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Epson WorkForce 845 Wireless All-in-One Color Inkjet Printer, Copier, Scanner, Fax (C11CB92201)

Epson WorkForce 845 Wireless All-in-One Color Inkjet Printer, Copier, Scanner, Fax (C11CB92201)

10c07 Epson WorkForce 845 410cWH4G LL. SL160  Epson WorkForce 845 Wireless All in One Color Inkjet Printer, Copier, Scanner, Fax (C11CB92201)

  • World’s fastest all-in-one
  • 15 ISO ppm black, 9.3 ISO ppm color
  • 2-sided ISO ppm: 7.4 blk/5.4clr
  • 500-sheet paper capacity
  • Low ink cost

Performance is Everything. The World’s Fastest two-sided all-in-one, the Workforce 845 delivers high-speed, automatic, two-sided printing, copying, scanning and faxing while providing high quality prints your business deserves. And it makes it easy to print multiple pages with a 500 sheet paper capacity. Save on ink with the included Extra High-capacity ink cartridges up to 40% less printing costs than color lasers, a savings that helps make business printing affordable. Easily share your all-in-one with multiple PCs with built-in wired and wireless networking. Or,use Epson Connect to print from popular mobile devices. Built to perform,this powerful product is the perfect partner to help keep your business running at full speed.

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List Price: $ 199.99

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  1. Thomas W. Payne says:
    81 of 81 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    I LOVE This Printer, November 19, 2011
    By 
    Thomas W. Payne (Broken Arrow, OK United States) –
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    This review is from: Epson WorkForce 845 Wireless All-in-One Color Inkjet Printer, Copier, Scanner, Fax (C11CB92201) (Office Product)

    I have been using HP printers almost exclusively for over 20 years but my last three HP Printers have been getting progressively worse – my last one the HP 6500A was an absolute piece of junk and I am pretty sure it will be my LAST HP product. After a few weeks of research on what printer to move to and considering several Canon, Brother and Epson products I decided that the Epson 845 was probably the printer for me – and boy was I RIGHT! I’ve had this printer for a little over 6 weeks and this printer is AMAZING. I paid $199 and see it for $159 now…after using it I’d gladly pay $299.
    Highpoints:
    Speedy – this printer is much faster than the HP 6500 and the L7500 that I had before.

    Print Quality – I never print photos so I can’t comment on that but for business (I work from home) it is great for Powerpoint presentations and contracts. The 2 sided printing is remarkably easy to use and actually works, something that never happened on the HP 6500.

    Wireless – I have a home office. I and my family all use this printer. I use it for work, my kids for school and college work. This printer joined my wifi nework effortlessly and has given me 0 trouble. Amazingly simpler than my previous HPs and it “warms up” in a fraction of the time my previous HP printers needed.

    Mac Compatible – I have 5 Macs that use this printer. Using HP products I had just accepted that getting printer drivers working on a Mac required carrying the printer around the house and plugging the printer into the Mac that needed to access it was just part of the “setup process”. The Epson 845 was UNBELIEVABLY SIMPLE. All of my Macs (2 iMacs, Macbook Pro, 2 Macbook Airs) all saw the printer on my Wifi network and immediately started working with the printer. I have NEVER had a printer work so well with my Apple Products. It is both Snow Leopard AND Lion compatible.

    Screen – The instrument panel is amazing. It’s HUGE, easy to see, very intuitive and actually folds away when not in use.

    Copier – Awesome! My HPs always made “dark” copies – this one is almost perfect reproduction. Huge upgrade.

    Low Points:
    I only have a few items I’d improve on – not really complaints but nothing is “perfect”

    It’s Big – This is not a petite printer. I’m not sure how much they could shrink it and keep all the features but it is full figured.

    The paper trays and paper guides feel flimsy. The printer is very light despite it’s size but I am worried that I might break one of these trays or the paper guide that catches the paper as it comes out of the printer if I’m not careful. Hasn’t happened but it does worry me. Not sure what you do if this happens.

    Bottom line – for a home / office printer, especially one shared wirelessly between multiple users this printer is an absolute DREAM! HP – I’m never coming back.

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  2. Megapxl says:
    73 of 78 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Epson WorkForce 845 Hands-on Review, October 14, 2011
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    Megapxl (Upstate NY) –

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    This review is from: Epson WorkForce 845 Wireless All-in-One Color Inkjet Printer, Copier, Scanner, Fax (C11CB92201) (Office Product)

