The Epson EcoTank ET-4760 is a very good printer overall. Instead of using traditional, disposable ink cartridges that you replace once empty, it has four separate ink tanks that you refill yourself. It has an outstandingly high print yield, so you don't need to refill the tanks very often. The replacement ink bottles aren't too expensive, which makes this printer very cost-efficient. It also prints more quickly than most inkjet printers we've tested. It has a flatbed and sheetfed scanner with an automatic document feeder (ADF) but doesn't do duplex scanning. It's also not the best at printing photos, and it struggles to reproduce colors accurately when printing documents as well. All things considered, it's a versatile, well-rounded printer that's suitable for most uses.
The Epson EcoTank ET-4760 is a very good mixed usage printer. Thanks to its economical supertank ink system, it's a cost-efficient option for families, students, and small businesses. It's fairly compact, prints quite quickly, and has lots of different connectivity options. It's not the best at printing photos, though, and color documents have disappointing color accuracy. That said, it's still a good overall multipurpose printer.
The Epson EcoTank ET-4760 is a good family printer. Its cost-per-print ratio is excellent and it prints a very large number of copies before you need to refill its ink tanks. It has lots of scanning features and a good mobile app too. However, its photo printing quality is only decent, and it has disappointing color accuracy when printing documents. If you mostly just print things for use around the house, then this shouldn't be an issue.
The Epson EcoTank ET-4760 is a very good printer for home or small offices. It prints a remarkably high number of pages on a full tank of ink, so you don't have to worry about your business day being frequently interrupted by empty ink cartridges. It also has a sheetfed scanner with an automatic document feeder (ADF) so you can scan multiple documents at once. It doesn't do duplex scanning, however, and the printing speed can be a bit slow for a busy office.
The Epson EcoTank ET-4760 is a great student printer. It's remarkably cost-efficient for an inkjet printer thanks to its economical supertank system. You have to put it through some seriously heavy usage before needing to refill the ink tanks, and the ink bottles don't cost too much to replace. It doesn't print as quickly as a laser printer, but it's a lot faster than most inkjet printers, which is great when you have a report to hand in at the last minute. It's missing some more advanced connectivity options, like Bluetooth, but since it supports both AirPrint and Mopria, this shouldn't be an issue if a classmate needs to print something in your dorm.
The Epson EcoTank ET-4760 is an impressive black and white printer. The supertank system holds a lot of ink, resulting in a remarkably high print yield. The black ink replacement bottles don't cost very much, so the cost of black-only printing is outstandingly low. While this printer still prints decently quickly, it's not quite as fast as a monochrome laser printer. It's also a bit of a hassle to refill the ink tanks. That said, it's still a great printer if you only print in black and white.
The Epson ET-4760's design is okay. The body of the printer feels sturdy and the output tray has a good width. The ink levels are visible and the scanner lid stays up if needed. It also lifts a bit higher to scan a magazine or journal but not enough for a thicker book. To access the supertank, you have to lift not only the scanner lid but the section under the glass as well. It's a bit of a pain but does give you easy access to paper jams.
The Epson ET-4760 is a bit on the heavier side, but it's still quite small considering it has an ADF sheetfed scanner. The supertank juts out slightly on one side, but it should still fit in most home offices or dorm rooms.
This printer's display is okay. The screen itself is touch-sensitive and there are two physical buttons on the control panel to quickly access the home and help menus. The screen isn't super clear, but it's still easy enough to use if you're looking at it directly. The control panel also swivels up and down to improve visibility whether you're seated or standing. It's hard to see the screen from the side, though, and there's some lag when navigating the menu.
The Epson ET-4760 has an excellent supertank ink system. Instead of using traditional disposable cartridges, it has four high-capacity ink tanks that you refill yourself. They hold a lot of ink and last a remarkably long time. Even if you're printing very regularly, you won't need to refill the tanks often, let alone buy new bottles of ink.
While you can technically fill the supertanks with any third-party ink, we didn't try it and don't recommend doing so. Low-quality ink could damage the print heads, and, unlike standard inkjet printers, the ink can't be simply removed if there's a problem. Using third-party supplies could also void your warranty.
The Epson EcoTank ET-4760 has great scanning features. There's a flatbed scanner with a good scan resolution and color depth for photos, as well as a sheetfed Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) to quickly scan multiple documents in a row. However, you can only scan one side of your documents at a time.
The Epson ET-4760's cost-per-print is remarkably low. The ink bottles aren't very expensive, and this printer gets a lot of use out of them. Even if you print very heavily, it'll take quite some time before the cost of ink puts a significant dent in your wallet.
The Epson ET-4760 has a good printing speed. It prints documents in black and white much faster than the Epson Expression ET-2750 does, although it's not that much quicker at handling color documents. It also prints photos very slowly. On the upside, its input tray holds quite a bit of plain paper.
The Epson ET-4760 has disappointing color accuracy. It shouldn't be too much of an issue for regular, everyday printing, but it'll be a problem if you rely on good color accuracy for your work or trade.
Photo printing quality is decent. While there's good precision in the details, the colors have a flat tone. The yellow in particular isn't very vibrant, and there is banding present in the grayscale.
These results are based on the actual physical photo, not the scanned image provided for reference above, which may not be representative of the printer's photo print quality.
This printer has an adjustable input tray in the front that fits most popular paper sizes.
This printer has great connectivity features. You can set it up on your home network with your Wi-Fi router either by connecting it via Ethernet or configuring it wirelessly. You can also use Wi-Fi Direct if you don't have a wireless router. It doesn't support Bluetooth but does work with both AirPrint and Mopria for mobile printing.
The Epson iPrint app is good. You can print, scan, and copy directly from the app, perform maintenance tasks like firmware updates or printhead cleaning, and check the ink levels.