Epson - Expression Premium XP-830 All-In-One Wireless Printer - Black

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Epson Expression Premium XP-830 All-In-One Printer: This multifunction printer offers fax capability and high-quality printing, scanning and copying for vivid, colorful images and crisp, clear text. The mobile app and built-in Wi-Fi enable wireless printing.

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    What's Included

    • 5 Claria Premium ink cartridges
    • Expression Premium XP-830 All-In-One Wireless Printer
    • Owner's manual
    • Power cord
    • Software CD

    Ratings & Reviews

    Overall Customer Rating:
    93% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (2046 out of 2215)

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    Easy Replenish

    With a printer set up for Easy Replenish, you'll automatically receive shipments of the ink you need. The printer monitors its own ink levels, so you'll only receive ink when you need it.

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    Inkjet printers are best for home or small business use

    They offer excellent print quality for photos and documents and accept a variety of paper types and sizes.

    Wireless and mobile printing capability

    Connect this printer to your home or office network with built-in Ethernet or wireless LAN. Plus, print from your mobile device with the free Epson iPrint app or Apple® AirPrint.

    Tablet and smartphone printing

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

    Apple AirPrint enabled

    For Apple iPad® and iPhone® printing.

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

    High resolution for producing incredible quality and detail in documents and photos.

    5 individual ink tanks are economical

    Only replace the ink tank you need when a color runs out. Cyan, yellow, magenta and photo black inks produce vivid detail in photos, and standard black ink creates crisp text.

    Standard paper handling

    100-sheet input and 30-sheet output capacity.

    4.3" LCD screen

    Large touch screen allows you to preview photos, edit and restore images and remove red eye before printing.

    More connectivity options

    Supports high-speed USB as well as SD, SDHC and SDXC memory card formats, so you can easily plug in a flash drive or memory card and print. PictBridge port enables simple camera connection.

    Built-in duplex printing

    Print on both sides of the page for efficient operation and environmental conservation.

    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.

    Print speeds vary with use. See manufacturer for info on print speeds.

    Customer rating

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    Expert rating




    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      I shouldn't have doubted Epson - great machine!

