- Hi-speed USB 2.0
- Wireless Wi-Fi (802.11b/g/n)
- Wired Ethernet (10.100 Mbps)
- Windows 7, Vista (32bit 64bit)
- Windows XP SP1 or higher (32bit)
- Windows XP Professional (64bit)
- Windows Server 2008, R2, 2003
- Mac OS X10, 10.4.11, 10.5.x, 10.6.x and 10.7x
Let us take a once around and over of the Epson WF-7520 to get eyes on what it has to offer. Small office printers have come a long way since the first ink jet printer entered the market, so get comfortable as this may take some time to cover.
|The WF-7520 has a very clean appearance||The front panel interface may appear intimidating, but with a very simple instruction we were using the WF-7520 in no time with no issues.|
The WF-7520 has a slick looking matte/mirror black finish that makes it stand out from the rest of the printers in the office which have stuck to their 1980’s beige. This 43lbs printer is not light, but is still lighter than laser printers of the same size.
|Two paper trays||Top flip-out paper feeder|
When it comes to paper trays, they never seem to be deep enough when it comes to inkjet printers. It just feels as if I’m always loading more and more paper. Though when loading inkjet printers in the past I could only load a pinch of blank paper at a time. The ultimate goal it to be able to load an entire ream of 8.5″ x 11″ paper into one tray and forget about it for a while. The paper trays on the WF-7520 have a 500 sheet capacity.