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Epson WorkForce Pro WP-4540 Wireless All-in-One Color Inkjet Printer, Copier, Scanner, Fax, iOS/Tablet/Smartphone/AirPrint Compatible (C11CB32201)

Epson WorkForce Pro WP-4540 Wireless All-in-One Color Inkjet Printer, Copier, Scanner, Fax, iOS/Tablet/Smartphone/AirPrint Compatible (C11CB32201)
Epson WorkForce Pro WP-4540 Wireless All-in-One Color Inkjet Printer, Copier, Scanner, Fax, iOS/Tablet/Smartphone/AirPrint Compatible (C11CB32201)


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Epson WorkForce Pro WP-4540 Wireless All-in-One Color Inkjet Printer, Copier, Scanner, Fax, iOS/Tablet/Smartphone/AirPrint Compatible (C11CB32201)


Epson WorkForce Pro WP-4540 Wireless All-in-One Color Inkjet Printer, Copier, Scanner, Fax, iOS/Tablet/Smartphone/AirPrint Compatible (C11CB32201)

Epson WorkForce Pro WP-4540 Color Inkjet Wireless All-In-One with Fax and 580 Sheet Paper Capacity (C11CB32201)

  • World’s fastest auto two-sided printing
  • 50% lower printing cost than color laser
  • Automatic two-sided copy/scan/fax
  • 580-sheet paper capacity
  • Up to 20,000 page duty cycle

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  1. 70 of 75 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Designed for a small office, but works great in my home, September 24, 2011
    By 
    Terry “TCinSATX” (San Antonio) –
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    (TOP 500 REVIEWER)
      

    This review is from: Epson WorkForce Pro WP-4540 Wireless All-in-One Color Inkjet Printer, Copier, Scanner, Fax, iOS/Tablet/Smartphone/AirPrint Compatible (C11CB32201) (Office Product)
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    The Epson WorkForce Pro WP-4540 is a fairly large, square-footprint, wireless, all-in-one inkjet printer designed to meet the demands of a small office. Notably, it has two paper trays for less down time replenishing paper and large capacity ink cartridges. It is easy to set up as a wireless network printer so that all the computers in the network can print to it. The buttons on the front and the large, lcd panel make it easy for anyone to use without having even read the user manual.

    I am using it as a wireless, home printer. There are multiple computers and users in my home – 7+ desktops and laptops – as well as an iPad. We can all print to this printer and have had no problems at all

    First thing you will notice is that the box is BIG! It’s also relatively heavy and because of the bulky size (it is well padded with packing styrofoam), you may need two people to pick it up and get it out of the box. The Amazon product page lists it as 22 pounds, but this is a mistake. The printer weighs 36.5 pounds without paper. It measures 18.1″W x 16.5″D x16.5″H. It is pretty much the same size and shape as a small, cube-shaped dorm refrigerator. And that is just the footprint size. You will need additional space around the front and the back of the printer to access paper trays and clear paper jams. I have it set up on one of my nightstands and it essentially covers the entire top.

    There is an excellent START HERE document included, besides the users manual, which makes unpacking, assembling, and installing this printer a breeze. You will need a computer nearby and it is recommended that you have a usb printer cable (not included), even if you will be setting it up as a wireless printer. If you will be using it wirelessly, you will need to know your wireless router’s SSID and your security password, if you have one. If your wireless router is not set to broadcast, it is easy to enter it manually.

    Set-up and installation of software takes about 45 minutes. You will also need to install the software on all the computers that will be printing to this printer, so it will take a little time if you have multiple computers on your network.

    Epson claims the large capacity ink cartridges make your printing costs about half those of a color, all-in-one laser printer priced at $699 or less. I haven’t had it long enough to tell, but the cartridges seem to be reasonably priced at about $25/ea for the color cartridges (good for ~1200 pages) and the black is less than $40 (good for ~2400 pages). They are individual carts so you only replace what is necessary. Smaller capacity cartridges are included that should print about 1000 b/w pages and 900 color pages.

