Don’t Waste Your Photos on Instagram
My phone is full of photos and it’s a huge waste.
Back when I bought my phone, I chose that specific device because it had the best camera of them all. For the times when I want to take extra special photos, I take my camera with me and use that instead. Once the photos are taken, I edit them and upload them to my Dropbox or Google Drive.
But then I leave them.
My wife has been making photo books, which all look beautiful, but after being shown around, end up on the shelf.
So I’ve made it a point to print more of my images. From snowy landscapes to summer snaps of my daughter splashing around in the pool, I want to make sure that our special memories are on-show.
I know that the Epson WF-2860 ‘Workforce’ isn’t designed for photography-level printing and is focused clearly on being the home office all-in-one printer that scans, prints, copies, faxes, and can be used on a network (via either WiFi or Ethernet).
- Get Laser-Quality Performance — the WorkForce WF-2860, powered by PrecisionCore.
- Packed with features — all in one compact, space-saving design.
- Enhance your productivity — 150-sheet paper capacity; plus, a 30-page Auto Document Feeder for copying and scanning.
- Everything you need, right at your fingertips — 2.4″ color touchscreen to easily print, copy, scan and fax.
- Save paper — auto 2-sided printing.
However, I want to put this bad boy through it’s paces:
So there you have it. The Epson WorkForce WP-2860 should be renamed as ‘Work Horse’. It will keep your home office running and has everything you could need from a printer. I really liked the easy set-up and the responsive touchscreen. Also, the ink cartridges are individually replaceable which makes them much cheaper than having to buy the whole set for when your yellow seems to be used up.
When did I even print anything yellow?
Disclaimer: Thank you to Epson for providing me with this printer in return for my honest review. All words are my own. Oh, and there are a couple of Amazon affiliate links in this article, which means I get a few pennies from Amazon if you buy stuff. Thanks!