warnings to visually check the levels (looking at the little windows on the front of the tanks). This looks like a pretty large printer, because it can print up to 11x17" (technically, 11.7"x44"!), although if you consider the trays and duplexers that stick out of other printers, it’s actually quite compactly designed. It is nice that you can push the output tray in and push the display panel down for a nice clean look when you're not using the printer. The paper tray system on this printer is a big letdown. There is a dedicated photo tray which I appreciate, but it cuts into the height of the main paper tray so that neither holds very much paper. The trays feel a little flimsy and there is no chance of loading paper quickly. I had a paper jam that needed cleared and it was very difficult to fit my hand in there. There is a rear paper feed, but you have to remove the main tray to use it. The rear feed is needed if you want to print 11x17 size - the paper tray only accepts up to legal size (8.5x14). The output tray is not great either, kind of hiding under the control panel. I would have preferred the printer have another inch in height so that the trays could be larger. The tray for printing on (printable) CD/DVDs is normally stowed away under one of the other trays and needs to be inserted in a slot to use it. Some comments on general features: This printer does duplexing (automatic 2-sided printing) although I do not see it mentioned anywhere on Epson's product page. Scanning and copying are limited to 8.5x11”. The top cover is hinged across the middle so that it flexes when you open it and which I really do not like or understand the purpose of, but on the good side, the main hinge for the top cover is designed to accommodate scanning/copying thick materials. One of the things that appears new to the Ecotank line is proper photo printing. The ET-7750 has all the photo-related features you’d expect like a memory card slot, USB media port, dedicated photo tray, borderless printing, and photo black ink. Like all of Epson’s other printers, you have a lot of connectivity options and ways to print from various devices. Setting up the printer for printing on a Windows 10 pc is very easy (you do not need to install the Epson software if you just want to print). The Epson Scan 2 software needed for scanning is the less-capable version (compared to Epson Scan) but it does the job. You can scan directly to memory card, cloud services, or the computer from the control panel, which is pretty handy. Overall: If you can spend the money up front, the Ecotank printers will eventually save you a lot on ink, and the newest models are easier to fill than the previous ones. The ET-7750, while being relatively compact for a wide-format printer, is still large, and if you do not need the wide-format printing you could do just as well with the ET-7700. The major downside I find with this printer is the small, crowded paper trays. But, since the main thing I found lacking in the ET-3600 was lack of true photo printing, the ET-7750 is becoming my main printer. This is a review for the Epson Expression Premium ET-7750 EcoTank All-in-One Printer that I received free of charge to do a beta test and review.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Great for printing documents and photos


      I have to say I am quite impressed with this printer. Upon getting this printer I noticed that It had two handles on the side of the box to help with carrying it around. The printer came out of the box quite easily. I had initially thought it would be bulky but was pleasantly surprised when I pulled it out of the box and it had a sleek design and was not heavy. The printer is black and to me looks modern and sophisticated. I removed all of the blue tape that comes on the printer to prevent it from damaging while inside the box during any type of transport and it was easy to do. Just remember to take your time and look over the printer to ensure you removed everything. The printer comes with 10 ink bottles. I have to say that the new design of the ink bottles blew my mind. I had initially thought the bottles would spill when trying to put the ink in the printer but it did not. Epson did an amazing job with ensuring the bottles are leak proof and only start to drain when placed properly on the corresponding ink tank. When first putting in the ink do not be alarmed that some ink is still left in the bottle. That is normal. When setting up your printer it will prompt you when to add the rest of the ink into the tank. Set up of the printer was quite simple. I actually had my six year old sitting next to me helping me so that tells you it was pretty self explanatory. The printer walks you through what you need to do. When doing the nozzle check and things of that nature it will print out a few pages. It will take you through certain things in order to ensure printing is at its best quality, so save those pages that print because that is what you will use. The only small changes I would make about this printer is that the scanner lid is made to feel more durable. While it may be designed to provide optimal use it does seem like it could be fragile if not handled with care. I also would change the screen to being touch screen instead of pressing arrow buttons. But besides those small things this printer is absolutely amazing. I have printed from both my phone and computer with ease. I have printed documents and photos. I also am into photography and use a dslr camera and have to say the quality of the pictures is phenomenal. Instead of outsourcing my photos I am now able to print at home with the same quality and without worrying if it will change the colors. I would recommend this printer to anyone. Whether it is for school, work, photography etc ... This is a review for the Epson Expression Premium ET-7750 EcoTank All-in-One Printer that I received free of charge to do a beta test and review.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