    Epson also claims it prints faster than other inkjet all-in-ones priced at $399 or less. I don’t have a lot to compare that to, but it does seem to print very quickly.

    How does it print? Very well indeed! Although it seems a little noisier than my Epson Workforce 840, it is certainly acceptable. Text is crisp and clear and the ink is dry almost instantly. The max resolution is 4800x1200dpi optimized. Colors are bright, but much more dazzling when using premium quality paper.

    When printing to photo paper the result is quite nice, but not photo lab quality. On plain, cheap copy paper, color prints are underwhelming, although that is the case with most ink jet printers. I would say this printer is best for high volume, text- based documents that have color components and the occasional photo printing for personal use. If you plan to print a lot of photos on photo paper, there are better choices.

    As an all-in-one, this printer scans, faxes, copies, and is capable of double-sided printing. I cannot fax because I don’t have a land line in my home. It scans at 1200x2400dpi hardware and 9600x9600dpi interpolated, and the resulting images are excellent. The scan utility works well and is pretty easy to use. You can even scan directly to an email or a .pdf. There is an automatic document feeder that makes scanning or copying a stack of pages much easier and quicker.

    The copier allows you to reduce and enlarge from 25% to 400%. The touch screen on the front of the printer lets you quickly adjust these settings for whatever job you are currently working on. There is also convenient usb port on the front of the printer to allow you to easily print from a flash drive or a portable hard drive or even a camera.

    A couple of surprising and exceptional features are AirPrint and Epson Connect. Airprint lets you print wirelessly from your iPad! You will need to install some additional software but that’s it. My iPad picked up this printer instantly and printed a page perfectly. There are only a few printers that feature AirPrint currently and I’m very excited this is one of them.

    Epson Connect actually assigns your printer an email address and will print documents and…

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  2. 58 of 66 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    The Treacherous Three! 3 New Epson Printers Compared! Which One’s Right For You? A Publisher’s Critical Review., September 27, 2011
    By 
    Andre Lawrence (Miami, Florida) –
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    (TOP 1000 REVIEWER)
      
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: Epson WorkForce Pro WP-4540 Wireless All-in-One Color Inkjet Printer, Copier, Scanner, Fax, iOS/Tablet/Smartphone/AirPrint Compatible (C11CB32201) (Office Product)
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    Customer Video Review Length:: 0:47 Mins

    The Treacherous Three! 3 New Epson Printers Compared! Which One’s Right For You? A Publisher’s Critical Review.

    * A Look At the Printers/ Testing
    ** The strengths and weaknesses of each
    *** Where can I get ink at a (relatively) reasonable price?

    * We own a publishing company here in Miami. And, for roughly about 7 years we’ve owned only Epson. At the time, we moved away from HP because we thought that the Epson printers were improving enough to match HP quality and to beat them economically.

    The traditional weakness of Epson had been its photo imaging. We made the decision to go with Epson when they introduced their “Durabright Ink” line of printers and the promise of film-like quality reproduction. While not bad, i.e. passable, it was never quite up to the mark set by the HP line.

    That was then.

    This year, we’re excited by what we’ve been seeing with Epson. Almost universally with the printers we have, the line of All-In-One printers matches quality and most definitely beats HP in price.

    Here are 3 to consider, if you’re a small business (“prosumer”), an education setting and up.

    * Epson WorkForce 840 Color Ink Jet Wireless All-in-One with Fax (C11CA97201)
    * Workforce WP 4540 All-In-One
    * Epson Artisan 837 Color Inkjet Wireless All-In-One with Fax (C11CB20201)

    (I wouldn’t recommend the first two for personal use as Epson has some lower priced models, “The Stylus” series, that will suit your need for about half the price of any of these. The third, coincidentally, “The Artisan” printer, could very well be used in a home of discriminating digital artists.)

