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Epson WorkForce Pro WF-3730 All-in-One Wireless Color Printer with Copier, Scanner, Fax and Wi-Fi Direct,Black,10-1/2 x 7-1/2 x 6-1/2 in
Epson WorkForce Pro WF-3730 All-in-One Wireless Color Printer with Copier, Scanner, Fax and Wi-Fi Direct,Black,10-1/2 x 7-1/2 x 6-1/2 in
Epson WorkForce Pro WF-3730 All-in-One Wireless Color Printer with Copier, Scanner, Fax and Wi-Fi Direct,Black,10-1/2 x 7-1/2 x 6-1/2 in
Epson WorkForce Pro WF-3730 All-in-One Wireless Color Printer with Copier, Scanner, Fax and Wi-Fi Direct,Black,10-1/2 x 7-1/2 x 6-1/2 in
Epson WorkForce Pro WF-3730 All-in-One Wireless Color Printer with Copier, Scanner, Fax and Wi-Fi Direct,Black,10-1/2 x 7-1/2 x 6-1/2 in
Epson WorkForce Pro WF-3730 All-in-One Wireless Color Printer with Copier, Scanner, Fax and Wi-Fi Direct,Black,10-1/2 x 7-1/2 x 6-1/2 in
Epson WorkForce Pro WF-3730 All-in-One Wireless Color Printer with Copier, Scanner, Fax and Wi-Fi Direct,Black,10-1/2 x 7-1/2 x 6-1/2 in
Epson WorkForce Pro WF-3730 All-in-One Wireless Color Printer with Copier, Scanner, Fax and Wi-Fi Direct,Black,10-1/2 x 7-1/2 x 6-1/2 in

Epson WorkForce Pro WF-3730 All-in-One Wireless Color Printer with Copier, Scanner, Fax and Wi-Fi Direct,Black,10-1/2 x 7-1/2 x 6-1/2 in

Epson WorkForce Pro WF-3730 All-in-One Wireless Color Printer with Copier, Scanner, Fax and Wi-Fi Direct,Black,10-1/2 x 7-1/2 x 6-1/2 in
Epson WorkForce Pro WF-3730 All-in-One Wireless Color Printer with Copier, Scanner, Fax and Wi-Fi Direct,Black,10-1/2 x 7-1/2 x 6-1/2 in
Epson WorkForce Pro WF-3730 All-in-One Wireless Color Printer with Copier, Scanner, Fax and Wi-Fi Direct,Black,10-1/2 x 7-1/2 x 6-1/2 in
Epson WorkForce Pro WF-3730 All-in-One Wireless Color Printer with Copier, Scanner, Fax and Wi-Fi Direct,Black,10-1/2 x 7-1/2 x 6-1/2 in
Epson WorkForce Pro WF-3730 All-in-One Wireless Color Printer with Copier, Scanner, Fax and Wi-Fi Direct,Black,10-1/2 x 7-1/2 x 6-1/2 in
Epson WorkForce Pro WF-3730 All-in-One Wireless Color Printer with Copier, Scanner, Fax and Wi-Fi Direct,Black,10-1/2 x 7-1/2 x 6-1/2 in
Epson WorkForce Pro WF-3730 All-in-One Wireless Color Printer with Copier, Scanner, Fax and Wi-Fi Direct,Black,10-1/2 x 7-1/2 x 6-1/2 in
Epson WorkForce Pro WF-3730 All-in-One Wireless Color Printer with Copier, Scanner, Fax and Wi-Fi Direct,Black,10-1/2 x 7-1/2 x 6-1/2 in
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  • This printer is designed for use with Epson cartridges only, not third party cartridges or ink. Cartridges described as Compatible, Remanufactured, refilled or refillable may not work properly or at all. See product description for more details.
  • Get performance beyond laser — the workforce Pro WF-3730, powered by Precision Core
  • Fast black and color Print speeds — 20 ISO ppm (black) and 10 ISO ppm (color)
  • Replace paper less often — 500-sheet capacity, with two paper trays to accommodate different sizes and media types, including envelopes
  • Easy on the budget — up to 30 percent lower printing costs vs. Color LaserJet)
  • Note: This printer is designed for use with Epson cartridges only, not third-party cartridges or ink. See product description for more details
  • Max Printspeed Black White: 20.0
  • Connectivity Technology: Hi-Speed USB|Wireless (802.11 b/g/n)|3|Wi-Fi Direct|Wired Ethernet (10/100 Mbps)|NFC|4

