Epson Workforce Pro WP-4545 DTWF specs

By Simon Williams


Key Features

  • Wireless connection with WPS
  • High-capacity ink cartridges
  • Scan to USB
  • Full fax functions
  • 580-sheet capacity as standard
  • Manufacturer: Epson
  • Review Price: £188.00
Quick Glance
Type Inkjet
Paper Size A4
Colour Yes
Fax Yes
Copier Yes
Scanner Yes
Physical Specifications
Height 420
Width 461
Depth 420
Weight 16500
Scanner Yes
Copier Yes
Fax Yes
Type Inkjet
Duplex Yes
Print Resolution 4800 x 1200
Paper Size A4
Sheet Capacity 2 x 250 sheet cassettes + 80 sheet tray
Max Paper Weight 256g/sm
Colour Yes
Rated Black Speed 26
Rated Colour Speed 24
Number of Catridges 4
Print Without PC Yes
Scan Resolution 1200 x 1200
Connection Type Ethernet, USB
Card slot None
Networking Yes
Extra Features 89mm touchscreen with touch panel, duplex print, twin cassettes, high yield cartridges


August 16, 2012, 11:41 am

An awesome multifunction printer as in the review and I think it deserves an overall score of 10 simply because Epson are currently offering a cash back of £70!!

Chris Sharpe

April 11, 2013, 9:15 am

Review text seems to say no print from USB stick / device, but summary table says it can be done....?


June 23, 2013, 3:23 pm

My Epson WorkForce turned out to be a ink spilling disaster after a few months. Big drops of yellow ink are ruining my print work.


November 24, 2013, 7:52 am

My Epson Wp4545 stopped working after two months. Really bad quality and support from Epson. Dealer told me every single WP4545 they sold had problems. Epson replaces them but the replaced model also stops working after a month or two. The ink supply system is just a faulty design. Switched to HP now, and can only say the overall quality of HP is extremely superior to Epson (also on the software side which was a drama with the Epson).


March 2, 2014, 11:01 am

I agree with everything dario and tcvdveer say. I too have the large drops of yellow ink. black has now stopped working . Looks good, great for the first few months - then, as tcvdeer says - a complete disaster. I too shall be going back to HP

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