Loc: Pinellas Park, Florida
Bought the Epson Expression Home XP-410 for my granddaughter to use with her iPad Mini that she's getting for Christmas. It seems to have very good ratings. That's why we went for it. It's an all-in-one (Epson calls it a "small-in-one" due to its small footprint) that scans, copies, and prints to photo quality and it's AirPrint enabled. $70 at Best Buy.
Every day I love my Epson a little more. So glad I gave them a second chance after a 7-year affair with HP. Not that HP sucks, mind you. But my WF7520 just rocks. I bought it last summer, and despite a lot of output — a good deal of it large format and heavy coverage — I'm only now close to having to replace a couple of ink carts!
For some reason both my HP color laser and wide format inkjet used to routinely drop the network connection — via ethernet cable, no less — over night. The wireless and AirPrint connection on the Epson are bullet proof. Plus I can print and scan from my iPhone.
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