Epson Artisan 50 Inkjet Printer Review – Basic Yet Versatile Printer. Epson…

Epson Artisan 50 Inkjet Printer Review – Basic Yet Versatile Printer

You may be in the minority! If it’s been a few years since you’ve shopped for an inkjet printer, a stroll down the printer isle at Best Buy might surprise you. Instead of printers, you’re more likely to see surprisingly affordable all-in-one, multifunction machines aimed at home office setups from big names like HP, Canon, Epson, Lexmark, and more recently, Kodak. These devices combine three major functions in one box–printing, scanning, and faxing. Priced between 50 and 150, most offer another recent feature in home printing, wireless networking, meaning there are no wires from your computer(s) to the printer.

But if you’re like us, you’d rather buy one device that performs its function well and is free of the extra complications. We want a printer that is easy to use; one that comes without a steep learning curve. Epson’s new Artisan 50 Photo CD/DVD Document Printer has the potential to be that device. It doesn’t fax and it doesn’t scan, but it is a good-looking, compact printer with a street price ranging from 99 to 150.

In the Box

  • Printer
  • Separate tray for printing CD media
  • All 6 ink cartridges
  • Power cord
  • CD containing drivers bonus software
  • Printed “Quick Guide” “Start Here” foldout instructions

A USB cable required to connect the printer to a computer is not included.


  • Takes 6 individual Claria color ink cartridges
  • Photos won’t smudge or scratch are water fade resistant
  • Auto photo correction and red-eye removal in print driver
  • Print directly onto inkjet printable CDs DVDs, without labels
  • 4.8 pages per minute with black ink, 5 pages per minute with color ink
  • Manual double sided printing
  • Energy Star qualified

Easy Hardware Software Setup

Using the easy-to-follow “Start Here” foldout instructions, we plugged in the power, installed the 6 included ink cartridges–Black, Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Light Cyan, and Light Magenta, and pressed the ink button to charge the ink.

While the Artisan 50 has no networking capability, we still wanted to test it on different systems, so one at a time, we installed it on three different machines–a Mac running OSX Lion, another Mac running OSX Snow Leopard, and a third running running Windows 7.

We contemplated installing the software that came on the CD, but our extensive printing experience has taught us that you can’t always enter custom paper sizes without installing the latest print driver. What if the drivers found on the CD were older than what we could find on Epson’s web site? So instead of installing the software provided on the CD, we went to Epson’s Drivers Support page, finding the appropriate section for each operating system. We opted for the lighter software versions over the all inclusive “Drivers and Utilities Combo Package” because we never use the extra software that seems to clog up our systems when installing a new printer.

The Mac drivers installed without a hitch on the Mac systems and the same was true for Windows. In each case, when the installation completed, the printer was installed and ready to print. We give the setup two big thumbs up for being easy.

Using the Print Driver

If you’ve spent any time printing specialty paper and non-standard card sizes, you’ve likely spent a proportionate amount of time in your printer’s driver. The print driver is your interface to your printer and all of its user-configurable settings.

Epson printers are well regarded among the printing experts in our office, not only for their quality printing and but for their versatility in printing custom sized paper. We’ve always found their print drivers to include all the settings and customization needed for almost any type of printing scenario.

Although we know the power of the print driver, many people don’t know how to access it, and as a result, have problems printing. We love how clearly Epson has documented the “Printing in Windows” process in their Quick Guide. Here are the first 3 of 11 steps they detail:

  • Open a photo or document in an application.
  • Open the File menu and select Print.
  • Make sure Epson Artisan 50 Series is selected, the click the Preferences or Properties button. (If you see a Setup, Printer, or Options button, click it. Then click Preferences or Properties on the next screen.)

The guide goes on to explain the different settings once the print driver is open.

The “Printing With a Macintosh” section is equally helpful to the newbie printer.

Setting Custom Paper Sizes

The Artisan 50 can print any custom paper sizes that measure between 3 1/2 to 8 1/2 inches wide and 5 to 44 inches high. You just need to communicate the paper size to the printer.

