Epson WorkForce WF-3520 Wireless All-in-One Color Inkjet Printer, Copier, Scanner, 2-Sided Duplex, ADF, Fax. Prints from Tablet/Smartphone. AirPrint Compatible (C11CC33201)

Epson WorkForce WF-3520 Wireless All-in-One Color Inkjet Printer, Copier, Scanner, 2-Sided Duplex, ADF, Fax. Prints from Tablet/Smartphone. AirPrint Compatible (C11CC33201)

  • World's Fastest 2-sided printing
  • 250-sheet paper capacity
  • 40% lower printing costs vs color laser
  • Print and scan anywhere with Epson Connect
  • 2.5-Inch LCD and touch panel
Engineered for Business. This hassle-free all-in-one brings you the World’s Fastest print speeds, plus automatic 2-sided print/copy/scan/fax. It features a 2.5-Inch LCD, 250-sheet paper capacity, 30-sheet ADF and rear feed.

List Price: $ 149.99 Price: $ 99.50

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2 Responses to “Epson WorkForce WF-3520 Wireless All-in-One Color Inkjet Printer, Copier, Scanner, 2-Sided Duplex, ADF, Fax. Prints from Tablet/Smartphone. AirPrint Compatible (C11CC33201)”

  1. J. Schwartz "JMS" says:
    192 of 200 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Nice printer, flawed scan capabilities, expensive ink, October 29, 2012
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    J. Schwartz “JMS”
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    This review is from: Epson WorkForce WF-3520 Wireless All-in-One Color Inkjet Printer, Copier, Scanner, 2-Sided Duplex, ADF, Fax. Prints from Tablet/Smartphone. AirPrint Compatible (C11CC33201) (Office Product)
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    I tested the printer/scanner on a MacBook Pro running OS 10.8.2.

    Unpacking and setup was straightforward. The printer came with everything needed except a USB cable (pretty standard practice these days). I installed the drivers off of the CD. You can also install them via the Internet. Not much else is installed, and the installer gives you control over what it puts on your computer.

    The controls are fairly intuitive, but you navigate via arrows. I touch screen would have been better.

    There are 4 ink cartridges, black, yellow, red, blue. They are all the same size, even the black. They snap in easily. They are very expensive. A new set of the standard “high capacity” cartridges will set you back about $60 for OEM. “Extra High-capacity” cost even more. Wow! They better last a long time.

    Printing worked well. I tested printing via USB, via Wi-Fi, and via Airprint from my phone. All worked flawlessly. Print quality was excellent. Double sided printing worked well.

    Photo printing on glossy paper produced sharp prints, although they seemed a little dark. This can be tweaked.

    Scanning was where this printer falls short. All methods of scanning produced frequent hangs and connection problems. This was true even when scanning via USB. The problem seems to be with initiating the scan from the printer’s control panel. When it didn’t hang or lose the connection (again even with USB!) it produced a file that contained nothing – an empty JPEG.

    The solution to the scanning woes was to initiate the scan form the computer using the program Image Capture. Using Image Capture allowed me to successfully scan via Wi-Fi and USB. Scanning via Wi-Fi is very slow. This is due to data transmission times. Scanning via USB was faster, but not as fast as my Canon Pixma MX860.

    They printer’s copy function worked well. 2 sided copying worked great.

    The two sided document feeder worked very well, but is noisy.

    It has the options to print paper, such as sheets of graph paper, right from the control panel.

    It has fax capabilities. I didn’t test them. I don’t have a landline.

    In conclusion, I wish the scanner functions worked as well as the printer functions. If they did, this would be a 4 star product. Throw in cheaper ink for 5 stars.

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    Added 12/29/12

    The Airprint featured seemed unreliable, the phone didn’t always list the printer as available. The problem is that the phone can’t find the printer while the printer is in sleep mode. Wake up the printer, and it is there. This means you have to physically go to the printer to wake it up, which defeats some of the convenience of Airprinting from a phone.

