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Epson WorkForce WF-3540 Wireless All-in-One Color Inkjet Printer, Copier, Scanner, 2-Sided Duplex, ADF, Fax. Prints from Tablet/Smartphone. AirPrint Compatible (C11CC31201)

Epson WorkForce WF-3540 Wireless All-in-One Color Inkjet Printer, Copier, Scanner, 2-Sided Duplex, ADF, Fax. Prints from Tablet/Smartphone. AirPrint Compatible (C11CC31201)
Epson WorkForce WF-3540 Wireless All-in-One Color Inkjet Printer, Copier, Scanner, 2-Sided Duplex, ADF, Fax. Prints from Tablet/Smartphone. AirPrint Compatible (C11CC31201)


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Epson WorkForce WF-3540 Wireless All-in-A single Colour Inkjet Printer, Copier, Scanner, 2-Sided Duplex, ADF, Fax. Prints from Tablet/Smartphone. AirPrint Compatible (C11CC31201)


Epson WorkForce WF-3540 Wireless All-in-One Color Inkjet Printer, Copier, Scanner, 2-Sided Duplex, ADF, Fax. Prints from Tablet/Smartphone. AirPrint Compatible (C11CC31201)

Engineered for Company. This hassle-cost-free all-in-one brings you the World’s Fastest print speeds, plus automatic 2-sided print/copy/scan. It functions a 3.5-Inch touchscreen, 500-sheet paper capacity, 30-sheet ADF and rear paper feed for added versatility.

  • World’s Quickest 2-sided printing
  • 500-sheet paper capacity
  • 40% lower printing expenses vs colour laser
  • Mobile device printing
  • 3.5-Inch touchscreen with gesture navigation

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Best answer:

Answer by dunno
I work for verizon and unless your more than 65, the ideal we have on a month-to-month bases is 39.99, and our prepay is kind of ridiculous. If your willing to spend 25 cents a minute for the couple of minutes a week you use it (lets say 20 minutes for the week, costing you about 20 bucks a month), then Verizon Wireless will offer great wireless coverage and client service.

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  1. 382 of 388 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great printer for home use, October 20, 2012
    By 
    Steven B. Beebe (Colorado Springs, CO USA) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: Epson WorkForce WF-3540 Wireless All-in-One Color Inkjet Printer, Copier, Scanner, 2-Sided Duplex, ADF, Fax. Prints from Tablet/Smartphone. AirPrint Compatible (C11CC31201) (Office Product)

    Purchased this from a local big box store, because Amazon was still selling at list price and there was only one product review. Have used the printer for 3 days now and come to the following conclusions: fast printing, good auto document feeder, good paper handling, good scanning, and easy set up! What’s not to like?

    1) printing – print quality is very good, and perfect for home school use. This includes photos, and two sided printing.

    2) scanning – set up to scan wirelessly to 3 different Macs. Scanning of photos, documents worked well. Was able to initiate scans from the printer touch screen and the computer. Worked with both the Flatbed and ADF. We don’t have any specific quality requirements, but output was great for our use.

    3) copying – copying is fast and quality is good. Copied single sided to single sided and single sided to double sided using ADF. Copying was fast and flawless. Lid is hinged so that it lifts up over thicker items and can handle books of an inch thickness with no problem.

    4) set up – set up for use on 3 Macs (2 are 10.6.8, and one is 10.7.5). Set up was easy. I didn’t use the disc that came with it, just downloaded from Epson. Wireless network set up was simple and straightforward.

    5) AirPrint – if you have iPhones and iPads, AirPrint works great with zero set up!

    6) no faxing here, so I have no comments on that.

    Before i found the 3540, I was hesitating on buying the Work Force 845 for a couple of reasons: 1) the model was a year old, and 2) issues with handling thick paper. Well, the 3540 model is new and in my tests, it handled photo paper through the rear slot and paper tray with no issues.

    I whole heatedly recommend this printer.

    Don’t have a good handle on ink usage yet, but will update when I do.

    *** Update on ink usage (from one of my comments below) ***

    To those who are looking for ink usage, I’m afraid I’m not very scientific on that front. We home school 2 children (8th and 10th grades) and this is the primary printer / copier. In other words, it gets a lot of use. My thoughts on ink usage are: better than the HP it replaced (an older Officejet 5500), better than the Canon we use mostly for photo’s (iP6600D), but not quite as good as my Brother MFC-J6710DW. BUT, the print quality on the Epson is much better than on the Brother.

