Great printer, have not had any problems thus far. Bought to replace a 10 yr old Epson that was still working (updated computer system). Only complaint thus far is that the printer output tray extends but does not retract. Not sure whose brilliant idea that was but otherwise a good product.
In terms of features, the XP-810 does just about everything you could want from a small, three-function all-in-one: print, scan, copy, and fax. It offers both standard Wi-Fi printing and also supports services like Google Cloud Print and Apple’s AirPrint for mobile printing from iOS devices. It also has a 30-sheet auto document feeder and can do automatic two-sided printing.
The XP-810 uses Epson’s MicroPiezo printing technology and Claria Premium ink to produce high-quality prints at a decent price. The cartridges are rated for around 300 pages each, and the unit uses a dedicated photo black supply for deeper blacks. It’s not quite as compact as the XP-610, but it still lives up to its “Small-in-One” moniker with a footprint of 15.4 x 13.4 x 5.4 inches and a manageable 21.5 pounds.
In our tests, the XP-810 clocked some of the fastest speeds we’ve seen for a consumer-level inkjet. With plain paper, it printed at 14 pages per minute. And although photos tend to slow printers down, the XP-810 crawled along faster than most: it took just 12 seconds to print our 4-by-6-inch test photo. In addition, the XP-810 can print onto specialty media and even CDs and DVDs.