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Epson WorkForce WF-2010W Single-Function Printer with Wi-Fi and Ethernet

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  • Flexible – Wi-Fi and Ethernet connectivity
  • Space saving – Compact footprint
  • Economical – Print more pages with Epson XL inks
  • Durable – 3,000 page duty cycle per month
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Epson WorkForce WF-2010W Single-Function Printer with Wi-Fi and Ethernet
Epson WorkForce WF-2010W Single-Function Printer with Wi-Fi and Ethernet

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Specification: Epson WorkForce WF-2010W Single-Function Printer with Wi-Fi and Ethernet

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Brand

‎Epson

Specification
Product Dimensions

‎14 x 10 x 4 cm, 3.2 Kilograms

Item model number

‎235G892

Manufacturer

Series

‎Workforce

Color

Form Factor

‎Print Only

Computer Memory Type

‎DDR3L-1600 SDRAM

Connectivity Type

‎Wi-Fi

Wireless Type

‎802.11n, 802.11b, 802.11g

Number of USB 2.0 Ports

‎2

Wattage

‎12 watts

Are Batteries Included

‎No

Item Weight

‎3.2 kg

Reviews (8)

8 reviews for Epson WorkForce WF-2010W Single-Function Printer with Wi-Fi and Ethernet

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  1. angela m jones

    I returned this as
    A It would not connect to wi fi
    B the indicator lights where faulty
    C it wouldn’t print a test page
    D I had an engineer check it
    To confirm it was faulty
    E they are only refunding 50%
    As because I used the ink to try it in will be resold as used..How do you test a printer without ink
    Lord help the next person who gets it.Not at all impressed, No star from me..
    Definitely seems a bit Fishy

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  2. Al C

    Oh look, Epson have modified their software so the printer will only operate with their ink cartridges! I’m prepared to run the risk their dire warnings suggest might happen if I use non OEM ink, but having used Epson printers for over 10 years with non OEM inks I believe it’s a risk with almost no risk attached but apparently Epson really need me to buy their cartridges! Guess what, I won’t be buying their cartridges and the printer (which is now non functional unless I buy their ink) will be getting replaced by a non Epson product, I understand Brother printers don’t tie you in to their inks.

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  3. Ford Prefect

    I already have a non wireless all in one printer/scanner (different make). I also needed a replacement stand alone printer for a years old Epson usb printer which has finally given up. The all in one is too big to fit where the old Epson was housed and is mainly used for copying and photo printing.
    This Epson has a fairly small footprint and was an absolute breeze to set up. I also needed to connect wirelessly from a laptop and after selecting add a printer it was all done in seconds. This is the first time I’ve ever set up a wireless printer so I was pleasantly surprised as to how easy it was to do.
    The test pages look to be good quality and they were printed quite quickly. Replacement inks are reasonably priced and it’s good that there are four separate cartridges.
    So if all you need is a cheapish, basic, single function printer then this one has to be a major consideration.

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  4. Joe Soap

    I have used Epson printers since the early 90’s both A4 and two metre wide professional models and have loved their usage and quality, the reason I have returned to Epson now in my retirement. I was shocked at how convoluted the installation process has become. It took me over an hour to install the drivers on a laptop yesterday and I have had a similar problem on my own desktop computer after just buying the printer a few months ago. Why, O Why can’t the manufacturers give you the option of selecting JUST the drivers to install and not all the unnecessary _rap that you don’t need to get the device up and running. Later you could choose to install any of the other accessories if you should choose to. Wakeup Epson et al! It is those frustrating times you create for your customers that drive them away later on…and believe me they will remember later on, when they need to replace your nightmarish devices.

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  5. M. Day

    This printer is so rubbish I’m having to buy another one, even though it isn’t broken. It pulls paper through in great handfuls. Every time I print it drags at least two pieces of paper through, and often it’s three, four or five sheets. It’s driving me mad and wasting paper as sometimes it prints on two pieces at a time. Don’t waste your money. GRRRR.

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  6. doctornasty

    once the ink was gone, it was time to replace the ink..
    and it seems that replacing the ink breaks the printer.
    what a bag of shit
    I will never buy another Epson product again

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  7. Black Croc

    Ive gone through 2 in less than six months now.
    First one (off Ebay) just didnt get going the way it should off, stained paper, forever cleaning nozzles. That was Day 3!
    It looked like a printer fault so after a hard time it went back and got this one thinking Ill give it another shot and see how I get on.
    First month was ok.. nothing special and then it starts again… its in the bin.
    I got a epson 7110 and yea… should of gone with my gut feeling in the first place.
    End of the day you get what you pay for, if your looking to print the odd page or two (light work, very light work) then go for it.
    Good delivery service though.

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  8. Harcos

    Printed 20 pages before emitting a high-pitched whine which seems to render it unable to print anything. The head moves and nothing else happens. I followed all support techniques and methods to repair it but no can do.

    For it to have broken so quickly for the price of £45 leaves me utterly unimpressed with Epson. Shocking quality control.

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