Both Artisan printers feature print, scan, fax, and copy functionality with the added convenience of a top-loading, 30-page auto-document feeder for scanning stacks of prints, hands-free. You can also ditch your camera's USB cable in favor of the onboard media card slots. The printers also let you connect and print from any room in the house thanks to onboard Wi-Fi and Ethernet networking.
Perhaps the most significant hardware upgrade from previous iterations is the new midnight blue finish on the chassis, and the extended smart touch-panel display with an emerald backlight, instead of blue. Finally, the devices are also part of the Epson Connect family that let you print on the run with Epson's mobile print apps for iOS and Blackberry devices.
The Epson Artisan 837 ($300) and the Artisan 730 ($200) will be available in September through retail outlets and online, and look out for reviews of both coming to CNET soon.