Epson’s latest A2+ desktop printer features a wide colour gamut, enhanced colour density and optional roll media support for professional photo printing.
Canon’s new desktop A2 12-ink pigment inkjet printer looks set to be the most technologically advanced model of its type thus far.
The flagship model in Epson’s new line of multifunction home and office printers with user-refillable ink tanks that come with a two-year supply of ink.
Canon’s latest eight-ink dye-based A3+ printer is an excellent performer for display-quality prints and offers improved connectivity over the previous model.
Epson’s latest A3+ enthusiast-to-professional printer adds touch-screen controls plus improved power efficiency to the company’s pigment photo printer line-up.
We don’t usually review multi-function printers (MFPs) as they’re not designed for photo printing. But Epson’s Expression Photo XP-950 is in a different class from the others as it is the first six-colour MFP to support A3 printing. A special rear feed slot is designed to take A3 sheets of paper, and Epson papers supported include Premium Glossy Photo, Premium Semigloss Photo, Matte Paper Heavyweight, Double-sided Matte Paper, Ultra Glossy Photo and Glossy Paper as well as iron-on transfer and sticker papers.
The PIXMA Pro-10 sits in the middle of three A3+ printers that were initially announced by Canon at Photokina 2012. Designed primarily for photo enthusiasts, it uses the same Lucia inks as the higher-specified PIXMA Pro-1, which we reviewed in January 2012, but with one grey tank instead of the Pro-1’s three grey inks.
Canon’s latest desktop A3+ dye-ink printer features a new ink set and delivers excellent colour and monochrome prints on glossy papers at faster output speeds.
Canon’s latest A3+ pigment ink printer is more economical to run and produces better-looking prints, particularly on glossy papers.
An affordable A3+ printer for photo enthusiasts and small businesses that occasionally require large, high-quality prints.