  • In the Main tab, under Paper Options, there is a dropdown for Size.
  • Click Letter (8 1/2 x 11in) to reveal the list of pre-programmed paper sizes
  • Instead of selecting a size, choose User Defined
  • In Paper Width field, enter paper width as it is loaded into your printer (short edge first) Measurement is in hundredths of an inch or hundredths of a centimeter
  • In Paper Height field, enter paper height
  • Click OK

We test printed some non-stardard card sizes, or at least sizes that don’t appear in the list of those pre-configured in the print driver:

We wanted to make sure that, within the print driver, we could enter any custom paper size (within the acceptable print range) and print to that size.

Although the smallest card (3 1/2 x 4 7/8) was 1/8 of an inch too small for the printer’s minimum printable size, we just entered 5 inches and ran with it. The card printed fine as did the other two sizes.

2 Sided Printing – Does It Save Money Time?

This is not automatic 2 sided printing, also known as duplex printing. Generally, duplex printing is available only in commercial grade printers. With the Artisan 50, it is a manual process.

In Epson’s Artisan 50 product overview, the ability to “Save paper — easily print on both sides of the paper, saving money and paper” is touted as a key feature. But does this 2 sided printing really save money and should it be considered as a feature? Before we weigh in on that, we’ll show you how it works.

Step 1: Create a 2 sided document within a page layout or word processing program:

In Microsoft Word, we created this wedding program:

Step 2: Access the print driver select 2-sided printing:

  • In program, click File Print
  • Select Epson Artisan 50 printer
  • Click Properties (or Preferences) button
  • Within Epson printer driver, click Page Layout tab
  • In 2-sided printing section, click “On”
  • Click “OK”
  • Click “OK” again to print

Step 3: Retrieve Printed Paper, Turn Paper Over Reload

When the front side has finished printing, a popup details the rest of the process:

2-Sided Printing Feature Conclusion

Many of our customers print on both sides of our paper using their home inkjet and laser printers. Although we haven’t heard from anyone using a manual 2-sided printing feature like this, perhaps some are. But most are probably printing front and back manually. It’s easy enough to create a document for the front side and a document for the rear side, print the front side, reload the paper, and print the back side. So while we aren’t jumping up and down over Epson’s implementation, if that extra popup window shown in Step 3 provides users with that extra hand holding that they need to feel comfortable about printing paper on both sides, it’s worth using.

This feature is only available when printing from a PC. It is disabled in the Mac driver.

Printing Tests – Our Expectations Methods

We did not make it easy on the Epson Artisan 50.

We test printed on a variety of popular 8 1/2 x 11 specialty papers. Most were chosen for having unique characteristics in their weights and surfaces that make them a challenge for inkjet printers and home printers in general.

For our tests, we used a sample wedding program insert sheet, designed in Microsoft Word and using the Edwardian Script ITC font. We find this script font useful for revealing printing weaknesses as opposed to a more uniform font like Comic Sans which can hide weaknesses like jagged edges and spreading.

For Comparison’s Sake…

Our tests spanned 4 different inkjet printers, the Epson Artisan 50, the larger, wide format Epson Stylus Photo R1900, another wide format Canon Pixma iX7000, and the HP Envy 100 All-in-One.

At the end of this article, you can read our reviews of the other printers.

Similar Printer Settings for an Equal Playing Field

To create an equal playing field, we tested with the same papers and printed from the same Word document. Within the 4 different print drivers, we kept the settings as equal as possible, generally choosing plain text printing at the best quality setting. We turned off fast printing when available as an option. If the printers had alternative paper trays, we used the trays recommended in the manuals for best printing on the particular sheets we happened to be testing at the time.

What You See Is What We Got

After the test samples were printed, they were scanned with a quality Canon Canoscan 9000F scanner. Other than cropping and resizing, no further image adjustments were made. So to the best of our abilities, what you see on your screen is what was printed. Clicking on an image will take you to a full size photo scanned at 300 dpi. This is the best way to analyze the printing results.

When deciding which printing examples to show as comparisons to the Epson Artisan 50, we chose only those with appreciable differences, but even then, some are close enough that you’ll need to evaluate which looks better to you.

