Wanted to like it, but flimsy and eventually broke
Ashton Pitts "ashtonpitts", Amazon
29 December 2011
Summary: I researched and researched. On the stats, this Epson 845 seemed liked the best, so I bought it. 1.5 months into owning it, the bottom paper tray stopped feeding paper. This ended up being a blessing in disguise (thanks to J&R Music whom I bought it through via Amazon). Epson of course said I had to pay for shipping for it to be repaired and be without it for 2-3 weeks.
Summary: After my HP OfficeJet died after 6 1/2 years, I began doing an in-depth analysis of all mid-range All-In-Ones multi-function printers that met my wish list. There was a tie between the Epson Workforce 875, the Canon Pixma line of AIO's, and the HP AIO's. I decided to go with the Epson because of the features, the reviews, and the price. It's only been 4 hours but I've decided to return it.
Summary: " The 845 was easy to set up, but has some compatibility issues with Macs. Everything went great with the wireless set up, but I had to connect the 845 to the Mac with a USB cable to allow scanning to the Mac. I can't print pdf files. The 845 simply cancels the print job citing a Library Error. Other than that, the speed and quality of the printing or excellent. Loaded with a lot of great features especially for PC users.