High printing speeds of over 9 pages per minute.
Low black-ink cost.
Skin tones on glossy paper are realistic.
Ethernet and WiFi.
Prints, scans, and faxes over network.
Automatic document feeder.
Printing without a computer will save Mother's Day.
Six individual ink tanks.
Automatically switches between 2 paper sources.
Very low resolution for printing black and white text.
Plain-paper print quality is grainy.
Input trays are flimsy.
Input trays are flimsy
Low paper capacity.
Doublesided printing is slow.
Printing 4x6 color images is loud.
By TopTenREVIEWS on June 01, 2010
This printer works well for a home or an office...63
By Macworld on February 18, 2010
The many premium features of the Artisan 810 are appealing, and its ink costs are affordable. We also like the duplexing feature, which is a great way to cut paper costs. Unfortunately, the interface for the touchscreen can prove quite a drag and the...70
By PCWorld on January 25, 2010
This speedy MFP comes loaded, but it should have better overall print quality for the price....70
By PC Mag on December 21, 2009
Packed with features, but limited by low paper capacity, the Epson Artisan 810 is a good fit for both home and light-duty home office...80
By The Imaging Resource on December 16, 2009
Review Date: December 2009 If there's a one-word description for the Epson Artisan 810 multifunction device, it's "ambitious." Unlike most of the all-in-one printers we've reviewed recently, the 810 can fax (even in color),...-
By ComputerPowerUser on December 11, 2009
For many of us, it makes sense to spend slightly more for an all-in-one printer than it does to purchase a standard inkjet or laser printer. You have the convenience of a copier, scanner, and, depending on the unit, fax machine in a single unit similar...80
By Gadling on December 02, 2009
Last year, we took the time to review the Epson Artisan 700 printer. Just like in that article, I'll explain why I feel a good printer deserves some attention here on Gadling. Photos are an essential part of traveling - virtually ever traveler has...-
By Geek.com on November 09, 2009
Epson Artisan 810 The basics The Epson Artisan 810 is a Wi-Fi enabled All-in-One printer/scanner/fax with a whole bunch of premium features, aimed at a sophisticated and creative home or small business user. Street pricesMSRP $299.99, as low as...-
By Mac|Life on November 04, 2009
Epson's Artisan 810 offers quick and easy setup, with stellar print quality that rivals higher-end printers.Artisan 810...100
By JusTech'n on October 21, 2009
I am really impressed with the speed, quality, and how quiet the Artisan 810 is. I don’t think I found a single problem with this printer other than the text quality, but that is a tough area for all inkjets. The MSRP of $299.99 is not too...94