New Wide-Format Epson WorkForce Printers for Business

Epson recently introduced three new wide-format printers to their WorkForce business-class printer lineup.  The WorkForce WF-7520 ($299.99) and WF-7510 ($249.99) all-in-ones and WorkForce WF-7010  ($199.99) single function inkjet printer are all designed to print papers up to 13″ X 19″.  The two all-in-ones have a maximum 5760 x 1440 dpi print resolution and 2400 dpi maximum scan resolution with the 11″ X 17″ scanners.  They use up to 70% less power than laser printers, and they connect to your network through either wired or wireless connections.  The WF-7010 single-function ink jet printer has two storage trays for different paper sizes, and it has built-in Ethernet for easy sharing.  All printers use DURABrite inks for water-, smudge-, and fade-resistant prints.  These new WorkForce wide-format printers are available at many retailers and at Epson at the above links.

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  • John March 12, 2012, 2:56 am

    If those were HP, I’d have already ordered the top of the 3 before typing this; however, fool me once….

    Thanks for sharing a printer review, especially one on something different enough to merit one. A $300 multi-networkable print/scan/copy with 2 paper trays would be pretty nifty in most homes.

  • CS James June 21, 2012, 6:47 am

    The Workforce printers may be good for small business but if you’re using them on a regular basis they could be costly, as they use ink cartridges! Laser printers are usually more economical when it comes to consistent prints.


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