Round 1 – Printing on Matte Finish Paper

Weights Tested

  • 70lb (104 gsm) Text Paper – LCI Paper Brand
  • 111lb (300 gsm) Card Stock – GMUND Colors MATT
  • 120lb (325 gsm) Card Stock – LCI Paper Brand

When it comes to printing text on matte finish paper, the Epson Artisan 50 is a competent performer, on par with the more expensive Epson Stylus Photo R1900 wide format printer. But can it hang with the Canon Pixma iX7000 or the HP Envy 100 which are also more expensive printers?

In these sample photos, notice how the ink from the Epson spreads on the sample 70lb (104 gsm) Text Paper – LCI Paper Brand, while the Canon and HP photos show crisper printing:

When moving up to 111lb (300 gsm) Card Stock – GMUND Colors MATT, the gap between the Epson and Canon narrows, but the Canon’s text is still a bit more crisp:

But on this premium heavyweight 120lb (325 gsm) Card Stock – LCI Paper Brand, the Epson edges out the more expensive Canon. Although neither printer produces great results on this thick paper, note the Epson’s truer black:

Round 2 – Printing on Textured Paper

Weights Tested

  • 80lb (216 gsm) Linen Card Stock – LCI Paper Brand
  • 100lb (270 gsm) Felt Card Stock – LCI Paper Brand

Textured finish paper can be challenging for inkjet printers because the tiny ridges and crevasses in the pattern affect the ink sprayed from the printer. Furthermore, a printer that does well on one type of texture may not do as well when confronted with a different texture. Testing is a must.

Printing on the subtle embossed linen finish of 80lb (216 gsm) Linen Card Stock – LCI Paper Brand yields less than definitive results. The Epson’s black ink is a bit darker, but the ink has also spread a bit further than the Canon. Click on the larger images to see the actual texture of the paper and notice that the Canon printing seems to have produced more jagged edges.

The Felt textured finish of 100lb (270 gsm) Felt Card Stock – LCI Paper Brand is typically more challenging than the subtle linen finish above, yet the Epson produced an admirable result. Which do you find preferable? On close examination, the Epson printing seems to have spread a bit more than we would have liked, but we still consider it a good result.

Round 3 – Printing on Metallic Finish Paper

Weights Tested

  • 81lb (120 gsm) Metallic Text Paper – Stardream Brand
  • 111lb (300 gsm) Metallic Card Stock – Curious Metallics Brand

We find that metallic finish papers are best printed with laser printers. The toner instantly bonds to the paper far better and faster than when printing from an inkjet. Inkjet printing on metallic stock also requires extra drying time before handling. With those factors in mind, some inkjet printers are capable of printing on metallic paper, and are often a more convenient option, as they are found in more homes than laser printers. We put the Epson up against our two other office inkjet printers. We think you’ll agree that the Epson came up just a bit short.

The first printing test almost seems unfair, as the Epson was thrown into the same arena as the HP Envy 100, a printer that blew us away in it’s ability to print on lighter weight metallic paper and approach laser quality. The Epson’s print quality is adequate on this Stardream text weight sheet, but the HP is super sharp and saturated.

Next, we tested on heavy 111lb (300 gsm) Metallic Card Stock – Curious Metallics Brand–paper that jammed in the HP Envy 100. However, the Epson is able to handle paper as thick and heavier. Here is its result of a comparison with our Canon inkjet. The Epson printout is quite sharp but a bit light when shown side by side with the Canon:

Round 4 – Printing on Translucent Paper

Weights Tested

    74lb (110 gsm) European Parchment – Pergamenata Brand

Round 5 – Photo Printing on 80lb (216 gsm) Smooth Card Stock

Weight Tested

When making Half Fold Greeting Cards, many of our customers print photos directly onto our smooth card stock.

In this test we printed a high resolution outdoor photo on our own 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 Radiant White card stock. In the print driver we left paper type as Plain Paper and changed the printing quality to Fine. We also unchecked the High Speed printing option.

