Other than HP, the other big players in printer manufacturing is definitely Epson. They’ve been a staple of many offices, big and small, due to their reliability and accessibility. Among Epson’s large portfolios of products, today we’ll be going over the Epson Expression Premium XP 6105 review and see whether it’s worth it, or not.
At A Glance
The XP 6105 is a multifunction printer, offering scanning, copying, and printing capabilities. It’s relatively small and silent, fitting into almost any corner you could ever think of putting it. But aside from that, it also has a lot of quality features that would even make some of the more expensive printers blush in shame.
Printing, Scanning, and Copying Quality
Considering that it’s an inkjet printer, you can probably already guess that the XP 6105 would produce a stellar color, both in accuracy and detail. It’s often used as a photo printer and so far, we’ve had zero complains of the beauty that it managed to print.
Its scan quality is better than average, it’s nothing spectacular but it’ll certainly make do if you’re just using it to scan documents every once in a while. It’s readable and clear, and that’s more than enough for its price.
As for copying purposes, XP 6105 managed to exceed our expectations by producing almost identical copies. It’s not a feature we use that often, but it can certainly get the job done with an A+ when you need it to.
Next, let’s talk about its convenience features for this Epson Expression Premium XP 6105 review.
Epson continuing with their trend of reliability and usability have chocked many useful features into this small machine. Including but not limited to, AirPrint for Apple products and Wi-Fi printing.
Just two of these things above already put the XP 6105 leagues ahead over other printers because with it, these features actually work and not a nightmare to set-up.
One of the only downsides that will be in this Epson Expression Premium XP 6105 review is definitely the upkeep cost. While Epson is known for their reliability and quality of their products, they’re not known for the cheapest in the bunch when it comes to cartridges refills.
Ink cartridges for this XP 6105 costs quite a bit so if you’re planning on using it for a long time, you will have to deal with its egregious running cost. But it’s not all bad considering the excellent quality of the prints it produced.
All that being said, it’s time to close off this Epson Expression Premium XP 6105 review with the verdict.
Despite having premium in its name, the XP 6105 is not expensive at all. In fact, it is quite cheap compared to the rest. But despite so, it excels at everything it does starting from printing, scanning, and copying. It’s not hard to set up, and it has Wi-Fi and AirPrint built into it.
It’s not the cheapest to keep running, but it definitely won’t let you down with its usefulness as you continue using it, making it an overall excellent choice for anyone needing a solid multifunction printer that one, works, two, is cheap to buy, and three, does its job amazingly well.
And that’s pretty much it for this Epson Expression Premium XP 6105 review. Thank you for reading, we’ll see you next time.