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Review: Epson XP-810 'small-in-one' printer
Wednesday, October 16, 2013 @ 3:55pm

When looking for a consumer level printer there is quite an array of options to consider. Features like special printing features, all-in-one print setups, and even cloud printing enter the fray when in the past purchasers considered if it was worth paying the extra fistful of cash for a laser printer over an inkjet. Since then, options have only grown larger since the main consideration has become the cost of ink over the cost of the machine itself. However, is there a balance between getting everything you need at a good value without having to break the bank on ink cartridges? Does the Epson Expression Premium XP-810 Small-in-One might strike the line between ultimate value and quality? Read our review and find out.





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