Printed photos are experiencing a revival at the moment, but you don’t need to go to a special lab. Here’s our favorite options for making quality prints, from pocket-sized printers to wide-format photo printers capable of spitting out…
Sometimes it's nice to have something physical to hold onto in a digital world. Check out our current picks for the best wide-format photo printers, so you can take your amazing photos from camera to the walls of your home.
Need a new printer for the home or office, but don't want to spend tons of money? Here's our picks for the best cheap printers you can buy for around $100 with Wi-Fi support and high-print quality guaranteed.
No matter how much of life moves into the digital space, there's always a place for physical documents, and thus printers. We've rounded up some of the best printers around, so you can find one that suits your needs.
Epson's batch photo scanner just got faster -- the new Epson FastFoto FF-680W scans a photo a second and can also automatically upload the scans to Google Drive and Dropbox. The scanner also includes software with text recognition.
The latest Epson WorkForce Pro uses a smaller design and smaller ink tanks -- but the ET-8700 still ships with enough ink to last the average small business two years. The all-in-one printer uses Epson's cartridge-free ink design.
With up to 46 hours of battery life with GPS tracking activated, the Epson ProSense line of running watches are built to track distance, speed, and heart rate for endurance athletes who run long distances.
The family of Epson Home Cinema projectors just got a lot bigger, including the new HC 660, 760HD, 1060, 2100, and 2150. The latest lineup packs in portable models with entry-level prices so virtually anyone can procure a massive screen at…
Epson unveiled its latest projector, the Home Cinema 1450, which features 4,200 lumens of brightness and can be used for games and sports in addition to serving as the centerpiece of your home theater.
Epson's latest $99 printer is an all-in-one with a number of connectivity conveniences, including mobile photo printing even without a wireless network in range and an app for editing printable photo projects.
Epson's high-end 17 inch scanner is getting both faster and more conservative -- with energy use anyways -- with the 12000XL. The scanners are designed for photographers, graphic artists and even forensic labs.
Built for professionals on the go, the portable scanner can be plugged into a wall or powered straight over a USB connection. It features a 20-page automatic document feeder and can save files straight to Dropbox and Google Drive.