      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

      So, I traded in an old Epson Artisan 810 printer two nights ago on a trade in deal to get 15% off of any HP inkjet printer. This deal continues into next month, by the way. However, I went home with an HP Envy 7640 and was severely disappointed with the production speed regarding printing and scanning, as well as the poor photo quality. While I tried to decide whether or not to take it back, or to settle, I decided to stop by Best Buy on my way home from work last night and purchase an Epson Expression Premium XP-830 on sale for $129.99 so that I could compare the two side by side. This printer is like the more modern, smaller brother to my old Artisan 810, only with a few design improvements, and I feel that it greatly outperforms the HP Envy 7640 where it counts. I ended up taking the HP printer back tonight. For one thing the paper trays are no longer connected together, which ended up being part of the downfall of my Artisan, because it caused paper jam errors a lot as of recent days. Now the photo paper tray has been separated completely and sits just above the regular paper tray. The paper tray can be extended to allow legal paper to be loaded to print on, as well as a few other odd sizes, and of course letter size. The photo tray guides easily slide left and right to hold either 4x6 or 5x7 photo paper. There is a CD tray that is stored under the regular paper tray on the bottom of the machine. It slides out in front and can be inserted over the paper catching tray to print photos or titles on printable CDs and DVDs. There is included software for this, although very basic. There is a USB slot and an SD card slot on the front of the printer to import photos for printing without the use of a computer. The printer has Wi-Fi and AirPlay capability. It has the capability to scan two sided documents automatically in the document feeder. You don't have to reposition the documents into the feeder after the first side scans - it really automatically scans both sides. The lid to the document feeder closes which keeps dust to a minimum inside the scanning area. The top raises up to reveal the flatbed scanner. There is a door on the back of the machine for the insertion of paper in the back and that door has built in guides for envelopes to be printed easily. When you turn on the machine and touch the touch screen, the front console tilts up toward you. The touchscreen works very well and is nice and bright. You can print greeting cards, calendars, personal stationary, lined paper, and photos directly from the printer without a computer. You can use photos directly from a USB thumb drive that you plug into the printer. Regular printed document quality is very good and the photo quality is superb on this printer. Altogether, ink costs through best buy with a Mybestbuy membership (at 15% off ink price) should total about $53 for a full set of 4 color photo cartridges (Magenta, Cyan, Yellow, Photo Black) and 1 dedicated Black cartridge just for text. (410 is the Epson Ink that is used) If it works the same way as my Artisan 810 did, you have to replace a cartridge when one runs out in order to continue printing. However, my Artisan actually began mixing colors when black ran out to compensate. Not sure if this works that way or not, but probably not since there is a much bigger (than the photo ink cartridges) dedicated black ink cartridge for text. The Epson software leaves a little bit to be desired but it is functional and not really difficult to use. The minus to the software was that it took the disc a LONG time to install on my 64-bit Windows 7 PC. I would estimate the install to be 30-45 minutes before I actually had to start doing some things to setup my preferences. The Wi-Fi connected to my home network automatically through the software setup which was a plus. I operate my network using an ASUS RT-AC87R Dual Band 4x4 Wireless-AC 2400 Gigabit Router, which has both 2.5 and 5.0 bands. The printer connected quickly and easily with no problems. The printer takes up a small footprint on the desk, which was a feature we were looking for. The only cords coming from it are the wall plug and the fax telephone line. Fax was easy to set up. Color scan reproduction looks great and the AirPrint functionality worked flawlessly. One function that I haven't tested out yet is the print to cloud feature. Although I have tested the email to printer function which also worked flawlessly. I took a photo with my iPhone and then emailed it to an address that we set up for our printer and it printed the email message as well as a 4x6 photo just seconds after sending the email. I tried it again this afternoon (forgetting that my printer was turned off last night) and nothing printed. But, after I got home and turned the printer on, a couple of minutes later it printed. You can set a list of approved senders and give your relatives and friends access if you like. It is a cool feature to have. There is no NFC touch to print function but I can live without that. It is supposed to be able to scan a photo and post to Facebook, but I haven't figured out if it really has that ability and how that works. Overall I am very happy and impressed with this small-in-one machine. I would definitely recommend this printer to anyone who likes great looking photos and needs an all in one machine. Normally the printer costs $200, but definitely worth it. Even better if you can come across a sale. And my experience with Epson's customer service has been great in the past. My limited speed test results were: 2 sided B&W 200dpi scan took about 20 seconds 2 sided color 300dpi scan took about 45 seconds 1 sided B&W 300/200dpi scans took about 8 seconds 1 sided color 300dpi scan took about 20 seconds On first use the flatbed scanner took a few seconds to warm up (between 5 and 10) - after that flatbed scanning seemed to start immediately Cons: Slightly lighter weight plastic, seems like somewhat of a weaker build than HP, Epson software leaves something to be desired as far as extra functions. Pros: Full featured, Touch screen, WiFi, AirPlay, print without a computer, separate paper and photo trays with an envelope/paper door on back, GREAT photo quality, dedicated larger black ink cartridge for text (about twice the size of the photo ink cartridges and only costs $12.99 plus tax to replace - $11 plus tax with a MyBestbuy rewards account), Photo black ink cartridge with 3 other colors for photos resulting in richer photos (these are about $40 plus tax with MyBestBuy rewards - $49 normal price), faster printing and scanning times, loadable automatic document feeder for scanning, closeable lid on document feeder to minimize dust build up inside unit, added flatbed scanner, autoduplexer for 2 sided printing of documents, ability to print directly on printable CDs with added tray, ink isn't too expensive, good customer service from Epson.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

      An OK but not great printer.

