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Epson Workforce WF-2510 - All-in-One Wi-Fi Printer - half price £39.99 / Argos

£39.99 @ Argos
Epson Workforce All-in-One Wi-Fi Printer model WF2510 was £79.99 now only £39.99 from Argos. Great printer with very reasonable running costs - just brought to upgrade my previous Epson. You … Read More
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4m, 6d agoFound 4 months, 6 days ago
Epson Workforce All-in-One Wi-Fi Printer model WF2510

was £79.99 now only £39.99 from Argos.

Great printer with very reasonable running costs - just brought to upgrade my previous Epson.

You don`t need to use airprint. You simply email a print to the printers unique email address (similar to the method used by HP) but Epson call it IPrint, there are other ways too, see
https://www.epsonconnect.com/
- jasee

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#1
OOS locally
#2
No AirPrint support - cold
#3
romanshevtsov
No AirPrint support - cold
Cold for same reason.
#4
Not a bad printer. ... only down sides are, no air print and no light on panel which makes it difficult to see. other than that....very reliable printer with cheap ink refills from ebay
#5
vassy4u
romanshevtsov
No AirPrint support - cold
Cold for same reason.

You don`t need to use airprint. You simply email a print to the printers unique email address (similar to the method used by HP) but Epson call it IPrint, there are other ways too, see
https://www.epsonconnect.com/
#6
A lot of printer for the money, hot deal.
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jasee
vassy4u
romanshevtsov
No AirPrint support - cold
Cold for same reason.
You don`t need to use airprint. You simply email a print to the printers unique email address (similar to the method used by HP) but Epson call it IPrint, there are other ways too, seehttps://www.epsonconnect.com/


That seems a rather convuluted, awkward and limiting way to do what is basically the base function of the device - to print something.
2 Likes #8
tawse57
jasee
vassy4u
romanshevtsov
No AirPrint support - cold
Cold for same reason.
You don`t need to use airprint. You simply email a print to the printers unique email address (similar to the method used by HP) but Epson call it IPrint, there are other ways too, seehttps://www.epsonconnect.com/
That seems a rather convuluted, awkward and limiting way to do what is basically the base function of the device - to print something.
haha, but it`s only if you want to print from something that won`t find the printer locally by its ip address or can`t print to it because it doesn`t recognise it as a printer type (apple products, netpads etc).

And the other big advantage is you don`t even need to be on the same network, you can print from anywhere in the world if the printer is on. Or give someone the printers email address and they can do the same. Of course you can restrict this.
#9
Not a fan of Epson! Bought an Epson printer somewhat similar to this last year and it died on me!

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