Home Office Must Have: Epson Expression Home XP-430

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If you know me in real life, you know that I'm kind of printer challenged...which is a bit of a problem considering I work from home. Just ask my hubs. I'm sure he would love to never have to hear, "Honey, can you scan something for me," again. Haha! It seems like I'm forever having to print or scan something for myself or even the kids, so having a reliable, yet user friendly, printer is most necessary. Thank goodness for the Epson Expression Home XP-430. If you're looking for a budget friendly home printer that won't take up a ton of space, but comes packed with a ton of extras, this baby is for you.

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So, let's talk about why the features of the XP-430 are perfect for busy moms...First, it comes with all the ink cartridges you need. I don't know about you, but I hate having to worry about running around trying to find extra parts when I buy home office equipment. All in one kinda packaging is my jam. And even when a certain color runs out, you only have to replace that color...not a the whole big multi-color cartridge.

Next, let's talk ease of use...as in it's SUPER easy to use. Intuitive navigation means you'll have everything figured out before you can finish a cup of coffee. And considering how quickly I can gulp down java, that's pretty fast, but I digress...I'm talking about features like scanning to Facebook and the Cloud, Apple and Android direct print capabilities, PC free printing (hello handy dandy SD card slot), and even remote printing. What more do you need?

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And finally, I can't leave out what you creative types can do with this printer...There is a collage printing feature that works with Instagram. I feel a Pinterest worthy project coming on. Perhaps I'll work on a calendar filled with my mom's favorite people, her grandkids? Stay tuned!

Disclosure: We were not paid for this post. We received a sample for review.

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