Epson WorkForce 610 All-in-One Printer Review


A little over a year ago I reviewed the Epson WorkForce 600 All-in-One Printer, and yes I still use it, at least until the new WorkForce 610 arrived for review a few weeks ago. I used the WorkForce 600 almost everyday actually and have yet to have any problems with it, no paper jams, no nothing with it, it has worked flawlessly for me. If you read my review of the 600 then you’ll know I found it to be an excellent printer, the 610 in no different in that respect, and really it hasn’t changed all that much. The main difference is that the graphical interface has be redesigned for the better. So continue on to learn more about the Epson WorkForce 610..

We’ll start off with a video unboxing, followed by the still pictures:

Here’s the packaging and the contents:

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The WorkForce 610 looks exactly like the WorkForce 600, aesthetically I see no differences.

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The Automatic document feeder is on the top, you just flip open the door and insert your paper.

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The top opens to reveal the scanner, but then it opens again, under the scanner is where you’ll put the ink cartridges.

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The input and output paper trays are both collapsible, this is great if you’re space limited, just slide it out if you want to print and when you’re finished just slide it back in. The paper goes in the tray on the back of the WorkForce 610 and then comes out the front.

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On the back you’ll find you connections for USB, power, phone lines and Ethernet.

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The front is where the main interface is. The whole front access panel can tilt out and up providing the optimal viewing angle for ease of use.

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Off to the left side of the panel is the card reader and USB port.


The front panel features an LCD display with several buttons. To the far left of the LCD display is the power button and a quick access button, directly left is the Help and Display/Crop button. Directly right is direction navigation buttons, menu, back and +/- buttons. This panel is the main interface panel for accessing all of the functions of the WorkForce 610.


To the right of the interface panel is the number keypad and dialing buttons for fax functionality, to the far right is two more buttons for Stop/Clear and Start.


The interface is basically identical to the WorkForce 600 with the exception of one button. The main difference, you’ll see later, is that Epson redesigned the actual interface on the LCD.

Here’s a picture from my review of the WorkForce 600 of the front panel, the View/Auto Correct button has been replaced with the Help button on the 610, other than that they’re the same.



Epson WorkForce 610 All-in-One Printer

Features & Benefits
* Increase your productivity – up to 2x faster than leading competitive ink jets, when printing laser quality text1
* Speed through critical documents – maximum print speeds of 38 ppm black/color; laser quality speeds of 15 ppm black, 9.3 ppm color1
* Protect important documents – instant-dry ink for smudge, fade and water resistant prints; highlighter-friendly too
* Dependable – engineered for reliable paper feeding
* PC fax – save paper by faxing documents directly from your computer1
* Easily share – Wi-Fi for wireless connectivity, and Ethernet for wired networking
* Print three times as much – get about 3x more prints than with our standard 69 ink cartridges, when using the included 97 Extra High-capacity ink cartridge
* Small footprint – takes up less space on your desk
* Save energy – uses up to 70% less power than a laser printer1
* Save paper – save up to 50% of your paper supply with manual, two-sided printing1
* Get more done – 30-page Auto Document Feeder to quickly copy, scan or fax stacks of originals
* High-speed faxing in black and color – as fast as 3 sec per page; speed dial storage up to 60 numbers; fax memory up to 180 pages
* PC-free, borderless photos in a snap – 2.5″ LCD and memory card slots for easy transfer of files
* Individual ink cartridges – replace only the color you need
* Product protection you can count on – 2-year limited warranty; phone support, without charge, for the life of the product; plus, access to exclusive templates, tutorials and offers with product registration


Printing Technology: 4-color CMYK drop-on-demand MicroPiezo ink jet technology
Ink Palette: Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black
Ink Cartridge Configuration: 4 individual ink cartridges
Ink Type: DURABrite Ultra pigment ink (smudge, fade, water resistant, and highlighter friendly)
Fade Resistance / Print Longevity: Up to 118 years

Maximum Print Resolution: 5760 x 1440 optimized dpi

Maximum Print Speed:
Black: 38 ppm
Color: 38 ppm2

Laser Quality Print Speed:
Black: 15 ppm
Color: 9.3 ppm2

Scanner Type: Color flatbed
Optical Resolution: 2400 dpi
Hardware Resolution: 2400 x 2400 dpi
Maximum Resolution: 9600 x 9600 dpi interpolated
Scanner Bit Depth: 48-bit color / 24-bit output