Description

Enhance productivity in your home or small office with the workforce Pro WF-3730 all-in-one printer. Powered by Precision Core technology, the WF-3730 delivers performance beyond laser and print-shop-quality prints with laser-sharp text. With fast print speeds, the WF-3730 quickly produces pro-quality documents. Its 500-sheet paper capacity means you’ll replace paper less often. And, it offers up to 30 percent lower printing costs vs. Color laser (1). Plus, it includes a 2. 7" Color touchscreen, 35-page auto document feeder and auto 2-sided printing. A true breakthrough, the WF-3730 combines powerful performance and an increased paper capacity in one space-saving design. This product uses only genuine Epson-brand cartridges. Other brands of ink cartridges and ink supplies are not compatible and, even if described as Compatible, may not function properly. Black and color print speeds are measured in accordance with ISO/IEC 24734. Actual print times will vary based on factors including system configuration, software, and page complexity. For more information, visit our official site. 1. Up to 30 percent compared with best-selling, color laser Multifunction printers priced at $299 (USD) or less, as of February 2018. Calculation based on continuous printing with highest-capacity individual cartridges sold in retail. Actual savings will vary based on print task and use conditions. 2. Most features require an Internet connection to the printer, as well as an Internet- and/or email-enabled device. For a list of Epson Connect enabled printers and compatible devices and apps, visit our official site. 3. Wi-Fi CERTIFIED; level of performance subject to the range of the router being used. Wi-Fi Direct may require printer software. 4. Nfc requires use of a device that includes NFC, and may require additional software. 5. Up to 30 percent (wf-3720/3730/3733/3734) and up to 50 percent (WF-4720/4730/4734/4740) compared with best-selling, color laser Multifunction printers priced at $299 (USD) or less, as of February 2018. Calculation based on continuous printing with highest-capacity individual cartridges sold in retail. Actual savings will vary based on print task and use conditions. 6. For convenient and reasonable recycling options, visit our official site. 7. Smart Way is an innovative partnership of the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency that reduces greenhouse gases and other air pollutants and improves fuel efficiency. this Epson printer is designed for use with only genuine Epson-brand cartridges. Other brands of ink cartridges and ink supplies are not compatible and, even if described as Compatible, may not function properly or at all. Epson provides information about the design of the printer on the box and in many other locations and materials Included with the printer and on the website. Epson periodically provides firmware updates to address issues of security, performance, minor bug fixes and ensure the printer functions as designed. This printer was designed to work only with genuine Epson ink cartridges and some updates may affect the functionality of third party ink. Non-Epson branded or Altered Epson cartridges that functioned prior to a firmware update may not continue to function.


Manufacturer Epson


Brand Epson


Item Weight 24.7 pounds


Product Dimensions 19.8 x 16.7 x 12.8 inches


Item model number WF-3730


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Color Black


Material Type Plastic


Number of Items 1


Size 10-1/2 x 7-1/2 x 6-1/2 in


Sheet Size 8.5" X 14"


Manufacturer Part Number C11CH04201


ASIN B07JMF95S9


Customer Reviews 4.3 out of 5 stars 788 ratings 4.3 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #6,430 in Office Products (See Top 100 in Office Products) #40 in Inkjet Computer Printers


Date First Available October 23, 2018


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Features

  • This printer is designed for use with Epson cartridges only, not third party cartridges or ink. Cartridges described as Compatible, Remanufactured, refilled or refillable may not work properly or at all. See product description for more details.
  • Get performance beyond laser — the workforce Pro WF-3730, powered by Precision Core
  • Fast black and color Print speeds — 20 ISO ppm (black) and 10 ISO ppm (color)
  • Replace paper less often — 500-sheet capacity, with two paper trays to accommodate different sizes and media types, including envelopes
  • Easy on the budget — up to 30 percent lower printing costs vs. Color LaserJet)
  • Note: This printer is designed for use with Epson cartridges only, not third-party cartridges or ink. See product description for more details
  • Max Printspeed Black White: 20.0
  • Connectivity Technology: Hi-Speed USB|Wireless (802.11 b/g/n)|3|Wi-Fi Direct|Wired Ethernet (10/100 Mbps)|NFC|4

Description

Enhance productivity in your home or small office with the workforce Pro WF-3730 all-in-one printer. Powered by Precision Core technology, the WF-3730 delivers performance beyond laser and print-shop-quality prints with laser-sharp text. With fast print speeds, the WF-3730 quickly produces pro-quality documents. Its 500-sheet paper capacity means you’ll replace paper less often. And, it offers up to 30 percent lower printing costs vs. Color laser (1). Plus, it includes a 2. 7" Color touchscreen, 35-page auto document feeder and auto 2-sided printing. A true breakthrough, the WF-3730 combines powerful performance and an increased paper capacity in one space-saving design. This product uses only genuine Epson-brand cartridges. Other brands of ink cartridges and ink supplies are not compatible and, even if described as Compatible, may not function properly. Black and color print speeds are measured in accordance with ISO/IEC 24734. Actual print times will vary based on factors including system configuration, software, and page complexity. For more information, visit our official site. 1. Up to 30 percent compared with best-selling, color laser Multifunction printers priced at $299 (USD) or less, as of February 2018. Calculation based on continuous printing with highest-capacity individual cartridges sold in retail. Actual savings will vary based on print task and use conditions. 2. Most features require an Internet connection to the printer, as well as an Internet- and/or email-enabled device. For a list of Epson Connect enabled printers and compatible devices and apps, visit our official site. 3. Wi-Fi CERTIFIED; level of performance subject to the range of the router being used. Wi-Fi Direct may require printer software. 4. Nfc requires use of a device that includes NFC, and may require additional software. 5. Up to 30 percent (wf-3720/3730/3733/3734) and up to 50 percent (WF-4720/4730/4734/4740) compared with best-selling, color laser Multifunction printers priced at $299 (USD) or less, as of February 2018. Calculation based on continuous printing with highest-capacity individual cartridges sold in retail. Actual savings will vary based on print task and use conditions. 6. For convenient and reasonable recycling options, visit our official site. 7. Smart Way is an innovative partnership of the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency that reduces greenhouse gases and other air pollutants and improves fuel efficiency. this Epson printer is designed for use with only genuine Epson-brand cartridges. Other brands of ink cartridges and ink supplies are not compatible and, even if described as Compatible, may not function properly or at all. Epson provides information about the design of the printer on the box and in many other locations and materials Included with the printer and on the website. Epson periodically provides firmware updates to address issues of security, performance, minor bug fixes and ensure the printer functions as designed. This printer was designed to work only with genuine Epson ink cartridges and some updates may affect the functionality of third party ink. Non-Epson branded or Altered Epson cartridges that functioned prior to a firmware update may not continue to function.


