Summary: All told, Epson released eight new PrecisionCore models, ranging from under-$200 entry-level, low-volume machines to $400 high-volume printers. The WF-7610, on the other hand, comes with only one 250-sheet drawer and a single-sheet override tray on the back.
Conclusion: Overall, we really like this printer, but you need to think about how you’d use it before diving in. The CPPs are too high if you’re going to use it as a high-volume AIO in an office. If you print a lot of standard 8.5x11-inch pages, doing so on this machine is not overly economical.
Pros: Excellent scans and copies, High-quality output, Auto-duplexing ADF, Strong performance, Prints on media up to 13x19 inches
Cons: Relatively high cost per page for a high-volume AIO printer