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Epson WorkForce 60 Color Ink Jet Wireless Printer (C11CA77201) (Black)

by Epson


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Technical Details

  • World's Fastest Printer in its class - save time with the World's Fastest one- and two-sided printer
  • Speed through critical documents - ISO print speeds of 15 ISO ppm (black) and 7.1 ISO ppm (color)
  • Fast and easy wireless printing - built-in Easy Epson Wi-Fi makes wireless setup/networking simple
  • Produce sharper documents - laser-quality black text delivers crisp, high quality proposals and reports
  • Protect important documents - smudge, fade and water resistant prints; documents rival those from a laser printer

System Requirements

  • Media: Office Product
  • Item Quantity: 1

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 33 x 44.4 x 15.5 cm ; 4.5 Kg
  • Shipping Weight: 14 Kg
  • Item model number: C11CA77201
  • ASIN: B004H3XKRQ
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: May 19 2011
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #192,742 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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Product Description

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Epson WorkForce 60 Color Ink Jet Printer |Color Printer|Wi-Fi.

Product Description

Epson workforce 60 color ink jet printer |color printer|wi-fi


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Amazon.com: 3.4 out of 5 stars  33 reviews
26 of 27 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Need a basic printer? (Not a fax, scanner, or copier?) This is a good choice. Jan. 31 2011
By Kristin - Published on Amazon.com
Vine Customer Review of Free Product
Received the printer in normal Amazon packaging, box within a box. Easy to open, easy to unpack. All of the various parts are clearly and easily differentiated and marked (ie the cables/cords were separately packaged, not all mixed up in one package). Print cartridges were shrink wrapped and easy to handle. Printer itself is rather large and bulky, but not heavy. All cables were included, including the USB cable needed for setup (even wireless setup). The only cable you might want but is not included is an ethernet cable if you want to directly connect it to your wireless router.

Being that this is a printer ONLY (not a scanner, fax, or copier), Epson took the time to make it the most user friendly printer I've seen in awhile. The entire top opens up for easy access for ink maintenance and/or paper jams. The power button, Wifi button, cancel button, etc are all on the top of the unit and clearly marked. The lights are bright (but not too bright) and easy to read. One note: The newer electronics have the blue led lights, but this printer's lights are green and orange...not sure if this matters to you or not, but some people like to have them all the same.
The paper is enclosed into a paper tray that is very nice--it keeps the paper straight and clean, with no way to come askew or jam. The paper tray for your printed pages is right in front, and is a typical pull out open ledge.

Set up was a bit tricky for me, since I have a merged home network, and I wanted to try to set it up wirelessly. Even by Epson's own admission, setting it up wirelessly (without using the USB cord) wasn't recommended, and I can see why. I played with it for 1/2 an hour before finally submitting to the recommended USB setup, which took seconds. Software installation was seamless, and completely automatic.
I had tried to connect it to one of my merged networks that has WPS, and it worked perfectly without using the USB cord, however, I needed to link it with the second network which is WEP and has no WPS, so that is what required me to use the USB. If you have a simple WPS router, it will work GREAT with the wireless setup.

Installing the ink is easy and CLEAN. No smudged fingers. That was very nice. It takes a few minutes for the machine to prep the ink cartridges, but it saves you from having to have messy cartridges. I like that!

There was no process for aligning the cartridges or wasting paper with color tests. The test page was optional and wasn't full of graphics so you don't waste a bunch of ink on a required set up step.

I was able to print from all 4 computers in the house, after installing the software and drivers on each computer. It makes very nice looking prints, although the time to print is not as quick as other printers. It is great that it will do two-sided printing, and when you're printing out some long boring document, you can save paper.

The print quality was very nice. Deep blacks and bright colors. Usually I use an HP photosmart printer and the color on this Epson is better, with more contrast and depth to the color prints. The clarity of the prints is very nice--crisp and clear. It also prints photos--which look marvelous, with nice deep color saturation.

So, if you're looking for a basic printer, without bells and whistles and extras like the scanner/fax/copier (which most peoplel don't use anyway), created by a quality manufacturer that's been around a long time, who has put some effort and quality in a specialty product, this printer is a great choice.
15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars WiFi Printing Problems-Epson Support 12 Star Feb. 14 2011
By Ebb Aaron Berry, III - Published on Amazon.com
I just finished a 1 hour 20 minute session with Epson Tech Support, both level 1 and finally level 2 support.