Manufacturer Epson


Brand Epson


Item Weight 24.7 pounds


Product Dimensions 19.8 x 16.7 x 12.8 inches


Item model number WF-3730


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Color Black


Material Type Plastic


Number of Items 1


Size 10-1/2 x 7-1/2 x 6-1/2 in


Sheet Size 8.5" X 14"


Manufacturer Part Number C11CH04201


ASIN B07JMF95S9


Customer Reviews 4.3 out of 5 stars 788 ratings 4.3 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #6,430 in Office Products (See Top 100 in Office Products) #40 in Inkjet Computer Printers


Date First Available October 23, 2018


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • This printer is designed for use with Epson cartridges only, not third party cartridges or ink. Cartridges described as Compatible, Remanufactured, refilled or refillable may not work properly or at all. See product description for more details.
  • Get performance beyond laser — the workforce Pro WF-3730, powered by Precision Core
  • Fast black and color Print speeds — 20 ISO ppm (black) and 10 ISO ppm (color)
  • Replace paper less often — 500-sheet capacity, with two paper trays to accommodate different sizes and media types, including envelopes
  • Easy on the budget — up to 30 percent lower printing costs vs. Color LaserJet)
  • Note: This printer is designed for use with Epson cartridges only, not third-party cartridges or ink. See product description for more details
  • Max Printspeed Black White: 20.0
  • Connectivity Technology: Hi-Speed USB|Wireless (802.11 b/g/n)|3|Wi-Fi Direct|Wired Ethernet (10/100 Mbps)|NFC|4

Description

Enhance productivity in your home or small office with the workforce Pro WF-3730 all-in-one printer. Powered by Precision Core technology, the WF-3730 delivers performance beyond laser and print-shop-quality prints with laser-sharp text. With fast print speeds, the WF-3730 quickly produces pro-quality documents. Its 500-sheet paper capacity means you’ll replace paper less often. And, it offers up to 30 percent lower printing costs vs. Color laser (1). Plus, it includes a 2. 7" Color touchscreen, 35-page auto document feeder and auto 2-sided printing. A true breakthrough, the WF-3730 combines powerful performance and an increased paper capacity in one space-saving design. This product uses only genuine Epson-brand cartridges. Other brands of ink cartridges and ink supplies are not compatible and, even if described as Compatible, may not function properly. Black and color print speeds are measured in accordance with ISO/IEC 24734. Actual print times will vary based on factors including system configuration, software, and page complexity. For more information, visit our official site. 1. Up to 30 percent compared with best-selling, color laser Multifunction printers priced at $299 (USD) or less, as of February 2018. Calculation based on continuous printing with highest-capacity individual cartridges sold in retail. Actual savings will vary based on print task and use conditions. 2. Most features require an Internet connection to the printer, as well as an Internet- and/or email-enabled device. For a list of Epson Connect enabled printers and compatible devices and apps, visit our official site. 3. Wi-Fi CERTIFIED; level of performance subject to the range of the router being used. Wi-Fi Direct may require printer software. 4. Nfc requires use of a device that includes NFC, and may require additional software. 5. Up to 30 percent (wf-3720/3730/3733/3734) and up to 50 percent (WF-4720/4730/4734/4740) compared with best-selling, color laser Multifunction printers priced at $299 (USD) or less, as of February 2018. Calculation based on continuous printing with highest-capacity individual cartridges sold in retail. Actual savings will vary based on print task and use conditions. 6. For convenient and reasonable recycling options, visit our official site. 7. Smart Way is an innovative partnership of the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency that reduces greenhouse gases and other air pollutants and improves fuel efficiency. this Epson printer is designed for use with only genuine Epson-brand cartridges. Other brands of ink cartridges and ink supplies are not compatible and, even if described as Compatible, may not function properly or at all. Epson provides information about the design of the printer on the box and in many other locations and materials Included with the printer and on the website. Epson periodically provides firmware updates to address issues of security, performance, minor bug fixes and ensure the printer functions as designed. This printer was designed to work only with genuine Epson ink cartridges and some updates may affect the functionality of third party ink. Non-Epson branded or Altered Epson cartridges that functioned prior to a firmware update may not continue to function.


Manufacturer Epson


Brand Epson


Item Weight 24.7 pounds


Product Dimensions 19.8 x 16.7 x 12.8 inches


Item model number WF-3730


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Color Black


Material Type Plastic


Number of Items 1


Size 10-1/2 x 7-1/2 x 6-1/2 in


Sheet Size 8.5" X 14"


Manufacturer Part Number C11CH04201


ASIN B07JMF95S9


Customer Reviews 4.3 out of 5 stars 788 ratings 4.3 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #6,430 in Office Products (See Top 100 in Office Products) #40 in Inkjet Computer Printers


