Epson Artisan 800
Released August, 2008
The Pros:Includes faxing. Fast print time.
The Cons:Pricey. Bulky. Extremely buggy software constantly disrupts work flow.
The Epson Artisan 800, part of the Artisan line, is considered an all-in-one printer that is very similar to the Epson Artisan 700. The primary difference is that whereas the 700 only features copying, scanning, and printing, the 800 has the capability to fax documents as well.
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It also includes Wi-Fi and Ethernet connectivity, 6-color ink, a 3.5” LCD screen for previewing images, an 7.8” inch touch panel, and a maximum resolution of 4800 dpi. The Epson Artisan 800 also uses Claria Dye Hi-Definition Ink, cited by Epson as being of ‘archival quality’ and being able to last 200 years of album storage. Furthermore, it can print 38 regular pages per minute, one 4” x 6” photo in 10 seconds, and an 8” x 10” photo in 50 seconds.
- Copying, Scanning, Faxing, and Printing
- Two-sided printing
- Auto Photo Correction
- Up to 38 ppm
- Prints photos as fast as 10 seconds
- 4800 dpi
- MicroPiezo print head
- Ultra Hi-Definition Claria ink
User Reviews (2)
Extremely buggy software constantly disrupts work flow
flimsy plastic output tray
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