You can see that the Epson produced somewhat less dynamic color, less detail, less contrast, and less sharpness than the same printed photo on HP Envy 100 All-in-One. While the Epson’s photo print quality is still good, it’s not the best.


We re-tested the Epson Artisan 50 with different paper settings suggested by one of our readers.

Conclusion Final Thoughts

We put the Epson Artisan 50 up against some serious competition, perhaps unfairly. The good news is we found very little difference in print quality between it and the more expensive Epson R1900 wide format printer. And while it didn’t match the slightly more expensive HP Envy 100 All-in-One in terms of print sharpness, it handled every different paper weight and custom card size that we tested which is more than we can say for the HP. The Canon iX700 is a wide format printer that can be had for a great price, and while it often bested the less expensive Epson Artisan 50, the differences were smaller when printing on textured paper. The Epson arguably yielded better results when we tested premium, heavyweight card stock.

We’re Fans of Top-Loading Printers

With its proven paper loading design which feeds paper from the top, the paper doesn’t make any extreme turns along its path. This allows the printer to handle heavy card stock, envelopes, and custom sized paper in stride.

Mature, Full Featured Print Driver

The Epson print driver that DIYers know and love is intact and even more functional than in older models. We’re sure that custom printing will not be a frustrating experience because whether the printer is connected and operated from a PC or from a Mac, the driver is easy to navigate and it’s easy to choose different printing options.

We noticed that most settings, with the exception of double sided printing, are available whether printing from a Mac or PC. In whatever machine we were using to print, in our tests, we saw no discernible printing differences when printing from Mac or PC. We believe Epson has well-developed drivers that are consistent between the two platforms.

Great Documentation

In reviewing Epson’s documentation, from the printed “Start Here” setup guide “Quick Guide” to the online “Epson Information Center,” our impression is that the company knows what DIY users want to do and they make it easy and clear for their customers to accomplish their goals.

Sadly, No Networking

On the negative side, the printer lacks a feature found in most current printers–networking. You will either have to directly connect to the printer via USB, or be technically savvy enough to know how to connect to it from another computer connected on the same network.

As for the other touted features like CD printing, automatic red-eye removal, and a version of double sided printing, we’ll leave it up to you to decide if they are attractions.

Bottom Line

While we can’t bestow any best-in-category awards, we consider the Epson Artisan 50 a quality peripheral for the DIY home printer. It seems like Epson is in the corner of the DIY customer and they make it easy for you to do what you want.

Printer Reviews

All of the printers mentioned and compared in this review have also been thoroughly reviewed on their own:

This compact all-in-one printer excels at printing photos, albeit at a snail’s pace

Laptop Mag Verdict

It’s on the pricier side for a midsized all–in-one printer, but the Epson EcoTank ET-2850 pairs pure productivity with a printing process that’s more pleasing to the planet.


  • Compact, minimalist design
  • Accurate colors and details
  • Great for photo printing and scanning
  • Eco-friendly ink replacement


  • – Premium price
  • – No SD Card slot or Ethernet port
  • – Tiny 1.4-inch LCD screen
  • – Very slow printing speeds

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The Epson EcoTank ET-2850 All-in-One Printer is leading the charge for eco-friendly ink options in your family’s home office. Featuring an innovative cartridge-free ink system and impressive performance in a tidy, attractive package, the EcoTank ET-2850 promises to “exceed your vision” (according to the box, anyway) in terms of overall value and print quality. It’s an excellent all-in-one printer that’s accessible enough for the whole family, and way smarter than the inkjet printers of yesteryear. It easily slots into our best printers page.

Epson EcoTank ET-2850 All-in-One Printer pricing and availability

Printer Type: Inkjet Features: Print, copy, scan Display: 1.4-inch color LCD touchscreen Ink/Toner: 4 cartridges (black, cyan, magenta, yellow) Max Print Resolution: 4800 x 1200 Connectivity: 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi, USB Compatibility: Mac OS X 10.6.8 – macOS 10.15; Windows 7 through 10 (32-bit or 64-bit) Print Speed (Rated): Up to 10.5 ppm (black), 5 ppm (color) Print Speed (Tested): 6.8 ppm (black), 3.7 ppm (color) Size: 14.8 x 13.7 x 7.4 inches Weight: 11.9 pounds

Available in black or white, the Epson EcoTank ET-2850 costs 300, and that comes with a standard two-year limited warranty — though that second year requires you to register the printer with HP.

