Epson Expression XP-600 Wireless Small-in-One Color Inkjet Printer, Copier, Scanner, 2-Sided Duplex. Prints from Tablet/Smartphone. AirPrint Compatible (C11CC47201)

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Epson Expression XP-600 Wireless Small-in-One Color Inkjet Printer, Copier, Scanner, 2-Sided Duplex. Prints from Tablet/Smartphone. AirPrint Compatible (C11CC47201)

Epson Expression XP-600 Wireless Small-in-One Color Inkjet Printer, Copier, Scanner, 2-Sided Duplex. Prints from Tablet/Smartphone. AirPrint Compatible (C11CC47201)

  • Superior photo quality and sharp text
  • Auto 2-sided print, copy and scan
  • Intuitive 2.5″ touchscreen with gesture navigation
  • EPSON Connect – convenient mobile printing

Print, Copy, Scan, Photo, Wi-Fi. Designed for excellence.Superior performance from a Small-in-One that delivers stunning photos, sharp text, auto 2-sided printing, a 2.5″ LCD plus touch panel and EPSON Connect for convenient mobile printing.

List Price: $ 149.99

Price: $ 95.95

Canon PIXMA MX452 Wireless Color Photo Printer with Scanner, Copier and Fax

Canon PIXMA MX452 Wireless Color Photo Printer with Scanner, Copier and Fax

  • Print and scan wirelessly right from your iOS, Android or Windows RT device with Mobile Device Printing
  • Print features include Auto Document Feeder, Auto Photo Fix II, Auto Sheet Feeder, Borderless Printing, Document Printing, Full HD Movie Print, Photo Printing, Template Print and Wireless Printing
  • Copy features include Auto Document Fix, Copy, Borderless, Copy, Gutter Shadow Correction, Image Repeat, Intensity, Multiple Copy (1-99 pages), Preset Copy Ratios, Sort (ADF) and Zoom
  • Scan features include Auto Scan Mode, Network Scan, Push Scan, Scan to Memory (USB) and Wireless Scanning
  • Fax features include Answering Machine Connectivity, Caller Rejection, Check RX Fax Info., Fax Reception Reject, Fax Number Re-Entry, F/T Changing (manual), Group Dialing, Memory Transmission, Redial and Remote Reception

The Canon PIXMA MX452 Energy Star Wireless Inkjet Office All-in-One Printer delivers superior quality, versatility and ease to your home office. This begins with built-in Wi-Fi for printing and scanning anywhere in your home from computers and compatible mobile devices. It also includes AirPrint, which lets you wirelessly print from your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch devices. An integrated 30-sheet Auto Document Feeder speeds up copying and faxing capabilities, while the FastFront system makes changing ink and paper easy and convenient. With Easy WebPrint EX you can easily collect and combine, multiple web pages to create and print your own layout.

List Price: $ 99.99

Price: $ 53.10

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6 thoughts on “Epson Expression XP-600 Wireless Small-in-One Color Inkjet Printer, Copier, Scanner, 2-Sided Duplex. Prints from Tablet/Smartphone. AirPrint Compatible (C11CC47201)

  1. 178 of 179 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    First impression, November 7, 2012
    By 
    M. R. Reynolds (Tulsa, OK United States) –
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    This review is from: Epson Expression XP-600 Wireless Small-in-One Color Inkjet Printer, Copier, Scanner, 2-Sided Duplex. Prints from Tablet/Smartphone. AirPrint Compatible (C11CC47201) (Office Product)

    Likes: The colors and type print perfectly. Setup instructions were well written but could have included more setup and function tests like wifi setup and scanner testing. The regular black ink cartridge is a double wide. The printer is fairly compact and I found it to be currently discounted at one but not both of our local big box office supply stores. Maybe it’s a Black Friday deal.

    Concerns: I would be a little concerned in using card or label stock in this printer as the heavy paper has to do a 180 in order to print.

