Epson XP-440 Review - Free Download Driver
The Epson Expression Home XP-440 Small-in-One Printer ($99.99) is a really compact home all-in-one printer that provides good general output and a broad range of connectivity features. It might not be the smallest house AIO available on the marketplace (that honour goes to the HP Deskjet 3755 All-in-One Printer), but it's more flexible than its tinier competition. Though it does not unseat the Canon Pixma TS8020 as of our best all-in-one geared toward home use, it features the exact good performance and feature collection I have come to expect from Epson's Small-in-One lineup at a very reasonable price.
The Editors' Choice Canon Pixma TS8020 has similar dimensions but is thicker, at 14 pounds.
The tilt-up control panel above the output tray houses a 2.7-inch non-touch color LCD, flanked with a four-way control with central OK button, also buttons with icons for House, Start, and Backspace. The Epson XP-440 includes a rear-loading paper feeder which matches up to 100 sheets of plain paper or 20 sheets of paper. This relatively sparse paper capacity pegs the XP-440 for house use but is less than what we'd consider suitable for a house office.
The Epson XP-440 comprises an automatic document feeder (ADF) for scanning or copying multipage documents unattended, another feature often left off of budget house machines. A memory-card reader takes cards in the SD family.
The Epson XP-440 can connect to your computer via USB (but not Ethernet), to your network by 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi, or make a direct peer link with a compatible device through Wi-Fi Direct. It's Apple AirPrint compatible, Mopria-certified for effortless printing to Android devices, and supports Google Cloud Print. In Addition, it supports the package of Epson Link software solutions including Email Print, Epson Creative Printing, Epson iPrint, Epson Remote Printing, and Epson Scan to Cloud. I tested it on a USB connection with the driver set up onto a PC operating Windows 10 Professional.
On our entire business suite--that in addition to the aforementioned Word document includes documents with photographs and images as well as textI clocked it at a mean of 4ppm. One of the few differences between the Epson XP-440 along with the Epson XP-430 is a modest increase in ranked rate for 10ppm for printing in black out of the XP-430's 9ppm, however I cannot compare them because we analyzed the Epson XP-430 with our previous routine to a Windows Vista machine. The Canon TS8020 was considerably quicker in printing our Word document (11.4ppm) plus a quicker (4.4ppm) in print out the whole suite. The HP Deskjet 3755 was considerably slower, at 4.3ppm such as your Word file and only 1.2ppm for the whole suite.
A Wiz at Text and Graphics Printing
Text quality in my testing had been above par for a inkjet, good for many home, school, or business correspondence including resumes but short of what you would want for demanding desktop publishing software.
Graphics quality was above par for a inkjet, great enough for company use up to and including PowerPoint handouts, even ones moving to important customers. Many wallpapers showed mild banding, a normal pattern of poor striations, although not to the level where anyone but a serious perfectionist (or reviewer) will be very likely to notice.
Photo quality was slightly subpar for a inkjet. There was a lack of detail in brighter areas in many prints, and that I detected posterization--abrupt changes in colour where they need to be slow. There was an obvious improvement in our monochrome test.
As the foundation model in Epson's Small-in-One lineup, the Epson XP-440 employs four ink tanks. A higher-end (and more photo-centric) model, the Epson Expression Premium XP-640 Small-in-One Printer, utilizes five ink tanks, including a photograph black, also had considerably better picture quality within our testing.
Epson does not quote cost-per-page figures for its own printers, but based on the purchase price and yield figures of their cheapest cartridges, the running costs workout to 6.2 cents per black page and 18.2 cents per color page. The Epson XP-440's ink costs are somewhat less than the HP Deskjet 3755 All-in-One Printer (8.7 cents per black page and 19 cents per color page), in case you should buy HP's highest-capacity cartridges separately. A lot of people buying that model would likely choose to combine HP's Prompt Ink subscription program, which can provide significant cost savings, particularly for colour pages.
The Epson Expression Home XP-440 Small-in-One Printer provides a basic feature set for home printing, with modest newspaper capacity and lacking additional office-centric attributes such as an ADF, an auto-duplexer, along with facsimile capabilities. It's solid print rate, and decent text and graphics quality (though it came up a little short in its photo-printing acumen.) It can no longer be the tiniest house all-around, since the XP-430 arguably has been, but it is better rounded compared to the HP 3755 (and much faster). You will pay more up front for the Editors' Choice Canon Pixma TS8020, but it is going to provide you better photo quality. The XP-440 may help save you room on your desk, but, with its comparatively high running costs, it may be more expensive than the Canon model in the long term.
Packed with convenient and practical features, the Expression Home XP-440 Small-in-One printer makes everyday printing a breeze. Its hi-res 2.7" color LCD makes setup and navigation easy. Use the built-in card slot1 to print borderless photos PC-free. Plus, affordable individual inks mean you only need to replace the cartridge that runs out. The compact XP-440 allows you to print from virtually anywhere, with or without a network — even from your iPad®, iPhone®, Android™ tablet or smartphone. And, its 100-sheet paper capacity means you’ll reload paper less often. You can also print Instagram® and Facebook® photo collages and more with Epson’s Creative Print App.
Simple setup and navigation — large, hi-res 2.7" color LCD to easily print, copy and scan
Complete wireless solution — easy iPad, iPhone, Android tablet and smartphone printing; includes Wi-Fi Direct® for network-free printing
Affordable individual ink cartridges — replace only the cartridge that runs out
Creative Print mobile app — easily create custom borderless photo collages from Instagram, print stationery and more
Reload paper less often — 100-sheet paper capacity
Easily adjust and print photos — built-in memory card slot1 for PC-free borderless photo printing; includes tools for red-eye removal, photo restoration and more
Scan and share — includes bonus software to automatically scan to Facebook and the cloud4
Small size, great performance — compact, space-saving design
Truly touchable photos and documents — instant-dry ink for smudge, fade and water resistant prints
Windows 10 (32-bit, 64-bit)
Windows XP SP3 (32-bit)
Windows XP Professional x64 Edition SP
Mac OS® X, 10.6.8 – macOS™ 10.12.x
Eco Features :
ENERGY STAR® qualified
Save up to 50% on paper with manual two-sided printing
Epson America, Inc. is a SmartWay™ Transport Partner
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