Date First Available October 23, 2018


abunda_amazon_reviews This is an o.k., lightweight printer that is probably best suitable for home use rather than use in any type of office environment. Installation is pretty straight forward if you are a Windows user. It works fine either via USB or across the LAN. It seems to work faster via a dedicated USB cable than it does across a LAN, even if you are running Gigabit Ethernet. I would definitely take issue with the claim that it prints laser-like quality copies. The quality is usually better than most inkjets, but you would never get the results confused with that of a color laserjet. The biggest problem that I have with this and other Epson Workforce printers is the fact that their feed system does not work that well, especially as time goes on. Instead of printing a single document on a single piece of paper these printers often pull as many as a dozen pieces of blank paper through the feed along with the page it is printing. It makes for a huge waste of time refilling the trays and a lot of wasted paper. There is a reason why this line of printers is so cheap. The other problem I have had is that when you get towards the end of your inkjet cartridge the color gets all messed up. It will selectively use more of less of one color than another making the colors distorted and text sometimes completely unreadable. This is despite the fact that there is still ink remaining in all of the cartridges. This means that you always have to swap out ink cartridges before they are empty, which is very wasteful and expensive. The cost per print ends up being quite high due to the wasted ink, wasted paper and botched print jobs. If you are a home user that doesn't make that many color copies or prints, you will be a lot happier with this unit than others would be. It does a great job with black and white printing and has large cartridges available that will last most home users quite some time. It would be way too much of a pain to use and too expensive to keep reloading with ink in an office environment though. BONUS SEGMENT: I've had this printer a few weeks now. Here are some other observations... This, and other models of Epson printers I have used over the years, has a nagging tendency to tell you that you are low on ink when nothing could be further from the truth. This is especially true with black ink. After being told repeatedly that my black ink was almost empty I bought a refill only to find that when I pulled the old one out it was more than half full. I could tell just by its weight and the amount of ink sloshing around inside. It really ticks me off that I was tricked into buying another $50 in ink when I clearly did not need it at all. Another thing that I simply cannot understand... I have been printing this mailing label with my company's logo on it. Despite the fact that all of my cartridges are brand new and just installed the logo constantly comes out as green when it is in reality a deep blue. This isn't a case of the shade just being off a little. It's a completely different color! The image file is very high resolution and couldn't be clearer. I have tried running the different utilities on the printer but nothing seems to help. The logo is perfectly visible and legible. It's just not at all the right color. Weird.;;Reviewed in the United States on March 31, 2019;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;Lightweight Printer;;All American Reviews;;;How often and what you use a printer for is important when selecting one. For a home and home office situation I've used a number of different printers over the last decade. For quality color graphic printing options I tended to go with Epson, where when I went to Brother's HL series - you can crank some serious printing for projects with those. But increasingly I found the costs of different printers fell down to one of three issues - Cartridge Costs, Print Quality, and Durability. Which meant I moved away from having ANY printing at home and instead moved my projects to print centers and my few personal printer needs - boarding passes, hotel reservations and other things where a print copy is a good idea - to local communal printing areas. This worked well enough - reduced costs, improved quality etc.- until two things happened, 1) A member of our household started college and 2) another member became busier working at home and the home office printing became necessary again. Which is why I chose the Work Force Pro. I needed wireless - no I was not excited about get two generations' computers to all talk to the printer - I needed the capcity for quality color (College projects, client project, photos etc) and serious fast black and white. This unit's price point was easy on the wallet and it delivers. In about 10 minutes I had it installed and about another 10 minutes per device and everyone could print. It is quiet, fast, and so far, is not burning through ink. Like the Brother HL it has clean lines, minimal footprint and durable construction. Like the Epson color printers it delivers clean color images with balanced brightness that reflects what you saw on screen. At this point I can highly recommend this for Home, Home Office and Wireless printing.;;Reviewed in the United States on August 2, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;A Great Choice For Home and Home Office;;Val;;;I've been an Epson user since the 90s, and still use an ancient Epson CD/DVD printer from time to time. My main printing switched to laser printers long ago. My color laser died several years back, and I've been living with black and white laser printing or the occasional color inkjet print on my old Epson. I was intrigued by this printers claim to be "laser-sharp" and cheaper than a color laser printer. Inkjet printer ink is one of the most expensive substances on the planet, after all! At least, it used to be. Sub-$100 printers usually cost you much more than that just to replace the ink! (The old razor plan - give away the handle, sell the blades.) This is my first experience with a WorkForce Pro printer. Out of the