Have you noticed how much paperwork you get when you have a disabled child? Honestly, loads! Letters with appointments, feedback from those appointments, emails with information requests or information you’ve asked for and so many forms to print and sign – usually emailed so they save paper even though you’ll need to print it so no paper ends up being saved at all!
That’s why when Epson offered to send me a new printer to try out I jumped at the chance. Their new ET- 2750 cartridge free printer is not just a printer, it also scans and copies so it’s perfect for me.
The scanner is ideal as it allows me to scan all those important letters to store online, preventing me from having to wade through a stack of paperwork that I haven’t got anywhere to store.
The speedy printer means I can easily print out those forms I need to sign and send back and the scanner means I can scan in the signed copy and whack it in an email to save on a stamp!
The machine was really easy to set up which is ideal as we are all time poor but, from unpacking to set up, it took less than 20 minutes, including connecting to WiFi, before I could print my first document.
The EcoTank has four refillable tanks so you simply fill the tanks with the ink bottles provided and then top them up as and when you need to. No need for printer cartridges, so also great for the environment.
It prints quickly, but quietly and there is an option for double sided printing to save paper, something I think I will be using regularly.
The scanner is simple to use and I was able to scan all my letters and store them in my dropbox so I can access from anywhere.
Read more about the Epson ET-2750 here
This product was gifted to me, but these view are all my own.