Reviews and Problems with Epson WorkForce Pro WP-4535
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Epson WorkForce Pro WP-4535 DWF
17 May 2013
Summary: I was very happy wwhen I calculated the savings I will make by using that Inkjet All in on instead of my old Laserjet printer, so I went straight to buy it. but when it came to set it up, what a drag, I felt like I needed a PHD to do that.
Summary: Both my wife and I are self-employed and wanted to improve the quality of our printing while maintaining wireless connection and a double-sided facility. We expected to have to pay for a laser printer but a very helpful contact at one of the providers I Googled suggested the WP-4535, one of a new...
Summary: I have one of these printers. Actually the WP-4525 model, which is the same machine but without wireless connectivity, and it's even cheaper. If you would be putting it near to your broadband modem/router anyway, then get that one and an RJ45 cable, as you'll save money but still be able to access...
Summary: I bought this after reading a couple of highly recommended reviews - some stating that it was almost as fast as a laser printer and had comparable quality. Though a little large for the smaller office it is a heavyweight (not physically!
Summary: I purchased this printer on behalf of my employers, a small family led charity. We were looking for a printer/scanner/copier that provided fast, quality printing, didn't cost the earth and had reasonable ongoing consumables cost.
Summary: I've been running this printer for about 2 months with no problems. Works very well as a network printer and works well as a photocopier with automatic feed, 1 to 2 sided 2 sided to 2 sided etc. When printing 2 sided can be accessed from properties on screen. It just works and works well.
Summary: This is a big fat workhorse for the small office. Print costs are low, quality is high, speed is high, setup is easy. Generally it is very good. This particular unit gave up after 12 months of daily use, i.e. 50 - 100 pages daily.
Summary: 6 days in. Cautiously impressed. Fast, quality and really good economy. If you're in a home-office situation like me and print a fair bit, then it seems to be perfect. All for under £200, and then there's the cashback and extended warranty if you claim them before end of September.