Epson SureColor P900 review | Top Ten Reviews

The Epson SureColor P900 is the latest in a long line of the company’s high-end, large-format photo printers, aimed squarely at professional and enthusiast photographers. It’s a significant upgrade over the preceding SureColor P800 model, and a step up size-wise over the 13-inch/A3+ SureColor P700, the latter having a very similar design and running on the same range of ten pigment-based inks, although the P900’s cartridges have double the capacity.

Epson SureColor P900: Key specs

Type: 17-inch/A2+ photo printer
Other functions: None
Color: Yes
Max print size: 17 x 129 inches
Display screen: 4.3-inch color touchscreen
Connection type: USB 3.0, 100 Mbit Ethernet, Wi-Fi 2.4 and 5 GHz
LCD preview screen: 4.3-inch color touchscreen
Dimensions: 24.2 x 14.5 x 7.8 inches
Weight: 35.3 lbs
Warranty: 1 year full exchange

Compared with 11-inch/A4 and even 13-inch/A3+ photo printers, the P900 gives supersized output. As such, it does full justice to the relatively high megapixel count of current and recent digital cameras, while outputting prints of around 17×22-inch/A2+, large enough to frame and exhibit in a gallery or hang on your wall at home. The P900 can output even larger, panoramic prints if you buy Epson’s roll feed adapter, which is sold separately as an optional extra.

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