As of this writing, the ET-2850 was sold out on Epson’s website (not a bad sign in terms of gauging pure popularity for this particular printer), but both Amazon and Office Depot still had plenty in stock. That may change, of course, as the next round of holiday deals begin their looming, Mariah Carey-tinted descent.

The EcoTank ET-2850 is part of Epson’s new generation of cartridge-free printers, which feature refillable ink tanks to minimize waste. Depending on how much printing you and your family do on a regular basis, each of these new printers comes with up to two years worth of ink right in the box — and with every replacement ink set. There are six new EcoTank models to choose from, ranging from 250 to 500. The ET-4850 is nestled right in the middle, though it’s still a bit large to make a good stocking stuffer.

Epson EcoTank ET-2850 All-in-One Printer: setting up

Thanks to the wonders of mobile tech, the traditional tedium of setting up your printer is a non-issue. After unpacking the ET-2850, I just had to plug it in; download the Epson Smart Panel app; press the power button on the printer; and follow the instructions on my phone. (Epson also includes a Windows installation disk, if your machine happens to have a CD drive. In my testing, though, it’s just easier to use your smartphone if you can.)

This is where Epson’s new printer line stands out, since setting up involves manually filling those ink tanks yourself, like a bona fide techie. (Don’t worry, it’s easier than you think.) This process may take slightly longer than swapping out traditional ink cartridges, but the DIY nature of it all is surprisingly pleasing since you can literally watch the ink reservoirs fill up right before your eyes, one at a time. (Just make sure to put the right ink in the right reservoir!) Then it’s just a matter of connecting to Wi-Fi, allowing “ink initialization” to finish — a ten-minute procedure — adjusting the printer head alignment; updating the firmware; and that’s about it. I had everything set up in less than 30 minutes. If you’re a Windows user like me, you’ll want to download everything for your desktop, too.

The reservoir for black ink is larger than the rest, which explains why replacement bottles cost 20 instead of 13. You can also pick up a three-pack of cyan, magenta, and yellow ink bottles from Epson’s website for 39. ( on ink costs later.)

The Epson Smart Panel app is intuitive and easy to navigate; there’s a nifty carousel on the customizable interface to help you print photos, documents, ID cards, borderless copies, and a whole bunch more. (The app is compatible with iOS, too, so iPhone owners aren’t left in the dark.) In my testing, it was a cinch to scan and print documents directly from my Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra as I organized press materials for upcoming projects.

Noticeably absent, however, is a fax function, but that practice is becoming more archaic with every passing tax season.

Epson EcoTank ET-2850 All-in-One Printer design and ease of use

Similar to other newish all-in-one printers, the Epson EcoTank ET-2850 has a 1.4-inch LCD panel for menu navigation, which is handled by pressing the soft-touch buttons to the right of the screen. The 250 HP OfficeJet Pro 9015e has a much larger 2.7-inch color touchscreen that can be tilted at 45 degrees for better viewing. Granted, you can access most printer controls right from your phone or laptop, so you shouldn’t have to fiddle with Epson’s diminutive screen too often if you don’t feel like it.

Turn the printer around, and you’ll find a host USB port, an AC adapter port…and that’s it. I appreciate the minimalism here, but a USB memory port or SD Card slot would be nice for speedy file transfers, especially since you can find such connectivity with cheaper printers like the OfficeJet Pro 9015e. The 100-sheet dual-sided document feeder is easy to miss, accessible via a hidden panel in the back. If you lift the main lid, you’ll find the glass scanning area underneath; there’s also an extendable output tray on the front. Overall, it’s a tidy, collapsible package that’s easy on the eyes and easy as hell to navigate.

While it’s hardly necessary, in my opinion, Epson does a nice job with aesthetics here. Heck, they just might have a future in the world of color photography or something.

