Printer Epson WorkForce WF-7720 Review - Free Download Driver - YES PRINTER DRIVER

Printer Epson WorkForce WF-7720 Review - Free Download Driver

- February 11, 2019
Printer Epson WorkForce WF-7720 Review - Free Download Driver
The Epson WorkForce WF-7720 Wide-Format All-in-One Printer ($299.99) prints oversized pages up to super-tabloid dimensions (13 by 19 inches), and it scans, copies, and faxes files up to tabloid size (11 by 17 inches). The Brother's lower running costs and better company graphics keep this model from usurping the Editors' Choice, however, the WF-7720 has plenty of features which make it a convenient low-volume wide-format AIO for small offices and workgroups.

A Wide-Format Titan

Before delving into the Epson WF-7720, it's very important to point it out and almost all of its Epson wide-format siblings, such as the WorkForce ET-16500 EcoTank Wide-Format All-in-One Supertank Printer (and a few other Epson wide-format AIOs), have another advantage over many competitors. Many Epson wide-format AIOs printing until the bigger 13-by-19-inch format, whereas versions from different manufacturers have a tendency to print up to the smaller 11-by-17-inch (tabloid) size. All that extra surface area greatly increases the size and kinds of files you may print and design, which provides Epson's wide-format printers added value before even looking at other characteristics.

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However, aside from some seemingly minor feature upgrades and adjustments, like making the ADF auto-duplexing, slightly enlarging the color touch display (out of 3.5 inches to 4.3 inches), and updating the operating system considerably, this new model is much like the old one. There are a few cosmetic changes, like a classier-looking management panel. (I will talk more about this in a minute.)

Certainly, a machine which can print, scan, copy, and fax such big pages must be big enough to deal with that size of media. The WF-7720 steps 16.5 from 22.3 by 19.1 inches and weighs only 47.8 lbs, which is equal to this WF-7620. That's within Just a Couple inches and pounds of this HP OfficeJet Pro 7740 (another Editor's Choice receiver ) and the Brother MFC-J6935DW. (While none of these AIOs are big and heavy enough to stand out significantly, none are little enough to sit on your desktop, either; they'll likely require a separate table)

In terms of paper handling, the WF-7720 supports around 501 sheets divide between three input components, two 250-sheet drawers up front and a single-sheet override tray in the back. The Brother MFC-J6935DW holds up to 600 sheets, split between 2 major drawers plus a 100-sheet multipurpose tray in the trunk, along with also the HP OfficeJet 7740 supports up to 500 sheets involving 2 250-sheet cassettes.

The highest monthly duty cycle of the WF-7720 is 20,000 pages, using a recommended monthly print volume of 1,300 pages. The WF-7720's auto-duplexing ADF includes a 35-sheet capacity.

Possibly the most remarkable update to the WF-7720 is the brand new control panel. Not only is your signature screen nearly a square inch bigger in surface area, making it simpler for those people with clumsy or fat palms to touch iconsbut the buttons and number pad are somewhat more spacious and appealing. It is easier to use than the firm provided back in 2014, the year that the WF-7620 has been deployed.

Connectivity Options Abound

The business-oriented WF-7720 comes with various methods to connect to your PC, your community, your mobile device, along with the cloud, including Ethernet, Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi Direct, and linking to a single PC via USB. You can print scan and from to USB thumb drives from the vent located on the left-front of the chassis, beneath the control panel. You also find near-field communication (NFC), a peer-to-peer network protocol which permits you to initiate a scan or print by simply touching your compatible smartphone or tablet computer to a specified hotspot about the AIO beside the control panel.

Epson also offers its Epson Connect suite of mobile programs, including Epson Mail Printing, Epson Remote Printing, and Epson iPrint for both Apple iOS and Android. Support for third-party mobile connectivity consists of Apple AirPrint, Google Cloud Printing Fire and Fire OS printing for linking to Amazon Fire tablets.

