|Epson WorkForce WF-2650 Printer Driver|
Epson WorkForce WF-2650 Printer Driver
WorkForce WF-2650, Epson targets home office users. It's small enough to share a desk with, while still delivering all the most important office-centric features, such as faxing, copying, and an automatic document feeder (ADF). The same features also make it a good fit as a personal multifunction printer in any size office, or a shared printer for light-duty use in a micro office.
Epson WorkForce WF-2650 Printer Driver WalMart is similar to the Epson which is the next step up in Epson's WorkForce line. In particular, both are built around the same print engine, which means they share the same rated speed and the same 150-sheet paper capacity, which is on the low side, but enough for most personal use or light-duty shared use in a micro office.
At 14 pounds 10 ounces, the Epson WorkForce WF-2650 Printer Driver is light enough for one person to move into place easily. It's also small enough, with a footprint of only 16.7 by 14.2 inches (WD), to make it easy to find room for. The overall size, complete with open trays, is 9.1 by 16.7 by 22 inches (HWD). For my tests, I connected it via USB cable to a system running Windows Vista. Setup is typical for the category.
On our business applications suite, I clocked the WF-2650 at 3.8 pages per minute (ppm) (using QualityLogic's hardware and software for timing). Not surprisingly, considering that both have the same print engine, that makes it essentially tied with the Epson WF-2660. However it's slower than the Brother MFC-J470DW$66.59 at Amazon, our Editors' Choice moderately priced color inkjet MFP for small or home office use, which came in at 4.9ppm on our tests.
Output quality is typical across the board, with text, graphics, and photo quality all falling within a fairly tight range that includes the vast majority of inkjet MFPs. For text, that translates to being suitable for almost any business use, as long as you don't need the level of quality you would want for, say, a resumé or have an unusual need for small fonts. Similarly, graphics are more than good enough for internal business needs.
A potential issue for the WF-2650 is its running cost. Based on the ink cartridge prices and Epson's claimed yields, the cost per page works out to 6 cents for a black-and-white page and 17.3 cents for a color page. That's a lot higher than the claimed cost per page for the Brother MFC-J470DW, at 3.8 cents for black and white and 11.3 cents for color. Depending on how many pages you expect to print, the difference may be enough to matter.
If you're looking for an MFP for personal or light-duty shared use, a 150-sheet paper capacity is sufficient for your needs, and Ethernet or Wi-Fi Direct aren't must-haves, be sure to consider the Brother MFC-J470DW for its low running costs. Similarly, if you need a wired network connection, the Epson WF-2660 is of obvious interest. If you don't need Ethernet, however, and you want Wi-Fi Direct, the Epson WorkForce WF-2650's balance of speed, output quality, features, and price makes it a more than reasonable choice.
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