WWW: The Epson Artisan 800

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Just before Thanksgiving I got a very special delivery; the wonderful Epson Artison 800 printer that was showcased at BlissDom ’08.

I waited until Michael came home to open it, because I am the least technological person in this house.  Sure I can email, do stuff with Adobe Photoshop, upload pictures, and blog, but I cannot even fathom how to hook up a printer.   This isn’t just an ordinary printer.

Here’s all it can do:

  • Full-Featured Scanning and Copying: The Artisan 800 features 4800 dpi resolution (48-bit color) for high quality scanning of images and documents with brilliant clarity and accuracy.   This all-in-one also offer standalone, one-touch color and black and white copying with a wide range of easy-to-use options such as the ability to scan to a computer, memory card or USB flash drive, easy photo reprints and enlargements up to 400 percent, and a convenient fit-to-page printing feature. It even offer background removal for crisp, clean copies of text documents.  Includes OCR software for converting documents into text users can edit.
  • Standalone Photo Capabilities: The Artisan 800 has card slots that are compatible with all popular memory card types for printing photos without a computer or transferring files to or from a computer. Plus, you can print directly from a digital camera or mobile phone with the PictBridge® connection. Additional photo printing options include print-by-date, custom picture packages, photo index sheets, and passport and photo IDs.
  • Restore Faded Photos: It can easily restore color to old, faded photos with or without using a computer.
  • Creativity Made Simple: Included software allows users to create and print personalized CDs/DVDs, greeting cards, elegant invitations, beautiful photo calendars, photo books, and more.
  • Shared Use at Home: Wi-Fi and Ethernet networking are built in for sharing with all users in the home. An optional Bluetooth® photo print adapter is also available for printing from cell phones and other mobile devices.
  • Flexible Paper Handling: Can print borderless photos in popular sizes, including 4″ x 6″, 5″ x 7″, 8″ x 10″, and letter.  Also features a paper cassette with two paper trays that eliminate the need to switch between plain and photo paper.
  • Smart Ink System: The Artisan series feature convenient individual ink cartridges that can be changed in as little as five seconds and replace only the color needed. In addition, innovative technology conveniently combines color inks to produce black when black ink is low to extend printing. Cartridges are available in two sizes to match users’ printing needs.

I haven’t played with the printer except for the night that Michael got it all set up.  I do plan on doing some fun stuff, including a give-a-way of some of my prints.    I’m also planning on making a big picture wall in our living room.  If only I could decide which photos to actually print!

It’s pretty damn cool and pretty damn affordable, too!   Discover your Epsonability.  I’m certainly going to discover mine!

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14 Responses to “WWW: The Epson Artisan 800”
  1. 12.03.2008

    I know this will be the most inspiring and insightful comment, ever:

    !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It’s SO beautiful !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  2. 12.03.2008

    I think I just found something to add to my Christmas list.

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  3. 12.03.2008

    That is one kickass printer. I love my Canon Pixma – but my next printer will be an Epson.

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  4. 12.03.2008

    Wow! It’s…gorgeous!

    I think (maybe) if I were as talented as you at photography, then I’d think about getting this baby. Unfortunately…

    ;-)

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  5. 12.03.2008

    Jealous. Very jealous!

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  6. 12.03.2008

    Wow, this is awesome. Enjoy.

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  7. 12.03.2008

    Sweet!! I’m sure you will put that to good use!

  8. Have fun with the printer.

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  9. 12.03.2008

    Enjoy the new toy Mishelle!
    By the way, I love your new self portrait in your side bar!

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  10. 12.03.2008

    Love your new toy!

  11. 12.03.2008

    how cool is that!

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  12. 12.03.2008

    sigh…I would love to get a new printer…mine is a big piece of ….well….it is a piece…LOL!
    Thanks for visiting our family blog by the way…come back any time!! :)

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  13. 12.03.2008

    Awwwww yeahhh! Glad you got your new toy! :)

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  14. 12.04.2008

    Isn’t it so awesome? I love mine! Great review. :-)

    I need to get my Epsonability in gear and print some Christmas cards! Oh wait, I need to take some Christmas Card photos first. Hm. Maybe I’ll just pretend I never started this train of thought….

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