Dimensions W x D x H:
425 x 475 x 220 mm
Double Sided Print Size:
First Page Out (Seconds):
Max Paper Size:
Max Paper Weight:
Pages Per Min Colour:
Pages Per Min Mono:
Paper Handling Output:
5760 x 1400
AirPrint,Google Cloud Print,Mobile
The Epson Expression Photo XP-55 is a colour inkjet printer that is perfect for photographers looking for a superior quality of print when it comes to their photos. Specifically designed to produce unrivalled colours, the XP-55 uses Epsons Claria Photo HD ink an impressive, six-colour inkset that provides you with long-lasting photos. Coming with Wi-Fi connectivity, this Epson photo printer allows you to print directly to the device from a whole range of mobiles and tablets. The Expression Photo XP-55 offers great versatility, too, with dual paper trays allowing for printing on A4 or glossy paper. Theres also a specialty media feed for thicker card, as well as the ability to print on CDs and DVDs. A cost-effective, high-quality photo printer that you can rely on.
- Software (CD)
- Setup Guide
- Power Cable
- Main Unit
- Individual Ink Cartridges
Customer Questions & Answers
Q: Is this printer compatible with Windows XP?
Question by: Ronnie on 6 Dec 2016 01:03:00
A: Hi Ronnie,
Thanks for getting in touch.
Yes I can confirm that this printer is compatible with Windows XP. Here's a quick link to the brochure incase you need any further information - http://www.printerbase.co.uk/media/pdf/epson-photo-xp-55.pdf
I hope this helps.
The Printerbase Team
Answer by: Danial McKenna (Admin) on 6 Dec 2016 14:54:00
Q: How does the printer print on to CD/DVD’s?
Question by: Tom on 27 Mar 2018 10:40:00
A: Hi Tom, thanks for getting in touch.
The Epson Expression Photo XP-55 has a special CD/DVD tray, which is used to print directly on CD’s. If you are wanting to print directly on to a CD you will need to use printable CD/DVD’s – https://www.printerbase.co.uk/printer-paper/printable-cd-dvd.html
I hope this helps
The Printerbase Team
Answer by: Danial McKenna (Admin) on 27 Mar 2018 12:48:00
Q: What is the smallest page size this prints on and does it do bordless printing? Also what is the max gsm paper it can handle?
Question by: Mr Prem Patel on 28 Apr 2018 00:43:00