The printer has a 2.5-inch LCD screen, making it easy to perform minor edits on the printer itself. Also included is PictBridge support, a memory card slot, copying and a scanning function at 1,200DPI resolution.
The printer uses Claria Photographic Ink, which Epson boasts will make for prints that last 200 years. It comes with a pack of photo paper to get you started right away. You can get the Epson Stylus Photo PX650 on September 1st for about $215 in the UK, with a US release occurring soon after.