The XP-400 has a slender footprint and a convenient touch panel. It also has Wi-Fi and Apple AirPrint support. It comes with high-capacity cartridges to minimize the cost per page. It prints at 8.7 ISO ppm for black and 4.5 ppm for color, and has a maximum optimized print resolution of 5760x1440. It uses Epson's DURABrite ink, which is designed to be smudge, water and fade resistant and can last up to 118 years for archival quality photos.
Epson's Expression Home XP-400 is an inexpensive all-in-one that produces excellent photo prints and offers easy wireless printing for your home or small office. It has a 2.5-inch color LCD screen and an intuitive, easy-to-use touch panel with contextually lit controls (they only show up when needed). It supports Wi-Fi Direct for direct printing from mobile devices without connecting to your router. It has a flatbed scanner with an optical resolution of 1200 dpi, and the printer can also function as a standalone copier and fax machine.
The XP-400 has a compact footprint and a handy front panel that tilts up to reveal a flatbed scanner and a single memory card slot. It can handle paper up to 8.5 inches wide and has space for 100 sheets in its tray. It has a manual feed slot for longer documents, too. Scan performance was fast, and it supports TWAIN scanning for use with any software that supports it. The included software is a basic version of Epson Scan, and you can also download Picasa 3 or another TWAIN-compatible program.