    Just follow the “Start Here” brochure EXACTLY and the setup should go perfectly. It takes a little time to complete the setup so be very patient. I used my old HP power cord and USB cable. During the setup procedure you can make a test print. My test print came out perfectly. I then made a copy of the test print on the scanner and it made a perfect color match. After that was completed I set up my WiFi connection using the printer panel. Then I sent a photo from my iPhone 5 to the XP-600 which resulted in an ugly print on one of the two 4×6 sample sheets that came with the printer. Now what? Based on a guess I turned the remaining photo paper over with the good side down and did another iPhone to XP-600 print. This time the printer made a perfect photo print. You can also make perfect and fast 4×6 photo copies on photo paper of 4×6 original photos.

    If you forget to pull the printed paper catcher tray out when you print the printer will stop and complain. When loading the regular paper tray please pay attention to the white triangle alignment mark on the front of the paper tray.

    Summary: This is a whole lot of printer for not that much money and the price has been dropping lately. The software doesn’t talk at you like Lexmark but I don’t expect it to spill black inkjet ink all over my carpet like my late not so great HP printer. The big difference between the XP-400 and the XP-600 is the XP-600 is a faster printer with more resolution and has a bigger black ink cartridge. It also has an extra black cartridge for photos.

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  2. 129 of 135 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Wonderful Printer, November 17, 2012
    By 
    OregonPeaches (Portland, OR) –

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    This review is from: Epson Expression XP-600 Wireless Small-in-One Color Inkjet Printer, Copier, Scanner, 2-Sided Duplex. Prints from Tablet/Smartphone. AirPrint Compatible (C11CC47201) (Office Product)

    I write this only having used the printer for 2 days, but it’s so different from the other printers I’ve purchased, I’m compelled to share my experience. Connected set-up was a cinch. Haven’t set up wi-fi yet but it would appear to be fairly straight-forward. First I need to share that I’m partial to Epson after having used HP, Lexmark, and Canon printers; largely because of Epson ink, which I still think has no equal. Then 3 years ago, my slow but wonderful Epson Stylus 3 in 1 stopping working (though after replacing it I discovered I just had a bad cable; it still works very well, but is very large and unwieldy). It’s replacement was a lightweight Stylus 4 in 1 with extremely inconsistent performance. Because I print a great deal of text in my work, out of frustration last year, I bought an Epson Workforce-60 with the idea that if I just had a good solid printer designed only for printing that was fast, reliable and with quality output, I could still use the 4 in 1 for scanning and copying. What a joke. Seriously, the Workforce-60 has never printed a decent page, can be picked up with one hand and is cheap from one end to the other, like a toy. So again I started my search for the perfect ink jet printer, looking at reviews for about 6 months, but reluctant to buy more of the same!! However, last week, after the toy prevented me from a deadline, enough was enough. Amazingly, after all the reviews and comments, I again settled on Epson – this Expression XP-600 which normally listed for $149. Again Amazon’s price rocked and was too good to pass up. I bit the bullet and went for it, though already owning 3 working printers, none of which I could recommend, I allowed myself no preconceived hope.

    When the delivery man said he would bring it up to the house for me as it was heavy, I thought he was implying I had no strength (I’m an older woman but not weak). But when he handed it over, the weight really surprised me. I thought, hmm, could this actually be a solid printer even with the small footprint? Yes, it absolutely is. After setting it up, I found it takes up less space than any of my other printers, though it copies and scans, has two paper trays and a CD-Rom tray. Yes, the ink for it is more expensive. But it’s the first printer I’ve had that has a special photo ink cartridge that fits alongside the other individual cartridges. Also, it uses a large capacity black ink cartridge only, which is great for me. So I decide my first printed document would be a complex multi-color containing a lot of tiny drawings within and extra small fonts. I absolutely couldn’t believe the output – utterly fantastic, the crispest print I’ve ever had. I have to say Epson must have really been listening to unsatisfied customers when they designed this solid, compact, user-friendly, modestly priced peripheral. I particularly enjoyed recycling all 3 of my other printers yesterday.

