Epson WorkForce DS-7500 Reviews

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★★★★★ 3.1
Manufacturer: Epson
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3.1 ★★★★★
Based on 10 reviews.
 

Great scanner

★★★★★ 3.0
Verdict: After you download the updates from EPSON this thing works great. I have the network module for this also. I have windows 7 64bit Professional. This is on my sever. Have no issues does exactly what I need it to do.
5 years ago

Epson WorkForce DS-7500

★★★★★ 3.0
Verdict: Basically a faster, more expensive version of the Epson WorkForce DS-6500 , the Epson WorkForce DS-7500 delivers all the same strong points. In particular, it offers both a 100-sheet automatic document feeder (ADF) for heavy-duty scanning by small-office standards, plus a slightly larger than...
Pros: 
  • Letter-size flatbed
  • 100-sheet automatic document feeder
  • Duplex (two-sided) scanning
Cons: 
  • Recognizing text when scanning to searchable PDF format adds significantly to the total time
8 years ago

very simple to use, scanning quality great

★★★★★
Verdict: the epsom scanner was very easy to set up and use, great value for money
8 years ago

Fast scanner

★★★★ 4.0
Verdict: It scans very fast, and I am overall happy, and would buy it again. In particular the document feeder works well, and separates pages reliably. Also the ability to link documents from different sources (on scanner, ADF single sided, ADF double sided) works well for me as I often scan mixed...
9 years ago

Requires an Epson printer to make direct copies

★★★★★ 2.0
Verdict: Beware! The copy to printer function in Document Capture Pro only works with an Epson Printer. If you do not have an Epson printer you will not be able to print copies of a document using Document Capture Pro without saving it to your computer first.
6 years ago

Epson WorkForce DS-7500

★★★★★ 2.0
Verdict: Beware! The copy to printer function in Document Capture Pro only works with an Epson Printer. If you do not have an Epson printer you will not be able to print copies of a document using Document Capture Pro without saving it to your computer first.
6 years ago

One disappointment after the other

★★★★★ 5.0
Verdict: Although the build quality is very good in comparison here's what's bad about it: If you're after setup with a server in a network, IT CAN ONLY SERVICE 30 users (30 scanning profiles!!!) THAT's a JOKE! No mention of this in the product details or a brochure.
3 years ago

Fast scanner

★★★★ 4.0
Verdict: It scans very fast, and I am overall happy, and would buy it again. In particular the document feeder works well, and separates pages reliably. Also the ability to link documents from different sources (on scanner, ADF single sided, ADF double sided) works well for me as I often scan mixed...
9 years ago

Requires an Epson Printer to make direct copies.

★★★★★ 2.0
Verdict: Beware! The copy to printer function in Document Capture Pro only works with an Epson Printer. If you do not have an Epson printer you will not be able to print copies of a document using Document Capture Pro without saving it to your computer first.
Pros: 
  • scans well 1200 dpi flatbed dual sided adf
Cons: 
  • will not make copies directly to a printer unless it is an Eposon Printer
6 years ago

Epson WorkForce DS-7500 Review

★★★★★
Verdict: The Epson WorkForce DS-7500 document scanner includes both a 100-sheet automatic document feeder and a letter-size flatbed.
Basically a faster, more expensive version of the Epson WorkForce DS-6500($849.00 at Amazon), the Epson WorkForce DS-7500 delivers all the same strong points. In particular, it offers both a 100-sheet automatic document feeder (ADF) for heavy-duty scanning by small-office standards, plus a slightly larger than letter-size flatbed for originals, like bound pages, that won't go through the ADF. Unfortunately, although it's faster than the DS-6500, it's not enough faster to make a compelling case for the difference in price. Epson rates the DS-7500 at 40 pages per minute (ppm) and 80 images per minute (ipm) for duplex (two-sided) scanning, with one image on each side of the page. Compared with the DS-6500's rating, that translates to being a full 15 ppm and 30 ipm faster. However, the real-world difference is a lot less. Speed ratings for scanning from an ADF are based on timing the scan itself, from the instant the first or second page starts moving into the scanner to the instant...
Pros: 
  • Letter-size flatbed
  • 100-sheet automatic document feeder
  • Duplex (two-sided) scanning
Cons: 
  • Recognizing text when scanning to searchable PDF format adds significantly to the total time
1 year ago

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