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Epson WorkForce WF-7720 Wireless Wide-format Color Inkjet Printer with Copy, Scan, Fax, Wi-Fi Direct and Ethernet

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Powered by PrecisionCore®, the Epson WorkForce WF-7720 Inkjet Printer wide-format all-in-one printer quickly produces print-shop-quality borderless prints up to 13" x 19" and scans up to 11" x 17". A versatile inkjet, it features 500-sheet capacity, so you can get plenty of work done as needed. The Epson WorkForce wireless printer has handy dual trays, plus a rear feed for specialty paper, ensuring powerful productivity for any office. It also includes auto 2-sided print, copy, scan and fax, plus a 35-page auto document feeder that is simple to work with. You can use the 4.3" color touchscreen for easy navigation and control. Featuring the ultimate in wired and wireless networking, the wide format color inkjet printer makes it easy to print from tablets and smartphones and includes Wi-Fi Direct®2, Ethernet and NFC3.

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Powered by PrecisionCore®, the Epson WorkForce WF-7720 Inkjet Printer wide-format all-in-one printer quickly produces print-shop-quality borderless prints up to 13" x 19" and scans up to 11" x 17". A versatile inkjet, it features 500-sheet capacity, so you can get plenty of work done as needed. The Epson WorkForce wireless printer has handy dual trays, plus a rear feed for specialty paper, ensuring powerful productivity for any office. It also includes auto 2-sided print, copy, scan and fax, plus a 35-page auto document feeder that is simple to work with. You can use the 4.3" color touchscreen for easy navigation and control. Featuring the ultimate in wired and wireless networking, the wide format color inkjet printer makes it easy to print from tablets and smartphones and includes Wi-Fi Direct®2, Ethernet and NFC3.It will fit easily on desks and tables so you can keep it nearby for quick printing anytime. The Epson WorkForce WF-7720 Inkjet Printer will make a helpful addition to your home or office with its high-performance design.
Epson WorkForce WF-7720 Wireless Wide-format Color Inkjet Printer with Copy, Scan, Fax, Wi-Fi Direct and Ethernet:
  • Provides quality performance beyond Laser
  • WorkForce WF-7720 is powered by PrecisionCore
  • Print-shop quality offers border less prints up to 13" x 19"
  • Epson WorkForce wireless printer has an economical design that uses up to 80% less power versus color laser printers
  • High-volume printing has a 500-sheet capacity, dual trays, plus a rear feed for specialty paper and a 125-sheet output tray
  • Auto 2-sided print, copy, scan and fax plus 35 page auto document feeder