      • Top 500 ContributorTop 500 Contributor

      I had an HP Photosmart print head go bad. They wanted $90 for a replacement. I hestitated to spend that kind of money to fix a 2 year old printer. I saw this printer on sale for $99.99 and bought it online. It's no where near as good of a printer as my HP Photosmart. Even though I bought this at $99.99 instead of the normal $199.99 I'm still not real happy with it and wouldn't recommend it very highly. 1st, it sucks up ink at an unbelievable rate. I've printed about 200 pages and it's already on its 3rd set of cartridges! Even if you set this printer up to print in only greyscale or just B&W it continues to use ink from all 5 cartridges at an alarming rate. The standard cartridges were yielding less than 100 pages of print at standard quality. I did one set of color photos on a new set of cartridges and they were empty after only 27 photos (5 X 7 inch paper) were printed. At about $60 to replace all 5 cartridges that's a rediculously poor yield. Also the cartridges are difficult to find in most of the stores I tried. Seems they are a new item. Also the photo quality is only fair and the text quality is somewhat subpar. Also the menus are not at all intuitive. And one of the biggest setbacks for me is that this printer won't communicate on the 5ghz WiFi band. You can only use this wireless if you stick with the heavily overloaded 2.4ghz. My whole network needs to use 5ghz as I live in an apartment complex and there are over 100 WiFi modems competing for access to those 11 2.4ghz channels. 5 ghz has hundreds of channels and few competing for them. I am very disappointed this wireless printer won't support a standard 5ghz wireless setup. Next the darn output tray is driving me crazy. It normally sets inside the printer behind the display panel. When printing starts, it pushes up the display panel and pops out the front of the printer. It can't close as long as any paper is still in the tray. But with it popped out, you can't see or use the display panel. I find myself regularly having to hit the tray close button to get the tray back in the printer and so I can view the display. Also the 8.5 X 11 tray is considered a 2nd tray and it defaults to picking the photo tray to print everything. You have to be careful to specify input tray 2 or you'll be wasting photo papers a lot. The memory cards contents can not be viewed from the computer, only from the printer and only if it matches a photo name. With my old printer memory, I could use the printer memory slot from the computer. This printer doesn't show you the contents of the memory card on your computer. Also I was assigned an Epson Connect printer email address to send emails to be printed. I haven't got it to work even once. Messages sent to this email address given just bounce back to me undelivered and not printed. I've tried to get Epson technical assistance by phone but keep getting unknowledgable reps with such heavy India accents that we can barely even communicate. As far as the print speed it's good as long as you keep it in standard quality. The scanner works well although the software provided seems to be limited to only simple settings. It does also print from my phone to the printer but almost every document sent this way loses its format and ends up looking unlike it was intended. In summation, this printer is OK for the casual user and is a good buy at the $99.99 sale price. It's definately not worth the full $199.99 price! I wish I would have spent the money to fix the print head in the HP instead of buying this one. I do not recommend it at all. I'm probably going to spend the money to fix the HP after all and give this printer to someone I know.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Fantastic Printer

      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      I've had this printer since 12/2016 and it's been a fantastic printer/scanner/copier the entire time. I'm self employed and a father of 2 so I use all the features quite a bit. From work to school projects I've printed 1000's of pages and the scanner is in constant use. The pages have always printed without streaks, blotches or missing detail and the scanner gets perfect pictures of whatever I want. It does 2 sided prints, copies or scans and top loader is great for scanning or copying multiple pages at one go. The built in photo paper tray has been great as well, making printing photos a breeze since 90% of the pictures I print are 4x6. I haven't printed on any cd's but it can. One of the best things is that it's wireless and can be printed from my home pc, laptop, my kids laptops or even our phones (that's cool). There are so many awesome things about this printer that I can't believe how cheap it was when I bought it. The only con I have which seems to be with every Epson printer I've used that uses multiple ink cartridges is that when one is out you can no longer print without replacing it. It's been mentioned before in other reviews but I'm honestly confused at why I can't print using just my black cartridge if I still have plenty of ink in it. I always have extra cartridges because I've gotten used to it but I shouldn't have to worry about it and it could seriously dampen someones day if they can't print something without having to run to the store to buy ink. For this inconvenience and seemly strange feature I've lowered the score to 4 stars, if you could still print with just the black ink it would have received 5. I love this printer and highly recommend it even with that ink cartridge flaw but I will be upgrading to the ecotank models once they have a model that matches this one. Right now they don't have one with same features such as the Expression with a top loader, the awesome 4.3" LCD touch screen (ecotanks have a 2.3") and that can print quite as nicely (5760x1440 compared to 4800x1200 resolution of the ecotank). I'll finally upgrade when they do, until then I'll be loving my 830!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