Passable Print Speed

In comparison with many of its peers, the WF-7720's results on our speed test were a little disappointing. Epson speeds the WF-7720 in 18 pages per minute (ppm) for black pages and 10ppm for color pages. When printing our 12-page Microsoft Word text document, I found it at 14.4ppm, or 3.6ppm lesser than its rating. This is unusual in that most printers meet or beat their ratings on this portion of our evaluation, and the ones who don't rarely drop this far below it. (I analyzed the WF-7720 over Ethernet working on our Intel Core i5-equipped testbed PC running Windows 10 Expert .)

The Epson WorkForce Guru ET-16500 EcoTank All-in-One Supertank Printer (among Epson's EcoTank discount-ink printers), just scored 4.7ppm on this part of our evaluations.

NextI joined the score in the above mentioned simple document evaluation with the outcomes from printing several separate Excel, PowerPoint, and Acrobat documents containing color images and photos. Here, the WF-7720 churned in the rate of 7.3ppm. That's about 2.4ppm slower than the HP 7740, about 5ppm slower compared to MFC-J6935DW, and approximately 2.5ppm faster than the Epson XP-16500.

In the end, the WF-7720 required an average of 25 seconds to print our exceptionally detailed and vibrant 4-by-6-inch snapshots, that is good. That is more than a minute faster than the Brother MFC-J6935DW, 10 minutes quicker than the HP-7720, and two minutes slower than the Epson ET-16500.

Excellent Text Quality

Epson's printers normally print well, and the WF-7720 isalso, for the most part, no exclusion. Text quality across the board--in the tiniest fonts we print (4 factors ) up to 70 points and past --appeared near-laser caliber, making it more than acceptable to most business applications, even those with little text.

The company graphs and charts I printed looked great, too, except that I did detect some light banding on one or two of themand some had colors and grays that came out somewhat darker than they should have. But mostly our company records, graphs, and handouts appeared good enough for use in most business situations, based on how picky you're.

Our test photos looked great too (though it doesn't take many 13-by-19-inch borderless photos to empty an ink cartridge or 2 ). What I did notice was an overall washed-out appearance, compared with printers designed particularly to print photographs. I wouldn't try to publish my keeper photographs on the printer, but it should work good for printing embedded pictures in larger documents.

High Running Prices

If your plan is to publish a good deal of wide-format documents, which may cost twice (or more) as much as conventional letter-size (8.5-by-11-inch) pages, you will need a machine with reasonable running costs. Traditionally, printer manufacturers have charged a bit more for ink, on a per-page foundation, for outsized printers. Lately, some companies, such as Epson, have made attempts to offer relief on the high cost per page (CPP) for some of their merchandise, but the WF-7720 isn't one of them.

With Epson's publicized page yields and costs for its highest-yield ink cartridges for this printer, I calculated that the black CPP in 3.2 cents and color pages at 11.4 bucks. (Remember, too, that these numbers are for standard-size pages, maybe not wide-format.) The HP 7740's lowest operating costs are, by way of example, 2.1 cents for monochrome and 8.1 cents for color.

These days, however, even that is a bit high. Together with Brother's INKvestment manufacturer AIOs, including the MFC-J6935DW, black webpages operate less than one cent and colour pages are just less than 5 bucks. But that's not the best you can do. Epson's EcoTank AIOs, like the wide-format ET-16500, deliver CPPs of less than one cent for both black and color pages.

Good for Low-Volume Offices

Despite its high running costs, the Epson WorkForce WF-7720 has a great deal to offer in its strong feature set, including the capacity to publish super-tabloid-size webpages, the addition of high-capacity paper trays, along with a comparatively large duty . For your lowest possible running costs and compatibility with 13-by-19-inch webpages, you should always check out Epson's personal ET-16500 (however, be warnedthat it's fairly slow). For cheap, good-looking, comparatively high-volume tabloid-size pages, the Brother MFC-J6935DW is a terrific option, also it is our Editors' Choice. With so many choices available, the WF-7720's high running costs devoting it to becoming a low-volume wide-format system for small offices and workgroups.

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