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26 customers found this helpful
Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars
Great all in one for my home office
I've been quite impressed by this printer so far. I own an old all in one laser printer with similar functionality but it's only a black and white printer. So far this Epson Workforce printer has proven to be more capable and able to handle all of my business needs. Let's start with my first impression. If you've never owned a “full” size home office/business printer, be ready for it. It is a large printer, albeit not quite as large as a floor standing print shop printer but very comparable in capabilities. In its box it's a rather sizable printer, I had helped unboxing the printer and although it's not too heavy it's somewhat not evenly weighted so be sure to have a good grip on all four sides (if you have help) when you take it out of the box the first time. Setting it up is quite a breeze, overall with installing the software, charging the ink, etc I'd say it took about 10+ mins. This was made possible, even with connecting to my Wifii, by the large touch screen. I think this is one of the main functionality that I like the most. I've owned other printers with a touch screen as well but to interact with it, you'd have to use a bunch of dedicated hard buttons (arrows, OK, cancel). Having a very responsive touch screen is definitely a welcomed feature. Some other features that I really like about this printer is the double paper load tray, definitely nice to be able to load up for all my printing needs. The auto feeder tray on the top is also great when I'm faxing and scanning multiple documents at once. I've had to fax over a signed document once and believe me without the auto paper load tray on the top, it could be a pain. Another nice feature that really differentiates this printer is the larger scan glass that is capable of handling an A3+ size. My other laser all in one cannot do this and it's a nice touch and there were many instances where I'd have to go to a pro print shop to do this simple task of scanning an A3 size document. All in all this is a very capable printer, that's perfect for my home office. It has a few functionality which I haven't tried yet but will try in the coming weeks, such as being able to print remotely to the printer via email. Not sure when I'd need to do that but I suppose it's a nice feature to have. If I can pick one item that I'm concerned about this printer that would be the ink refills of course. It looks like it comes with the initial ink cartridges which typically doesn't last that long. Researching online, it seems like they have bundles that you can get, so that will help and they have an XL black ink that is not too horribly priced. I guess I'll have to see how often I'd need to refill the ink with this printer. What would be ideal is if EPSON can produce an all in one workforce printer that's combined with their new ink cartridges that could last 2+ years. That would be the ultimate printer I'd like to own one day. This is a review for the Epson WorkForce WF-7720 Wide Format All-in-One Printer that I received free of charge to do a beta test and review.
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38 customers found this helpful
Average Rating:(1.0)out of 5 stars
Poor Paper Type Management
For some reason, the printer only supports photo papers in Tray #1. Which would be well and good if it didn't then get confused about what paper type is selected in the driver, versus selected in the printer. The several Mac clients on my network have issues printing. Selecting "Auto Select" for the paper type always prints from tray 1. Even when selecting the paper type, the printer itself often decides that the requested type doesn't match the tray, even when they are the same (see photo). If you are a mac user, this is an almost unusable printer except for experts.
Most helpful positive review
26 customers found this helpful
Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars
Great all in one for my home office
I've been quite impressed by this printer so far. I own an old all in one laser printer with similar functionality but it's only a black and white printer. So far this Epson Workforce printer has proven to be more capable and able to handle all of my business needs. Let's start with my first impression. If you've never owned a “full” size home office/business printer, be ready for it. It is a large printer, albeit not quite as large as a floor standing print shop printer but very comparable in capabilities. In its box it's a rather sizable printer, I had helped unboxing the printer and although it's not too heavy it's somewhat not evenly weighted so be sure to have a good grip on all four sides (if you have help) when you take it out of the box the first time. Setting it up is quite a breeze, overall with installing the software, charging the ink, etc I'd say it took about 10+ mins. This was made possible, even with connecting to my Wifii, by the large touch screen. I think this is one of the main functionality that I like the most. I've owned other printers with a touch screen as well but to interact with it, you'd have to use a bunch of dedicated hard buttons (arrows, OK, cancel). Having a very responsive touch screen is definitely a welcomed feature. Some other features that I really like about this printer is the double paper load tray, definitely nice to be able to load up for all my printing needs. The auto feeder tray on the top is also great when I'm faxing and scanning multiple documents at once. I've had to fax over a signed document once and believe me without the auto paper load tray on the top, it could be a pain. Another nice feature that really differentiates this printer is the larger scan glass that is capable of handling an A3+ size. My other laser all in one cannot do this and it's a nice touch and there were many instances where I'd have to go to a pro print shop to do this simple task of scanning an A3 size document. All in all this is a very capable printer, that's perfect for my home office. It has a few functionality which I haven't tried yet but will try in the coming weeks, such as being able to print remotely to the printer via email. Not sure when I'd need to do that but I suppose it's a nice feature to have. If I can pick one item that I'm concerned about this printer that would be the ink refills of course. It looks like it comes with the initial ink cartridges which typically doesn't last that long. Researching online, it seems like they have bundles that you can get, so that will help and they have an XL black ink that is not too horribly priced. I guess I'll have to see how often I'd need to refill the ink with this printer. What would be ideal is if EPSON can produce an all in one workforce printer that's combined with their new ink cartridges that could last 2+ years. That would be the ultimate printer I'd like to own one day. This is a review for the Epson WorkForce WF-7720 Wide Format All-in-One Printer that I received free of charge to do a beta test and review.
Most helpful negative review
38 customers found this helpful
Average Rating:(1.0)out of 5 stars
Poor Paper Type Management
For some reason, the printer only supports photo papers in Tray #1. Which would be well and good if it didn't then get confused about what paper type is selected in the driver, versus selected in the printer. The several Mac clients on my network have issues printing. Selecting "Auto Select" for the paper type always prints from tray 1. Even when selecting the paper type, the printer itself often decides that the requested type doesn't match the tray, even when they are the same (see photo). If you are a mac user, this is an almost unusable printer except for experts.
I've been quite impressed by this printer so far. I own an old all in one laser printer with similar functionality but it's only a black and white printer. So far this Epson Workforce printer has proven to be more capable and able to handle all of my business needs. Let's start with my first impression. If you've never owned a “full” size home office/business printer, be ready for it. It is a large printer, albeit not quite as large as a floor standing print shop printer but very comparable in capabilities. In its box it's a rather sizable printer, I had helped unboxing the printer and although it's not too heavy it's somewhat not evenly weighted so be sure to have a good grip on all four sides (if you have help) when you take it out of the box the first time. Setting it up is quite a breeze, overall with installing the software, charging the ink, etc I'd say it took about 10+ mins. This was made possible, even with connecting to my Wifii, by the large touch screen. I think this is one of the main functionality that I like the most. I've owned other printers with a touch screen as well but to interact with it, you'd have to use a bunch of dedicated hard buttons (arrows, OK, cancel). Having a very responsive touch screen is definitely a welcomed feature. Some other features that I really like about this printer is the double paper load tray, definitely nice to be able to load up for all my printing needs. The auto feeder tray on the top is also great when I'm faxing and scanning multiple documents at once. I've had to fax over a signed document once and believe me without the auto paper load tray on the top, it could be a pain. Another nice feature that really differentiates this printer is the larger scan glass that is capable of handling an A3+ size. My other laser all in one cannot do this and it's a nice touch and there were many instances where I'd have to go to a pro print shop to do this simple task of scanning an A3 size document. All in all this is a very capable printer, that's perfect for my home office. It has a few functionality which I haven't tried yet but will try in the coming weeks, such as being able to print remotely to the printer via email. Not sure when I'd need to do that but I suppose it's a nice feature to have. If I can pick one item that I'm concerned about this printer that would be the ink refills of course. It looks like it comes with the initial ink cartridges which typically doesn't last that long. Researching online, it seems like they have bundles that you can get, so that will help and they have an XL black ink that is not too horribly priced. I guess I'll have to see how often I'd need to refill the ink with this printer. What would be ideal is if EPSON can produce an all in one workforce printer that's combined with their new ink cartridges that could last 2+ years. That would be the ultimate printer I'd like to own one day. This is a review for the Epson WorkForce WF-7720 Wide Format All-in-One Printer that I received free of charge to do a beta test and review.
For some reason, the printer only supports photo papers in Tray #1. Which would be well and good if it didn't then get confused about what paper type is selected in the driver, versus selected in the printer. The several Mac clients on my network have issues printing. Selecting "Auto Select" for the paper type always prints from tray 1. Even when selecting the paper type, the printer itself often decides that the requested type doesn't match the tray, even when they are the same (see photo). If you are a mac user, this is an almost unusable printer except for experts.

