Epson WorkForce Pro WF-3720

Epson WorkForce Pro WF-3720
Posted: 3 weeks, 1 day ago ( 5 comments )

Increased productivity for your home office with the Epson WorkForce Pro WF-3720 all-in-one printer. Powered by Epsons revolutionary PrecisionCore technology, the Epson WF-3720 delivers Performance Beyond Laser and print-shop-quality prints with laser-sharp text. Fast and efficient, the WF-3720 quickly produces professional-quality documents.

The Epson WorkForce Pro WF-3720 economical, offering up to 30% lower printing costs than a color laser printer. Its 250-sheet paper capacity means you’ll reload paper less often.

The WF-3720 also features a 35-page Auto Document Feeder and auto 2-sided printing. A true breakthrough printer, the WF-3720 combines exceptional performance with a modern space-saving design.

Simon Horton 2 weeks, 5 days ago

The WF-3720 printer is both simple to install, and simple to operates. The touch screen guides you through all the tasks, and there was no need to read the manual or instructions, i just plugged it in and started using it. Printout quality is very good, but you rarely see bad print quality these days. I tend to choose my printers on speed and ink costs, and I think that I made a good choice with the WF-3720.

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Phil Taylor 2 weeks, 5 days ago

Whilst I agree with some of the things you are saying about the WF-3720, I can't agree on the speed or the cost of replacement ink cartridges, it seems to me that WF-3720 uses some of the most expensive cartridges that you can buy, and my previous HP inkjet printer was much faster than this Epson and it was 3 years old.

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Mr Ink 2 weeks, 3 days ago

For anyone concerned about the price of cartridges for the Epson WorkForce Pro WF-3720, you should google, "wf-3720 cartridges refillable". For about $35 you can get a set of cartridges for your printer that can be refilled. The kit includes everything you need to refill the ink cartridges, and the cartridges have a chip in them that will report the correct ink level to the printer. If you are a heavy duty printer user you would be better off buying a continuous ink system which are available for about $80

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Nicky Edwards 2 weeks, 3 days ago

To be honest this is not the best Epson printer I've ever had. I am having a lot of trouble with the paper feed and positioning of the printer because of the way p the paper tray is installed into the printer body. This could just be a problem with my printer because I have read a lot of positive reviews of this Epson printer. I will keep trying, but if the paper jam problems persist then I will have to return it. Print quality is good on the pages that make it through the printer!

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Paul Mason 2 weeks, 3 days ago

I would only use genuine Epson cartridges until the warranty on the printer has expired, if you use refillable cartridges or a continuous ink system and you have a problem with the printer, Epson will know and your warranty will be void. Also anyone planning to use these refillable cartridges, don't allow your printer to connect to the internet and update itself, the firmware updates could block the non-genuine cartridges from working in the printer.

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