Summary: With a suggested price of USD 599 in the US, the B-510DN is on the high-end of the Epson ink jet printers. A similar printer, the B-310N, has a suggested price of USD 399, but it lacks the B-510DN’s automatic duplexer and doesn’t accept the high-yield cartridges, which effectively increases the cost...
Conclusion: At the beginning of my testing, I was very impressed with the B-510dn based on the quick print speeds (beats almost all the office AIO inkjets I've tested at 18 ppm), ease of use and never ending standard capacity ink cartridges.
Pros: Impressive print speeds, Low cost per page, Ease of use
Review of Epson B-510DN Business Color Ink Jet Printer
9 August 2010
Conclusion: The Epson B-510DN Business printer should be your first choice if you’re in the market for a workhorse for your business. The cost per print is very low, and even the cartridges themselves are low priced for the size of them and for the capacity.
Pros: Fast printing, Double sided printing included, Ethernet, Fairly quiet, Big paper tray, Large capacity ink cartridges, Low cost per print
Cons: Print quality could be better, No wi-fi, Big and heavy
Conclusion: Setup is simple: The ink cartridges, each about the size of a drugstore paperback, slide into slots behind a door at the printer's front left; flipping a lever locks them into place. The maintenance box fits behind another door at bottom right.
Summary: The Epson B-510DN could become the first crossover colour inkjet printer success, outperforming the other members of its cohort - along with many lower-end colour lasers - in print speed and cost per page.
Excerpt: Epson's B-510DN inkjet is designed compete with serious colour laser printers, with a 10/100 Ethernet port, automatic duplexer and maximum duty cycle of 20,000 pages in a month. At just 0.5p per mono page and 2.5p per page of mixed black and colour printing using high yield cartridges, it costs less...