box, it was clear this wasn't like my old Epson consumer photo printers. It has a large, square form factor like most office printers. There's a flatbed scanner, or a paper feed scanner that can do two-sided scanning. There are TWO paper trays (more on this in a moment) plus a manual paper feed (convenient for passing through envelopes). The small color LDC display is also a touch screen, so all operations beyond the physical power button require the screen. (I just had a problem with a previous printer where the screen was dead, rendering it useless.) I use Macs and iOS devices, and these days I do about 95% of everything on an iPad. This review will be from that perspective. Normally I'd say that unpacking takes longer than setup, due to all the tape. In this case, that's not true. After I opened the box, and spent many minutes removing pieces of tape that held things together during shipping, I plugged it up and powered it on. From power on to first print (including time to connect to network and do a firmware update) was about HALF AN HOUR. If I skipped the firmware update, I could have cut that in half. Setup time is length, but simple. Power up, set the date and time on the touch screen, and get to a screen where it prompts you to insert the four included "starter" ink cartridges. I don't know why printer companies do that. It always makes me think the printer is crap because of how little ink they give. At least it was enough to handle two weeks of test prints on half a ream of paper. Next I connected it to my WiFi network. Oddly, instead of just showing one access point like my phones and computers do, it showed three (I have three WiFi repeaters). I wasn't sure which one would be best to use, so I just picked one. After connected to WiFi, it alerted me about registering with Epson (you can delay), setting up FAX capability (this is a feature I would never use since I haven't had a home phone line in a decade), and updating firmware. The menu navigation is pretty simple, and the printer makes feedback noises when you press buttons. It's much slicker than any of my ancient Epsons. Once configured and updated, I was able to load my resume in Apple Pages on my iPad and Print. The Epson WD-3730 showed up automatically. It printed BLAZING fast. I've never had an ink jet this fast. It does two-sided printing two, but due to the compact size, it shoots paper out, then pulls it back in to get to the other side. The much larger business printers in offices I have worked at do this all internally. I wonder if this might also be less prone to paper jams -- seems the big office printers used to do that weekly. Speed and print quality was good, but since I no longer have a color laser to compare with, I can't say if it is "Beyond Laser." I tested the COPY mode, and fed a sample sheet that came with the printer (with a color photo of the printer on it) through the machine. The copy was very fast, and while not 100% accurate, still looked good. The printer also has the option to scan to e-mail, or a USB device. It can also print files from a USB stick (there's a port on the front, under a flap). There are many features here I will never use, though the scan to e-mail may come in handy since I have had enough bad experiences with Epson Mac software that I do not plan to install it. I like that this printer is compact, and that is has simple scan and copy functions. I could do that with my old Epson, but it only had a flatbed scanner, and required a computer connected and ON to do the scanning via the Epson software. This printer is far more autonomous, and mine will NEVER be connected to a printer (which is good; it does not even come with a USB printer cable). The specs claim 4800x2400 dpi, and I remember days when 300 dpi was considered "laser quality." I would be surprised if consumer inkjet printer paper could really do that resolution. One drawback with inkjet for me has always been water. I would print mailing labels or UPS labels, and if they got wet, the barcodes and writing would smear. I was curious if this had improved. I took a test page and dropped water on it. It bled a bit, but did not do the horrible smearing that older inkjet used to. I'll still use my laser printer for anything that might come in contact with water, but I was happy with the ink's robustness against water. Other than the long setup time (fine, you only do it once), the only complaint I have was with paper tray handling. When I first installed paper, I put it in Tray 2 (bottom tray). You can configure what kind of paper is in each tray (I am using HP Color Ink Jet Paper, so I set "color" paper for Tray 2). When I first went to print, it tried to print to Tray 1 and gave me an error. I couldn't figure out how to select the paper tray from my iPad, so I moved paper from Tray 2 to Tray 1 and printer again. Then it gave me an error saying there was no paper in Tray 2! After trying to figure out how to say "no paper installed" (why does the printer even try to print? it knows what is there, and even what type of paper, through settings!), I switched paper AGAIN and then was able to print find. No clue. That part was frustrating. Maybe a firmware update can address this, since clearly unless you specify a tray, it should be able to print to whatever tray has paper (especially if both say the same paper type). There is a laundry list of other features this printer has, but I won't be using them so I am not testing them for this review. I am more than impressed with this printer, but the real test will be longevity and ink cost. I used my color laser for years and maybe replaced toner once or twice. These tiny ink cartridges will probably need to be replaced much more often, and while they may be cheaper, many folks may still prefer getting many more pages out of a huge laser toner. We shall see. If I run into big issues down the road, I'll revise this review.;;Reviewed in the United States on April 8, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Much better than expected for a $100 printer. Long setup. Office-like features. FAST!;;Allen C. Huffman