I used the Epson Smart Panel app on my phone to complete most of my testing, and it’s dead-simple to use; I appreciate the carousel-style menu for navigation.

Epson EcoTank ET-2850 All-in-One Printer print speeds

Using standard printing paper in its (smallish) 100-sheet input tray, the Epson EcoTank ET-2850 holds its own when it comes to light productivity chores. It printed out my 5-page black-and-white text document in 43.6 seconds, or 6.8 ppm, which is roughly twice as long as the OfficeJet Pro 9015e (13.4 ppm), but as the latter’s name implies, that machine was literally built for office chores.

The Epson EcoTank ET-2850 was similarly laggy when it came to mixed text and color graphics. It printed out my 5-page test document in 1 minute 21 seconds, or 3.7 ppm. In duplexer mode (to create two-sided prints), it managed a measly 6.3 ppm in black and white, which is a far cry from the OfficeJet Pro 9015e’s 10 ppm.

Long story short: if zippy prints are a top priority for your day-to-day, look to laser printers instead.

Note: Epson rates the Epson EcoTank ET-2850 at up to 15.5 ISO ppm for black-and-white documents, and up to 8.5 ISO ppm for color, which amounts to the expected hyperbole when it comes to manufacturer testing. And not for nothing, but printing speeds are a somewhat subjective measurement, depending on how you test, what kind of paper you use, and what settings you tweak on the accompanying software. Plus, most printers achieve speedier outputs once they’re warmed up.

Epson EcoTank ET-2850 All-in-One Printer copy and scan speeds

A family-friendly all-in-one should make copies at a decent rate, and the EcoTank ET-2850 gets a passing grade in this department. It took 22.6 seconds to scan and print a singular multicolored text doc (11 seconds for black and white copies), which is fairly slow in comparison to the HP OfficeJet Pro 9015e (6 and 5.5 seconds, respectively).

Without customizing any settings, the EcoTank ET-2850 reproduced a Time magazine cover copy in 36 seconds; in High Quality mode (adjusted via the LCD screen), that print time skyrocketed to 2 minutes and 25 seconds. This is on par with the HP OfficeJet Pro 9015e, which copied the same magazine cover in 1 minute and 40 seconds when using Photo mode.

Epson EcoTank ET-2850 All-in-One Printer print quality

Overall, I was pleased as pie with the Epson EcoTank ET-2850’s print quality. Text was plenty sharp and crisp in both color and black-and-white documents; it was easy enough to make out all the finer details in my test printouts. Scanned images came out well, too, especially when using higher-quality photo paper. (Printing out colorful photos on standard office paper can result in streaking and/or fading.)

Epson is known for its expertise in photography, and this is where the ET-2850 really shines; it has a maximum print resolution of 4800 x 1200. To put the ET-2850 through its pixel-pushing paces, I bumped the quality settings up to “high” and printed out a variety of glossy photos, which included some outdoor shots (4000 x 3000), a portrait of my goofy mug (2736 x 2736), and a high-res wallpaper of some distant Galaxy (5120 x 2880).

The ET-2850 produced accurate, well-saturated colors throughout; in the portrait shot (which took over five minutes to finish printing), I could easily make out the individual hairs in my scraggly beard, the TV’s reflection on the swimming goggles I’m wearing, and even the pores in my nose.

Epson EcoTank ET-2850 All-in-One Printer ink costs

Epson offers one 70 mL size for their color ink replacements, which cost 13 per bottle (cyan, magenta, yellow); you can buy a three-pack for 39. Black ink bottles are a little larger at 127 mL, and will run you 20 each.

Color ink bottles are rated for up to 6,000 pages each, and Black ink cartridges are rated for up to 7,500 pages. That averages out to 0.2 cents per page for color cartridges and 0.3 cents for black ink cartridges. Assuming these estimates are somewhat accurate, you shouldn’t have to reup on ink very often.