Copy Quality: Color: Black/White, Draft: Normal

Copy Quantity: 1 – 99 (PC-free)

Maximum Copy Size: 8.5″ x 11″ (PC-free)

Copy Features: Fit to page, automatic reduction and enlargement (25 – 400%), adjustable copy density

PC-free Printing:
Print all photos, photo index sheet, color photo restoration, scan to PDF, scan to memory card, Auto Photo Correction, print your own school papers, college-ruled, wide-ruled and graph papers, personalized stationery with and without lines

Auto Document Feeder: 30 Sheets

Supported Digital Camera Technologies: Epson PRINT Image Matching®, Exif Print, DPOF, DCF v. 1.0/2.0

Direct Camera Connection: Front PictBridge™ port (print from digital cameras and mobile phones, PC-free)

Color Preview Monitor: 2.5″, tilt LCD display

Built-in Memory Card Slots Compatibility
CompactFlash, Microdrive, Memory Stick, Memory Stick Duo 3, MagicGate Memory Stick, MagicGate Memory Stick Duo 3, Memory Stick PRO, Memory Stick Pro Duo 3, Secure Digital (SD), SDHC, mini SD 3, mini SDHC 3, micro SD 3, micro SDHC3, MultiMediaCard , xD-Picture Card, xD-Picture Card Type-M, xD-Picture Card Type-H

PC- Free Paper Support: Plain (8.5″ x 11″), Photo (4″ x 6″, 5″ x 7″, 8” x 10”, 8.5″ x 11″, 16:9 wide)

Fax Capabilities: Black-and-white and color
Fax Specifications: PC fax
Fax Speed: Modem: 33.6 Kbps – as fast as 3 sec per page
Fax Memory (pages): Up to 180 pages

Maximum Paper Size: 8.5″ x 44″

Paper Sizes:
3.5″ x 5″, 4″ x 6″, 5″ x 7″, 8″ x 10″, 8.5″ x 11″, 8.5″ x 14″, A4, B5, A5, A6, half letter, executive, user definable (3.5″ – 44″ in length)

Borderless Photo Sizes:
3.5″ x 5″, 4″ x 6″, 5″ x 7″, 8″ x 10″, 8.5″ x 11″, A4, 16:9 wide

Paper Types:
Supports plain paper, Epson Bright White Paper, Photo Paper Glossy, Premium Photo Paper Glossy, Ultra Premium Photo Paper Glossy, Premium Photo Paper Semi-gloss, Presentation Paper Matte, Premium Presentation Paper Matte, Premium Presentation Paper Matte Double-sided, and Matte Scrapbook Photo Paper (letter)

Envelope Types:
No. 10, DL, C6; plain paper, bond paper, air mail

Input Paper Capacity:
100 sheets plain paper, 10 envelopes

Weight and Dimensions (W x D x H):
Printing: 18.1″ x 22.1″ x 12″
Storage: 18.1″ x 13.6″ x 9.3″
Weight: 18.3 lb

Hi-Speed USB 2.0
Wireless Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g) — Compatible with 802.11n
Wired Ethernet (10/100 Mbps)

Since I was using the WorkForce 600 I uninstalled all of that software first to make sure I was starting fresh. To install the WorkForce 610 you just pop in the disc and follow the instructions, the installation will vary a little by which type of connection you’re using. Once you install the drivers then you can install the extra programs like Presto Page manager and Arcsoft Print Creations. The extra program do add value, but are not needed for the 610 to function.

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Once you’ve got everything installed you’ll notice a new icon has appeared on your taskbar, it will let you access the printer and it’s properties along with monitor the status of it.


I’ve got a video of the interface and still pictures of it as well.

The first option is setup, here you’ll find everything to setup the printer and all of the settings.

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The next option is print ruled papers, you can print not only ruled but custom stationary as well without the PC.

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The next menu choice would be Backup Data, this one is rather self-explanatory, it helps you backup your data.


Next would be copy, this works just like a copy machine. You can select amount of copies, color or black and white and color density along with paper type. The copy function is very useful, next to the actual printer I use this one most often. The automatic document feeder can be used with copy to make copying multiple pages easy.