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By All American Reviews - Reviewed in the United States on March 31, 2019
Lightweight Printer
This is an o.k., lightweight printer that is probably best suitable for home use rather than use in any type of office environment. Installation is pretty straight forward if you are a Windows user. It works fine either via USB or across the LAN. It seems to work faster via a dedicated USB cable than it does across a LAN, even if you are running Gigabit Ethernet. I would definitely take issue with the claim that it prints laser-like quality copies. The quality is usually better than most inkjets, but you would never get the results confused with that of a color laserjet. The biggest problem that I have with this and other Epson Workforce printers is the fact that their feed system does not work that well, especially as time goes on. Instead of printing a single document on a single piece of paper these printers often pull as many as a dozen pieces of blank paper through the feed along with the page it is printing. It makes for a huge waste of time refilling the trays and a lot of wasted paper. There is a reason why this line of printers is so cheap. The other problem I have had is that when you get towards the end of your inkjet cartridge the color gets all messed up. It will selectively use more of less of one color than another making the colors distorted and text sometimes completely unreadable. This is despite the fact that there is still ink remaining in all of the cartridges. This means that you always have to swap out ink cartridges before they are empty, which is very wasteful and expensive. The cost per print ends up being quite high due to the wasted ink, wasted paper and botched print jobs. If you are a home user that doesn't make that many color copies or prints, you will be a lot happier with this unit than others would be. It does a great job with black and white printing and has large cartridges available that will last most home users quite some time. It would be way too much of a pain to use and too expensive to keep reloading with ink in an office environment though. BONUS SEGMENT: I've had this printer a few weeks now. Here are some other observations... This, and other models of Epson printers I have used over the years, has a nagging tendency to tell you that you are low on ink when nothing could be further from the truth. This is especially true with black ink. After being told repeatedly that my black ink was almost empty I bought a refill only to find that when I pulled the old one out it was more than half full. I could tell just by its weight and the amount of ink sloshing around inside. It really ticks me off that I was tricked into buying another $50 in ink when I clearly did not need it at all. Another thing that I simply cannot understand... I have been printing this mailing label with my company's logo on it. Despite the fact that all of my cartridges are brand new and just installed the logo constantly comes out as green when it is in reality a deep blue. This isn't a case of the shade just being off a little. It's a completely different color! The image file is very high resolution and couldn't be clearer. I have tried running the different utilities on the printer but nothing seems to help. The logo is perfectly visible and legible. It's just not at all the right color. Weird.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Val - Reviewed in the United States on August 2, 2019
A Great Choice For Home and Home Office
How often and what you use a printer for is important when selecting one. For a home and home office situation I've used a number of different printers over the last decade. For quality color graphic printing options I tended to go with Epson, where when I went to Brother's HL series - you can crank some serious printing for projects with those. But increasingly I found the costs of different printers fell down to one of three issues - Cartridge Costs, Print Quality, and Durability. Which meant I moved away from having ANY printing at home and instead moved my projects to print centers and my few personal printer needs - boarding passes, hotel reservations and other things where a print copy is a good idea - to local communal printing areas. This worked well enough - reduced costs, improved quality etc.- until two things happened, 1) A member of our household started college and 2) another member became busier working at home and the home office printing became necessary again. Which is why I chose the Work Force Pro. I needed wireless - no I was not excited about get two generations' computers to all talk to the printer - I needed the capcity for quality color (College projects, client project, photos etc) and serious fast black and white. This unit's price point was easy on the wallet and it delivers. In about 10 minutes I had it installed and about another 10 minutes per device and everyone could print. It is quiet, fast, and so far, is not burning through ink. Like the Brother HL it has clean lines, minimal footprint and durable construction. Like the Epson color printers it delivers clean color images with balanced brightness that reflects what you saw on screen. At this point I can highly recommend this for Home, Home Office and Wireless printing.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Allen C. Huffman - Reviewed in the United States on April 8, 2019
Much better than expected for a $100 printer. Long setup. Office-like features. FAST!
I've been an Epson user since the 90s, and still use an ancient Epson CD/DVD printer from time to time. My main printing switched to laser printers long ago. My color laser died several years back, and I've been living with black and white laser printing or the occasional color inkjet print on my old Epson. I was intrigued by this printers claim to be "laser-sharp" and cheaper than a color laser printer. Inkjet printer ink is one of the most expensive substances on the planet, after all! At least, it used to be. Sub-$100 printers usually cost you much more than that just to replace the ink! (The old razor plan - give away the handle, sell the blades.) This is my first experience with a WorkForce Pro printer. Out of the box, it was clear this wasn't like my old Epson consumer photo printers. It has a large, square form factor like most office printers. There's a flatbed scanner, or a paper feed scanner that can do two-sided scanning. There are TWO paper trays (more on this in a moment) plus a manual paper feed (convenient for passing through envelopes). The small color LDC display is also a touch screen, so all operations beyond the physical power button require the screen. (I just had a problem with a previous printer where the screen was dead, rendering it useless.) I use Macs and iOS devices, and these days I do about 95% of everything on an iPad. This review will be from that perspective. Normally I'd say that unpacking takes longer than setup, due to all the tape. In this case, that's not true. After I opened the box, and spent many minutes removing pieces of tape that held things together during shipping, I plugged it up and powered it on. From power on to first print (including time to connect to network and do a firmware update) was about HALF AN HOUR. If I skipped the firmware update, I could have cut that in half. Setup time is length, but simple. Power up, set the date and time on the touch screen, and get to a screen where it prompts you to insert the four included "starter" ink cartridges. I don't know why printer companies do that. It always makes me think the printer is crap because of how little ink they give. At least it was enough to handle two weeks of test prints on half a ream of paper. Next I connected it to my WiFi network. Oddly, instead of just showing one access point like my phones and computers do, it showed three (I have three WiFi repeaters). I wasn't sure which one would be best to use, so I just picked one. After connected to WiFi, it alerted me about registering with Epson (you can delay), setting up FAX capability (this is a feature I would never use since I haven't had a home phone line in a decade), and updating firmware. The menu navigation is pretty simple, and the printer makes feedback noises when you press buttons. It's much slicker than any of my ancient Epsons. Once configured and updated, I was able to load my resume in Apple Pages on my iPad and Print. The Epson WD-3730 showed up automatically. It printed BLAZING fast. I've never had an ink jet this fast. It does two-sided printing two, but due to the compact size, it shoots paper out, then pulls it back in to get to the other side. The much larger business printers in offices I have worked at do this all internally. I wonder if this might also be less prone to paper jams -- seems the big office printers used to do that weekly. Speed and print quality was good, but since I no longer have a color laser to compare with, I can't say if it is "Beyond Laser." I tested the COPY mode, and fed a sample sheet that came with the printer (with a color photo of the printer on it) through the machine. The copy was very fast, and while not 100% accurate, still looked good. The printer also has the option to scan to e-mail, or a USB device. It can also print files from a USB stick (there's a port on the front, under a flap). There are many features here I will never use, though the scan to e-mail may come in handy since I have had enough bad experiences with Epson Mac software that I do not plan to install it. I like that this printer is compact, and that is has simple scan and copy functions. I could do that with my old Epson, but it only had a flatbed scanner, and required a computer connected and ON to do the scanning via the Epson software. This printer is far more autonomous, and mine will NEVER be connected to a printer (which is good; it does not even come with a USB printer cable). The specs claim 4800x2400 dpi, and I remember days when 300 dpi was considered "laser quality." I would be surprised if consumer inkjet printer paper could really do that resolution. One drawback with inkjet for me has always been water. I would print mailing labels or UPS labels, and if they got wet, the barcodes and writing would smear. I was curious if this had improved. I took a test page and dropped water on it. It bled a bit, but did not do the horrible smearing that older inkjet used to. I'll still use my laser printer for anything that might come in contact with water, but I was happy with the ink's robustness against water. Other than the long setup time (fine, you only do it once), the only complaint I have was with paper tray handling. When I first installed paper, I put it in Tray 2 (bottom tray). You can configure what kind of paper is in each tray (I am using HP Color Ink Jet Paper, so I set "color" paper for Tray 2). When I first went to print, it tried to print to Tray 1 and gave me an error. I couldn't figure out how to select the paper tray from my iPad, so I moved paper from Tray 2 to Tray 1 and printer again. Then it gave me an error saying there was no paper in Tray 2! After trying to figure out how to say "no paper installed" (why does the printer even try to print? it knows what is there, and even what type of paper, through settings!), I switched paper AGAIN and then was able to print find. No clue. That part was frustrating. Maybe a firmware update can address this, since clearly unless you specify a tray, it should be able to print to whatever tray has paper (especially if both say the same paper type). There is a laundry list of other features this printer has, but I won't be using them so I am not testing them for this review. I am more than impressed with this printer, but the real test will be longevity and ink cost. I used my color laser for years and maybe replaced toner once or twice. These tiny ink cartridges will probably need to be replaced much more often, and while they may be cheaper, many folks may still prefer getting many more pages out of a huge laser toner. We shall see. If I run into big issues down the road, I'll revise this review.