    **
    —– Workforce 840—–
    WF 840 is, at about 5 months, still a “new” model. It is a printer, copier, scanner, fax with a wireless “WiFi” connection for both the Windows and Mac OS’s. Since it was released in the Spring, there have been a slew of app’s, the “Epson iPrint” in particular, that will allow you to print either documents or jpg images from your iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad or any configuration of the Android 2.3 OS.)

    The spec’s, Epson’s statement and my findings in .

    + Uses standard Durabright ink.
    + Can connect through several ports including a USB or through a wireless internet connection.
    + Print resolution is at (an impressive) 5760 x 1440.
    + Scan at a max. resolution of 2400 dpi.
    + Print speed: single sided, 15/9.3 ppm for black/color.
    + Print: double sided, 7.4/5.4 ppm.
    + About $300, retail. $200-225 street price.

    The 840 is supposed to be the prosumer printer in this line. It can comfortably hold a ream of paper in dual trays. It feels, by weight, to be about the average weight of a printer, about 12-15 lbs. Our first Epson, All-In-One, felt like a toy in comparison.

    *I printed out a pdf of a 200-page book. The double-sided, long-edge, printing at 150 dpi came out exactly 12:15. By my calculations, that makes it a 8.2 ppm double-sided printing. And, it also means that it’s better than 1 sheet more per minute than Epson states. And, the printing noise was barely noticeable.

    If you need an All-In-One that has the basic the capacities of some of the more specialized printers, this model, WF 840, is a great consideration.

    —— Workforce WP 4540——

    The 4540, to be distinguished from the 840, is considerably larger AND heavier. It is designed for office use only. And, unless you have a VERY thriving business at home, the 840 may be the better choice for you. The 4540 has its purposes and it surrounds volumes of printing more than anything else.

    The newest model, with double the printing capacity and faster printing speed, offers more in some areas and less in others for about $100 more.

    Epson’s Spec’s

    + Print 16/ 11 ppm–black/color single page.
    + Print 9.2/7.1 ppm- double-sided.
    + Print resolution of 4800 x 1200
    + Scan @ 2400
    + Life cycle of the print cartridge- 2400 sheet (black) / 1200 sheets (color).
    + $400

    Of the spec’s that would be of interest to the office buyer, this is the high yield system. And, there are two (2) grades of ink– standard and ultra. These high-yield cartridges are considerably different and there are (at the time of this review) no substitute or recyclable alternatives, yet.

    I reprinted the same pdf book as I did on the 840 and found, with the exact printing options that the 4540 actually printed the book in 11:45 seconds (see video still). That’s…

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  3. 18 of 21 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Easy set-up, colors are natural, October 1, 2011
    By 
    CGScammell (Cochise County, AZ) –
    (TOP 1000 REVIEWER)
      

    This review is from: Epson WorkForce Pro WP-4540 Wireless All-in-One Color Inkjet Printer, Copier, Scanner, Fax, iOS/Tablet/Smartphone/AirPrint Compatible (C11CB32201) (Office Product)
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    I selected this printer because I do a lot of volunteer work for the local animal shelter and this printer does a good job replicating my photographs for flyers on plain paper. Set-up was easy along with the easy-to-understand instructions, taking no more than 30 minutes to first page being printed. It gurgled for a bit during the set-up, but finally printed rather quietly and quickly.

    I have my printer hooked up to the computer via a USB cable. I do not use wireless. (The USB cable does not come with this device).

    It will take some time to see how economical this printer is, though. I do not use a printer much.

    PRO:
    Fast and quiet.
    Great color

    CON:
    Build feels a bit cheap with plastic parts for the body.
    Heavy
    Insists on printing in color even when the “B&W” button is pressed before printing.

    This printer came in a huge box, well-protected from harsh treatment. All moving parts were then taped down with durable nylon tape. That tape was all over the inside of this printer. Make sure to remove all the tape before installation!

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