      worst printer ever

      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      " this printer(epson xp-830) is the worst i have ever had. i replaced all the ink cartridges 2 weeks after i got the printer - thinking ok the cartridges that came with it probably were not very full. i printed 23 pages & again had to replace both black cartridges. the paper jams in the printer 2-3 times a day - i have to hold the printer up with one hand & try to pull out the jammed paper with the other hand - not easy!! my old top loading printer was easier than this bottom loading - just in case of a jam. so i called epson - got a very rude person but he said he would send me a black cartridge. i also asked him about my paper jamming daily event & the scanner which does not work properly either. he said wait until you see how the new cartridge works. what does the printing with the new cartridges have to do with the paper jamming & the scanner not working - can we go over those problems now - no, call back when you see how the new cartridge is working. well now my new red cartridge is empty after printing only 1 color page & about 20 black & white pages. i think it would be cheaper to toss this printer & buy a canon than to keep buying ink for this epson which comes to about $83 including the tax for the 5 cartridges. also the printer does not work that well - doesn't print the top or bottom lines of the pages & prints very light - especially the color. it does not have much adjustment to remedy these problems. i went in to by a canon, but the salesman recommended this epson. however his was 5 years old, & they must have gone downhill since then. and i still have the paper jamming problem & i can't scan photos. i certainly am not happy with this piece of junk!!! "

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

      Annoying and a poor choice if you want quality


      I have owned or used dozens of printers since the 1980's and this is by far the worst. Only the price recommends it. This is nowhere near the machine of other Epsons I have owned or used. To start, the printer feels flimsy and delicate overall. There are constant connection issues if the printer is turned off and then restarted for a print job. The on/off switch is on a pop-up panel instead of the main body where it should be. If the print tray extension is blocked by something on your desk, the panel tells you to pull it out by hand. Don't! if you do, it will never retract automatically again. All that is is just minor compared to the printing experience. The software does not like MS Word (2010) or Adobe Reader X or XI. On draft black and white setting, overall quality is very poor, but it is a draft. On standard black and white, printing is uneven. Certain letters, such a "g" are printed much heavier than others. The bigger problem is that random words and lines appearing to be italicized even though they are not. A document printed using standard generally is not of sufficient quality for a business setting. To print a black and white document of acceptable quality, I needed to print in color at the high quality setting. Doing so consumes a tremendous amount of ink. While the box the printer comes in claims 530 pages with the black XL, cartridge, I got less than 100 single-sided pages of text with no photos or graphics. Epson was really good when i complained and offered to replace the printer. I did and experienced all the same problems on the replacement machine. The other annoyance is the constant firmware updates and that it continues to want me to update fax features. I do not use fax from the printer and did not install it during set-up. On the positive side, the scanning features work well. In summary, stay away from this machine. Buy another epson or anything else.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      Great pictures, scans slow

      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

      I have now had this printer for a few months. Overall I like it. It has a smaller footprint than my printer I replaced which was one reason for buying it. Pros- Picture quality: great so far so that is a huge plus. I do not print a lot of pictures right now but I am planning on it so quality was important. Double sided printing: I have not had an issue with double sided printing. It works great Ink use: I have seen other reviews that says ink usage is horrible but that has not been my experience. The starter cartridges lasted me a couple of months and I printed pictures and documents. I make my own planner pages so I print with all the inks. Paper capacity- I find the paper capacity fine for this printer. I do not need to feed half a ream of paper in the tray at once so it works for me. ADF: Since I scan multi-page documents the ADF was a must for me and this one works well. I like that it folds down when not in use. Cons- WIFI: I had the hardest time trying to get Wifi to work right on this printer. I am pretty tech savvy and always set up my own equipment. I know what to look for, I know what settings to mess with and this thing just kept giving me error messages and not able to connect. I finally gave up and have it hooked up to the internet with a data cable and via usb to my computer. I hate that part but for now it works. Scanning: I scan a lot of documents and that is where my big problem is. I have continually tried all sorts of settings to get it to scan quickly and have found it is near impossible. If I scan directly from the printer menu then it is pretty quick, but if I use the Epson program on my computer it is very slow. I'm talking it took me 5 minutes to scan 9 pages, one side only. I am still searching for an answer to this problem as I need faster scanning. Neutral: Slide out paper tray: I am a little iffy on this auto tray as I am worried about what happens if it stops working. Time will tell on this though. Rear feed tray: I have not used this function yet I still have not used all the functions so I may change my mind but unless I can get faster scanning I can't give more than a 3. I actually would give 3.5.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      Great Pictures and Documents

