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Epson WorkForce WF-7610DWF A3 Duplex Business Printer with Wi-Fi, Ethernet and A3 Double-Sided Printing - Black
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- Four-in-one duplex-print, scan, copy and fax
- Fast print speeds - business-quality 18 ppm printing
- Front paper tray - 250 sheet capacity
- Epson Connect - freedom to print and scan anywhere
- DURABrite ultra ink is ideal for producing laser-like business documents
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The software is a complete disaster. It does not offer any reasonable scan preview option, crashes very often, to the point when I have to uninstall it for the fourth time now. When it works it works but when things go wrong it is not simply a matter of reset, nothing helps and settings are so over complicated and layered that you never really know if and what had changed. You never know whether it will or will not work today.
It is really annoying. I can see the potential in this machine but it works at 30% of it's capabilities simply because of really bad software. Looks like I will be buying Brother again soon unless a miracle happens and people at Epson will finally work on decent drivers and software not a nonsense pile of applications which sit on your laptop to consume RAM and bombard us everyday with "excellent" offers of their ink a set of which cost half of the price of the printer. If I may suggest I would change the name of the software from "Epson priner manager" to "Epson (Not responding)" ;)
I’m afraid my experience of using this printer has not been very encouraging. I looked through the volume of positive reports, and having assessed them against the small amount of negative reports, I decided to purchase one. I liked the published description, and was impressed by its technical features. It was delivered in good time, and I was looking forward to using it. I only have to use a printer occasionally, so during the first week I printed just two small pages in black, then on the second week I printed a few further pages, but then at the end of that week I had a page to print that contained colour, and that’s when I discovered there was a problem with the printer, because it did not print the colour section. I engaged the jet cleaning process and then tried to print again, but once again it did not print the colour section, so once more I tried to clean the jets, but it still did not print in colour, so I realised that something was wrong with the printer. It was then that I decided that I would not be able to have confidence in a new printer that would not print in colour after only two weeks from purchase. I decided not to have a replacement in case the same thing happened again. It was very frustrating having to return it. One other thing is that when I checked the ink levels, the colour cartridges were only half full, the ink had been used cleaning the jets, and I hadn’t printed anything in colour. But judging by the positive reviews, some people were luckier than I have been.
When you run out of colour ink you CANNOT print in only black. Conversely when you run out of black ink you can use the colour ink to print in black. Very interesting concept that they did there to increase ink demand.
Other than that it's wirelessly connected and prints pretty well. Shame it seems like the Epson only cares about milking cash off of us what with these insane designer flaws.
Edit: So for whatever reason, I've had to learn about the mechanisms of ink-jet printing in university, and I can now somewhat appreciate the high costs of the ink in comparison the the printer.
Objectively speaking, the printer is very good - the quality of print is clean, and the fact that it's wireless (aside from the power cable) is great, especially as a family printer. I have yet to experience a Wifi connection break. The speed at which it prints is a significant improvement from my old printer and the quiet-print function has also proved fairly useful.
The above statements still stand, in that the ink is extraordinarily expensive, there are limited printing functions when you run out of only 1 colour, and there are occasional issues with striping from the cartridges.
Nevertheless, as a review of the printer by itself, it is very good for its price. Just be aware that the investment in the printer itself is absolutely not your main money sink.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Best printer I have ever used, does absolutely everything you want and more. Would highly recommend, especially if you're working with A3 often.Published 8 hours ago by Amazon Customer
Love it. Now I can print from any sources wireless: laptops, tablets and phones, even when I am not home. The volume in out-of-the-box ink might be too small. Read morePublished 11 hours ago by Eric Yu
Very pleasantly surprised, a doddle to set up on WiFi and now taking input from PCs & Android phones without any dramas. Read morePublished 21 hours ago by MR M J ORSON
The black ink does not print bright black , neon colour print in a different shade which does not look right. I am not getting double sided print outs. Read morePublished 1 day ago by l