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Epson WorkForce WF-2510WF Ultra Compact 4-in-1 Printer with Wifi for £34.99 delivered at Amazon
Epson WorkForce WF-2510WF Ultra Compact 4-in-1 Printer with Wifi for £34.99 delivered at Amazon

Epson WorkForce WF-2510WF Ultra Compact 4-in-1 Printer with Wifi for £34.99 delivered at Amazon

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RRP £82.49. Just came across this super compact all-in-one (Print, Scan, Copy and Fax) printer for reasonable price.

This all-in-one has a compact design with a small footprint, ideal for any home office environment. Robust and durable, the WF- 2510WF offers the ability to print from smartphones and tablet PCs with Epson iPrint.

Fast drying DURABrite Ultra Ink

The WorkForce WF-2510WF uses Epson's fast drying DURABrite Ultra Ink for professional-quality business documents and means that prints are water, smudge and highlighter resistant. Cartridges are also available in XL size, helping to save further on costs, as users can print up to 2.5x more pages.

This printer also has flexible connectivity options, as users can connect the printer to their network via Wi-Fi. With automatic Wi-Fi set-up, users don’t need to know their network settings or connect with a USB cable during set up, as the printer automatically finds the relevant connection settings in order to configure itself.

Epson iPrint

Epson iPrint allows users to print wirelessly from smartphones and tablet PCs within the office. The WorkForce WF-2510WF also comes with a robust 100-sheet rear paper tray, providing media flexibility for a variety of paper.

With the excellent colour stability and light fastness of Epson UltraChrome K3 Ink with Vivid Magenta, you can create long-lasting prints to sell or exhibit. Exceptional accuracy ensures that each reprint will match the first, even if printed months apart.

The WorkForce WF-2510WF also comes with a robust 100-sheet rear paper tray, providing media flexibility for a variety of paper.

Key Features
+ Print, scan, copy and fax
+ Print from smartphones and tablet PCs
+ Supports a wide range of cut-sheet media up to 1.5 mm in thickness
+ Compact footprint
+ Print more pages with Epson XL inks
+ 3,000 page duty cycle per month

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26 Comments

no AirPrint support

thanks for this. do you know if it prints on both sides and if it does....do you have to manually turn the paper over? x

Prints from android (I presume there are ios apps too) fine via Epson app, there's also cloud print & other options to print from mobile devices.

I've got the WF-7610DWF and that definitely duplexes automatically bit from the Q&A section this one doesn't have a duplexer in it
Edited by: "Rich44" 28th Dec 2016

lovetolaugh

thanks for this. do you know if it prints on both sides and if it … thanks for this. do you know if it prints on both sides and if it does....do you have to manually turn the paper over? x



​manual turn over (no duplex listed in any spec online)

Ink prices?

Quite an old model this one. For those wanting duplex and airprint with the ability to scan A3 this seems a better bet at a tenner more.
amazon.co.uk/gp/…h=1
Edited by: "pluves1" 28th Dec 2016

unless you print more than once a week?! even then. inkjets dry up. Laser Printers is the way to go


Also at Argos for £34.99

EMBASSY

unless you print more than once a week?! even then. inkjets dry up. Laser … unless you print more than once a week?! even then. inkjets dry up. Laser Printers is the way to go



The price of toner puts me off laser. I can't find any cheap refill options unless you could educate us otherwise?

Are the start up inks it comes with full to start printing or they're just enough to get the printer nozzles cleaned etc?

I've got this printer which is very good. only down sides are no airprint and no back light on display....... compatible inks are cheap......bargain at £35

EMBASSY

unless you print more than once a week?! even then. inkjets dry up. Laser … unless you print more than once a week?! even then. inkjets dry up. Laser Printers is the way to go



​I print monthy and have had no problem with my epson printer

Laser printers, with a scanner, cost a fortune?

pluves1

Quite an old model this one. For those wanting duplex and airprint with … Quite an old model this one. For those wanting duplex and airprint with the ability to scan A3 this seems a better bet at a tenner more.https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00N8LHZDS/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?ie=UTF8&smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&th=1



​thanks... was going to ask till i saw your post.

Just bought this one from tesco for £54. It comes with a free 16XXL black ink which gives 1000+ black pages
amazon.co.uk/Eps…660
Edited by: "dealfinder123321" 28th Dec 2016

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​manual turn over (no duplex listed in any spec online)


Thankyou x

Cheap, but I have a WF-2530 and, apart from these being old models as someone said, the Epson drivers and software are atrocious.

If all you do is connect via USB for print/scan from one computer then it's not too bad, but forget about any kind of reliable useage on a network.

Supatramp

Laser printers, with a scanner, cost a fortune?


ebuyer £64 and up.
have Brother DCP-9015CDW All-in-One Colour Laser Printer at £143.27 at the moment. but can be less. paid around £99. about may this year.

To sidetrack slightly, what are people's experiences with very low usage of inkjet printer.As one person said, do they really dry up and cause heavy print head cleaning hence low cost efficiency per cartridge?

Is there any model/brand you've used as a very light user and been happy with?

Does laser really overcome the light use problem?

Price has gone up to £49.98.

Gordon_Bennett

Price has gone up to £49.98.



I clicked the expired link yesterday but it does not appear to do much these days.

Gordon_Bennett

Price has gone up to £49.98.



​same price in argos

westywales

​same price in argos



...and completely out of stock everywhere as usual.

Correction: Anywhere in the North.
Edited by: "picnick" 17th Jan

picnick

...and completely out of stock everywhere as usual.Correction: Anywhere … ...and completely out of stock everywhere as usual.Correction: Anywhere in the North.



​plenty of stock in wales. thought I'd try & help out.

westywales

​plenty of stock in wales. thought I'd try & help out.



It turns out you have and the people of Wales will be grateful! Argos have a reputation for leaving low prices live even whenever there is no stock but that printer seems to available around London and Wales but nowhere North of Birmingham that I could find.

move to the best country in the world then lol
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