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The next menu option is Print Photos. Here you can directly print from various sources like a USB drive or memory card. You’ll view the pictures right on the display and print them how you want in various sizes. You can do basic editing functions as well like cropping right through the interface. There are also many option to change when it comes to fixing or correcting the pictures.

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The next option would be Scan, this one is self-explanatory as well, it’s a scanner which you can use to scan documents or photos. The nice thing about this is that it can also be used without the computer, you can save the scanned image right to a USB drive or memory card.

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The last option is Fax, this is for your faxing needs. It’s simple, easy to use and it works fine.

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I really like the new interface much better, everything is right there for you with no scrolling. Here’s one picture of the old interface, you can easily see the difference.


Using the WorkForce 610 is simple, it’s one of the easiest printers to use really. The graphical interface makes life much easier.

The print quality is excellent, black is nice and crisp, the results look like those from a laser printer. Printing photos with the WorkForce 610 is easy and the results are excellent, professional quality prints. You will find a difference though depending what type of paper you use, in other words don’t print photos on plain paper, only use photo paper. I know people that use regular paper for photos and complain about the quality, I don’t understand it really. I really like the photo choice options, you’ve got many choice when in comes to sizes and types of photos to print out.

Epson sent me different paper samples as well, like heavy stock matte and photo paper, everything looked excellent when printed on the 610.

There are a few things I really love about this printer, the speed is the first one, it’s fast, very fast. I also find the auto document feeder very useful when it comes to copying multiple pages. I like the photo print options as well, it’s nice to be able to just stick my memory card in the printer and print right from there while making any adjustments if need be.

The specialty things like stationary and ruled papers options are a nice option really. With these specialty options you don’t have to open up a creation program and play around with it, you can do everything right from the printer.

As far as faxing, the WorkForce 610 works fine, just like the 600, no differences there at all. I mentioned in the WF600 review that I don’t like the lack of a handset and that still holds true for this one.

Scanning and copying are both fairly fast and work fine, no issues there at all.

I’ve got the WorkForce 610 hooked up to my network via an Ethernet cable only because I’ve got a switch and have extra spaces on it, and it sits close to the switch. I did use it wirelessly as well, and had no issues there. Since it’s hooked to my network everyone in my home can access it. I use my main computer mostly, but I do have other computers in my home, along with netbooks, having it on my network allows everyone and every device to access the printer.

If you look at my WorkForce 600 review you’ll find many comments, and the majority mention paper jams and ink issues. As far as paper jams, I’ve never experienced on yet in the year I’ve used the 600, and not one on the 610 since I’ve been using it. The complaints about the ink are that it doesn’t seem to last and it won’t print if on cartridge it out. They’re small cartridges so yes they’re limited on ink, but what printer doesn’t come with small cartridges? The issue with the not printing, well I’ve never experienced that since I always have extra ink cartridges. It’s a common sense problem really, if you use it a lot you’ll use a lot of ink and you’ll run out faster, so why wouldn’t you have spare cartridges?
You can’t beat the price for the WorkForce 610, Epson lists the MSRP at $200, but it can be had for about $140 most places, I think it’s well worth the cost.

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The Epson WorkForce 610 is an excellent All-in-one printer that’s well worth the cost. If you’ve looking for a printer that can satisfy your home and business needs and then some, this is the printer you’ll want to take a closer look at.

The WorkForce 610 is a feature packed powerhouse that most anyone would be happy with, and with it’s low price tag it truly is an excellent choice if you’re in the market for an All-in-one printer that truly does it all.<

Yes it can be loud when printing, but to me that’s no a big deal. It is big, and it’s heavy, weighing in at almost 20 lbs, but it’s not meant to be portable.

The WorkForce 610 is a great printer overall, I truly like it a lot and can easily recommened it. I still like the WorkForce 600, but the 610 is better overall especially with the new graphical interface.


+Fast printing
+Tons of features and options
+Excellent print quality
+Works perfectly
+Scan and print photos, stationary, specialty items without the PC
+Print directly from USB, memory card of even camera
+Easy to use an install

-Large and heavy
-Can be loud


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  29 comments for “Epson WorkForce 610 All-in-One Printer Review

  1. Buck
    December 17, 2009 at 10:05 pm

    Bought Epson 610 at Staples for $159 – seemed great right out of the box – much better print and scan quality than the Brother MFC-5460 it replaced and a lot faster.

