Epson’s behemoth, the EcoTank ET-7750 multi-function printer, is positioned right at the top of the product line-up from the brand and make no bones about it, this is one costly product. However, Epson Ecotank printer reviews seem to think it gives you ample bang for your buck.

Here are some of the key highlights of this printer:

  • 5 colour ink tank setup (refillable) for superior quality of images with photo black pigment ink added.
  • Superior build quality, fast print speeds and easy printing for high resolution photographs.
  • Convenient handling of paper in tabloid or A3 sizes.
  • 10 ink bottles accompanying the device which can print almost 3,400 photographs in all.
  • Superbly designed refuelling system with bottles corresponding only to their appropriate colour tanks and overfilling protection through the automatic shut-off valve.
  • SD card slot and USB port in front along with USB port and Ethernet port at the back.
  • 3-in-1 multi-function print, scan and photocopy along with duplex printing abilities.
  • Eco Tank system helps replacement of cartridges that are sealed with compartments that you can fill from the bottle.
  • Three input trays for paper for envelopes/photo paper, direct printing for compact discs and 100 plain paper sheets respectively.
  • A4 document scanning at 1200×2400 dpi and bundled Windows software from Epson.
  • Free download Epson iConnect app for functioning with the device.

The 6.8 centimetre display unit is a little smaller if you take the XP-90 into account and there is no touch screen although overall readability is fine. The flap has to be raised and the front delivery tray extended for printing. The rear tray, however, cannot print images onto A3 glossy paper and the scanner bed is also smaller if you take the A3 size into consideration.

However, there are good savings to be made with the Epson Ecotank and it offers lower costs as compared to traditional cartridge based printers. Printing is swift and mostly reliable and there is easy labelling of compact discs and envelopes too which is a major plus. At a high price point, this printer delivers what it promises but only makes more sense if you’re going to do a substantial amount of printing in the future. NFC connectivity options are missed and scanning resolution could have been on the higher side. There’s no USB data cable offered with the standard kit which is another little miss. However, the Epson Ecotank printer review should certainly illuminate the sheer power, convenience and advanced functionalities of this printer by all means.