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When I look for a printer I look for the value and if its going to do all the things I am going to need it too. Recently I was asked to do a review for the Epson 410 printer. And I was more then happy to do this review my printer had gone hit the trail and this was a great chance.

The day the printer came we were all excited about it. I took it to my room and set it up , the set up is very easy and got the printer on line with no issues. Put the cd in the computer and follow all the directions how easy is that. As soon as my computer read the printer we were ready to go.

The Expression Home XP-410 features a 100-sheet rear fed tray that can handle a variety of media ranging in size from 4 x 6-inches to 8.5 x 44-inches.

Connectivity is also good for the price. USB and Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n are available for connecting directly to a PC or a wireless network. Front slots take SD or MS Duo media cards. Mobile printing is covered with Apple AirPrint and Google Cloud Print compatibility, plus apps for e-mailing or printing directly from mobile devices.

The copy functionality is probably the easiest to use. Put your original document or image down on the scan glass, select the number of copies you want and whether you want them in color or not. You can delve down into the settings, but Epson offers the two necessary selections in the main menu.

Scanning from the printer is pretty simple to use as well. Select how where you want to scan (options include PC, email, memory card, etc.), put your original on the scan glass and hit scan. The only option that takes additional effort is setting up the scan to email.

But if you want more scan options, check out the Epson Scan software. Using Epson Scan you can choose from four modes: full auto, home mode, office mode and professional mode. Each option brings up the more common scan features for typical jobs.

All these things are the best and im o happy with it.Using Epson Connect Email Print service allows users to print from a variety of email services and devices. We tested the Epson Connect Print service with Gmail, Microsoft Office Outlook, Hotmail, Yahoo! Mail from a PC, Blackberry, iPhone and a Droid. For more information about compatibility, check out the Epson Connect Information page.

Again its so easy and im in love with it, love the fact that its wireless and I can print anything from anyplace. All I have to do is hit the printer on my computer and im good to go, the best thing I have seen in a while and small too.

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  1. This looks amazing- our printer is always screwing stuff up, and we really need a new one. Now I know what to look for!

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