    Having said all that, my qualitative assessment is that the ink usage is pretty good. We have gone through one black and two color cartridges. The printer reports having printed:

    223 color pages
    446 b/w pages

    Unfortunately, I can’t tell you what the counts were when cartridges were replaced.

    A recent review at PC World ([...]), has the ink costs as a little above average. The comments from PC World:

    “Ink costs for the WorkForce WF-3540 are decent, if you opt for the extra high-capacity (large) cartridges: 3.2 cents per page (cpp) for black and 2.7 cpp per color, or 11.3 cents per four-color page.”

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  2. 912 of 971 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Epson WF-3540 working well so far, November 14, 2012
    By 
    H. Hall “Electrical Engineer and Questioning … (Bay Area, California) –
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    This review is from: Epson WorkForce WF-3540 Wireless All-in-One Color Inkjet Printer, Copier, Scanner, 2-Sided Duplex, ADF, Fax. Prints from Tablet/Smartphone. AirPrint Compatible (C11CC31201) (Office Product)

    June 7th, 2013 – In the fall of 2012, my ole Canon printer stopped working, and I was pretty bummed to have to go researching printers online as so many of the manufacturers promise the moon but deliver only ink eating turkeys. So, I headed here to Amazon and started searching. Out of all the lower cost printers, one Brother monochrome laser jet and the Epson 845 Workforce stood out, when only real reviews (Amazon Verified Purchase) were counted. I need the ability to print in color from time to time plus scanning so the 845 spiked my interest. Checking the Epson website, I discovered the WF 3540 which is the 845 rebuilt for 2012/2013. So with much trepidation, I ordered it from Amazon. Below is how I would rate it in several general aspects:

    Appearance – With its rounded edges and black facade, it sure looks nice, was my first general impression. Would fit right in with any upscale office setting or custom made home. The touchscreen is also large, bright and easy to read (and dims when not in use). As printers go, this would be a 9 or 10 out of 10.

    Instruction Manuals – When you open the WF 3540 box, you will see a Quick Guide booklet and an Immediate Start pamphlet. This will get you up copying, printing and basic scanning in less than 15 minutes. However, both mention that if you go online to Epson’s site, you can download the full 333 page User’s Manual. That manual in turn, is very detailed and answers most of the problems that I see many of the one star reviews for this printer encountered. Can’t recommend it enough before trying to call for phone support. 10 out of 10 for the manuals.

    General Functionality – For myself, I run Windows 7 64 bit from two computers and Debian/Mint/Ubuntu on the other three. I ditched the included CDs, downloaded the latest drivers from the official Epson website and then set it up in Windows 7 first where it printed fine, copied fine, faxed fine and scanned fine. (did not test the fax until only two weeks ago but it worked perfectly) (As for Mac operating systems, I only tested with iOS 6 on our iPad (it worked just fine) and did not test with Snow Leopard or Mountain Lion, as I only use that code at work) To my surprise it even worked well with all three Linux variants despite Epson stating on their website that it may not work. I did have to use a bit of terminal in Debian to get past a scanning problem, but overall, count me happy. The print speed is very close to its ISO rating of 15 pages per minute for black and white and about 9.3 for color. The automatic document feeder worked fine for me as well as the rear paper loading slot for photo paper. This printer also has two paper trays and will hold about 500 sheets if you fill it up. Which is very nice since you don’t need to fool with reloading that often. So, for functionality, 10 out of 10.

    Wireless Functionality – Worked fine with my Windows 7 64 bit systems. To my even greater surprise it also worked with my Linux computers, even my laptop that runs Mint. Also got it to work fine from my Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone and my wife’s iPad. All three mobile print options (Epson Connect, Google Cloud and Air Print) worked just fine for me. For me personally, I found the wireless setup to be extremely easy, a 10 out of 10. For your typical grandmother who may be a bit confused and need a bit of guidance, 7 out of 10.
    (I will say, the number one problem many have with the 3540 is getting wireless set up. Reading install directions and setting up drivers is paramount, especially if you want wireless printing to work. With Windows 7, you must head to control panel -> network and sharing center -> change advanced sharing settings, and then make sure that network discovery, file sharing and printer sharing are turned on, and that your home network (and ideally, homegroup) are set up correctly. If not, your wireless laptop is not going to see the Epson WF 3540 (whether it is stand alone or connected to your desktop by USB cable). There is also a correct install order to the print drivers and if you install the Epson Connect after the main lump driver package, it will over write the previous registry values in the kernel and you will have to redo the Wi-Fi setup wizard on the printer touchscreen. Likewise, Linux and Mac operating systems have their own preferred setups for wireless, and you have to be a bit careful or you wont see the WF 3540 in your network.)