    It comes with their super high capacity black cartridge rated to 925+ pages. We printed less than 250 pages of basic text – spreadsheet, email, ebay receipts… cartridge empty.


    Bought a new cartridge – regular capacity. Empty in 100+ pages in 4 days.

    Old Brother MFC 5460 standard capacity ($12.00) cartridges lasted 2 months doing the SAME type of printing.

    • Janis
      June 27, 2011 at 5:13 pm

      NOT HAPPY EITHER – I’ve only had this printer about 3 months – can’t find the stupid receipt or it would be back to Staples.  I keep getting a paper jam error as well – Epson says they can’t fix it and to return it.  There’s nothing wrong with this stupid printer, but I can’t use it.  I doubt I will purchase Epson again.

  2. December 22, 2009 at 12:42 am

    Agreed. I also reviewed the Workforce 600 last year and found a great product that I still use today.

    What kills me though is if the 610 is the improvement on the 600, why does it cost half of what the 600 costs? Sounds like a Microsoft tactic to get people to buy the newer product, but in this case, why wouldn’t you want to get rid of the older physical stock?!

  3. epson druckerpatronen
    December 30, 2009 at 12:16 pm

    With a price point under $200 and exciting new features, the WorkForce 610 certainly deserves some attention but will it live up to its big brother in terms of quality and reliability?

  4. A B
    January 10, 2010 at 12:06 am

    Comment is not as much about the product as it is about how comprehensive this piece has been. Reading it leaves you feeling you already know and have used the product… except that you haven’t!
    Please, tell me you don’t work for EPSON, because you did such an excellent masterpeice of a review!

  5. rick byrnes
    January 13, 2010 at 9:57 pm

    I just bought a Workforce 610 and installed following directions, Using the software and Epson-supplied inks. When I print photos on Epson’s Ultra Premium Photo Paper Glossy, the ink cartridges seem to work loose, the printer displays a message that the cartridges are not installed, and it halts with two inches of blank paper left. It prompts to install the cartridges, so I press down on the cartridges, clear the message, and then it displays a paper jam message. I free the paper and then need to power-cycle to get rid of the paper jam message, and have to discard that paper.
    I believe printhead vibration is jarring the ink cartridges loose. That shouldn’t happen and I’m waiting for help from Epson support.

  6. January 14, 2010 at 4:07 am

    nice info,thanks.

  7. Keith
    January 19, 2010 at 5:51 pm

    I am having a paper jam error, but there is no jam. Any suggestions? I have gone through a power cycle and still coming up with the same issues. Thank you in advance.

  8. jon863
    February 1, 2010 at 4:49 am

    Just purchased the “Epson WorkForce 610” today from Staples (1-31-10). It is on sale this week for $99.98 plus you can get an instant $50 off for trading in any type of old printer to recycle. On top of that I had a $10 off of $40 coupon that I got in the mail, so my final total was $39.98 + tax. Definately a GREAT deal! Office Depot had an identical promotion a couple weeks ago with the same sale price and recycle offer, but I missed out. Glad I got a second chance!!!

  9. Luis M.
    February 4, 2010 at 8:08 pm

    I should of kept my HP! Bought a new Epson 610 yesterday at Staples. Setup was easy. The scan quality is superb. Unfortunately, the text print quality is lousy. I’ve aligned the heads and it does not improve. I’m certain most people would be happy with its text print quality but my cheaper and older HP had much better print quality. I have not printed any photos yet. The unit is loud and clunky. Loading the paper tray is a hassle and I’ve already had one jam. The software that comes with the unit is full of adware. The Epson 610 program loaded upon startup (icon in the taskbar) the first few times. Now it doesn’t anymore (even though the “Epson WorkForce 610” startup dll remains enabled). Luckily, I only paid $50 for it ($199 – $100 rebate – $50 old printer trade-in).

  10. Kathy M.
    February 8, 2010 at 2:45 am

    Still can’t get the 610 to work right. Even when I try to print something simple, it shows a paper jam. I am losing time and money trying to figure out what is wrong with it.

