With image quality that’s preferred 3-to-1 over competitive products1, the world’s fastest 4″ x 6″ photo print speeds, and a smart 7.8″ touch panel, the Artisan 835 makes it easy to let your creativity soar. Built to keep up with your busy life, this powerful performer prints Ultra Hi-Definition 4″ x 6″ photos in as fast as 10 seconds†, without sacrificing quality.
– Smart 7.8″ touch panel and 3.5″ LCD
– Image quality beyond compare
– Perfect photos, every time
– Individual ink cartridges — replace only the color you need
– Sleek and compact design
– Easily charge portable devices
– Advanced MicroPiezo print head technology
– Ultra Hi-Definition prints at unbeatable speeds
– Fast color copying and faxing
– Captivating one-of-a-kind projects
– Built-in wireless and Ethernet networking
– Prints that outlast photo lab prints
– Quickly print from your mobile device
– Smart, 7.8″ touch panel – large display lights up only the buttons you need; includes a 3.5″ LCD to preview, edit and print photos.
– Ultra Hi-Definition prints from the world’s fastest 4″ x 6″ photo printer1 – brilliant 4″ x 6″ photos in as fast as 10 seconds?; DX5 MicroPiezo technology provides the finest color and detail without sacrificing speed.
– Send faxes fast, even in color – fax in as fast as 3 seconds per page; store up to 60 speed dials and receive up to 180 pages in memory; also faxes legal-size documents; includes PC-Fax4 software.
– Built-in wireless and Ethernet networking – built-in wireless (Wi-Fi CERTIFIED n)2 and wired networking; print, scan, and access memory card slots3 from any room in the house.
– One-of-a-kind projects – easily create coloring books, personal note paper, invitations and greeting cards using your own photos.
The Epson Artisan 835 scanned the pictures in perfectly. We are very pleased with the result, and now we can see our pictures on our desktop.
Printing: Good, Scanning: Excellent. Copying: excellent.
It prints very well, and has an automatic photo tray.
One con for the printer is that it cannot handle 3-hole punch paper, for use in a loose-leaf notebook. When the printer reaches the first hole in the paper, it spits out the entire sheet. You can print on the back side but then the holes are on the wrong side for the notebook. The printer does indicate that it can print on ruled paper, but I’d have to see if that means standard college ruled paper, or what, since we had problems with the 3-hole punched paper.
Another con is that the Epson scanning software doesn’t seem to auto-clip scanned in pictures, although that may be pilot error.