    Epson WorkForce 845 Hands-on-Review

    I just purchased and setup an Epson Workforce 845, and couldn’t be happier with its speed, features, and overall value. In fact, I was surprised by the price on Amazon.com-only $199.95 when I purchased it–because I’m sure I paid more last year for the previous model Epson Workforce 840. That Workforce 840 quickly became the main inkjet printer in my home office, replacing two printers from HP and Canon that were once wired via USB to separate computers, and always running out of ink or needing cleaning. In addition to similar speed and high capacity paper trays and ink cartridges shared by the 840 and 845, wireless connectivity is another key reason I purchased the new 845, which has even more wireless features. With the 840, I was able to “cut the cords” at home, and since then my three teenagers and wife have been printing out their homework and email on the 840 using everything from their laptops to their iPhones.
    This time, I got the Workforce 845 just to handle my projects in my office–although when my kids find out they can send me print jobs via the internet using the new Epson Connect feature I’m sure that’s what they’ll do when we run out of paper or ink on the home Workforce 840. Since I’m running a new service business in my area, I needed a printer like the Workforce 845 to print up lots of flyers, handouts, and mailings. Without a doubt, the incredibly fast printing speeds on the Workforce 845 and its dual paper trays (with up to 500 sheet capacity) are going to save me time, while its duplex printing capability will save me money on paper supplies.
    Ok, I admit I’m one of those guys that stick flyers and coupons in your mailbox, in store windows, and on your car’s windshield. In my line of work, doing so brings helps to bring in a lot of business, and that’s one of the reasons I specifically chose the Workforce models and their DuraBrite inks. There’s nothing worse than watching my outdoor flyers turn to unreadable, abstract art when it rains–which I often experienced with flyers I made with my old HP and Canon printers. But the black and color inks on posters and flyers made with the Workforce 840 and 845 appear to be waterproof, and even a hard rain doesn’t wreck them. More likely the rainwater will cause the paper to degrade long before the inks.
    As for print quality, even at its fast default settings, text is very readable on Workforce 845, with high contrast and good detail. I rarely use it to make photo prints, but occasionally family members use it to make prints directly from their digital camera memory cards on glossy 4×6 paper or on plain paper (the memory card slots handle every type of card we have except for the micro-SD cards in our camera phones, which require an SD adapter). The large 3.5-inch color preview monitor on the printer also makes it easy to adjust photos before printing, or select menu items, quality controls, and utility settings. And unlike full-page photo prints made on plain paper with other brands I’ve owned, the Epson prints are instant dry, and don’t buckle up the paper with extra moisture.
    Other features that I’ve found to be well above average on the Workforce 845 are its fast, full-featured flatbed scanner (which rivals many stand-alone scanners for speed, quality, and advanced controls–but doesn’t ship with film holders!) and its related copy speed and quality. The auto document feeder has never jammed on the 840, and it appears to be the exact same mechanism on the 845. The fact that I can operate the printer, scanner, copier, and even the fax from a wifi-connected computer is also pretty amazing.
    With the 840′s wifi, I also found it easy to print email and other documents from my iPad 2, but was bummed that I couldn’t do the same with my Droid Incredible phone. Now the latest versions of Epson’s free iPrint app is available for both Apple and Droid operating systems. These allow you to adjust and crop photos if desired, while Epson’s Email Print lets you use any wireless computer, phone, or tablet to send documents and photos to the printer’s Internet address.
    The only features I’d like to see improved (besides including film holders for the flatbed as mentioned) are the size and capacity of the ink cartridges. I think a printer destined for office use, and sporting a 500 sheet tray, should come with larger capacity ink cartridges than the Extra-high capacity cartridges available for the 845. That way I’d get a break on ink costs over time. But I’ve got to give Epson credit for including a set of the Extra-High Capacity 127 inks in the printer box, and not skimping on the normal capacity 126 inks or even partially-filled starter inks like those found in other manufacturer’s printer boxes.

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  3. Robyn Mitar says:
    60 of 69 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Doesn’t truly support Mac OS X 10.7 Lion, November 28, 2011
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    This review is from: Epson WorkForce 845 Wireless All-in-One Color Inkjet Printer, Copier, Scanner, Fax (C11CB92201) (Office Product)

    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.

    The first thing I noticed when I played with the print settings is that the Fast Economy and Economy print quality is so poor that you have to print in Normal mode just to have text you can actually read. On those 1st two modes, the print came out jagged and letters weren’t filled in all the way. I even changed out the paper to see if it printed any better – it didn’t.

    I then downloaded the Epson i-Print app for my iPhone and printed a picture taken with my new iPhone. I put premium glossy photo paper in the printer and printed five different ways and the pictures came out muddy and with horizontal and vertical lines. There’s no way it could compare to the prints I order from an online digital print company like Shutterfly.

    Epson online support advises that users running Mac OS X 10.6 or 10.7 that wish to use the SCAN BUTTON on the front of the printer MUST connect to the printer with a USB cable. The whole entire Epson Scan software does NOT work with Mac OS X 10.6 or 10.7. (I guess it defeats the whole idea of wireless scanning). Furthermore, the ABBEY FineReader software that is included that converts scanned documents to Editable Text (OCR) is not supported on Mac OS X 10.7 either, contrary to the manufacturer’s representations.

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