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: 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: 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.
Summary: WF-7520 printed 100 lb. and 110 lb. Cover weight, short grain, 13x19 stock without a problem. LTR size, 24 lb. white paper jammed 50% or more of the time. Also, it passed multiple LTR sheets through before printing the sheet. All features work great however, the scanner, multi-sheet scan feeder, FAX and interface to Windows and MAC computers. I am pleased with the CMYK inkjet on 13x19 sheets.
Summary: So far I am very happy with the product. Set up was easy for USB use. Did have some trouble setting up Wifi using the first option, after I finally gaved up on that after try about 3 times. I went to the second option (which was not using the usb cable to set up wifi) and it worked fine. Really like the ability to make large copies or reduce to small size if desired. Functionality is easy and was able to figure out most of it without the instructions.
Summary: Have been using this printer for 2-3 months and am very pleased with it. I'm a freelance graphic designer, and the quality of the printing is superb. Once in a while it will pull two pieces of paper through at once, but other than that, the operation has been very smooth.
Summary: Purchased because we wanted access to a larger format printer, up to 13x19 inches (have not actually used it that way yet). The first printer we got from Office Max (sealed box) had a consistent line through the display; it was easily replaced by Office Max with no issues. Also wanted the full duplex option as our primary reason for selecting the printer (and to have same ink carts as the WF-645) Unfortunately, unlike the Epson Workforce 645 we have, this one jams fairly...
Summary: It's really nice to have a wide format printer that prints two-sided and has the capability to scan up to 11x17. Print quality is excellentu2014I've had people think prints were done on laser printers instead of an inkjet printer! Setup was quick and easy. I had four printers setup and connected in under 1 hour. The Scanning software is easy to use. The Epson monitor is nice, especially when you have 3 printers all working at the same time.