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Epson WorkForce 845 Wireless All-in-One Color Inkjet Printer, Copier, Scanner, Fax, iOS/Tablet/Smartphone/AirPrint Compatible (C11CB92201)
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- Scanner Type: Color flatbed, automatic two-sided ADF
- 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, Voltage: 100v - 120v
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WorkForce 845 All-in-One
Print | Copy | Scan | Fax | Wi-Fi
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.
WHAT THE PRESS IS SAYING:
"The WorkForce 845 is made for users in the small office and home office market due to its energy efficiency, price, and functionality." ~PrinterComparison.com, (January 17, 2012)
Up to 40% lower printing cost than color laser
500-sheet paper capacity with two trays
Extra High-capacity ink cartridges — get about 2x more prints
Epson Connect — instant wireless printing from popular mobile devices
World’s Fastest automatic two-sided printing
SPEED AND IMAGE QUALITY
World's Fastest two-sided print speeds
Save time without sacrificing quality
Professional quality output
Vibrant color documents and laser sharp black text
Print from your smartphone, iPad, tablet and more
Instant-dry, smudge and water resistant inks
Individual ink cartridges allow you to replace only the color you need
Up to 40% lower printing costs
Get professional quality color at an affordable price
Get 2x more prints
With available Extra High-capacity cartridges
Large paper tray
Holds up to 500 sheets, for high-volume print needs
Automatic two-sided printing/copying/scanning
Save up to 50% of your paper supply
What is ISO ppm?
ISO ppm is based on the international standard for measuring print speed. Black and color print speeds are determined in default, single-side mode, in accordance with ISO/IEC 24734. Actual print times will vary based on system configuration, software, and page complexity.
See www.epson.com/printspeed for details, including complete ISO reports.
WHAT'S IN THE BOX
EPSON INK SUPPLIES
EPSON PAPER SUPPLIES
Top Customer Reviews
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.
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.Read more ›
The WorkForce 845 is a solid all-in-one device. Not only can it network (give multiple computers the ability to connect to it at the same time), but there are two different ways to do so. Ethernet (plugs directly into your router), and Wi-Fi (can wireless connect to the router to avoid lengthy/messy cords)--there is also the traditional USB option (which is generally used to hookup one computer). In an office environment, the capability to network is invaluable.
Ink vs. Toner alternatives:
Speaking of an office environment, EPSON boasts that this printer is a great alternative to laser printers. At the time of this review, it looks like ink replacements will cost around $70 (color and black). On a HP Laserjet CM1415FNW, the full toner kit currently costs $254.99. I did come across a third-party toner set for $84.90 (Remanufactured, I believe) which is closer to the price range of the WorkForce 845's inkjet cartridges. Though met with mixed reviews, the cheaper toner for the HP boasts 2,000 pages for black and 1,300 for color. Whereas the black cartridge for the WorkForce reports a maximum yield of 940 pages with each color cartridge lasting up to 755 pages. Doing the math, the cheaper toner goes further than the inkjet, so the 40% printing savings could be considered a bit skewed when comparing all options.Read more ›
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.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this printer in 2012, it's a backup printer. In the time I have owned it I have not used one entire package of paper! It is a miserable piece of equipment ! Read morePublished 18 days ago by Carol Bentley
This is my current printer after having an HP laserjet for many years. Functionalitywise it works well, scanner, printer, copy machine function. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Amazon Customer
So this printer is OK. It's pretty easy to setup and operate. It has decent Mac support, which is better than a lot of printers like HP. Print quality is good. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ghetto Investor
have had this printer since 10 2012 now and it has worked great, i recommend it to any printer users.Published 2 months ago by J
I have had the printer for a couple of year now and use it almost daily. No issues with operation although it is noisy. I use it as a scanner as much as I use it as a printer. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jason Fowler
Nothing but problems with this printer. Despite thinking it's out of paper when it's not, the drivers are total garbage. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Yoda Flame
This has help up well over the past three years and is going strong.Published 4 months ago by Horace
I am giving mine away. Too tired of unreadable documents. If you only print from a PC and set quality to 'fine' it is an okay inkjet. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Huong Breslow
This is one of the worst pieces of equipment I have ever purchased. It will not stay connected to my wireless network. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Jeff B.