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granfire

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I had to buy a new one, as I kill printers with an alarming rate, even before the ink runs dry.

Ok, the new machine is an Epson, wireless, (home) office grade with fax, and all the fancy stuff, like sucking the paper back in to print the reverse....

anyhow, How can I set this up so that I can print from my device even if I am not in reach of my personal router at home?
I know it's printing from smartphones (if I were to actually leave it on)
 
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so off the phone - but only within reach?
or I need to send it as fax (not connected as such - yet)
 

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I had to buy a new one, as I kill printers with an alarming rate, even before the ink runs dry.

Ok, the new machine is an Epson, wireless, (home) office grade with fax, and all the fancy stuff, like sucking the paper back in to print the reverse....

anyhow, How can I set this up so that I can print from my device even if I am not in reach of my personal router at home?
I know it's printing from smartphones (if I were to actually leave it on). I have a small printer question and would appreciate some advice. I'm in the market for a compact printer for my home office but I'm overwhelmed by the options available. I need something reliable, efficient, and preferably with wireless capabilities. Print quality is also important as I often need crisp documents. Can anyone recommend a good small printer that fits these criteria? Any personal experiences or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance for your help. Looking forward to hearing your recommendations!
I have a small printer question and would appreciate some advice. I'm in the market for a compact printer for my home office but I'm overwhelmed by the options available. I need something reliable, efficient, and preferably with wireless capabilities. Print quality is also important as I often need crisp documents. Can anyone recommend a good small printer that fits these criteria? Any personal experiences or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance for your help.
 

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If its an Epson, I believe you can use the epsom connect app to print. Google Epson Connect cloud printing.


note: just realized this thread is from 2019.
 
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