Epson WorkForce WF-7710 Wide-Format All-in-One Printer Review

The Epson WorkForce WF-7710 is a large-format, all-in-one printer, copier, and scanner. It’s easy to use, quite easy to use, and has a couple of significant features that make the printing process easier and smoother.

The crucial words that are associated with this printer are “wide-format”. The WorkForce WF-7710 is an All-in-One printer that can print borderless photos with the size of 13″ x 19″.

A larger printer area can be a big upside to many people, but at this price, is the Epson WorkForce WF-7710 worth it?

Let’s jump into the review and find out.





The WorkForce WF-7710 uses inkjet printing technology to print out some very nice-looking wide formats. A multi-function printer, this one, unlike many others in its category, supports auto-duplex, not only for printing but also for copying and scanning.

This printer is a splendid choice for anyone who wants a big-format printer with a ton of functionality. It’s perfect for small businesses that need a lot of printing. It’s also great for home users because it’s relatively easy to set up and use. If you’re looking for an All-in-One simple printer with a lot of features, then this printer is a great choice.

While it has its drawbacks, such as the running costs, the Epson WorkForce WF-7710 should be more than welcome in any home office.

What Is a Wide-Format Printer?

A wide-format printer is a printer that prints on paper wider than standard A4 size paper, which is the size that most home office printers print on. It also has a long vertical margin and can use more pages than regular printers, which is why it’s called wide-format.

The Epson WorkForce WF-7710 can print on A3-sized paper (11-3/4″ x 16-1/2″), up to 13″ x 19″ with a maximum resolution of 2400dpi. Someone who needs a large-scale print, like posters, will truly benefit from this.


WorkForce WF-7710 Wide-Format All-in-One printer has an exceptional list of features. One of its most remarkable features is undoubtedly the auto-duplex for printing, scanning, and copying. Another prominent feature is single-pass auto-duplexing ADF, which supports 35 sheets.

This All-in-One printer from Epson has a 250-sheet tray, which is quite a low number compared to its closest competitors. In the middle of the printer, you can find a 4.3″ touch-screen that has large icons and is pretty easy to use. On the right side of the touchscreen is a control panel, neatly organized, good-looking and modern.

  • PrecisionCore Heat-Free
  • Prints Up to 13″ x 19″
  • 250-sheet tray
  • Auto-Duplex Printing, Scanning, Copying, and Faxing
  • 35-page ADF
  • 4.3″ Touchscreen

Connectivity Options

Epson WorkForce WF-7710 has a TON of connectivity options, including the NFC, which you don’t see as often. There are the usual Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi Direct, and USB connectivity options, and you can also use Google Cloud Print and Apple AirPrint.

If that is not enough for you, you can also print from Epson’s apps for smartphones, like the Epson iPrint.


None of these touchscreen displays and connectivity options matter if the printer performs poorly. Luckily, that is not the case with the WF-7710. The printed text looked exceptional, with deep blacks. If you are looking for a printer to print out great-looking documents, this one should certainly be on your list.

Photo quality, on the other hand, is a bit different. Not that it’s bad, it’s quite average to put it that way. The colors could’ve been more vibrant, so photographers will need to find better options than this one.

The scanner is outstanding. Replications are great, made possible by the maximum resolution that this printer has, 4800 DPI, and it works up to 13″ x 19″ sized papers.

Support For Sublimation Printing

If you have dye-sublimation ink for this printer and sublimation paper, you will print out some nice-looking sublimation prints with this Epson printer. It’s actually one of the most popular dye-sublimation printers around, mainly because of its price, because dye-sublimation printers usually cost a lot more.

Sure, with this printer you won’t get the perfect dye-sublimation printing experience, but it’s more than good enough to get you started.


While the WorkForce WF-7710 has a lot of upsides to it, it surely also has a couple of downsides. First off, we have the high running costs, which are much larger than those of its closest competitors. So, knowing that, we can’t recommend the WF-7710 to those who plan to use it often.

The second issue is, like with many Epson printers, the printhead nozzles can clog much more often than printers from other brands. If you want to know how to deal with that issue, read our how-to guide on how to clean Epson printhead nozzles here.


While this printer has a couple of downsides, the support for 13″ x 19″ paper, sublimation printing, and Auto-Duplex for printing, copying and scanning will appeal to many people.

It’s a printer that is extremely easy to use and has a good overall printing quality. If the high printing costs are not an issue for you, then you should seriously consider the Epson WorkForce WF-7710.