Epson ET-2750 Review – The Perfect Uni printer

Its hard to believe that in about 5 weeks time Xene will have finished her first year at university! Thankfully she is loving it and was so glad she made the decision to wait a year before going.

At the moment she is busy house hunting for next year as they all have to find new accommodation once out of halls, so its all go!

Each time she has been home during the year she has been doing an awful lot of scanning and printing at home, because the cost of printing at university is quite high, especially on a bursary!

So when Epson asked if we would like to review the Epson ET-2750, of course I said we would love to!

The cartridge-free EcoTank comes with three years’ worth of ink included, which means I can’t imagine Xene running out of ink anytime during the rest of her studies. It says it┬áprovides a solution for busy households, so that is certainly the one for us!

It features an enhanced ink filling system and new ink bottles engineered for mess-free refills, which means I won’t get covered in different coloured ink like with previous printers we have had.

It also includes a 3.7cm LCD screen, SD card slot and double-sided printing.

The biggest bonus for me (and Xene) is that it has the SD card slot meaning that she doesn’t always have to attach it to a pc, she can just print straight from her SD card, instead of loading it onto the PC then printing out.

It also has Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi Direct, so you can send documents to print from smart devices using the Epson iPrint app too, meaning there is no excuse for not getting work in on time, even if you are on the go!

It is a 3 in 1 printer, not only does it do super fast printing (with the option for double sided) but it also scans and copies, so it has everything we would need it for.

The printer came well packaged and all the loose components were taped down, so no chance of anything getting damaged in transit.

We are huge fans of Epson printers and we have used an eco tank before, although we had no problems with filling our previous one, there is a noticeable difference with these bottles, making filling the tanks much easier.

The instructions were very straight forward and it took us less than 20 minutes to have it up and running ready for Xene’s latest project. Although it appears I seem to be doing all of the printing for her at the moment as she isn’t going to take it to Hartlepool until her second year!

As Xene won’t be moving to her new property until September I shall be looking after it for her until then, and making use of the speedy but quiet printing!

If this sounds like the perfect printer for your busy household (I can definitely vouch that it is great for one of those!) You can find out more about the Epson ET-2750 here

Who knows maybe it will help this big family and their organised chaos!

We were sent this printer for the purpose of the review, all thoughts and opinions are my own.

1 thought on “Epson ET-2750 Review – The Perfect Uni printer”

  1. I’ve noticed since my daughter started high school that we are expected to print a lot of her homework out so we had to get a printer. We seem to get through a lot of ink!


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