Epson WorkForce WF-7610 All-in-One Printer
I purchased the WF 7610 in hopes of printing photos for framing. The prints I got had visible scan lines and were, to my mind, inferior quality.
November 21, 2014
Using USB is very inconvenient, the WIFI on this machine does not work!!
November 20, 2014
WF-7610 after 4 months
I am quit critical of merchandise I purchase. This is because I have been involved with numerous manufacturing aspects for many years. That said, this Workforce printer exceeded all my expectations, the packaging was excellent, the quality of construction also excellent, I am impressed by the ease of setup, the versatility of functions, the wonderfully solid and slip resistant feet. I was amazed by the ability to update the wf-7610's firmware wirelessly just a prompt from an on-line automatic home site software check.
I am thoroughly satisfied, and impressed by this product.
November 15, 2014
so far I've attempted to install this printer, not getting confirmation of install , come to find out printer was installed 4 times. once installed printed test page- very shady and missing lines printing. i tried cleaning print heads 3 times still not getting much better. seems i will have to call epson or return printer to staples. Giving the size of this printer - i am not happy right now. i expected much better.
November 9, 2014
The printer is everything I expected. For an inkjet printer it is very fast. There are conflicts with the print menu on computer versus on the printer screen. That makes timing and coordination awkward.
My main complaint is the driver download is long and slow. The CD that came with the unit stalled several times and I finally went to the internet. Navigating through the installation process was sluggish. Once I got the drivers and software installed it's working like my other Epsons. Excellent.
November 9, 2014
This printer is awesome! I have never wrote a review before but I just had too for this printer. I own a tshirt company and we print customized transfers and this printer prints the most crystal clear prints. Colors are vibrant and the set up on the printer took 10 minutes. Well worth the money!
October 17, 2014
Wish I could.......
Haven't been able to set up yet with the USB
cable, the one I bought does not connect. Would
like to find the correct cable but only have Staples nearby. Can you help?
October 17, 2014
was told by many photographer friends that espon was the best...got this one to be wireless, good quality and wide format photo work and office work...the connection is hit or miss and printed 2 pix that had 2 lines through the photos (that is why I got rid of my hp after 2yrs and decided to try epson) ... then after printing 2 5x7's it stopped working with a blue flashing light and no rhyme or reason of why or where to go to fix it...the color came up saying low ink but they were new and all showed up full...it stopped working for my windows and just printing paper...frustrated to no end...ready to go back to hp.
October 16, 2014
bought it and in 3 weeks , we replaced the black ink cartridge ,to the big one..and here I am no help in returning it to office depot, where obviously no one should buy printers from them or electronics in general, and waiting on Epson for a response on solving my issue WHY THE PRINTER CAN'T RECOGNIZE THE DARN CARTRIDGE,,,.
October 14, 2014
Easy Set-Up / Poor Design / Connect Problem
This product was extremely easy to set up right out of the box. The directions were very clear and easy to follow.
What I do NOT like about this printer is this: on my old Epson Artisan 800, the top ADF (Automatic Document Feeder) is folded down flush with the top of the printer until you raise it to use it, so the printer top is one smooth, uninterrupted surface, very easy to dust. Also, the USB port is where it should logically be, at the BACK of the printer!
On this printer, the ADF sticks out 24/7 at an angle from the top, creating lots of difficult-to-dust surfaces. (This is a big deal in the town where I live.) And for some unfathomable reason the USB ports are on the FRONT and the SIDE of the printer. OK, maybe someone has a need to easily plug in an external hard drive to the front of the printer, so I'll forgive that one, but WHY do I need a thick, ugly USB cable plainly in view from it's point of insertion into the other USB port, which is located in the very middle of the left side of the printer?? (5" up from the desk.) The cable then runs in clear view along the side of the printer, across the desk at a height of about 3 1/2" until it reaches and then drops down behind the desk. Why in the world can't the USB port be at the BACK of the printer like every other printer I've ever used??? Or, at least the USB port on the side of the printer could be at the level of the desk, not halfway up the side so that the cord is dangling in the air as it travels to the back of the desk. Crazy!!!
The other thing I don't like is that when I went to set up Epson Connect so I could email documents and pictures from my Apple iPhone and iPad to the printer, it said I needed a wireless connection. WHY?? I don't have a wireless network and don't want to send stuff to the printer wirelessly, I want to EMAIL stuff to the printer from remote locations. That doesn't involve wireless....so why do I need it in order to set up emailing directly to the printer???
October 7, 2014