Epson XP-830 Printer Driver, Software, Firmware and Support Download For Windows, Mac OS, and Linux – The Expression Premium XP-830 wireless Small-in-One printer delivers superior photo quality and versatility, ideal for creative projects. A 30-page Auto Document Feeder and auto 2-sided printing, copying, scanning and faxing saves time, while the auto-extend/retract output tray offers added convenience. Print vivid, borderless photos up to 8″ x 10″, or on specialty paper1 and DVDs. Easily print from your tablet or smartphone2 — with or without a router — at home or on the go. Get 4″ x 6″ photos in as fast as 12 seconds3. The intuitive 4.3″ touchscreen makes tasks simple. And, you can print Facebook® photos, coloring books and more with Epson’s Creative Print App.
- 4-in-1 with Wireless & Photo: Print / Copy / Scan / Fax
- Ink: Claria® Premium Ink
- ISO Print Speed†: Black: 14.0 ISO ppm; Color: 11.0 ISO ppm
Note: This printer is designed for use with Epson cartridges only, not third-party cartridges or ink.
Epson Expression Premium XP-830 – Design and Features
Kitted out in a combination of matte and glossy black plastics, the XP-830 manages to look small and neat, particularly when not in use, thanks to its output tray and control panel that can slide and fold away into its front. It has a neat Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) built into its top, with a folding cover which opens to become the feed tray.
The main control panel takes the form of an 11cm touchscreen that serves up all the printer’s functions. It’s not brilliantly built and has a fair bit of give when you poke it, but it’s otherwise reasonable.
There are two paper trays mounted one above the other: there’s a plain paper tray and a photo paper tray for sheets with dimensions of up to 13 x 18cm. The photo tray has a capacity of 20 sheets, which is adequate, but the plain paper tray can only take 100 sheets – pathetically few, even for a home machine. There’s also a single-sheet feed at the back of the machine which gives a straight-through paper path for thicker media, such as card.
At the front there are ports for both SD cards and USB devices such as cameras and USB sticks. At the bottom of the front panel is a pull-out CD/DVD caddie, so you can directly print on disc.
There are USB and Ethernet sockets at the rear, but, as usual, a Wi-Fi connection is the most versatile, with smartphones and PCs in other rooms able to send files over your network.
Bundled software includes a scanner driver and a web print utility. The five ink cartridges – there are two blacks, with one dedicated to photo printing – slot in easily once you’ve hinged back the scanner section.