If you’re shopping for a printer for your office or home use, then you’ve probably glanced at Epson. Because as we all know it, they make great printers with excellent printing quality, and today we’ll be going over one of their products in the WorkForce lineup in this Epson WorkForce WF 2850DWF review.
As a multifunction printer, the WF 2850DWF is not that big compared to others. It’s black and stealthy and will probably be able to fit into any office, home or otherwise.
Paper handling wise the 2850DWF has 30-sheet ADF which is not a lot by an MFP standard, but it’s still something you can use for its auto duplexing. Other than the ADF, the 2850DWF has a multifunction 100-sheet paper tray. Neither can be extended with optional purchases which means you’re stuck with its 130-sheet total paper handling.
Other than that, the 280DWF also has a 6.1cm LCD screen that you can use to navigate the printer if you so choose. It’s a bit cumbersome to use but it’s there if you want to use it.
Print and Scan Quality
You can expect that Epson will deliver in terms of imaging quality and this is still true for this Epson WorkForce WF 2850DWF review.
The MFP has an above average printing and scan quality despite its very cheap price. It is not the fastest at either scoring at 18ppm for mono and 33ppm for color, but for what you’re getting for this price, it’s pretty damn good.
Obviously, there’s no perfect printer in the world, and for this Epson WorkForce WF 2850DWF review, here comes the bummer part for this MFP from Epson.
It is quite expensive to run. Yes, it has a very cheap initial cost purchase, way cheaper than other inkjet printers out there, but it’s still as expensive as they are to run.
If not more expensive.
So, if you plan on using this printer for years and you’re unhappy about spending your fortune on its ink replacement, then maybe look away from this MFP.
Being an MFP, having many features seems to be a requirement for it to be considered one. The WF 2850DW thankfully doesn’t disappoint in this department. As we mentioned above, it has auto duplexing, WiFi direct, tons and tons of Epson software such as Epson Event Manager, Epson Scan2, and other things.
It also supports on-the-go printing through your phone too with its Epson iPrint App that you can get if you don’t want to use WiFi direct.
So, in terms of features for this Epson WorkForce WF 2850DWF review, this thing has it all.
All in all, the Epson WorkForce WF 280DWF is an excellent printer. It has tons of features, good print and scan quality and decent paper handling. It is a bit on the expensive side when it comes to its running cost, but if you can overlook that the Epson WorkForce WF 2850DWF is an absolute bang for your buck.
Though if you can’t, then maybe up your initial cost budget a little bit and settle for more cheaper options in the long run such as the Epson EcoTank lineup.
That’s pretty much everything we can say today for this Epson WorkForce WF 2850DWF review. We hope you find it useful; we’ll see you next time.