      Received a dud, cool concept though


      Let me just start off by saying that I'm a computer-literate person. No matter how many times I tried to get this printer to actually print, it NEVER did. I really wanted to enjoy this printer, considering the amount of money I spend on replacing ink cartridges. Let me run through some of my main observations while setting up this printer: - After removing all the wrapping and tape, you fill the ink tanks using the bottles provided. Sounds scary/messy at first, but the bottles are designed to not make a mess, plus they automatically stop filling when you reach the max limit in the tank (so as not to overfill). - Then you plug it in and wait for the ink to "charge"... Kinda weird, but hey it only takes seven minutes, so that's not too bad. - Random observations: the scanner lid has the worst/tiniest/flimsiest hinges of all time. At first, I thought maybe it wasn't connected properly, but no... Turns out it's just one wrong move away from snapping off. Also not a fan of the NON-touchscreen display. Maybe that's just me being spoiled, but it just seems like a bit of a step backwards. Not a deal breaker though. The paper trays are also a bit flimsy, as well. Most printers seem to have that issue, so I guess I'm not too surprised. The weird part is that in order to print, the display needs to be tilted upwards. I guess it's something you'd have to get used to, but it definitely looks strange and I'm not a fan of it. The power cord also falls out of the back of the computer pretty easily. Now for the not-so-fun part. After the ink was all set up and ready to go, time to do some printing! Wrong. I can't tell you how many times I tried to print a SINGLE sheet of paper. Never worked. Turned it off and on, unplugged it and replugged it back in. Still nothing. The issue? No matter how much paper I put into the tray (one sheet, several sheets, a full tray), it always have me an error message saying that it was empty. At one point, I even went into the settings to try and do a little troubleshooting and I got a red screen saying printer error and to shut it off... Well, guess what? The power button did nothing, it was just frozen. I literally had to unplug it to turn it off (photo attached). As I mentioned earlier, I was pretty excited about this printer and I really wanted to like it... But now I feel like I'm at my wit's end with it and I've wasted so much time and energy trying to get it to work. Just seeing this printer makes my blood boil. This is a review for the Epson Expression Premium ET-7750 EcoTank All-in-One Printer that I received free of charge to do a beta test and review.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Amazing Printer


      This is the greatest printer that I have ever owned! I can not believe the picture that it prints out! Setup is simple - get all the annoying tape off of everything, fill it up, and power it up. I've added some photos to show the ink, the nozzles it goes into, and how full they are when you initially fill them up. There's a bit of ink left when you're done in each, and the instructions tell you to wait, you'll need that later. And you do - after charging the printer, getting testing done, the ink levels drop dramatically - another photo I've included when you see all the ink levels dropped some - that's how far it droped filling the lines to the printhead for each color... so the remaining ink then, in each bottle, fills each reservoir up to full again. The process is simple and relatively easy to avoid spilling. Each nozzle has a specific pattern on its collar that won't let you insert it into the wrong color. When you insert it, I just kept a finger on top, and could feel the "glug glug glug" of the air coming in and the bubbles it made as it emptied. Once that stops, you know it's as full as it will get. I didn't spill a drop, but I did get a couple rings on adjacent covers, easy enough to wipe up with a kleenex... Once that was done, the normal alignment tests, and setting up the print to email so you can send something from any device anywhere. I've got them all set up even if I've never actually used it in practice. The option is there at least. Then installing the driver. They actually include a disc, how quaint. Since my laptops and tablets haven't had disc drives for more than a decade, I always go to the site. Even though I have an external disc device if I want, I still prefer to download the current driver since usually what's in the package on disc is outdated by the time you get it. Install went fine, it updated the firmware on the unit, and I ran my test prints. Print quality - pretty good, actually. It's not as good as the color canon laser printer I have, but no inkjet I've ever had has been. This is pretty darn close though. And it's quick as well. Photos turned out about as I expected, on par with any other one I've had. I can't test the large format since I have no 11x17 paper, although I have an HP inkjet that's a wide format one as well. Non touch screen though, so if you're used to touch screen printers, this will not float your boat. It comes with a tank maintenance box - I had to go online to find out what this thing was. Apparently it is where extra ink from cleaning and aligning goes, and the printer will tell you when it needs replacing. And it will duplex so you can print both sides of the paper. Now, why would they make something this pricey, with these features, but then give you a paper cassette that holds almost no paper? They create a printer that you don't have to add ink to for a LONG time, but you'll be feeding it paper all the time. The receiver to hold the papers after it prints doesn't seem like it will work well at all for the larger 11x17 format either. Scanning works about as you'd expect, I had no issues. There is also an OCR option to scan into a searchable PDF format. And they gave two of every bottle. I don't print much at all, even the little generic ink cartridges that came with the Epsons last me a year or so. This clearly is going to be overkill for me, especially as my son does more and more schoolwork on his chromebook and delivers assignments electronically. But the photo options will probably be where i use it the most. And with this much ink, I may have to go on a printing binge some weekend. If the price doesn't scare you off, and you do a lot of printing, this may be an option to consider. The quality and speed are right there with any other printer I've had. The ease of the ink system is just really nice compared to cartridges. And it's nice to visually see how much is there. Don't believe the photo in the marketing materials though - the yellow ink isn't yellow, looks more redish. You can't really tell the color of ANY of them by looking at what's left in the tank, as you can see from my photos. But it's a solid unit, does everything well, and comes with an insane amount of ink. “This is a review for the Epson Expression Premium ET-7750 EcoTank All-in-One Printer that I received free of charge to do a beta test and review.”

