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Epson Expression Home XP-5105 Print/Scan/Copy Wi-Fi Printer - £59 @ Amazon
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Epson Expression Home XP-5105 Print/Scan/Copy Wi-Fi Printer - £59 @ Amazon

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Posted 11th Jan

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Not sure if this is a good deal plus at the moment I can't find really cheap third party ink.



This all-in-one’s small footprint and sleek design means it can seamlessly integrate into your home. Affordable, elegant and compact, the Epson Expression Home XP-5105 makes everyday printing easy whilst looking great from every angle.

With A4 double-sided printing, and a 150-sheet front-loading paper cassette, the XP-5105 is great for everyday print jobs in the home. You can even print photos without a computer using the integrated memory card slot and 6.1cm LCD screen.

This versatile printer allows you to wirelessly print and scan around your home using Epson’s iPrint app and Wi-Fi or Wi-Fi Direct (if printing without a wireless network available). Email Print allows you to print from almost anywhere in the world by sending files directly to your printer. You can even print directly from you Apple devices when taking advantage of Apple AirPrint compatibility.
Edit scans with the included software or share using Scan-to-Cloud. With Epson’s Creative Print app, you can print photos directly from Facebook, create custom greeting cards and even turn your photos into colour book templates.

Enjoy pay-as-you-go ink via Amazon Dash Replenishment. ReadyInk is Epson's smart printer technology, that can sense when your printer is running out of ink. By registering for the Amazon Dash Replenishment service, a new cartridge can be sent before the last one runs out. It's the hassle-free, smart way to automatically receive new ink cartridges.

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Features & Details
  • Compact All-In-One: All in one printer with a small footprint and stylish design
  • Wireless Printing: With the Epson XP-5105, print wirelessly with or without a network (Wi-Fi or Wi-Fi Direct)
  • Mobile Printing: Print from almost anywhere using your smart device or Email Print
  • Efficient: 150-sheet front-loading paper tray and double-sided printing capabilities
  • Print Direct from SD Card: Use the 6.1cm LCD screen to scan, copy and print photos direct from a memory card
  • Amazon Dash Replenishment is the smart way to print; with Dash Replenishment, your printer detects when you are low and places a smart reorder directly with Amazon
  • No subscription fees; just register to start the service
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Be aware that Epson printers require all cartridges to have ink to function at all. For example, if the magenta has run out, but you only want to print in black and white, the printer will not allow this unless you first replace the magenta cartridge.
In comparison to previous printers I’ve owned, this is inconvenient to say the least.
Looks a good price, anyone use one ? any recommendations for 50p ink carts ?

maxmix
Can you get cheap ink for this?
Murgatr0yd11/01/2020 20:35

Be aware that Epson printers require all cartridges to have ink to …Be aware that Epson printers require all cartridges to have ink to function at all. For example, if the magenta has run out, but you only want to print in black and white, the printer will not allow this unless you first replace the magenta cartridge.In comparison to previous printers I’ve owned, this is inconvenient to say the least.


Yes I now realise this after buying one. My printer died and I had to urgently buy a new one to print some postage labels and Asda had some Epson printers on sale. As well as guzzling ink if one of the colour cartridges runs empty you cannot print just black. Plus it just felt cheap and plastic, was often unresponsive and would have random paper jams. Needless to say a better printer has been purchased that hasn't given me any trouble even though I'm using the same printer paper. I will never buy an Epson again.
alfie6611/01/2020 23:26

Yes I now realise this after buying one. My printer died and I had to …Yes I now realise this after buying one. My printer died and I had to urgently buy a new one to print some postage labels and Asda had some Epson printers on sale. As well as guzzling ink if one of the colour cartridges runs empty you cannot print just black. Plus it just felt cheap and plastic, was often unresponsive and would have random paper jams. Needless to say a better printer has been purchased that hasn't given me any trouble even though I'm using the same printer paper. I will never buy an Epson again.


Can you say what printer you went for, I also bought one of these and it's a pain in the neck.
I got the 857/4404 (argos) Epson Expression Home XP-352 Wireless Inkjet Printer in August. It is only lightly used but has been great.
Bought ink from ebay £5.73, 2 sets (8 inks).
akhowells11/01/2020 21:26

Can you get cheap ink for this?



I believe not at the moment. Last year, Epson replaced their "hundred series" Expression Home printers (e.g. XP-2xx, XP-4xx) with these "thousand series"ones. And, of course, these new ones use different cartridges.

Last time I checked, clone carts aren't available for these printers yet. So the usual manufacturer ink tax applies to these printers.

When I shop for a printer, I get pricing for ink as a matter of course. This needs to factor into a printer purchase. This is a good price for this printer but the inks are, currently, expensive.
chischis12/01/2020 07:48

I believe not at the moment. Last year, Epson replaced their "hundred …I believe not at the moment. Last year, Epson replaced their "hundred series" Expression Home printers (e.g. XP-2xx, XP-4xx) with these "thousand series"ones. And, of course, these new ones use different cartridges.Last time I checked, clone carts aren't available for these printers yet. So the usual manufacturer ink tax applies to these printers.When I shop for a printer, I get pricing for ink as a matter of course. This needs to factor into a printer purchase. This is a good price for this printer but the inks are, currently, expensive.


At the moment the best third party price for a set of ink plus one extra black is £30, which is way too much, if I had the XP-355 or something 3 sets of ink is like £15.
Edited by: "fredjk351" 12th Jan
Edged12/01/2020 02:34

Can you say what printer you went for, I also bought one of these and it's …Can you say what printer you went for, I also bought one of these and it's a pain in the neck.


It was the XP 255
I saw another model in this range coming up at Lidl soon. However as noted Epson seem to have found a way to defeat third-party ink cartridges with these models (for now at least) so it's false economy to buy one.

Personally I have an Epson Workforce WF-2750 that does double-sided, and even has a sheet-feeder for scanning and is WiFi enabled. Can still pick up third-party cartridges at c£1/pop so I'm happy. Think I may have 'got lucky' in buying just before Epson defeated the compatible makers though
only scores 52% on Which printer guide best all in one printer at this price(£54.99) is the Canon Pixma MX495 which scores 67% best buy under £100 Brother DCP-L2530DW (76%) £99.99
mk-donald12/01/2020 13:47

I saw another model in this range coming up at Lidl soon. However as noted …I saw another model in this range coming up at Lidl soon. However as noted Epson seem to have found a way to defeat third-party ink cartridges with these models (for now at least) so it's false economy to buy one.Personally I have an Epson Workforce WF-2750 that does double-sided, and even has a sheet-feeder for scanning and is WiFi enabled. Can still pick up third-party cartridges at c£1/pop so I'm happy. Think I may have 'got lucky' in buying just before Epson defeated the compatible makers though


Still using my Workforce daily, not used the Fax for ages, got a couple of XP's also, brilliant they have been, i've bought Epson printers for about 30 years, but always look out for the cheap ink ones, I normally get the ink carts from ebay over the years, I think it's about 20 carts for a tenner now

maxmix
So for printer purchasers now, best to avoid Epson? I'm considering Brother for my next one. Something a bit less "consumer"...
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