The Epson WorkForce Pro WP-4530 all-in-one printer

If you’re looking for an all-in-one printer for your office or home business, the Epson WorkForce Pro WP-4530 is a great option.

I recently replaced my wireless all-in-one printer with an Epson WorkForce. Although the “retired” printer – whose name shall remain anonymous – made its way to my son’s bedroom, I really wanted to take it out back and beat it with a sledgehammer. Its wireless connectivity was extremely unreliable; when printing it would spit the pages onto the floor; and if I was charging the company by the hour for the time I spent on the phone with their support, I’d be a rich woman. Oh yeah, and once I upgraded to Windows 8 I lost the ability to scan, and was told a driver update would be made available sometime in 2013. Thanks.

Moving forward, the Epson WorkForce has been a dream to work with. The wireless colour inkjet printer will print, scan, copy, and fax all your important documents, and it will do so quickly and economically but without sacrificing quality.

Here are some of the features the Epson WorkForce Pro WP-4530 has to offer:

  • Automatic two-sided printing and copying;

  • 330-sheet paper capacity;

  • 80-sheet rear feed tray designed to handle specialty paper like labels, envelopes, and card stock;

  • 30-page two-sided ADF (Auto Document Feeder);

  • Built-in wireless networking;

  • Extra-large ink cartridges so you need to replace them less often.

The Epson WorkForce WP-4530 is Energy Star qualified and uses up to 70% less power than laser printers. And, thanks to its two-sided printing feature (which happens to be the world’s fastest automatic two-sided printing), you can save up to 50% on the cost of paper.

The printer is also great for the road warrior – with Epson Connect you can print from your smartphone, tablet, laptop or other mobile device whether you’re in the same building as the printer or half way around the world.

The WorkForce Pro WP-4530 is excellent - it’s speedy, versatile, economical, and delivers high quality prints. What more could you ask for in an all-in-one printer?

Rhonda Callow is an award-winning freelance blogger and editor who has worked with numerous leading high-tech companies. She also helps companies with their public relations and social media management. Rhonda is a photography enthusiast and enjoys camping and hiking with her family during her free time. You can follow Rhonda on Twitter (@rhondacallow) or contact her at [email protected].

By Rhonda

December 28, 2012