  11. February 14, 2010 at 5:05 pm

    Any product is bound to have bugs and production issues, not everyone can get one that works fine out of the box… The only hope of course is that Epson technical support will be help those that are having issues.. I still use the 610 today, at least 3-4 times per week for both B&W and Color printing and I’ve not had any issues.. I still have the 600 also, well over a year later and I’ve not had one paper jam with it.. I’m happy with the WorkForce line of printers, they’re great products but I just hope Epson can help you guys out that are having problems.. a great printer with bad tech support is not a good thing, thankfully I’ve never had to call tech support… and by the way I use ink from SwiftInk for both the 600 and the 610 and have never had an issue with it, it’s cheaper and it’s just as good..

  12. K HAGEL
    March 17, 2010 at 11:35 pm

    I find the 610 to jam too often. The latest jam is impossible for me to correct as the shredded paper is located in the back feeder area, on the right side (when looking at the front of the machine). That happens to be the tightest area along the feeder where it’s impossible to reach the paper.

    I called support and they’re sending a new machine. However, I would have preferred easy access to that area from immediate remedy of this problem

  13. April 25, 2010 at 6:36 am

    everything works on my epson 610, but when I try to print from my computer, it just won’t do anything. please help.

  14. Lawrence Cleveland
    May 15, 2010 at 11:47 pm

    The Epson 600/610 has fatal flaws. My mother got a paper jam and while correcting the jam she broke something inside inside the 600 that feeds the paper now it doesn’t work. Not Epson’s problem at all. We bought a 610. We were wanting to bulk upload pictures. So, I said I’d use the scanner function of the 600 while she used the 610. Nope. Because the cartridges were uninstalled, we cannot put them back in the 600. The 68 cartridges that came with the 610 don’t fit in the 600 although it says it does. We have to use 69. only problem 69 blue ran out so thrown away.

    We cannot use the scan function on the 600 because no ink cartridges are installed. What does that matter.

  15. Regina
    July 27, 2010 at 4:30 pm

    I cleared a paperjam in my 610. The foam pad tore and now I have big streaks down the right side of the paper. Any idea where I can get a replacement?

    • Kirtleyshari
      December 5, 2010 at 3:12 pm

      We just did the same thing. Were you able to get a replacement? What did you do to get it working again?

  16. New User
    August 1, 2010 at 4:25 am

    Well, I’m scared now. I just bought a 610 Thursday and spent most of the day getting it setup (my bad). It’s worked like a charm ever since though (knock on wood). After reading the comments I’m starting to think I got the exceptional printer. No jams, no scanner problems. I did get the no hassle warranty at Staples were I just walk in with it an say it doesn’t work and get a store exchange.

    At this point, I couldn’t be happier. Let’s hope it stays that way.

  17. Steven Pearce
    August 7, 2010 at 10:55 pm

    I got my 610 out and set up intuitively, while glancing at the install instructions and then checked out the functions. Works great, feels solid, I get a much better feel for the 610’s paper handling then the comparable HP 8500. I wonder about the ink costs/usage but that is about it. I got it from Staples for $99 and think this is a lot of printer/all in one for the price. I needed a change from HP products.

  18. August 12, 2010 at 2:49 pm

    I purchased the Workforce 600 a little over a year ago and it has served well. Here are a few things I have noticed.
    FAXING – Works well over our VOIP service, something the HP this unit replaced often choked on. However I still have not figured out how to fax directly from the computer even with the help of Epson tech support. I must print then fax, wasting paper, ink and time.
    SCANNING – Excellent speed and quality (1200dpi) with decent and easy to use software.
    PRINT – I have printed everything from eBay receipts to photos and bumper stickers. I have had a few occasional paper jams; however this seems to be consistent with using bargain paper. Usually only takes a few seconds to clear and we are back in business. Ink usage seems to be about average for an Ink Jet, if you print photos or set it to “Best Photo / Glossy Paper” the printer gets very hungry. Setting to “Photo & Text” works well for most of my needs. The ink in these things will outlast us and several generations without fading. If you aren’t concerned with ink quality you can get ink deals for generic replacement cartridges on eBay, 16 cartridges for the price of 4 OEM Epson cartridges. Of course this does void your warranty but I have had no problems other than noticing colors (including black) are not nearly as deep and rich. Output of Epson ink onto Epson paper is simply stunning, near perfect and aftermarket cartridges can’t compare.

