Epson WorkForce 600 MFP Review

by Michael Kwan on June 12, 2009


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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 printer. It’s great that the communication is two-way as well, so all scans can be sent wirelessly to my computer and all print jobs can be sent wirelessly back to the Epson.

The angled control panel is a nice design touch and the inclusion of the two main scan options is a definite plus as well. Epson truly has done a bang-up job with this WorkForce printer, both in function and fashion. I’d say this thing looks pretty good.

It’s not a perfect device — the color display can’t preview your photos and some of the build can feel decidedly “clunky” — but it’s certainly gets the job done. And that’s what really matters.

The Good

  • A comprehensive home office solution
  • Built-in card reader and USB port
  • Wi-Fi connectivity
  • Decent print speed and quality
  • Great value at around $149

The Bad

  • Ink cartridges can be expensive
  • Somewhat bulky compared to some other MFPs
  • No photo preview on LCD

Rating: 8.5/10

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