Summary: I purchased the Epson7520 about 6 months back. It works fine. Few issues I found are-no backlit keys, small screen and no blue tooth connection. Print quality is good. 11"X17" paper needs to be fed manually but this is acceptable for the price tag. Needs frequent ink change.
Summary: Product is pretty large and bulky, which is fine, I have the room. Do not like that it did not come with a printer cable, as it is used in business office and cannot use the wifi feature. The startup disc did not install the drivers, it took my IT guy to download everything from the internet.
Summary: Bought this from Staples. The box did not contain manuals and installation disks. Staples picked up the original one and delivered another. Two days lost here. The installation on all four computers went seamlessly and the set up was simple. All seemed well until we tried to use the ADF to scan. The scanner seemed to work fine, but the paper jammed, destroying part of the original document. We tried it several times. No good.
Summary: This machine does print decent text and acceptable (not professional) photos. It is also pretty fast. I also like the extra large scanner glass and wide print size. However, there are several shortcomings.
Summary: I have used the WF-7510 at work in a plant that had no real network connection other than a locally connected wireless router. As along that one saw the network and my laptop or smartphone it wouldn't miss a beat on printing 11x17 documents as I needed it.
Summary: overall i like the printer. vertical banding when I print photos is the main issue and problem. this is very frustrating since i cannot use the printed photos. also many, many false paper jam messages. machine is heavy and hard to move to get in back and fix the "fake" paper jams.
Nice Specs, Misleading Specs, and Poor Performance . . .
2 September 2013
Summary: I'm within the first week of ownership and may be returning this. My first shock came when I learned that there is no automatic duplex output for A3 paper sizes. That is quite unbelievable, and I'm now looking for notation of this in the specs both here on Amazon and on Epson's site. Haven't found it yet, and will complain to Epson if it isn't EASILY found, as it clearly should be.
Summary: Overall, the printer is good. I bought it for the wide format feature, which works well. What does not work well is the duplex feature which ends up jamming the printer frequently. This is frustrating and a waste of time.