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  3. 100 of 111 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Better than pigment inks, October 19, 2012
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    A. Dichter (Chicago) –
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    This review is from: Epson Expression XP-600 Wireless Small-in-One Color Inkjet Printer, Copier, Scanner, 2-Sided Duplex. Prints from Tablet/Smartphone. AirPrint Compatible (C11CC47201) (Office Product)

    It’s not fair to offer a review of a product I have had for only two days since a reader’s biggest concern, reliability, cannot be determined yet. I was having more frequent lockups with my Kodak ESP-7 all-in-one so time for a new printer. Here are my brief observations:

    1. Using test photos, I was initially disappointed with fleshtones and other colors using gloss photo paper. I tried the variables and different profiles with no improvement. Ultimately, the problem was solved by setting the printer to any of the matte paper settings (presumably provides more ink to the paper). As bad as my original photos were, that’s how good they became. In fact, using the printer’s own settings (No outside profiles in Adobe Lightroom) the match to the iMac screen was closer than I could ever get with the Kodak.

    2. I saw no adverse effects by using the matte setting for gloss paper as the page dried just as fast with the gloss setting. Just deeper and more accurate colors, something I wanted to share with any reader as it might help solve a problem.

    3. I was hesitant to switch from pigment based inks (Kodak) to dye based (Epson). My reward though, with direct side to side comparisons, showed the dye based Claria photos to yield an enormous improvement in saturation, contrast and depth of color in general. Stunning!

    4. I thought the Claria colors were great on my 5 star Kodak premium 4×6 paper but then I compared the same photos to those that were subsequently printed on the two sheets of the Epson highest grade paper that were included as samples with the printer. Mind blowing, and a new appreciation for dye inks. The photos will probably not be able to compete with pigment inks in direct sunlight over time (who does that anyhow?) but the gains far outweigh the losses. The photos are amazingly beautiful and I ordered two boxes of the Epson paper and will never look back.

    Why the gloss setting didn’t quite offer the ink saturation required for accurate photos I may never know. I will try it again just for fun when the Epson paper arrives. Maybe it offers less holdout. Also, after printing up a storm with all of my testing, I have a surprisingly large amount of ink left (with the standard capacitiy cartridges). I’m looking forward to other reviewers’ comments to compare printer settings. BTW, the printer does print from my iPad and iPhone. Really neat technology.

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  4. 137 of 144 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    A nice do-it-all printer!, March 11, 2013
    By 
    Starlike (Queens, NY) –

    This review is from: Canon PIXMA MX452 Wireless Color Photo Printer with Scanner, Copier and Fax (Office Product)

    Updated August 3, 2013….I recently purchased the Canon PIXMA MX522 wireless color all in one office printer. I also wrote a review for it as well. There wasn’t anything that was major or wrong with this printer but I really just wanted an upgrade with more features. I still like this printer, but I love the MX522!

    July 21, 2013….Updated review…..After owning this printer for some time I wouldn’t recommend this printer for a business or home office. I had to print up 70 pages recently for a project and even though it printed well it did take some time for the pages to print. But it is still a good printer for home use if you just need to print a few pages daily. I still feel that the scanner features still needs more tools. I do have a Visioneer scanner and I use the Paperport software that came with it. So if I need major editing tools Visioneer is my go to scanner. It would be nice if Canon put some time into the scanner features then I wouldn’t have to drop a star.

    This Canon printer is nice. I also own the Canon PIXMA IP100 Mobile Photo Printer since Feb 2009. I love that printer because it was mobile, small and printed beautiful photos as well as documents. But lately is started to have a few problems (going to have it repaired) that I had to put it on the shelf for this new Canon MX452. I really wanted something that was 100% wireless without sending it a cloud. This printer does everything that is says it will do and more. Printing, scanning, and faxing is a breeze! And it really is 100% wireless! I installed the software (CD) that came with the printer on my Windows 8 PC with no problems at all. There are a few programs that are helpful that work well with your printer. The Canon website also has the software on line, but then you have to install each program individually.

    I had to use the printer USB cable that came with the printer in order for me to connect wireless. But you may or may not need to use the cable like I had to in order to set it up. The software and cable came in handy and connected me right away. After 1 minute the printer recognized my network. I put in my network password and connected and then the installation CD asked you to remove the printer cable to then go wireless. The only cord that is used is the power cord and the telephone cord for the faxing. Best part is I can print now from anywhere in the house from my laptop or tablet and even my Android cell. Goggle play has a Canon app, but it’s really not needed since mostly every program or web page has a print button to click on. Just make sure you don’t turn off the printer power button. When the printer is not in use the printer will just go to sleep to reduce the power. But as soon as you click print or any other feature the printer will wake up immediately.

