As a homeschooling family we print a lot of documents and that means we go through tons of ink. We love the quality of our InkJet printers, but the small ink cartridges are quite pricey for the amount of time they last. Thanks to new EcoTank technology from Epson, we can go a year or longer without even having to think about swapping ink cartridges. The new ET-3600 comes with enough ink out of the box to last for up to 2 years, that is up to 11,000 black pages or 8,500 color pages and equivalent to about 50 ink cartridge sets.
This printer features a 2.2″ LCD touchscreen display, wireless connectivity and 150 sheet paper capacity. It also works with Epson Connect allowing you to print your photos and documents using your smartphone, tablet or mobile computer from your home, the office, or from across the world.
What you see above are the ink bottles. If you ever refilled inkjet cartridges back in the day you may be covering your eyes in horror because that was such a messy horrible experience, that is not the case with the EcoTank printers from Epson. The refill bottles have a long tip on them to get down inside of the ink tanks so you do not spill it all over the place and as you can see each tank is clearly labeled so you know which colors go where. This printer was so easy to setup and get working across all of our devices, from Android phones, to iPhones to iPads and Windows PC’s every device in our house can easily print and best of all I do not have to worry about having enough ink. This printer would make an excellent gift for that college student on your list or how about that family that loves to do craft projects? They would love a gift like this. Check it out today and be sure to show Epson some love on facebook, twitter and YouTube.
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