Home Home Tech Epson's ultimate Expression Home range of printers

The ultimate expression of Epson's range of home printers has arrived, dubbed "small-in-ones with Wi-Fi" and ideal for home printing.

Epson Australia has unveiled its latest Expression Home range: the XP-240, XP-245, XP-340, XP-344, XP-440 and XP-442, all with new designs, faster speeds and updated firmware.

Promising "easy mobile printing connectivity", these beautifully described "small-in-one" printers are billed as "neat and compact, while being simple to use, affordable to run and ideal for home printing".

In addition, Epson says its new Expression Home range "makes it easy to save money with its individual Inks".

Because the different colours can be "purchased separately, it means that only the colour used needs to be replaced".

This means "users can also be confident that there’s no compromise on quality; the ink has been specially designed to produce glossy photos and crisp, clean documents".

And, rather than be confined to a desk, "many people want the freedom to print from a smartphone or tablet, or even when they’re on the go".

As such, the Expression Home range has "flexible, timesaving and convenient features that make it quick and simple to print".

Thus, with Wi-Fi, it’s possible to send items to print wirelessly from around the home, and so you'll find the XP-340, XP-344, XP440 and XP-442 also boast Wi-Fi Direct, meaning it’s straightforward to print wirelessly without a network.

The free downloadable Epson Connect mobile apps (available with all Expression Home models) provide further versatility, and these are Epson iPrint and Epson Creative Print. 

Epson iPrint lets users print and scan wirelessly, while the Epson Creative Print app lets users print photos directly from Facebook, create custom greeting cards, turn photos into colouring book templates, and plenty more.

In addition, the Epson Email Print feature "allows files to be directly sent to the printer from almost anywhere in the world. Making it easy to print photos without a PC, the XP-340, XP-344, XP440 and XP-442 also include a colour LCD screen and memory card slot".

And yes, the all-in-one in small-in-one still means these new Expression Home models neatly combine a printer, scanner and copier in one compact and space-saving unit.

Fashion and style are important too, with Epson helping these models to better blend into modern living spaces thanks to "a stylish, sophisticated and slim design".

The new models are available now from Epson, OfficeWorks, Harvey Norman, JB HiFi, Good Guys and "all good Epson resellers and retailers across Australia."

More on the new Epson Expression Home range is here.


It's YOW's 10th anniversary this year and we would like to celebrate with you. YOW! proudly invites you to join us at Celebrating 10 years of YOW! – Dinner with Speakers.

An intimate networking experience, YOW! Dinner with Speakers offers attendees the opportunity to gain industry and career insights on a more personal level with YOW! speakers from the 2018 conference.

An intimate networking experience, YOW! Dinner with Speakers offers attendees the opportunity to gain industry and career insights on a more personal level with YOW! speakers from the 2018 conference.

Book a table of 10, bring a friend, or come by yourself and make new friends!

Register now for YOW! Dinner with Speakers:

· Sydney on Thursday November 29
· Brisbane on Tuesday December 3
· Melbourne on Thursday December 6



Australia is a cyber espionage hot spot.

As we automate, script and move to the cloud, more and more businesses are reliant on infrastructure that has the high potential to be exposed to risk.

It only takes one awry email to expose an accounts’ payable process, and for cyber attackers to cost a business thousands of dollars.

In the free white paper ‘6 Steps to Improve your Business Cyber Security’ you’ll learn some simple steps you should be taking to prevent devastating and malicious cyber attacks from destroying your business.

Cyber security can no longer be ignored, in this white paper you’ll learn:

· How does business security get breached?
· What can it cost to get it wrong?
· 6 actionable tips



Ransomware attacks on businesses and institutions are now the most common type of malware breach, accounting for 39% of all IT security incidents, and they are still growing.

Criminal ransomware revenues are projected to reach $11.5B by 2019.

With a few simple policies and procedures, plus some cutting-edge endpoint countermeasures, you can effectively protect your business from the ransomware menace.


Alex Zaharov-Reutt

One of Australia’s best-known technology journalists and consumer tech experts, Alex has appeared in his capacity as technology expert on all of Australia’s free-to-air and pay TV networks on all the major news and current affairs programs, on commercial and public radio, and technology, lifestyle and reality TV shows. Visit Alex at Twitter here.


Popular News




Sponsored News