    COMPLAINTS – Borderless printing smudges the edges of prints making this feature almost pointless. You may have to print 3 or 4 copies to get one that is acceptable if you want a borderless image. The manual duplex is almost a joke. I can see their marketing guys sitting around laughing at us… “Tell them it has duplex and we will give them instructions on how to flip the paper over.” Of course I didn’t expect auto-duplex for this price but come on, don’t make a joke of the situation. Also if you do try double sided prints it will NEVER line up. No matter what adjustments you make to your image it will always be off 1/8 to 3/8 of an inch horizontally and vertically. I assume this is due to the cheap plastic feeder tray not keeping the paper aligned.

    Overall I would highly recommend this printer for the price point it can be purchased at these days.

  19. Bill
    August 12, 2010 at 8:21 pm

    Anybody using this thing with a Mac? Is it working?

  20. Doris
    September 5, 2010 at 4:23 am

    Hi, I am looking at a few printers and not sure which to purchase. These are my choices: Canon MX 870 All-in-one, Canon Pixma MX 860 with 9600 x 2400 dpi, Epson Artisan 810 Colour, Epson Workforce 610 and Brother MFC 5890cn. I need transparency setting, greater scanning quality and great picture colour. I see you reviewed the Canon MX 870 and the Epson Workforce 610. Of the printers I am looking at which would you highly recommend? They all seem so close in quality that I am not knowledgeable enough to determine which in fact is the better quality.

    Thanks in advance,

  21. October 15, 2010 at 7:09 pm

    This Printer Sucks. I have had it for over 6months now, I upgraded the driver on my pc, I went back to the drivers that came with the cd. I have tried everything possible to make this printer work but it just doesnt.
    Stay away from this printer it is a rip off.

  22. Tjslaton
    October 17, 2010 at 4:30 am

    Your review was very helpful. Made me feel better about the 610.

  23. Kdemcsak
    November 18, 2010 at 3:21 am

    This was the worst thing i ever paid for. I would never buy any epson product ever again. I spun my wheels with their customer service for over a month before i threw the piece of crap out.

  24. Anonymous
    July 9, 2011 at 7:36 pm

    I got my 610 out, set up and intuitive, and one in the installation instructions, then check out the features. Works great, solid feel, I get a better feel of the 610 paper handling, and comparable HP8500. I do not know the cost of ink / use, but that is it.

  25. Anonymous
    July 27, 2011 at 11:10 am

    All in one printers are very useful to save money,They have amazing features with affordable price. They can print double side. and also have wi fi connectivity. They all have fast speed of fax.

  26. javee
    February 4, 2013 at 6:21 pm

    I do not recommend the 610 for the following reasons:

    If I do not print for a couple of days and then go to print/ copy, I have to clean the nozzle, which takes a while to cycle and uses up paper and ink. Many times I have to clean the nozzle 3 or 4 times before it will print properly. This uses much paper, ink and time.

    The print cartridges need replacing every 6 months whether you use them or not. They seem to
    dry up.
    The paper feed has the paper sitting up and sticking out above the printer, this means you need plenty of room above the 610 to enable easy loading of paper and if you are like me, and cover the printer when not in use you have to remove the paper each time after use.

    Finally, when you are about to print/copy, if one of the ink cartridges are low you will not be able to print, even if you are not using that particular color.

    In contrast, I have an HP printer that is always ready,
    seldom needs head cleaning, does not need cartridge replacement as often and is, and has been, very reliable. Plus the cartridges are sold in many stores, whereas not all stores carried Epson cartridges.

  27. Tammy Messer
    April 18, 2013 at 4:34 am

    I am needing to fax a document that is front and back, after reading your review, I do not recall seeing that option addressed, Please let me know ASAP if I do have that option with the Workforce610, I’ve actually had this printer for a couple years, I just have not came across this particular issue until now, and of course, it happens to be a document that has a sence of urgency, although, I absolutely love the ease of use, and the fact that I purchased the last one from Best Buy, with barely a price tag at all! Gotta love those times retail chains have to move items quickly, to make room for new stock!

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