What the marketing blurb says
Epson’s WorkForce Pro range traditionally offers big, bulky printers aimed at busy offices and workgroups that need a real workhorse printer for everyday use.
The WorkForce Pro WF-4720DWF, however, is part of a new range that is designed for ‘micro-businesses’, such as home workers and small offices, who need a more compact printer that can still handle a decent workload.
What rethink printing says
- Large paper tray for an inkjet printer (250 sheets)
- Wireless/Wired connectivity
- Air Print
- Individual inks standard and XL
- High quality texts and graphics
- Very expensive cartridges (set of XL cartridges around £150)
- Expensive to purchase (around £170)
What our engineer Marius says.
For a WorkForce product, the look is updated comparing with the predecessors offering reasonable print speeds and good quality prints. The screen size is decent, user friendly and the printer is easy to setup on the network. Despite the fact that the cartridges (specially the XL) are very expensive the cost/page for an inkjet are relatively low.
In my opinion a better investment will be for an office environment into a laser printer with cheaper running costs