Epson Unveils Four WorkForce AIOs for SOHO

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In September, we shared the first part of our behind the scenes look at Epson’s Summer NDA Preview in July with the introduction of the Epson Expression Home lineup. Today, we can share the second half of what we saw in NYC with the introduction of four new Epson WorkForce All-in-One inkjets!

In September, we shared the first part of our behind the scenes look at Epson’s Summer NDA Preview in July with the introduction of the Epson Expression Home lineup. Today, we can share the second half of what we saw in NYC with the introduction of four new Epson WorkForce All-in-One inkjets!

The new models are designed with home and small office (SOHO) in mind compare with the WorkForce Pro C lineup that is targeted at small and medium businesses (SMB). All four devices feature print, scan, copy and fax functionality as well as lower energy costs (up to 70% compared to laser class models priced under $399), wireless connectivity and mobile print applications including the improved Epson Connect, Apple AirPrint and Google Cloud Print.

The WorkForce WF-2530 is the entry level model with print speeds up to 9 ppm in black and 4.7 ppm in color, print resolution up to 5760 x 1440 optimized dpi, 30-page ADF, 100-sheet paper tray and 2-line text LCD for $99.99.


Epson WorkForce WF-2530, left, Epson WorkForce WF-2540, right

The WorkForce WF-2540 build on the WF-2530 with many of the same features plus a 2.5-inch LCD, built-in Ethernet and a front side USB port for $129.99.

The WorkForce WF-3520 and WF-3540 are a step up from the lower end models offering the “world’s fastest double sided print speeds” at 7.4 ppm in black and 5.4 ppm in color according to Epson. The WorkForce WF-3520 and WF-3540 also offer single sided print speeds up to 15 ppm in black and 9.3 ppm in color, 30-sheet automatic duplexing document feeder, built-in memory card reader with front side USB port and extra high capacity cartridges for $149.99 and $199.99, respectively.


Epson WorkForce WF-3520

The main difference between the two models is the flagship WorkForce WF-3540 adds a 3.5-inch touch screen with gesture navigation, 500-sheet paper capacity with dual 250-sheet paper cassettes (compared the single 250-sheet cassette on the WF-3520) and Wi-Fi Direct for $50 more.


Epson WorkForce WF-3540

But that’s not all we saw from the WorkForce lineup at the Epson Summer NDA Preview. Epson also had a head to head comparison of the WorkForce Pro C WP-4533 All-in-One inkjet printer and the HP LaserJet CM1415fnw. Want to see you who won? Check out our exclusive video below!

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