They candidly admit they have a problem with WiFi on this printer. It seems related to Win 7, but it may not be. One tech told me it was an Epson Software problem.
The printer worked fine when cabled and connected to my computer, but the software driver for WiFi printing would not install.

The fix had to do with resetting the I.P. address. I wish I understood just what we did, but the printer now works fine, wirelessly.

Do not buy this printer unless you are fairly computer literateand have the time and patience to work through the WiFi issues.

Printer gets a 3 star, Epson tech support staff 12 stars.
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars After a little over 2 months I threw it in the garbage. May 26 2012
By Andrew - Published on Amazon.com
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I bought this printer March 11, 2012 and the idea of this printer was to be used only for text. I have a Epson R3000 that I use only for photos. This printer isn't the fastest printer I owned but I always had a Canon printer for text and they were fast. The Work Force 60 is a bottom tray paper feeder which I never had in all the 30 to 35 Epson and Canon printers I owned since I started using a computer 13 years ago. My main gripe about this printer is that it has a tendency to jam. When you get to the last 10 or so sheets of paper in the tray all 10 sheets or so are pushed through the printer. They are simple jams but they still are a pain. If you use a slightly heavier paper it will also jam. The largest paper you can use is 8-1/2 x 11. Because this printer is so finicky sometime just one sheet of plain white paper will jam which is another pain I would have to contend with.

Some of the reasons I bought this printer was that it starts up right away unlike the Canons that do a song & dance routine before it starts printing. Another reason 3rd party ink were available for this printer which BTW is very good ink (EnviroInks). So rather than give somebody the burden by trying to sell or give this printer away I'm just going to dump it. The printer I just ordered to replace the Epson 60 is a Canon iX 6520 which has very good reviews and there is plenty of 3rd party inks available which means now I will have to live with the song & dance routine the Canons go through before they start printing.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Making a believer out of this former laser printer user Feb. 17 2011
By The Bee Bee - Published on Amazon.com
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I am generally not a big fan of inkjet printers. I resent the prices the manufacturers charge for ink, and I'm suspicious of the claims they often make about how many pages their cartridges will print. In my real-world experience those claims don't hold up, and I end up feeling seriously ripped off. Sure, the quality of the printouts was usually pretty good--sometimes outstanding--but the cost per page diminished the enjoyment of the end result.

So image my surprise at the value proposition of the new Epson WorkForce 60 Color Ink Jet Wireless Printer. Not only is it easy to setup and use (installation took all of five minutes), the gorgeous printouts--and I made a LOT of them--were reasonably economical...to the point where I could see using the Epson WorkForce 60 Printer for more than just the occasional photo reproduction. For an avowed laser printer user like me, that's an amazing transformation!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Unimpressed Feb. 1 2011
By Eric Slay - Published on Amazon.com
Vine Customer Review of Free Product
Over the years I have had quite a few printers. I was excitedly looking forward to the Workforce 60 because it's marketed to the business world as a more practical alternative to the popular photo printers with such expensive inks. Here's my breakdown:

Pros:

It was very easy to set up.

It prints fast.

It offers the option of high-capacity ink replacements that cut down ink prices.

Small footprint for a full-duplex printer.

Cons:

I seems very flimsy and light. The buttons, the paper-catch, everything seems like what you would expect from a super cheap printer.

It prints fast, but it sure is noisy as it revs up for the first print. I also didn't perceive it to be any faster than the HP photo printer it's replacing.

The prints lack the vibrancy I'd expect from a current-generation printer.

During some prints, it sucked up two papers at once and ran them through. This resulted in a print that spanned the second half of one paper and the first half of the next.

Summary:

All in all, I would be a little leery about purchasing these in bulk for my small business. Although I haven't had it long enough to comment about the durability, I would guess that, based on build quality, that this printer may not be the workhorse that most businesses would like it to be. That being said, it has a relatively inexpensive initial cost, and if the inks do prove to be cost effective, it may be worth the investment.
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