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3.0 out of 5 stars
By All American Reviews - Reviewed in the United States on March 31, 2019
Lightweight Printer
This is an o.k., lightweight printer that is probably best suitable for home use rather than use in any type of office environment. Installation is pretty straight forward if you are a Windows user. It works fine either via USB or across the LAN. It seems to work faster via a dedicated USB cable than it does across a LAN, even if you are running Gigabit Ethernet. I would definitely take issue with the claim that it prints laser-like quality copies. The quality is usually better than most inkjets, but you would never get the results confused with that of a color laserjet. The biggest problem that I have with this and other Epson Workforce printers is the fact that their feed system does not work that well, especially as time goes on. Instead of printing a single document on a single piece of paper these printers often pull as many as a dozen pieces of blank paper through the feed along with the page it is printing. It makes for a huge waste of time refilling the trays and a lot of wasted paper. There is a reason why this line of printers is so cheap. The other problem I have had is that when you get towards the end of your inkjet cartridge the color gets all messed up. It will selectively use more of less of one color than another making the colors distorted and text sometimes completely unreadable. This is despite the fact that there is still ink remaining in all of the cartridges. This means that you always have to swap out ink cartridges before they are empty, which is very wasteful and expensive. The cost per print ends up being quite high due to the wasted ink, wasted paper and botched print jobs. If you are a home user that doesn't make that many color copies or prints, you will be a lot happier with this unit than others would be. It does a great job with black and white printing and has large cartridges available that will last most home users quite some time. It would be way too much of a pain to use and too expensive to keep reloading with ink in an office environment though. BONUS SEGMENT: I've had this printer a few weeks now. Here are some other observations... This, and other models of Epson printers I have used over the years, has a nagging tendency to tell you that you are low on ink when nothing could be further from the truth. This is especially true with black ink. After being told repeatedly that my black ink was almost empty I bought a refill only to find that when I pulled the old one out it was more than half full. I could tell just by its weight and the amount of ink sloshing around inside. It really ticks me off that I was tricked into buying another $50 in ink when I clearly did not need it at all. Another thing that I simply cannot understand... I have been printing this mailing label with my company's logo on it. Despite the fact that all of my cartridges are brand new and just installed the logo constantly comes out as green when it is in reality a deep blue. This isn't a case of the shade just being off a little. It's a completely different color! The image file is very high resolution and couldn't be clearer. I have tried running the different utilities on the printer but nothing seems to help. The logo is perfectly visible and legible. It's just not at all the right color. Weird.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Val - Reviewed in the United States on August 2, 2019
A Great Choice For Home and Home Office
How often and what you use a printer for is important when selecting one. For a home and home office situation I've used a number of different printers over the last decade. For quality color graphic printing options I tended to go with Epson, where when I went to Brother's HL series - you can crank some serious printing for projects with those. But increasingly I found the costs of different printers fell down to one of three issues - Cartridge Costs, Print Quality, and Durability. Which meant I moved away from having ANY printing at home and instead moved my projects to print centers and my few personal printer needs - boarding passes, hotel reservations and other things where a print copy is a good idea - to local communal printing areas. This worked well enough - reduced costs, improved quality etc.- until two things happened, 1) A member of our household started college and 2) another member became busier working at home and the home office printing became necessary again. Which is why I chose the Work Force Pro. I needed wireless - no I was not excited about get two generations' computers to all talk to the printer - I needed the capcity for quality color (College projects, client project, photos etc) and serious fast black and white. This unit's price point was easy on the wallet and it delivers. In about 10 minutes I had it installed and about another 10 minutes per device and everyone could print. It is quiet, fast, and so far, is not burning through ink. Like the Brother HL it has clean lines, minimal footprint and durable construction. Like the Epson color printers it delivers clean color images with balanced brightness that reflects what you saw on screen. At this point I can highly recommend this for Home, Home Office and Wireless printing.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Allen C. Huffman - Reviewed in the United States on April 8, 2019
Much better than expected for a $100 printer. Long setup. Office-like features. FAST!
