You'd be better off scribing on a rock with an old fingernail!
Amazon Customer "Dog Lover", Amazon
20 March 2015
Summary: This is the worst printer! One star is generous. Can't even print simple black and white text properly. I run the nozzle alignment and nozzle cleaning procedures and maybe get 8 - 10 ok pages before it starts failing again. Also, the Windows drivers are so buggy, I had to remove them from my Win7 laptop.
Summary: For the price, this is a nice printer. Some functions, mostly scanning, are a little funky and aren't as intuitive as I would hope...but it prints and scans with great quality...I've had this for maybe two years...here and there it does false alarm jamming...or it says the paper isn't loaded correctly...little errors that turn out not to be actually real...but you just lift the cover and close it again and it seems to clear out those glitches.
Summary: Needed a new personal printer. Thought I'd try an all-in-one because I also need a scanner. Also wanted wireless and one that would work with our phones and tablets. This gave us everything we wanted at a great price. Easy set-up, too. It has two paper trays, can handle up to 13" x 19" paper size and I still have yet to need to replace any of the ink cartridges (and I also use it for all my work email printing). When it comes to photos they are good but not great.
Summary: This machine is the best in many ways. It uses a very small amount of ink. The printing is high quality, the set up was easy, the features are very good. I have owned many printers over 30 years, many I have not liked at all, I am technical and from the industry and sometimes hard to please. I honestly have no complaints about this printer and that is a rare thing. I would like to buy another one but I don't need it.
Summary: I have one old Epson RX600 that I love, but it's getting tired after 10+ years of giving me the best print! So I added the Work Force 7520 to my family and it is living up to the oldest. I love the quality and the pictures are just beautiful.
Summary: I have had the WF-7520 for several months now and, overall, I find the printer to be satisfactory. However, I am dismayed that Epson did not see fit to put a touch screen on the printer similar to the Artisan 837 which I am still using. The printer is not as user friendly when printing envelopes and, thus, my reason for keeping the 837.
Summary: I had an Epson WF-7520 for about 3 years. The print pad wore out. I know it wasn't because of the printer. Although I'm not in business I print a tremendous amount of literature: 100 church newsletters a month (11x17) back and front, 40 programs back and front every 2 months, 24 cue cards (13x19) for skits, a church directory of 6 back and front color, etc. The WF-7520 is a great printer. That's why I replaced it with the same model.
Summary: Print speed is a little slow, as advertised, but the quality is good, as is the color fidelity. The page sizes which can be copied cover a wide range, which was the point. These large or odd sizes can be converted to standard sizes, which is very useful. It also uses numerous paper types. The 7520 has 2 paper trays where the 7510 has one: Using 2 produces fewer "load paper" interruptions.