Putting the Epson XP-900 printer to the test
I couldn’t wait to put this Espon-XP-900 to the test. I for one am always taking photographs daily of my children on my phone, but although I take these pictures I fear that one day all these pictures would be lost and I will just have memories. So for a while now I have been thinking of what I could do to keep the memories alive and wanting to print and save these pictures to keep as right at this moment I have nothing like that for me and my children to look back on so having this photo printer is just what I needed to start that process.
I purchased Premium Glossy Paper to help get me started for perfect hand held sizes I picked up 6×4 to start me off. I couldn’t believe how simple it was for me to do to print from my phone instantly.
I inserted my 6×4 paper into the printer and adjusted edges of the paper cassette to secure it into the right position. As you can see on the tray there is sizes for all papers to adjust for what you need.
Pushed the tray back in and pulled out the output tray. Selected the photos from my phone that I wanted to print, at first I did this one at a time. Within a second or two the printer is printing out my photos. The photos come out as clear as they are displayed on my phone.
I have printed a selection of holiday snaps I took in France last year, and so happy we can now keep these to hand.
We are all guilty of taking lots of pictures of our children, pets… but how many do you actually print out? Like me I’m guessing not a lot, but with the Epson XP-900 I know I’m going to print a lot of high quality photographs to not only put in frames around the house, but also send to other family members. Nanna Doll loves us sending her photographs of the children as she is not connected to any technology, I have already selected some to print and post over to her when I get some more paper.
Up to now I have printed 25 photos and the ink levels are still really high which is great that it will stand the test of time.