I've been an Epson user since the 90s, and still use an ancient Epson CD/DVD printer from time to time. My main printing switched to laser printers long ago. My color laser died several years back, and I've been living with black and white laser printing or the occasional color inkjet print on my old Epson. I was intrigued by this printers claim to be "laser-sharp" and cheaper than a color laser printer. Inkjet printer ink is one of the most expensive substances on the planet, after all! At least, it used to be. Sub-$100 printers usually cost you much more than that just to replace the ink! (The old razor plan - give away the handle, sell the blades.) This is my first experience with a WorkForce Pro printer. Out of the box, it was clear this wasn't like my old Epson consumer photo printers. It has a large, square form factor like most office printers. There's a flatbed scanner, or a paper feed scanner that can do two-sided scanning. There are TWO paper trays (more on this in a moment) plus a manual paper feed (convenient for passing through envelopes). The small color LDC display is also a touch screen, so all operations beyond the physical power button require the screen. (I just had a problem with a previous printer where the screen was dead, rendering it useless.) I use Macs and iOS devices, and these days I do about 95% of everything on an iPad. This review will be from that perspective. Normally I'd say that unpacking takes longer than setup, due to all the tape. In this case, that's not true. After I opened the box, and spent many minutes removing pieces of tape that held things together during shipping, I plugged it up and powered it on. From power on to first print (including time to connect to network and do a firmware update) was about HALF AN HOUR. If I skipped the firmware update, I could have cut that in half. Setup time is length, but simple. Power up, set the date and time on the touch screen, and get to a screen where it prompts you to insert the four included "starter" ink cartridges. I don't know why printer companies do that. It always makes me think the printer is crap because of how little ink they give. At least it was enough to handle two weeks of test prints on half a ream of paper. Next I connected it to my WiFi network. Oddly, instead of just showing one access point like my phones and computers do, it showed three (I have three WiFi repeaters). I wasn't sure which one would be best to use, so I just picked one. After connected to WiFi, it alerted me about registering with Epson (you can delay), setting up FAX capability (this is a feature I would never use since I haven't had a home phone line in a decade), and updating firmware. The menu navigation is pretty simple, and the printer makes feedback noises when you press buttons. It's much slicker than any of my ancient Epsons. Once configured and updated, I was able to load my resume in Apple Pages on my iPad and Print. The Epson WD-3730 showed up automatically. It printed BLAZING fast. I've never had an ink jet this fast. It does two-sided printing two, but due to the compact size, it shoots paper out, then pulls it back in to get to the other side. The much larger business printers in offices I have worked at do this all internally. I wonder if this might also be less prone to paper jams -- seems the big office printers used to do that weekly. Speed and print quality was good, but since I no longer have a color laser to compare with, I can't say if it is "Beyond Laser." I tested the COPY mode, and fed a sample sheet that came with the printer (with a color photo of the printer on it) through the machine. The copy was very fast, and while not 100% accurate, still looked good. The printer also has the option to scan to e-mail, or a USB device. It can also print files from a USB stick (there's a port on the front, under a flap). There are many features here I will never use, though the scan to e-mail may come in handy since I have had enough bad experiences with Epson Mac software that I do not plan to install it. I like that this printer is compact, and that is has simple scan and copy functions. I could do that with my old Epson, but it only had a flatbed scanner, and required a computer connected and ON to do the scanning via the Epson software. This printer is far more autonomous, and mine will NEVER be connected to a printer (which is good; it does not even come with a USB printer cable). The specs claim 4800x2400 dpi, and I remember days when 300 dpi was considered "laser quality." I would be surprised if consumer inkjet printer paper could really do that resolution. One drawback with inkjet for me has always been water. I would print mailing labels or UPS labels, and if they got wet, the barcodes and writing would smear. I was curious if this had improved. I took a test page and dropped water on it. It bled a bit, but did not do the horrible smearing that older inkjet used to. I'll still use my laser printer for anything that might come in contact with water, but I was happy with the ink's robustness against water. Other than the long setup time (fine, you only do it once), the only complaint I have was with paper tray handling. When I first installed paper, I put it in Tray 2 (bottom tray). You can configure what kind of paper is in each tray (I am using HP Color Ink Jet Paper, so I set "color" paper for Tray 2). When I first went to print, it tried to print to Tray 1 and gave me an error. I couldn't figure out how to select the paper tray from my iPad, so I moved paper from Tray 2 to Tray 1 and printer again. Then it gave me an error saying there was no paper in Tray 2! After trying to figure out how to say "no paper installed" (why does the printer even try to print? it knows what is there, and even what type of paper, through settings!), I switched paper AGAIN and then was able to print find. No clue. That part was frustrating. Maybe a firmware update can address this, since clearly unless you specify a tray, it should be able to print to whatever tray has paper (especially if both say the same paper type). There is a laundry list of other features this printer has, but I won't be using them so I am not testing them for this review. I am more than impressed with this printer, but the real test will be longevity and ink cost. I used my color laser for years and maybe replaced toner once or twice. These tiny ink cartridges will probably need to be replaced much more often, and while they may be cheaper, many folks may still prefer getting many more pages out of a huge laser toner. We shall see. If I run into big issues down the road, I'll revise this review.