Epson Ecotank 2750 Printer Review

When you’re looking for a new printer, one of the first ones you’ll probably find recommended to you is the Epson Ecotank. It’s one of the bestselling printers over the last decade, so there’s good reason behind why many people think it’s a great option for a printer.

However without using the printer itself, it can be really difficult to know whether it would be right for you. So if you’re confused as to whether you should

Epson Ecotank 2750 Printer Review

Bestseller No. 1
Epson EcoTank ET-2750 A4 Print/Scan/Copy Wi-Fi Printer
Save 90 percent on the cost of ink*: Equivalent of 88 cartridges worth of ink included; Ultra-low-cost printing: Print up to 14,000 pages in black and 5,200 pages in colour
£359.00

The design of the Epson Ecotank is quite basic, and it will fit quite easily into any colour scheme. It comes with an LCD display on the front of the printer, which is pretty self explanatory in terms of how to use it.

The main selling point of the Ecotank 2750 is that it’s really cost efficient on ink. However, it is quite expensive initially, so some people may actually be better off opting for a laser printer, especially if you only want to print in black and white. But if you’re set on an inkjet printer, then the 2750 does have a lot to offer.

In terms of specifications, the 2750 has a DPI of 5760×1440. If you aren’t sure what this means, the DPI is the dots per inch that the printer prints out – it’s similar to the resolution on a monitor. This is quite a high DPI for a printer, which means that it has the ability to print high quality images.

The use of an ink tank as opposed to an ink cartridge really does make a massive difference in terms of the amount of sheets you can print. You also don’t need to worry too much about refills, as it’s very easy to add more ink when you need to. The printer itself comes with a ton of ink, so the likelihood of you having to stock up again after purchasing is slim.

It’s very easy to setup this printer with WiFi. which makes it really simple to use your phone or laptop to print stuff out. You can also use the more traditional methods of a USB port to print, too. Of course, the 2750 isn’t just an inkjet printer. It’s also a scanner, and a photocopier too. It’s very simple to use the LCD display to choose whichever function you want. So whilst it is more expensive than your standard printer, it also has a lot more to offer too.

So, let’s take a look at the pros and cons of the Epson Ecotank 2750.

Pros

  • The ink prices for this printer are pretty reasonable in the long run, whilst not being the very cheapest around.
  • Even when you’re printing images in excess of 600dpi, it’s prints at a really high quality.
  • The capability to print, scan and copy is definitely an advantage.

Cons

  • You can’t scan your images via a Wifi connection, you cave to either connect it with a USB port or use a memory card.
  • The ink nozzles on this printer tend to get clogged very easily. Although it is normal for them to get clogged, you don’t want to be dealing with this all the time.

Epson Ecotank – Questions Answered

Is the Epson Ecotank worth it?

For most people, I have to be honest and say that the Epson Ecotank 2750 probably isn’t going to be worth it. It’s quite expensive, the ink costs are okay but not excellent, and the product itself is pretty expensive. For those looking for a simple printer, which is most people, this isn’t going to be the printer for you.

How long will the Epson Ecotank ink that comes with the printer last?

With the majority of Ecotank models, Epson are actually giving a ton of ink with them to help sales. This should be enough ink to last you a minimum of 6 months, and if you only print occasionally, then it could last you in excess of a year.

Is the Epson Ecotank 2750 good for printing photos?

Whilst I’m not thrilled about the other aspects of the printer, one thing I will say is that it prints high quality images. So if image quality is important to you, then it is probably worth thinking about looking at a printer from the Epson Ecotank range.

Does Epson Ecotank ink dry out easily?

A common concern with Epson Ecotank printers is that the ink is going to dry out very easily. Fortunately, this isn’t really one of the issues that can come with them, as the ink in Epson Ecotank’s tend not to dry up like with some other printers.

Is an ink tank better than an ink cartridge?

Generally, the main difference between the two is that with an ink tank printer, you have the ability to get a greater volume of ink than if you were to use a cartridge. This helps to make the printing costs lower in comparison to an ink cartridge printer.

Conclusion

Overall, whilst I do think that the Epson Ecotank 2750 is a perfectly good printer, it is very expensive when you compare it to other printers on the market. Whilst it would definitely make a good choice, for most people just looking for a printer to use at home, it’s going to be a little too expensive. If you want a cheaper printer, check out my list of the best home office printers, which features some alternative options.

So the Epson Ecotank 2750 is a good choice if you have the money. But, many people won’t need to spend this much on a printer.

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