    Printing documents is sharp and clear. This printer uses 2 ink tanks (color & black). Most printer brands these days use 5 or more inks cartridges. So it really depends on how much color printing you use to notice any cost savings in using 5 tanks verses 2 tanks. So far the ink that came in the box is still going strong and has not run out. We use the printer for personal use everyday. The only thing I wish Canon would of spent more time in perfecting this printer is adding more tools to the scanning features of the printer. Needs work, but will get the scanning job done. This printer even has an area just for scanning photo negatives. Photo printing is really nice, but I didn’t really purchase this for my photos. But overall for the low price and for everything that this printer does it is a purchase that I still recommend. But just make sure you do a comparison shopping before getting this one. I highly recommend the MX522 over this model.

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  5. 58 of 61 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A Good “Does It All” Printer, March 27, 2013
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    src50

    This review is from: Canon PIXMA MX452 Wireless Color Photo Printer with Scanner, Copier and Fax (Office Product)

    Bought the MX452 to replace an old HP all-in-one. Although the HP was a great printer in terms of hardware, I had recurring problems with the accompanying HP software, so decided to give Canon a try.

    I wanted a four-function printer for general home use. So far, so good. The MX452 is easy to set up (I’m using a USB connection, not the wireless option). The Canon software installed without problem. The software has more bells and whistles than you really need (don’t they all?), but once you learn where the essential functions are, it’s a breeze. Printing quality is excellent, speed is good and it is relatively quiet. It accommodates a variety of paper and envelope sizes. Photo printing quality is good, but not the best I’ve seen (after all, consider the MX452’s price). If photo printing is your thing, I’d recommend one of the Canon MG-series printers.

    The main difference between the MX452 and it’s higher-priced cousins seems to be the absence of the automated two-sided printing feature, which I don’t need. The printer’s physical construction is almost totally plastic, so one needs to be a little gentle with it. I don’t think this is the right printer for commercial office use – you would want something physically sturdier for that – but its fine for my relatively light home use. A good value for the buck.

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  6. 24 of 25 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A Nice Basic Printer With A few Extras, April 10, 2013
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    This review is from: Canon PIXMA MX452 Wireless Color Photo Printer with Scanner, Copier and Fax (Office Product)

    My last Canon served me well for a couple of years. Then, all of a sudden, it displayed an unrecoverable error message regarding paper feed. Oddly, every single function, including scanning or copying to my computer, was rendered useless as well. After all attempts to fix this failed, I plugged my nose, and decided to stick with the Canon brand.

    PROS:
    *Seems solid and well built for the price.

    *It connected very nicely to my wireless network. I expected a fight, as this is the first wireless printer I have owned. No problems. Within 10 minutes or less, I was printing wireless.

    *AirPrint is a nice bonus, and It works. I was both happy and surprised.

    *Good quality prints. I play around occasionally with photo’s, but really all I need is something that prints documents. Whether scanned or from an e-mail attachment, the quality is very good. The few photo’s I did print came out fine, and the quality rivaled many from other more expensive printers. Not bad.

    CONS:

    *If printing speed really matters to you, this is not where you will get it. For my casual use, however, I am fine with the printing speeds.

    *It will go thru ink, especially the “starter” ink supply that comes standard with this unit. It is by design. Replacement ink cartridges, while very expensive, contain more ink, and therefore will last longer. While it may still cost a small fortune if you print a lot of stuff, to be fair, don’t judge ink usage by what is supplied initially. Once you run out of original supply quite quickly, casual users will probably do alright with the replacement cartridges.

    *It is somewhat noisy, and seems to grind just a little bit while working. The noise is not as bad as I have heard on other printers, so probably this is what is expected. It looks and feels substantial. The price is good. I guess if you even only get a couple years out of this thing, you could still go on with your life and buy something else (or another Canon, like I did).

    BOTTOM LINE: 5 stars in this price range! Wireless is not fussy, so that is one less thing to worry about. An overall great purchase if a basic, all in one, with reliable Wi-Fi appeals to you. Recommended.

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