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      It Really is a Wonderful Printer

      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      ​This is my review for the Epson Expression Premium ET-7750 EcoTank All-in-One Printer. My biggest frustration with color printers are the ink cartridges. They are normally expensive, hard to find, and do not last very long. I have been the owner and user of multiple printers from multiple brands. Not many have impressed me. Some have disappointed me. A few have completely frustrated me. I have found it difficult to find a reliable printer that is easy to use, quick to recognize and install on multiple devices, and remain virtually maintenance free. This is one of those printers. Out of the Box The printer is packed tight and taped for maximum protection. As a result, I felt good about the condition of the product as I unpacked it. No issues getting it out of the box. Setup Preparing the printer for first time operation is easy and straightforward. It does require some extra time but not excessive. The Start Here Instructions are well written with plenty of illustrations to make the process easy to follow. Ink Fill The ink bottles are designed well for ease and to minimize mess. The ink fill procedure requires patience and careful attention but is not difficult. It is outlined step-by-step in the Start Here Instructions. Configuration Loading paper and final physical setup is easy. The LCD screen is bright and easy to read. Software configuration is one of the easiest on the market. You can download it from the internet or install from CD. You don't even have to install the software. If your PC runs Windows 10 or even Windows 8, the printer will be automatically found and configured as long as you have an internet connection. I even tried this on Windows 7 without issue. The same can be said for mobile devices such as iPhones and Androids. Easy and fast. Paper Loading Three ways to load paper with two cassettes and one rear load. The rear load feature is really nice for printing envelopes and other specialty type needs. Printing I have found the print quality for documents and graphics to be outstanding. Not quite on the level of a laser printer but pretty darn close. Print quality for photographs is exceptional and better than most printers within this class/cost range. The speed is acceptable. The ability to print 11" x 17" is a nice bonus. Scanning Scan quality is excellent with above average speed. Aesthetics and Build The look of this printer is pleasing to the eye. It is sleek and professional. It is well built and solid. Overall I have found this printer to be a quality product that is versatile in features and practical in design. I am able to produce professional documents and pictures with this printer without issue. It is worry free and reliable. The ink capacity and duration is remarkable. Having the ability to physically know with a glance the ink levels remaining is a great feature. I highly recommend this printer. It will not disappoint you. I am pleased to own it and use it on a regular daily basis. This is a review for the Epson Expression Premium ET-7750 EcoTank All-in-One Printer that I received free of charge to do a beta test and review.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Great Easy to Use innovative printer

      • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

      So far, the printer is great. Setup was extremely easy. The wizards walked through filling the ink tanks and setting it up on the Wi-Fi was super simple. The Eco tank is an interesting new addition. When you run out of ink, you can simply buy new bottles of ink and fill up the tanks again. The printer is rated for 9000 color or 14000 black and white prints. Filling up the tanks is super easy and the cost of replacements is cheaper than cartridges. I do like the individual tanks so you can just refill individual colors depending on your own printing habits. You can find some of the official refills here. Even after refilling the tanks to full, there was still some ink left over in the bottle. So you can definitely refill the tanks completely with a single set of refills. This printer also has scanning capabilities that I thought were super easy to use. Using the LCD screen on the printer, you can select nearby computers that are on the network (It found my Windows 10 Laptop without me having to load any drivers or anything on it) and scan directly to it. Windows just popped up the image once the scan was complete. It was surprisingly easy. Speaking of surprisingly easy, this printer also supports direct printing from my IOS devices. Literally just pick a photo or document, choose print and select the auto discovered printer. It seriously could not have been easier. Print quality was great. No complaints there at all. Bottom Line, it’s a solid printer with a TON of options and hopefully a cheap easy Ink refilling process. So many printers are inexpensive and then a few months in and you get hit with a massive cartridge replacement bill. Or you have to do some hack-y modifications to cheaper knock off cartridges to get them to work. I have high hopes for this Eco Tank. The printer is a great little addition to my home office. This is a review for the Epson Expression Premium ET-7750 EcoTank All-in-One Printer that I received free of charge to do a beta test and review.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Great all in one compact printer! ECO-TANK!

      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      The Epson ET-7750 is a great compact printer. My previous printer was an Epson Workforce 3640. I love the versatility of the 3640 but the ink became an expensive “habit” for me. I am a full-time student and I work full time. Between work and my PhD, I print between 400-600 pages a week. I felt like I needed something with a better “cost-per page”. I was lucky enough to try the Epson-ET-7750. I am a huge fan of the eco-tank system. I have yet to run out of ink with what was given in the box. Not only does Epson provide enough ink for the first fill, they provide you with an entire second fil as well. That means that they supply 10 ink bottles in the box!! This is the best feature that I could look for. Out of the box the printer feels sturdy and well built. The display/control board can be flush with the printer for a seamless look while not in use or pulled out for ease of viewing and printing. The printer is SUPER easy to fill the ink tanks as well. Set up only took a few minutes, including registration and connecting to epsonconnect and google cloud. I have loved these features for a while with my old Epson. I am a little nervous of the scanner lid, it seems a bit flimsy which I am assuming is to accommodate books and larger items for scanning. I haven’t had the printer long enough to notice if it will become a problem, but I have noticed that I take extra care when raising the lid (this is the only part that I feel is not as sturdy). As for printing, scanning, etc.: this printer has all the options. I am in love with the cd printing option. This printer has a pull-out tray where you can print CD labels on the CD. This would have been useful 10 years ago when I was touring in a band! Just a small feature that I am in love with. The printer has two paper trays, however, only one of them seems to fit the standard paper size. The tray 1 will only fit photo and card sized paper (convenient but I wish it could hold standard letter sizes as well (which the 3640 was able to do – though not a compact printer). The tray that holds a standard letter size (tray 2) is a bit small with a capacity of 100 pages. With the amount that I print I do wish that the tray was able to accommodate a bit more paper (printing 250 pages straight and having to load a few times is a bit inconvenient … however, I know I am the exception to the rule on what a standard person prints). The printer has all the features that I am used to, including the necessary double-sided printing. I do wish it could print a bit faster but then again it prints at a good pace for a non-laser printer. The quality is exactly what I would hope for with an Epson. The text is complete, dark, and even while the pictures print vivid, brilliant, and gapless. I am excited to use this printer for a while. The only other thing that I wish this printer did was multi-page scanning with an auto-document feeder. This was a feature I used all the time (and still will) with my 3640. I understand that this is a compact printer, but it is a function that I use quite often. Overall, I am very impressed with this printer. The key selling point is the overall functionality and the eco-tank. This idea is genius. For a compact printer/scanner/copier, it is a great machine. Let’s not forget how great Epson connect is! This program has saved me numerous times! Very satisfied! This is a review for the Epson Expression Premium ET-7750 EcoTank All-in-One Printer that I received free of charge to do a beta test and review.

      I would recommend this to a friend

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