Summary: Generally a nice unit. Confusing directions. My bottom tray doesn't fit quite right and 'snap in place' properly; I'm sure it's only a matter of time before some piece breaks. Very disappointed that it doesn't 'recognize' originals sizes when scanning, copying or printing sent from the computer, or...
Good enough for the price; does not stand up under heavy use
John Hupp, Amazon
20 June 2014
Summary: I've had one of these for almost two years, now, and I've scanned thousands of pages on it. I almost never print anything, but when I do it's often 11x17. The Epson WF-7520 works okay most of the time, and it is remarkably inexpensive for what it is.
Summary: I've used this scanner printer for over a year. I've scanned over 15,500 B&W 10 x12 inch pages both sides threw the top auto feed scan section and a couple of fax batches also. I'm now scanning on table top photos in 300 dpi color from large book.
Summary: Our office purchased this to replace a color laser printer. We weren't interested in an all in one, but the big selling point for us was the 11x17 automatic paper feeder. The hardware functions beautifully. It makes beautiful prints and creates high quality scans.
Summary: I needed a wide format scanner (and printer). This was affordable. I was hoping for better printing quality but I guess I can take those special prints to a printer shop. The most annoying thing is that the scanner doesn't have the 16-bit color capability, or at least I wasn't able to find it.
Summary: Because I just purchased this piece of equipment and am having some initial difficulties, I'm not inclined to recommend this YET. I hope to amend my recommendation status at a later time. I will see how easy it will be to contact customer service.
Summary: I purchases this printer because it had most of the same features as an HP brand I was looking at but it was 2 inches shorter in width and my work space is limited. I am kind of disappointed. I am a graphic designer and use my printer daily.