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EPSON WorkForce WF-7510 15 ISO ppm Black Print Speed 5760 x 1440 dpi Color Print Quality Wireless InkJet MFC / All-In-One Color Printer

  • 15 ISO ppm Black Print Speed
  • 8.4 ISO ppm Color Print Speed
  • 5760 x 1440 dpi Black Print Quality
  • 5760 x 1440 dpi Color Print Quality

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The EPSON WorkForce WF-7510 is a high-performance inkjet MFP that offers capability to print, copy, scan, and fax in a single device. Designed for busy workgroups, this MFP is ready to take on any "big" task as it prints up to 13" x 19" and scans up to 11" x 17", and is ready to cope your heavy workload with a 15 ISO ppm (black) print speed. The WorkForce WF-7510 makes everything easy. Featuring a total paper capacity of up to 250 sheets, it's always ready to print on plain paper or specialty media. Network capability, wired and wireless – plus direct printing from smartphones, tablets, or other mobile devices – redefines the way you print. The instant-drying ink is smudge-, water, and fade-resistant, ensuring perfect results for your marketing materials and presentations every time. If you're looking for a high-speed and versatile MFP for your work place, look no further.

  • newegg High-Quality Printing and Copying Print or copy professional-quality documents and photos — get sharp text and vivid, true-to-life color.
  • newegg ISO Print Speeds ISO print speeds of 15 ISO ppm (black) and 8.0 ISO ppm (color).
  • newegg Wide Format support Prints single- or two-sided design layouts, spreadsheets, and drawings up to 13" x 19". Also scans large 11" x 17" materials with no stitching.
  • newegg Instant-Drying Inks Print documents that are highlighter-friendly, as well as smudge-, scratch-, fade-, and water-resistant.
  • newegg Reliable Paper Feed Engineered for reliable paper handling every time, with a 250-sheet total paper capacity.
  • newegg Wireless and Ethernet Network Ready Easily connect and share with others in your workgroup via wireless or wired networking. With Epson Connect, you can print directly from your smartphone, iPhone, tablet, or other mobile device.


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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 30 days
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 30 days
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  • K R.
  • 12/15/2013 9:05:06 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

4 out of 5 eggsGood all-in-one

Pros: Larger printing (13" x 19" ) & scanning (11" x 17") capabilities.
Fast printing.
Runs on 10.6 (snow leopard) Mac OS.

Cons: Have not managed to get the paper to feed from top tray.
Ink is expensive.
Copying is slow (not able to set it to do fast, low-ink copies)

Other Thoughts: When installing on a Mac computer, you absolutely MUST follow the directions to get the thing to work correctly. It's not a plug-in and good-to-go thing. It takes a while to set up. Once it's operational, it works just fine, overall -- see the cons list above for negative issues. I have it wired into my Mac Pro running 10.6, since I deal with large files that would take too long over wifi. I don't use the fax. The print quality is fine for offices or general graphics. To do really high quality images (photos, fine art), you need a higher-end printer. Same for the scanner.

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  • john s.
  • 10/27/2013 8:22:25 AM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

3 out of 5 eggsmostly OK

Pros: larger format printing and scanning
ink compatible with 3rd party cartridges and refills

Cons: every few months must reconfigure wifi connections
network wired connection without documentation on how to utilize, I've never made use of the wired connection
have yet to get fax working with Comcast fax

Other Thoughts: ink cartridge identification sometimes fails

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  • marc Y.
  • 3/9/2013 12:38:01 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
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1 out of 5 eggs

Pros: clean on arrival

Cons: needs lion download
no fax sharing
unable to use with airport/timecapsule wifi
unable to setup for scanning

Other Thoughts: false advertising, suggests, all functions are networkable

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  • Robert H.
  • 7/13/2012 12:27:03 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

3 out of 5 eggsSolid Machine with a Few Irritations

Pros: Price: while ours was bought locally for MSRP due to immediate need (our HP 3015's scanner died), it's still a good buy.

There is also the large-format printing, which is great when you need it.

It had a very easy setup process for wireless network printing and scanning. Network fax setup is trickier (below), but having a fully-functional network device (not just printing) is very nice.

The ADF is low-capacity, but it has yet to jam or feed multiple pages after approximately 500 pages of scanning/faxing. Anyone who's had to babysit a wonky auto document feeder knows how awesome that is.

Cons: This machine has never been physically hooked up to a computer. However, when the software was installed and all updated, I discovered that the "fax machine" was installed not as a network device, but as a local device on LPT1. This happened on both WinXP x86 and Win7 x64. This requires removal of the local fax, and the installation of the network fax via the FAX Utility supplied by Epson. This took some time to work out.

There is also the duplexing issue. The 7510 doesn't have a hardware duplexer, but the software doesn't even support manual duplex scanning. I had to install our ancient version of PaperPort to be able to scan both sides of a document and have the pages ordered correctly.

Scanning is pretty slow. At 8.5x11" 300 DPI gray-scale, it scans about 4 PPM over the wireless network. Fax scanning is not noticeably faster, so I don't think the bottleneck is the network.

The printer likes to leave blobs of ink on the paper. This could be a cartridge issue? We'll see...

Other Thoughts: One more small caveat. The fax speed (3s per page) is not realistic. I just faxed 25 pages B&W. It took 10 minutes. I know I've spent a lot of words on faxing, but amazingly enough, some businesses still rely on it heavily.

The cons are not that bad, they're just warnings for anyone looking to buy such a machine. On a budget, this machine is a great buy for a home or small office environment. However, larger offices or anyone who needs fast scanning would be better served with a higher-spec machine.

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