Review – Epson Expression Small in One Printers

Went printer shopping last week to replace my tired and flaky HP wireless printer. The wireless feature was wonky from the very first day so I did a little happy dance when it came to a grisly end.  Interestingly enough, over the past year, I’ve seen an uptick in customer calls about HP dropping the signal or simply refusing to connect from sleep mode than any other printer. After a year of dealing with this, I had already decided to give HP a pass. with this purchase.  I wanted a printer that was low cost to run,  quiet, and had 4 seperate ink cartridges rather than two.  I’m done with the big tubs ‘o colour ink. They are a costly rip off – run out of red and you have to throw away the entire cartridge so 4 inks was my primary need. I had always had luck with Epsons in the past with both printers and scanners. My trusty Epson scanner doesn’t work with Windows 8.1 so I had to replace it as well. I’ve needed to for quite awhile, but I limped along with the HP all in on

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