Epson XP-4105 Expression Home, Wireless All-in-One Color Inkjet Printer

$191.31

( 10 reviews )

The sleek Epson XP-4105 Expression wireless all-in-one offers auto 2-sided printing and other high performance features for efficient everyday home printing.

Featuring a 2.4″ color LCD for simple setup and navigation, the Epson XP-4105 makes it easy to wirelessly print, copy, and scan documents and photos. Print from your iPad┬«, iPhone┬«, Android tablet or smartphone1. Affordable individual ink cartridges mean you only replace the color that runs out. And, hands-free voice-activated functionality2 allows for easy printing, on command. Get truly touchable photos and documents with instant-dry ink all from a compact printer with a convenient space-saving design.

10 in stock


Estimated delivery on April 2, 2023

Description

Epson XP-4105 Expression Home, Wireless All-in-One Color Inkjet Printer

  • Save time and paper auto 2-sided printing
  • Simple setup and navigation high-res 2.4″ color LCD to easily print, copy and scan
  • Complete wireless solution easily print from iPad, iPhone, Android tablets and smartphones1; includes Wi-Fi Direct
  • Hands-free voice-activated printing2 to print a variety of projects and documents, including your to-do and shopping lists
  • Small size, great performance compact, space-saving design for home or office use

Additional information

Monochrome/Color

Color

Is Energy Star-Certified

Y

Condition

New

Manufacturer Part Number

C11CG33202

Assembled Product Weight

9.5 lb

Model

XP-4105

Brand

Epson

Features

No features description available

Manufacturer

Epson

10 reviews for Epson XP-4105 Expression Home, Wireless All-in-One Color Inkjet Printer

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  1. Victoria

    Love it!!Love this printer. It’s exactly what I need and was super easy to set up!

  2. charna

    Must Purchase!Absolutely love this printer !! Set up was a breeze !

  3. Constantine

    Affordable and good quality.To me it is not expensive and good quality printer. It has all the future of much expensive printer. Easy to connect and use. The cartridges are good quality and easy to replace. It doesn’t need much space, you can keep on your desk, wireless and pretty quiet. You can small or big job.

  4. Kelly

    Compatible with Chromebook! Great value!I purchased a Chrome Book without realizing how difficult it would be to find a compatible printer.

    I decided to give the Epson XP-4105 a try and it works wonderfully. I connected the printer to my Chromebook with USB. I find it’s the easiest way to connect and I avoid interruptions. It’s the only printer (I went through three others) that was compatible with my Chrome Book.

    This Epson prints quickly and I’m very satisfied with both the printer and the price. The price of the ink is affordable too, which is just the cherry on top.

    I highly recommend this printer if you have a Chrome Book or need a quick and easy printer to set up.

  5. Hoa

    not recommendthe printing is blur.

  6. Beverly

    Brand new ran out of InkI printed 5 pages and it ran out of ink. I know it’s an inexpensive all in one printer but that is awful service. I call Epson to complain and they were very rude I think this is shoddy business practices.

  7. Joseph

    Epson lost any future business with usWould give 0 stars if I could. I don’t even dare give this printer away. It’s going straight into the garbage. It determines ink level based on time, takes forever to calibrate, and WILL NOT let you print if the firmware thinks the ink is too low. Before getting this printer, I always ignored the low ink warnings because I could still get MANY, MANY MORE prints before losing quality. THIS PRINTER WILL NOT LET YOU PRINT WHEN THE FIRMWARE THINKS IT’S OUT OF INK. And it said it was out of ink after only a few print jobs. Shame on Epson for daring to sell such a horrible printer. The firmware updates as soon as you install the software. The update prevents you from using 3rd party ink cartridges. That’s just sneaky and anti-competitive, and should be illegal if it isn’t already. Last time we buy an Epson printer.

  8. David

    HONESTARRIVED ON TIME AND WELL PACKED, CONNECTED TO MY LAPTOP WITH EASE -TABLET WON’T CONNECT WHICH I KINDA EXPECTED. MY OLDER COMPUTER LIKEWISE .
    MY LAPTOP WORKED GOOD BUT WENT THRU INK KINDA FAST-BOUGHT NEW EPSON NK AND AFER INSTALLING SAID INK CAN NOT CONNECT LAPTOP TO PRINTER. TRIED CONNECTING AND IT SAYS CAN NOT CONNECT. WENT TO INSTALL PRINTER AND IT SHOWS A DIFERENT EPSON PRINTER FROM WHAT I HAVE. IN ORDERING FROM EPSON I THOUGHT IT WOULD BE LIKE MY LAST EPSON SO WHEN IT POPED UP REGERISTER LATER THAT WAS HAT I WAS GOING TO DO .NOW TIME HAS RUN OUT FOR WALMART RETURN SO I AM STUCK WITH PRINTER THAT I CAN NOT USE. GUESS I GET SOME OTHER BRAND.
    DAVID

  9. Steph

    Do not buyDo not buy this printer unless you have hundreds of dollars of ink to waste on printing a dozen things. I had to buy two packs of ink today and it ran out after five pages each time. Their website says that you should be able to print 150 pages per ink cartridge. I literally got five pages from one cartridge and seven from the other. This printer uses 4 cartridges and if one color runs out, you cannot print at all even if the other cartridges are full.

  10. tk3000

    Expect an ink cost of over US$2.00 per page…Once the printer was setup and ready, I printed about 12 pages of mostly text to make sure it was working properly.

    After few days idleness, sent another printing job to the printer and the printer took forever to process the printing job (seemed to be doing some self-maintenance job, like cleaning and/or unclogging the printer heads). On the printer’s lcd an hourglass was showing on for about 5 minutes, and afterwards it started to effectively print the page. Printed page was ok (no abnormalities, artefacts, or whatnot). But then… Surprise, surprise… the ink level was much lower… The black ink was about 35% depleted, and the color ones were about 20% depleted. Is that for real? One print about 12 pages of mostly text and the inks levels get that low. One would expect at least one hundred pages before the ink runs so low so fast. I guess that one is going back to the store.

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