    Software – The software packages that I tried, including WebPrint, Epson Connect, Event Manager and Download Manager all worked as promised. (from Windows 7). Unfortunately, these software programs are not available for Linux users, but I knew this from reading the product details online. Got to say, aside from the few Linux lapses, I was fairly surprised by this point. The iPrint software did work fine from my Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone. Over the 2012 Thanksgiving holiday, I tested Google…

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  3. 89 of 94 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Tears of joy!, January 14, 2013
    By 
    Shari
    This review is from: Epson WorkForce WF-3540 Wireless All-in-One Color Inkjet Printer, Copier, Scanner, 2-Sided Duplex, ADF, Fax. Prints from Tablet/Smartphone. AirPrint Compatible (C11CC31201) (Office Product)

    For about 20 years I have bought nothing but HP printers. At first they did very well for me and lasted for many years. The last two or three HP printers have been less than my expectations even though I have bought the more expensive and better rated models.

    I love to do genealogy. I love scanning obituaries, old pictures, documents, etc… into my files. The last HP printer I had was supposed to scan up to 7200 dpi so I thought it would be great for my scanning needs. I couldn’t get the buggy thing to work half the time, let alone scan even at a decent 300 dpi. It was a royal pain — always having to be restarted, not connecting to the network, giving error messages that it was offline, having to reinstall the drivers, etc… Hardly a week would go by without having to reinstall the driver and reconnect it to the router.

    And as far as printing out a decent picture to send in Christmas cards, well, forget it! The pictures would be orange or blue, washed out or nearly black. I have an older — but quality — photo software, but try as I might, that HP printer refused to print what I composed. It wasted more ink and paper and time than I care to even think about! Half my documents would print missing the bottom line or two or print with holes in the middle. It was crazy! I thought it was my older software and with software costing so much, I was determined to make do with what I had. One day I got so fed up with the whole printer/software situation that I grabbed my purse and headed to the office store to bring home new software no matter what the cost.

    Luckily, when I arrived at the store, I explained my situation to a knowledgeable person. She looked at the sample prints I brought with me and assured me my software was just fine — my problem was my HP printer. She was an amateur photographer who only used Epson printers. I adamantly insisted it was my software, but she adamantly insisted right back that it was my HP printer. She guaranteed that if I bought a new Epson printer (which was a fraction of the cost of the new software I had planned to buy) and I didn’t like it, I could bring it back for a full refund. I had nothing to lose, so together we picked out the Epson WF-3540 and I reluctantly took it home fully expecting to be bringing it back to exchange for that expensive software package.

    This new Epson printer stayed in the box for about a week because I wasn’t convinced a new printer was the solution to my problems and I didn’t have the time or energy to waste installing it just to prove that sales person wrong. I finally got it out and and started hooking it up — *so* easy to do! Truly, I figured I had to have overlooked something because it was just too easy. Every computer in the house was immediately able to access this printer on the first try and have stayed connected to it ever since.

    My first test print was to copy a multi-color document. It turned out beautiful! Very clear letters, no blank spots or missing lines at the bottom. The color was wonderful. But I was still skeptical.

    Next, I test printed a picture in my file and it was beautiful as well. I scanned a new picture without any issue, composed it with my “old” photo software, and printed it out. It printed just as beautiful and with nice, balanced color. I was certainly softening to this new printer. I decided to give it a few more days to prove itself.

    I have used it for every day printing for several weeks now. It does a fantastic job. Smart little thing, too, as it can scan a document and print it front and back to save paper. My HP had a document feeder and was supposed to print front and back as well, but it always managed to pull in two or three sheets at a time, or skip some pages somewhere making the feature unreliable and wasteful to use — not so with this Epson.

    This Epson has two paper trays which allows me to use both new paper for important documents and pre-used paper for unimportant documents which is convenient. My HPs have only had one paper tray and I was constantly having to swap paper — usually after printing an important document on pre-used paper because I wasn’t paying attention to what was loaded. Also, the Epson holds a lot more paper than my HPs have. I don’t have to refill the drawers nearly as often which I didn’t consider to be an important feature, but it sure is nice now that I have experienced it.

    Today I needed to scan in two, 20 page documents to PDF files. I used the basic software that came with the Epson printer and found myself smiling during the process. Two months ago it had taken me most of the day to scan a mere 6-page document into a PDF file. I remember that day and how irritated I was by the end of the process. If I got one complete scan in before that HP cut me off and gave me an error message I was doing good! Not so with this Epson. A simple…

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