If you’re looking for an all-in-one printer that’s great for churning out color photos, most families will find something to like about the Epson EcoTank ET-2850 All-in-One Printer. It’s a lot of productivity in a fairly diminutive package, and the Epson Smart Panel app makes weekly office chores a snap. Slow printing, scanning, and copying speeds set the ET-2850 behind such competitors as the HP OfficeJet Pro 9015e, which is admittedly bigger and louder than the former, but if you’re never in a rush with your printing jobs, you should appreciate the overall quality Epson has to offer.

As a mild-mannered mobile tech journalist and molecular mixologist, TJ has over a decade of detail-driven storytelling under his belt. Conversely, as a seasoned outdoor athlete, he’s forever fascinated by every shade of green on this beautiful planet. When TJ’s not coddiwompling through New York City or the metaverse, he can be found field-testing futuristic fitness tech from his living room while crafting Dr. Seussian poetry inside a tattered moleskin.

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Epson Introduces Lightest and Smallest Color Mobile Printer

Epson America, Inc., a leading provider of superior performing printing solutions, announced the lightest and smallest color mobile printer1, the WorkForce WF-110. Designed for on-the-go professionals, this sleek, ultra-light printer can easily be transported in bags and briefcases for effortless, worry-free printing wherever business takes you.

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The WF-110 offers flexible battery charging options, including via USB or AC adapter, and can provide even greater print volume when paired with the optional external accessory battery. Its built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery offers dependable performance in a small package. Leveraging fast, 5G wireless connectivity, plus Wi-Fi Direct2, the compact WF-110 lets users print from iPads iPhones tablets, smartphones, and laptops3. The new model features durable, instant-dry inks, allowing professionals to quickly print presentations, invoices, contracts, 4”x6” borderless photos and more.

“For busy on-the-go professionals, dependable, long-lasting devices are essential in their daily lines of work,” said Stevi Sterns, associate product manager, Epson America, Inc. “Fast connectivity is also at the critical for businesspeople constantly on the move. The WorkForce WF-110 is the ultimate lightweight addition to today’s mobile, wireless work environment, offering convenient, fast prints with a small footprint and long-lasting battery.”

Pricing and Availability

The Epson WorkForce WF-110 Wireless Mobile Printer (MSRP 299.99) is now available through major retail stores nationwide and Epson’s retail site, For more information, please visit

About Epson

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Led by the Japan-based Seiko Epson Corporation, the worldwide Epson Group generates annual sales of more than US10 billion.

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Epson WorkForce Pro WF-6090 Printer with PCL/PostScript

  • epson, artisan, inkjet, printer

Fast first page out first set out PrecisionCore Heat-Free Technology requires no warm-up time meaning you get a fast first page out.

Less downtime High-capacity ink supplies for low intervention.

IT Management Tools Features and tools make it easy to manage Epson printers.

Lower purchase price Often available at a lower acquisition cost than comparable laser printers.

Save on ink costs High-yield ink system means you minimize the frequency of replacing ink and get a low cost-per-page.

Save on running costs PrecisionCore Heat-Free Technology uses less energy than laser printers, and you’re covered for service, parts and shipping costs.

Heat-free technology No warm-up time and delivers low power consumption.

Permanent printhead Epson PrecisionCore printhead designed to last the life of the printer, making them ideal for busy offices.

Minimal waste Designed with minimal replacement parts and high yield consumables.

Business-level print quality Print sharp text and graphics with vivid colors and smooth gradations.

Durable, fast-drying ink Truly touchable prints, right out of the printer.

Print on various media Inkjet printers can print beautifully on a wide variety of papers and card stock with a printhead that never makes contact with the media.

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epson, artisan, inkjet, printer


You’re covered for service parts, and even shipping costs if you need to send the printer in for maintenance.

  • Easy network setup — remote and universal drivers.
  • Security features, SSL compliant.
  • MPS compliant: PrintFleet FMAudit Print Audit.
  • Remote management — easily manage your customer’s printer fleet over the Cloud via the device dashboard.


This printer is designed for use with Epson cartridges only, not third-party cartridges or ink. black and color print speeds are measured in accordance with ISO/IEC 24734. Actual print times will vary based on system configuration, software, and page complexity. For more information, visit our official site.

