These two printers are entry-level, meaning they’re less expensive. From what I’m reading though they have some of the same features as the other WorkForce printers. Pricing is attractive at $80 for the 320 and $100 for the 325. The main difference I can see between the two having Wi-Fi capability or not.
With several high-value features for a home office, including built-in Wi-Fi n connectivity, robust OCR software to easily convert scanned documents into editable/searchable text, and one-touch color and black and white copying, the WorkForce 325 boosts productivity and increases efficiency. In addition, it allows users to easily scan directly to PDF and e-mail, archive important documents, and fax documents directly from a computer
Additional Features of the WorkForce 320 and WorkForce 325: -- ISO print speeds of 4.3 ISO ppm black and 2.2 ISO ppm color(5) -- Individual ink cartridges for replacing only the color that is needed -- Instant drying inks to immediately touch laser quality documents and photos -- Captures every detail for document archiving with 1200 dpi scanning -- Saves up to 50 percent of paper supply with manual, two-sided printing(6) -- Uses up to 70 percent less power than laser printers(7) -- ENERGY STAR® qualified, RoHS compliant, and designed to be recycled(8) -- 5760 x 1440 dpi printing -- 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 WorkForce 320 ($79.99*) is currently available, and the WorkForce 325 ($99.99*) will be available in mid-August, 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