Epson Expression Photo XP-950 Small-in-One Printer
Even as we share more and more content online, it’s important to be able to print out a page or a photo when necessary. Consider Epson’s Expression Photo XP-950 Small-in-One Printer ($350)—“small-in-one” is definitely the company’s phrase, not ours. It’s capable of printing pretty much anything you may need, and quickly, too.
As an all-in-one, XP-950 supports printing, copying, scanning, and faxing. It can print borderless photos in as little as 11 seconds, and put out resolutions up to 5760 x 1440 dpi. It even supports CD and DVD printing. You’ll be able to connect your Mac wirelessly, as well as your iPhone or iPad, as the printer supports AirPrint.
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