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Best-in-class wireless speeds.
Relatively quiet operation.
A comprehensive home office solution.
Built-in card reader and USB port.
Decent print speed and quality.
Great value at around $149.
Standalone fax machine and copier.
Water resistant prints.
Overall solid selection of features.
Inferior photo quality.
Ink cartridges can be expensive.
Somewhat bulky compared to some other MFPs.
No photo preview on LCD.
Grainy prints on plain paper.
Subpar text quality.
Paper capacity is only 100 sheets.
Cant fax directly from a PC.
Copy and scan quality could be improved.
Paper feeder motor is very loud.
USB port on front of unit is inset too far to fit some USB drives without an adapter.
By Electronicsme on May 12, 2010
If you're in the market for a new shared all-in-one printer, the Epson WorkForce 600 definitely deserves to be on your short list. You can't beat the price given the features, and this printer should save you money on supplies. The build quality...
By techcrunch.com on August 18, 2009
The last Epson printer I reviewed, the Artisan 800, was a work of art. The Workforce 600 is the art of work. See what I did there? To be clear, there is little to say about besides the speeds and feeds. A printer is a printer is a printer, no matter...
By LaptopMag on July 22, 2009
If you’re looking for a wireless all-in-one for your home office or small business and speed is a top priority, the $199 Epson WorkForce 600 should be at the top of your list. Just be warned that you’ll sacrifice some print quality,...
By Geek.com on July 16, 2009
When I first started in computers many years ago, the big thing was to have a printer that would just hook up on the LAN. Then not too long ago, the pricier option was to have a Wi-Fi enabled printer. Since a Wi-Fi enabled printer was more for...
By The TechZone on June 12, 2009
While it may not be the smallest multifunction printer on the block, the Epson WorkForce 600 is certainly more useful than many of its more basic competitors. I really like the inclusion of Wi-Fi, since this really frees up the utility of this...
By Layers Magazine on April 06, 2009
This all-in-one printer does printing, scanning, faxing, and copying. Visit www.epson.com for more information about this product. This video requires Adobe Flash Player. Back to Top ...
By PCWorld on March 25, 2009
Epsons WorkForce 600 color inkjet multifunction printer has one amazing talent: blazing speed (for an inkjet). Unfortunately, everything else about this machine is just average--and the ink is expensive. The WorkForce 600 is very fast compared with...
By PC Mag on March 16, 2009
The Epson WorkForce 600 combines impressive features (fast speed) with some limitations (low paper capacity), so although its an attractive choice, it falls just short of being a slam-dunk...
By Electronista on February 23, 2009
Epson's new line of all-in-one printers, designed for small business and home offices, include scanner, copier, fax machine, built in Ethernet, and Wi-Fi networking. The Workforce 600 is an inkjet printer that Epson claims can print at nearly the...
By FutureLooks on December 29, 2008
If you are looking for industry-leading print quality or the ability to handle 5000-page documents with the greatest of ease, you’ll need to look elsewhere. The Epson WorkForce 600 was never meant to handle the enterprise or corporate environment,...
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