Epson Announces Three New WorkForce All-in-One Printers


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I’ve reviewed a few Epson printers here on technogog including a few WorkForce printers like the 600 and 610. I reviewed the 600 almost two years ago actually and it’s still running great for me, so that should say something right there about the quality of these printers. Today though they’ve announced three more in their WorkForce line-up, the 635, 633 and the 630. All of them now have two-sided printing built-in along with 802.11N and 250 sheet capacity paper trays to keep you going for along time. Pricing is $180 up to $230 for the flagship WorkForce 635 and they’ll be available in September most brick and mortar stores and online.

Shared Features of the WorkForce Line

The WorkForce 635, WorkForce 633 and the WorkForce 630 bring several key advantages to small businesses starting with print speeds of 15 ISO ppm black and 7.2 ISO ppm color(3). In addition, each model has a 250-sheet input tray allowing users to load up to half a ream of paper at a time. All three models ship with Extra-High capacity black and color cartridges with Epson’s exclusive fade(4), smudge- and water(5)-resistant DURABrite® Ultra inks. In addition to printing functions, the new WorkForce All-in-Ones offer high-quality 2400 dpi scanning and rapid faxing with the capability to store up to 60 names and numbers.

The Epson WorkForce 635, 633 and 630 include the latest in wireless technology, Wi-Fi n, which delivers 2.5 times the performance of 802.11g(2). With Wi-Fi n, these new models are compatible with the latest routers on the market, as well as being backwards compatible with 802.11b/g networks. In addition, all three models include a 2.5" LCD screen to make copying, faxing and other stand-alone functions easy-to-use.

Increased Productivity with the WorkForce 635 and WorkForce 633

In addition to the wide range of business features offered throughout the line, the WorkForce 633 includes automatic two-sided printing for maximum efficiency, while the flagship WorkForce 635 also copies, scans and faxes two-sided documents using a built-in two-sided 30-page automatic document feeder.

  Additional Features of the WorkForce Line:
  --  15 ISO ppm black and 7.2 ISO ppm color single-sided; 7.5 ISO ppm black
      and 4.5 ISO ppm color two-sided to help keep businesses running at
      full speed
  --  Extra-High capacity ink cartridges so businesses replace ink less
      often
  --  Individual ink cartridges for replacing only the color that is needed
  --  Instant drying inks to immediately touch laser quality documents and
      photos
  --  Wi-Fi n and Ethernet compatible for network printing with the latest
      routers available
  --  Uses up to 70 percent less power than laser printers(6), saving energy
      and money
  --  ENERGY STAR® qualified, RoHS compliant to help preserve the
      environment
  --  Designed to be recycled(7)
  --  Epson MicroPiezo® print head technology with smart nozzles delivers
      ink droplets in as many as three sizes, some as small as three
      picoliters, delivering sharp, laser-like quality text while optimizing
      print speeds


  Pricing and Availability

The Epson WorkForce 635 ($229.99**), Epson WorkForce 633 ($199.99**), and Epson WorkForce 630 ($179.99**) will be available in September through major computer, office and electronic superstores, a variety of retail stores nationwide, mail order, PC manufacturers, the Internet, and Epson’s own retail site, www.epsonstore.com .

 

Web Site: http://www.epson.com/

  • http://louise221@hotmail.com louise swift

    i bought a Epson workforce 600 this year from office max i started
    hearing noise and when i was trying to print and a black line was
    on the paper.
    were can i send my printer back to the factory

  • louise swift

    my Epson printer is still not working two years here it sets in my closet paid sixty dollars for ink still don’t work i am so tried of buying ink i don’t have money to give away the ink cost more that the printer what can i do to get a new printer i knew that those printer was not any good i will send this printer back from which it came i am a writer and i need my printer but if you can’t give me a printer just give my moneyback
    they may work for some people i don’t care but for me they are know good as soon as you put the ink in it runs right out it don’t make any sense to sell this printer to know one you can have this printer
    because it is worthless and just in my way i don’t know what your are going to do but it better be soon
    i don’t want to give you a bad name but i will

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