Compared with best-selling color lasers priced at 600 (USD) or less as of May 2015. Calculation based on continuous printing with highest-capacity cartridges. Actual savings will vary based on print task and use conditions.2. 748XXL Black cartridge prints about 10, 000 ISO pages. 748XXL color cartridges Print about 7000 ISO pages on average. Replacement cartridge yields are based on ISO/IEC 24711 tests in default mode printing continuously. Cartridge yields vary considerably for reasons including images printed, print settings, temperature and humidity. Yields may be lower when printing infrequently or predominantly with one ink color. All ink colors are used for printing and printer maintenance, and all colors have to be installed for printing. For print quality, part of the ink from the included cartridges is used for printer startup and a variable amount of ink remains in the cartridges after the replace cartridges; signal. For details, See our official site.3. With optional paper trays.4. Including printfleet, ECI (fmaudit) and print Audit.5. Not all media types are supported for PCL printing.6. Monthly duty cycle up to 75, 000 is the highest duty a user could expect in a month, based on near-constant operation of a device of this kind. It is not recommended that the device be run at this duty. For best device performance, run the device at the recommended duty of 5000 pages per month.7. Most features require an Internet connection to the printer, as well as an Internet- and/or email-enabled device. For a list of Epson Connect enabled printers and compatible devices and apps, visit our official site.8. NFC requires use of a device that includes NFC, and may require additional software9. Compared to best-selling color lasers priced at 600 (USD) or less as of May 2015. Actual power savings will vary by product Model and usage.10. For convenient and reasonable recycling options, visit our official site.11. Smart Way is an innovative partnership of the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency that reduces greenhouse gases and other air pollutants and improves fuel efficiency.

This Epson printer is designed for use with only genuine Epson-brand cartridges. Other brands of ink cartridges and ink supplies are not compatible and, even if described as compatible, may not function properly or at all. Epson provides information about the design of the printer on the box and in many other locations and materials included with the printer and on the website. Epson periodically provides firmware updates to address issues of security, performance, minor bug fixes and ensure the printer functions as designed. This printer was designed to work only with genuine Epson ink cartridges and some updates may affect the functionality of third party ink. Non-Epson branded or altered Epson cartridges that functioned prior to a firmware update may not continue to function.

The WorkForce Pro WF-6090 letter/legal-size printer, powered by PrecisionCore, saves up to 50 percent on printing costs vs. color lasers. Minimize downtime with Epson’s highest-yield cartridges, which print up to 7000 black/color pages before replacement, and a paper capacity up to 1580 sheets. Epson’s fastest office printer, the WF-6090 includes built-in auto duplexing and delivers pro-quality documents as fast as 24 ISO ppm (black/color). IT tools and security features make network integration seamless for shared printing. Plus, it’s enabled with remote printer data collection compatible with MPS software solutions.

Tech Specs

  • Up to 34 ppm. black draft
  • Up to 34 ppm. color draft
  • Up to 24 ppm. B/W (ISO/IEC 24734)
  • Up to 24 ppm. color (ISO/IEC 24734)
  • Up to 16 ppm. B/W duplex (ISO/IEC 24734)
  • Up to 16 ppm. color duplex (ISO/IEC 24734)

Letter A Size (8.5 in x 11 in), Legal (8.5 in x 14 in), Executive (7.25 in x 10.5 in), A4 (8.25 in x 11.7 in), A6 (4.13 in x 5.83 in), 4 in x 6 in, 3.5 in x 5 in, 5 in x 7 in, 8 in x 10 in

  • 1 x ink cartridge (black)
  • 1 x ink cartridge (cyan)
  • 1 x ink cartridge (magenta)
  • 1 x ink cartridge (yellow)

Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Microsoft Windows XP Professional x64 Edition, Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2, Microsoft Windows Server 2003 R2, Microsoft Windows Server 2008, Microsoft Windows Vista (32/64 bits), Microsoft Windows 7 (32/64 bits), Microsoft Windows Server 2012, Windows 8 (32/64 bits), Microsoft Windows XP (32-bit) SP3, Windows 8.1 (32/64 bits), Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2, Apple MacOS X 10.6.x. 10.10.x, Windows 10

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