Sydney, July 8: Epson’s latest innovation, the Epson EcoTank ET2810 Multifunction Printer, brings convenience to a whole new level.
In my recent review, I had the opportunity to test this sleek white printer, which stands out from the traditional black models. However, setting it up proved to be a bit more complex than previous Epson printers.
To begin, you’ll need a smartphone and the Epson app downloaded from the App Store.
This smartphone integration is a requirement for the printer to function, making it less suitable for anti-smartphone users.
Nevertheless, as most devices embrace mobile connectivity, the ET2810 aligns with the trend.
Once I downloaded the app and got the printer up and running, I was pleasantly surprised by its capabilities.
The printer seamlessly connects to your phone, allowing you to print directly from your device. Previously, I had to connect my laptop or desktop to print documents or photos, but now, with the ET2810, printing from my phone is a breeze.
This feature alone is a game-changer, especially since we rely heavily on smartphones for various tasks. Being able to print documents and other content directly from my phone proved to be incredibly helpful. However, I encountered a minor issue when printing photos on A4 paper.
They appeared smaller, not utilizing the entire page. I suspect this was due to a setup error on my part, and further exploration might resolve this.
On the other hand, document printing yielded excellent results, similar to those produced from a laptop. Imagine this scenario: you’re comfortably lounging on the couch, engrossed in your favorite show, when your editor emails you a revised draft.
Instead of interrupting your leisure time to print it from your laptop, you can conveniently hit print from your phone and attend to the draft once your show concludes.
If you’re considering purchasing a printer, the Epson ET2810 is currently on sale for the month.
Don’t miss the chance to invest your tax return wisely by acquiring this life-changing printer.
It’s a must-have for every home office, and the best part is, it’s reasonably priced and won’t break the bank.
June Ramli is the editor of DailyStraits.com. To stay in touch with June, look her up on Twitter @junesairaramli