      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      I gave it 3 stars because the scanning is driving me crazy. The only thing I'm not happy with so far is I can not scan from flatbed at the printer using the touch screen or use the ADF. Scanning will not work unless I go to my mac and scan from there. I have no idea why. It prints and copies very well and pictures look great and professional. I used 8x10 and 4x6 and they look as good as sending them out to walgreens, cvs, etc. I'm going to try before I call for help with the scanning and ADF again. It did work before and now it won't. It prints from anywhere and the document text and pictures are crisp and clear. Colors are vibrant. Everyone seems to complain about the ink, but I have to say it printed many documents because of a problem with format, turns out I had to use Microsoft Word for this project I had and I had to turn off ad blocker too. All those printed sheets, quite a few printed pictures and the ink barely moved. So it doesn't seem like an ink hog to me. I'm still using the ink that came with the printer. You do need a good router and wifi to use this and that works flawlessly. It will print anything from devices to printer. Yet If I get the scanning to work pressing the screen and the ADF again, Not that I don't need to exercise but walking back and forth to change what I need to scan is quite annoying. I will give it a 5 stars when I get this working again. I will hate if I have to return this.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      A Good All-in-One Printer

      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      Bought this all-in-one after talking with Epson and HP Reps at Best Buy. They were informative and helpful. The HP unit uses a single ink cartridge for 3 different color inks and the Epson uses 5 different ink cartridges, which was a factor in this purchase. I prefer to change individual ink cartridges when they run out. I formerly had a Canon all-in-one that needed to be replaced after many years of service due to a print head problem. The print quality appears acceptable but I have only printed a few photos so far. The Canon interface for the scanner seems a little more user friendly but, I will be able to get used to the Epson software. I do appreciate the 1200 dpi resolution capability of this scanner. I do not use the faxing function. The setup for our Macs was pretty simple. One is connected with a USB cable and the other is connected through the WiFi network and both print pretty quickly. Using the touch screen on the printer is pretty handy. Note there are 2 paper trays that can hold different size paper. I do have to note that the trays would not be able to handle much more than about a stack of paper about a quarter of an inch. There is an iPhone app which allows some communication and controls of the unit. I like the ability to check ink levels from my phone. I haven’t tried to do remote printing which is one of this unit’s many capabilities. This item was on sale so it is a good value and it was one of the top rated all-in-one printers on Consumer Reports.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    What experts are saying

    Rating: 3.8 out of 5 stars with 5 reviews

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    The analysis of all aggregated expert reviews shows that the reviewers are positive about print quality, usability, noise and design. Editors are less positive about connectivity and durability. Using an algorithm based on product age, reviewers ratings history, popularity, product category expertise and other factors, this product gets an alaTest Expert Rating of 93/100 = Excellent quality.
    • Top Ten ReviewsRating, 4 out of 5TopTenReviews on August 7, 2017
      Epson Expression Premium XP-830 Small-in-One Review
      The Epson Expression Premium XP-830 Small-in-One offers the best photo printing from a wireless all-in-one printer in our review. It comes up short in other areas, missing broad support for mobile devices and offering only average documentFull Review
    • Trusted Reviews (UK)Rating, 4 out of 5Simon Williams on July 31, 2016
      Epson Expression Premium XP-830
      Epson's Expression Premium XP-830 sits at the top of the company's range of home printers. With a duplex mode and scanner, as well as the capability to print with commendable quality on a variety of mediums, it's a great-value all-rounder.Full Review
    • 19, 2016
      Epson Expression Premium XP-830 review
      The Epson Expression Premium XP-830 is a top-of-the-range all-in-one printer. As you'd expect, it's packed with features for printing wirelessly from a host of devices, and print speeds are good. But how does this all-in-one measure up for printFull Review
    • Computer ShopperWilliam Harrel on December 4, 2015
      Epson Expression Premium XP-830 Small-in-One Review and Ratings
      Like its predecessors, this five-ink, photo-centric all-in-one prints quickly, churning out great-looking photos and documents. Only big quibble? The ink's too pricey.Full Review
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