Epson WF-7515 A3+ Wireless AIO Printer/Scanner/Copier/Fax  £129.97 @ Tesco Direct

Epson WF-7515 A3+ Wireless AIO Printer/Scanner/Copier/Fax £129.97 @ Tesco Direct

Found 30th Jul 2012
Not sure if this is a new deal but it's certainly a lot cheaper than anywhere else. Free Click and Collect or £3 standard delivery.

Amazon £191.20
Epson website £229.99

This Epson Workforce Pro WF-7515 A3 colour inkjet all-in-1 printer offers true A3 size print, copy and scan functions. Prints are delivered quickly and efficiently at up to 34 pages per minute in draft mode. It has a high-capacity 250 sheet paper tray for less frequent refilling. The 30 sheet automatic document feeder allows multiple page scanning, copying and faxing at up to A3 size. Share securely with Ethernet and Wi-Fi along with enhanced WPA2 wireless security.
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If you need A3, it's a decent deal.
How cheap are the refills & decent A3 photo paper?
I've recently been 'called up' on not contributing to the site other than reading it every day, and lo and behold this is a perfect opportunity to comment.

Bought one of these very beasts about 4 weeks ago from Staples at around £219/229 or so. Using it at work for A3 prints (keeping to my almost knackered colour laser for A4 to keep consumable costs down for now).

I love it. It works fantastically. I have used it for HQ text/graphics for menus in my restaurant and I'm very pleased with it. No difference between the quality of first and last sheet of a 150-page run.

As to the question of refills - the cartridges that come with it are, as with all inkjets, just a partial fill variety. The best genuine Espon refills are the XL (more capacity) and are the 'Stag' packaging, the T1306 multipack (colours) is around £30 and the XL black is the T1301, priced around £17 on Amazon at the moment. Remember and get your Nectar points thru Amazon!

I can't say what the compatibles are priced at but I've always regretted using these in the past - so will wait until the printer is a bit older before I take the chance.

I printed onto bog-standard 90gsm paper and output very, very good. One day I might splash out on the expensive paper and be bowled over.

Price for this is excellent - I'm now tempted to get one for home as well... but that will just encourage me to print out more crap for work.

No idea how good it is for Fax... who faxes these days?
Scan and Copy works great to PC - but have not tried scanning directly to USB memory stick as yet.
Connectivity for me is with USB but one day soon I will get around to setting up the gizmo to receive data over Wifi - which apparently allows me to send from my iPhone (other smartphones are available) to the printer. That will be pretty handy for some folk probably.

Hope all good!
Edited by: "marky02081" 3rd Aug 2012
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