Epson Artisan 835 and Artisan 725 all-in-one printers

All-in-one devices used to be a jack of all trades and master of none, but Epson clearly aims to deliver otherwise with their new Artisan 835 and Artisan 725 all-in-one printers. First of all, the flagship Artisan 835 will come with a 7.8″ smart touchscreen panel, a 3.5″ color LCD display, integrated fax capability, and a 30-page Automatic Document Feeder to quickly copy and fax documents. As for the Artisan 725, this one also has an enhanced touch panel for easier navigation. You can send documents over to either printer sans wires since they support the Wi-Fi N connectivity standard. Touted to deliver the fastest 4″ x 6″ photo print pseeds, the Artisan 725 and Artisan 835 will retail for $199.99 and $299.99, respectively, from mid-August onwards. Check out the extended list of features for both printers after the jump. [Press Release]

  • Delivers fast ISO print speeds of 9.5 ISO ppm black and 9 ISO ppm color
  • Offers built-in wireless and Ethernet networking
  • Saves up to 50 percent of paper supply with automatic two-sided printing
  • Creates personalized greeting cards, coloring book pages, elegant stationery, and note paper
  • Creates professional-looking discs by printing images and text directly onto ink jet printable CDs/DVDs with easy-to-use Epson Print CD software
  • Features built-in Auto Photo Correction to automatically evaluate and correct images and red eye
  • Prints applications wirelessly from an iPhone, including PDF files, photos, photo calendars, business documents, and more, through applications available on the iTunes App Store
  • Prints images directly from digital cameras, mobile phones and USB Flash drives with PictBridge
  • Accommodates various printing needs with individual ink cartridges at affordable prices
  • Delivers vivid, true-to-life photos with Epson’s exclusive MicroPiezo print head with DX5 technology
  • Offers a range of eco features and environmental qualifications including, ENERGY STAR and RoHS compliance, and is designed to be recycled

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