NEW Epson Expression Premium XP-635 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer Up to 32 ppm £27.91 Delivered @ Currys Ebay

NEW Epson Expression Premium XP-635 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer Up to 32 ppm £27.91 Delivered @ Currys Ebay

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Found 13th Jun 2017
Key Features

Experience the ease and efficiency of wireless printing with the Epson Expression Premium XP-635 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer.

Easily print documents and photos over WiFi from anywhere, with the Epson Connect app on your smartphone, tablet or your PC.

The WiFi is easy to setup, quickly connecting to your home network to print from your devices around the home without having to plug your laptop or computer in via a USB.

What's more, you can print directly from your Pictbridge compatible camera, or from its memory card, saving you time uploading all the photos to your computer first.

The Epson XP 625 uses the Epson Orange ink for clear text and outstanding photo quality prints. In addition, you only need to replace the individual ink cartridge when it runs out, saving you money and making your printing more efficient.

For a great, all-round printer, scanner and copier for your home office, consider the Epson Expression Premium XP-635 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer.

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Type: All-in-One Printer

Brand: Epson

Model: Expression Premium XP-63

Colour: White

Function: Print, Copy, Scan

Print technology: Inkjet

Display: 2.5" touchscreen

Wired connectivity: USB 2.0

Wireless connectivity: Apple AirPrint, Google Cloud Print

App available: Epson Connect

Memory card printing: SD, SDHX, Micro SD

Pictbridge: Yes

Compatible cartridges: Epson Claria 5

Average compatible cartridge yield: 300

Print resolution: 5760 x 1440 dpi

Pages per minute (black & white): Up to 32 ppm

Pages per minute (colour): Up to 32 ppm

Paper format: A4, A5, A6, B5, C6 (Envelope), DL (Envelope), No. 10 (Envelope), Letter

Double-sided printing: Manual

Type of scanner: Contact image sensor (CIS)

Scan resolution: 1200 x 2400 dpi

Optical Character Recognition (OCR): Yes

Box Contents: Power cable, Setup guide, Epson CD Rom

Product Code: 147477
Community Updates


Mate your a genius how did you know I was looking for a white printer.
£80 on Amazon! But beware, has some seriously poor reviews! 7 x 1* reviews and only 2 5*. Probably worth a punt if you are in the market for something like this.
14 left in stock as of 12:17
Ink looks way too expensive?

Tech wise, doesn't do anything better over my SX435W apart from a touch screen. Poor reviews come from those complaining about the usual Ink runs out on one colour therefore no printing, or compatible ink being rejected.

Not voting, cheap if you need to replace a broken printer though.
Epson used to known for cheap compatible inks but all there current printers 1-2 years old, the inks are really expensive now. i still have my old epson which i will keep as the inks are cheaper compared to the newer model.
Edited by: "ssjinzo" 13th Jun 2017
Inkjet printers are appalling.
Do yourself a favour and buy a laser.

Edited by: "Dante4KR" 13th Jun 2017
32 pages per minute, my ass
These things are just getting mega cheaper and cheaper ... :-)
I grabbed one just before they went out of stock. Also grabbed a set of compatable ink cartridges for £18.

Less than half the cost of a set of cartridges for my two year old, hardly used, HP-6810 which has developed a 'Printer or Ink System Error', and is about to be skipped.

Thanks OP.
32 pages per minute, my ass
I know this is dead but I thought I would just gone my experience of using an Epson similar to this.

basically it is shockingly bad at printing pictures, be it on paper or photo paper. it seems to layer ink which is obvious from the print out. my old Canon produces far better results.

note this is with using original inks.

I wouldn't but Epson again.
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