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Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

Great all in one for my home office

I've been quite impressed by this printer so far. I own an old all in one laser printer with similar functionality but it's only a black and white printer. So far this Epson Workforce printer has proven to be more capable and able to handle all of my business needs.

Let's start with my first impression. If you've never owned a “full” size home office/business printer, be ready for it. It is a large printer, albeit not quite as large as a floor standing print shop printer but very comparable in capabilities. In its box it's a rather sizable printer, I had helped unboxing the printer and although it's not too heavy it's somewhat not evenly weighted so be sure to have a good grip on all four sides (if you have help) when you take it out of the box the first time.

Setting it up is quite a breeze, overall with installing the software, charging the ink, etc I'd say it took about 10+ mins. This was made possible, even with connecting to my Wifii, by the large touch screen. I think this is one of the main functionality that I like the most. I've owned other printers with a touch screen as well but to interact with it, you'd have to use a bunch of dedicated hard buttons (arrows, OK, cancel). Having a very responsive touch screen is definitely a welcomed feature.

Some other features that I really like about this printer is the double paper load tray, definitely nice to be able to load up for all my printing needs. The auto feeder tray on the top is also great when I'm faxing and scanning multiple documents at once. I've had to fax over a signed document once and believe me without the auto paper load tray on the top, it could be a pain. Another nice feature that really differentiates this printer is the larger scan glass that is capable of handling an A3+ size. My other laser all in one cannot do this and it's a nice touch and there were many instances where I'd have to go to a pro print shop to do this simple task of scanning an A3 size document.

All in all this is a very capable printer, that's perfect for my home office. It has a few functionality which I haven't tried yet but will try in the coming weeks, such as being able to print remotely to the printer via email. Not sure when I'd need to do that but I suppose it's a nice feature to have.

If I can pick one item that I'm concerned about this printer that would be the ink refills of course. It looks like it comes with the initial ink cartridges which typically doesn't last that long. Researching online, it seems like they have bundles that you can get, so that will help and they have an XL black ink that is not too horribly priced. I guess I'll have to see how often I'd need to refill the ink with this printer. What would be ideal is if EPSON can produce an all in one workforce printer that's combined with their new ink cartridges that could last 2+ years. That would be the ultimate printer I'd like to own one day.

This is a review for the Epson WorkForce WF-7720 Wide Format All-in-One Printer that I received free of charge to do a beta test and review.

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Great features

Purchased a month ago and I'm extremely happy with merchandise.

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Very happy with my purchase. I've been needing for a long time.

Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

Great printer!

This printer is awesome! Easy to set up and easy to use! Print quality is wonderful!

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Good Printer

Appeared well made, large key pad is helpful Prints are very sharp


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by BRITTANYApril 17, 2020


1. This printer comes with starter ink.
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1. It has Auto 2-sided print, copy, scan, fax, 35-page ADF.
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1. No, it doesn't require a landline
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