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  2. John S. Dean "John" says:
    175 of 187 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Nice solid little office or home office printer, October 23, 2012
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    John S. Dean “John” (Sturtevant, WI United States) –
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    This review is from: Epson WorkForce WF-3520 Wireless All-in-One Color Inkjet Printer, Copier, Scanner, 2-Sided Duplex, ADF, Fax. Prints from Tablet/Smartphone. AirPrint Compatible (C11CC33201) (Office Product)
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    It’s only been a couple months since I bought my Epson Artisan 837 printer. I got that to replace an HP photosmart printer. Nothing really wrong with the HP, but I wanted something that would do a better job on the photos, and the Artisan was really an outstanding model for that. But that left me without duplexing again, about the the only thing that the HP had that the Epson I bought didn’t. So when I saw this offered on the Vine program, I figured it was worth taking a shot on. I didn’t want to print photos on it, just to use it as a scanner and printer for normal office type documents.
    I use a Mac laptop, and while I’m not a fanatic about it (and still use windows on it, and on all my other systems), this is one area that the mac just shines – printing and scanning. The “It just works” motto of theirs always applies, and this was no different.
    I got it unboxed, all the safety tape off, powered it up, and got the cartridges installed. Set up the wireless, and went to add it to my Mac. It already showed up as a nearby printer, I selected it, and was done. Took about 20 seconds to install, no CD or software needed (although the disc does have software for PC’s and Macs if you want to use it that offer some advanced options).
    First thing I did was print off a simple three page text document, single spaced. And I was floored at how quickly it spit it out. And it looked great, very crisp lettering. So I took the same thing I just printed, threw it up in the document feeder for the scanner, and picked “scan” from my computer. Told it to use the ADF (which I almost always forget to do, so usually end up with a first scan of a blank white space when it scans from the flatbed that is empty…) and hit SCAN. Feeder worked fine, three pages fed in, and I got my single JPG image of all three pages stitched together. The quality of the scan was simply amazing. Light years better than my HP was. With my retina laptop screen, there was just about no difference looking at the paper right next to the image of the scan on my screen.
    The screen, as other reviewers mentioned, is not a touch screen – there’s an “OK” button surrounded by four directional buttons to maneuver around the on screen menus, and a text/numeric pad next to that like a normal phone keypad. They’re well lit, and the lighting changes based on feature (i.e. the numeric keypad doesn’t light up until you go to Fax or pick something that will use those buttons). Touch response is very good, no missed presses, and no doubled presses. One nice option during the setup was the 24 hour option. Being a veteran, I prefer the 24 hour format and use it wherever I can. Kudos to Epson for offering it as a choice, since many electronics don’t.
    The paper tray is deeper than my other printers – has a great capacity. And it has one of the better systems of locking paper sizes in – the adjusters move easily and lock in place precisely. Feeder in the back for envelopes and such as needed.
    Ink dries quickly, so even printing multi-page documents, I had no smearing. They do mention that if you use the duplexer and get smudging on the first side, there is an option in the setup for “drying time” to give it a bit of a pause during the process to prevent the smudges when printing on both sides. Nice thinking. Something else my HP didn’t do.
    They claim it’s the fastest all in one – I haven’t timed all printers in existence, but I can say based on every all-in-one printer I’ve ever used, nothing printed documents this fast.
    I fired up the Epson software on my iPhone 5, and it found the printer immediately. Was even able to check for a firmware update from the phone. I like the IOS software since it gives you everything – from IP, to MAC address, all the settings for the network, even the ink levels. And printing from Safari, right in the print options you can select single or double sided printing and number of copies – quite useful.
    But printing websites that have a lot of graphics does the usual “over-saturated feeling” paper if you’re just using regular paper, curls some and just feels WET. But that’s pretty normal for most ink jets unfortunately.
    All in all, for the price it’s a great printer. Scans are very crisp and relatively quick, printing is blazingly fast for text. Wireless worked flawlessly, saw my B/G network as well as my N network, connected without any issues. Does all it claims, which is a nice change of pace.

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