Manufacturers make a lot of money out of our penchant for printing, but the new EcoTank range is different — this all-in-one Mac-compatible printer and scanner includes a four-tank silo into which you can squirt enough ink for, according to Epson, two years’ worth of printing. Is it a good value?
Epson is calling their latest line of printers “small-in-one,” a nod to their packing a ton of features into a single compact package. At 15.4 by 13.3 by 7.5 inches with all the trays folded up, the XP-800 isn’t exactly small, but it is smaller than many similarly-equipped all-in-ones.
Everyone needs to print, scan, and copy sometimes, but often, basic all-in-ones leave you longing for that nice, high-end printer at your office. That’s when Canon’s Pixma MG8120 becomes an attractive option. Using six individual ink cartridges, the MG8120 pumps out a crisp, vibrant 4x6 print in approximately 20 seconds from Mac and Windows computers or from an iOS device using the free Canon Easy-PhotoPrint for iPhone app from the App Store (an Android app is also available).