Face-Off: Photosmart 7510 e-All-In-One vs Expression Premium XP-700

HP Photosmart 7510 e-All-In-One
HP Photosmart 7510 e-All-In-One

Epson Expression Premium XP-700
Epson Expression Premium XP-700
 
HP Photosmart 7510 e-All-In-One Epson Expression Premium XP-700
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HP Photosmart 7510 e-All-In-One
Overview - Full review
Epson Expression Premium XP-700
Overview - Full review
Price
Colour, 300 dpi
HP Photosmart 7510 e-All-In-One
Epson Expression Premium XP-700
Score
4/5
4/5
Design & Build
5/5 5/5
Print Speed
4/5 3/5
Print Quality
3/5 3/5
Power Use & Noise
4/5 5/5
Cost Per Page
4/5
Scan & Copy
4/5 4/5
User Score
3/5 (4)
Specifications
Specifications
Resolution4800 x 1200 dpi
Mono/colour speeds19 ppm / 13 ppm
Ink droplet sizeNA
Cartridges required5
Number of base colours4
Scanneryes
Copieryes
Faxyes
Wi-Fiyes
Duplexyes
Specifications
Resolution5760 x 1440 dpi
Mono/colour speeds15 ppm / 11 ppm
Ink droplet size1.5 pl
Cartridges required5
Number of base colours4
Scanneryes
Copieryes
Faxno
Wi-Fiyes
Duplexyes
Conclusion
The HP Photosmart 7520 e-All-in-One has plenty of cards to play. Very well equipped on the hardware side and with plenty of features, it goes further than most inkjets and is disconcertingly simple to use. Don’t expect optimum print quality, however, as here it's just below average.
The Epson Expression Premium XP-700 is an elegant, compact machine with a touchscreen that's simple, responsive and user-friendly. However, while the photo print quality is excellent, we can't really see any improvements in the document prints since the Stylus Photo PX730WD, new ink notwithstanding. And the input/output trays can annoying to deal with.
Pros

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Wi-Fi + duplex / eFax

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Low cost per page

+

Multitude of connected applications, printing straight from printer

+

Large, responsive touchscreen

+

Double paper loader (photo and standard)

+

Very easy to use

+

Wi-Fi / Duplex

+

Compact size

+

Fun, responsive touchscreen

+

Quiet and consumes little energy

+

Photo print quality

+

Scan to e-mail, PC & cloud

+

Epson Connect for printing from mobile devices

+

Direct-to-disc printing

Cons

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Print quality could be improved

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Applications not always pertinent

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Impractical paper tray layout

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10 x 15 cm paper frequently jams

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No PCL6 or PS3

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Blank sheets sometimes slip into the output tray