Workforce WF-7525 A3+ Business Printer Review
Like the Workforce WF-7515, the new Epson Workforce WF-7525 printer offers similar capabilities with the added bonus of a second paper tray (total 500 sheet capacility). Offering the same benefits of a laserjet printer but using Inkjet technology, the Workforce WF-7525 looks to provide a cheap solution to small business users.
The Epson Workforce WF-7525 prints up to paper A3+ size and the scanner area is A3. The scanner has a 30 page document feeder which also acts as an ADF automatic document feeder for the fax and copy facility. Duplex printing option can only be performed with A4 paper however.
The Epson Workforce WF-7525 is a versatile machine offering numerous connection options. These range from WiFi, Ethernet, and Bluetooth for mobile devices. You can also email documents to be printed at a later date using Apple Airprint.
The front fascia contains the large 6.3cm LCD screen and extensive control panel with numerical pad, directional menu, function, colour / monochrome print, and on / off buttons. Housed to the left are memory card / USB flash ports and PictBridge socket.
Epson claim running costs for the Epson Workforce WF-7515 to be half that of competitive laser printers. This is dependent on using the XL Stag Inks which print up to two reams of A4 paper(untested). The Colour Stag Multi-Pack T1306 costs around £35 and the Stag Black Ink Cartridge about £22. Alternatively you can use the lower capacity Epson Apple series cartridges. Compatible T1295 sets are available for £15. Empty Refillable T1291-T1294 cartridges are now available which can be refilled with premium quality bulk refill Ink lowering the price of printing considerably.
We look forward to inspecting an Epson Workforce WF-7525 A3+ so that we can investigate its capabilities further.
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