Epson is going big on features and small on price with its newest all-in-one budget printer, the Expression Home XP-410.
The XP-410 is an update to the popular XP-400 that we reviewed a while back.
Designed as a space-saving all-in-one printer (small-in-one, they call it) for homes and dorm rooms, the Expression Home XP-410 can print, scan, and copy. It’s also equipped with the latest wireless technology, and supports Epson Connect, Apple AirPrint and Google Cloud Print for printing straight from mobile devices. There are also card slots, as well as a 2.5” LCD screen for previewing and editing photos before printing. Features there include borderless printing, red-eye removal, exposure correction, and restoration of old or faded photographs.
The printer uses DURABrite Ultra pigment, which is smudge, fade and water resistant. That ink also dries instantly. The ink also comes in separate color cartridges, so you won’t have to search for a general cartridge replacement if you just use up all of the blue ink.
The Epson Expression Home XP-410 all-in-one printer is available now for just $100.