New Epson Color Inkjet All-in-Ones for Home Users with Wireless Connectivity, Mobile-Print-and Scan, Doc Feeder


Epson WorkForce WF-2750.

Epson America today introduced two new color inkjet All-in-Ones for home offices, the Epson WorkForce WF-2760 ($129.99 ESP) and WF-2750 ($99.99 ESP) All-in-Ones, featuring wireless connectivity and leveraging Epson’s PrecisionCore inkjet print-head technology

Other features include 150-sheet paper capacity and compatibility with a wide range of mobile-printing options for printing from tablets, smartphones, and PCs with the Epson Connect mobile-print and scan suite, as well as partner solutions, which support Android, Apple, Chromebook, Fire, and Microsoft Windows devices. There’s also Wi-Fi Direct connectivity, so that no router is required. Users may also scan documents and save them to Web-based cloud sites. The WorkForce WF-2760 adds built-in Ethernet network connectivity, as well as support for Near Field Communication (NFC) touch-to-print from NFC-enabled mobile devices.

Epson’s PrecisionCore print-head technology features Epson’s thin-film piezoelectric (TFP) elements, which are produced via a MEMS manufacturing process using semiconductor micro-fabrication techniques. At the core of the technology is the PrecisionCore MicroTFP print chip that can be arrayed in various print-head configurations. Each nozzle on the print head delivers up to 50,000 ink droplets per second for increased precision and print quality.

Other WorkForce 2700-Series features include:

  • Prints of up to 13.7 (black)/7.3 (color) ppm using ISO test standards.
  • Color print, color copy, color scan, and Super Group 3 fax.
  • 150-sheet paper capacity, 30-page automatic document feeder (ADF) for copy and scan, as well as automatic two-sided printing.
  • Individual ink cartridges, so that users replace only the depleted ink color.
  • Uses up to 70 percent less power than laser printers (compared to color laser MFPs priced at $499 or less).
  • Epson DURABrite Ultra “instant-dry inks for smudge-, fade- and water-resistant prints.”
  • The WF-2760 is equipped with a 2.7” color touchscreen, while the WF-2750 is equipped with a 2.2” mono touch screen.

Replacement ink cartridges consist of:

  • Standard-Capacity Black that yields up to 175 pages.
  • Standard-capacity Cyan, Magenta, and Yellow ink cartridges that yield up to 165 pages per color.
  • High-capacity Black that yield up to 500 pages.
  • High-capacity Cyan, Magenta, and Yellow that yield up to 450 pages per color.

The Epson WorkForce WF-2760 and WF-2750 will be available in Summer 2016 through major computer, office, and electronic superstores, mail order, and via the Epson Store at

For more information and complete specifications on WorkForce WF-2760, visit Epson here, and here for the Work Force WF-2750.

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