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Epson WorkForce WF-7611 Driver & Downloads

Epson WorkForce WF-7611 Driver & Downloads

Epson WorkForce WF-7611 Driver & Downloads

Epson WorkForce WF-7611 Driver & Downloads

  • Windows 32-bit/ 64-bit
  • Mac Os X
  • OS X
  • Linux

Epson WorkForce WF-7611 Driver & Downloads for Windows 32-bit/ 64-bit

Windows 10 32-bit
Windows 10 64-bit
Windows 8.1 32-bit
Windows 8.1 64-bit
Windows 8 32-bit
Windows 8 64-bit
Windows 7 32-bit
Windows 7 64-bit
Windows XP 32-bit
Windows XP 64-bit
Windows Vista 32-bit
Windows Vista 64-bit

Epson WorkForce WF-7611 Driver & Downloads Mac Os X 32-bit / 64-bit

Mac OS X 10.11x
Mac OS X 10.10x
Mac Os X 10.9x
Mac Os X 10.8x
Mac Os X 10.7x


Epson WorkForce WF-7611 Driver & Downloads for Linux



Epson WorkForce WF-7611 Driver & Downloads– The Epson WorkForce WF-7611 ($299.99) is one of the few moderately priced inkjet multifunction printers (MFPs) that can print at tabloid size and larger. It does this without sacrificing the convenience of being able to print on letter-size paper as well without having to change paper, thanks to its inclusion of a second paper tray. Even better, it can scan at up to tabloid size as well.

Like the Epson WF-7610, the WF-7611 can print and fax from, as well as scan to, a PC, including over a network, and it can work as a standalone fax machine and copier. It can also print from and scan to a memory card or USB key, and it offers the identical Web-related features and mobile printing support as its single-tray-equipped counterpart.

If you connect the printer to a network, by either Ethernet or Wi-Fi, you can use the front-panel menu to scan to email or scan directly to Box, Dropbox, Evernote, or Google Drive. You can also print through the cloud and from iOS, Android, Windows Phone, and Kindle Fire devices through a network Wi-Fi access point. The printer also supports Wi-Fi Direct, which means you can connect directly to the printer from your phone or tablet even if the printer isn’t connected to your network.

Aside from the second tray, the WF-7611 matches the Epson WF-7610 for paper handling. In addition to two 250-sheet trays, for a total 500-sheet capacity, it offers a single-sheet manual feed to let you easily print with different paper stocks for short documents.For scanning, the WF-7611 offers a flatbed supplemented by a 35-sheet automatic document feeder (ADF). Both are large enough for tabloid and A3-size paper. Even better, the ADF can duplex, by scanning one side of a page and then turning it over to scan the other side. The combination of duplex scanning and duplex printing lets you copy both single- and double-sided originals to single- or double-sided copies.

Like most tabloid-size printers, the WF-7611 is heavy enough that you’ll probably want some help moving it into place. It weighs 47 pounds 13 ounces and measures 16.5 by 22.3 by 19.1 inches (HWD) with the output tray closed. With the tray fully open, it measures 32.2 inches deep.

On our business applications suite (using QualityLogic’s hardware and software for timing), the printer came in at 5.4 pages per minute (ppm), the same results as the Epson WF-7610. The Brother MFC-J6920DW came in at 5.5ppm, while the Brother MFC-J4710DW managed 5.7ppm.

Output quality was uneven in testing. Text was in the top tier for an inkjet, which makes it easily good enough for most business use, unless you have an unusual need for small fonts. Graphics quality, in contrast, was at the low end of the range for inkjets. The output can serve for any internal business need, but whether you’ll consider it suitable for, say, PowerPoint handouts will depend on how critical your eye is. I saw some obvious banding, for example, particularly in large areas of dark colors. Photo quality on matte paper is a cut above typical for an inkjet, making the output better than most drugstore prints.

Another plus the WF-7611 shares with the Epson WF-7610 is its 4.3-inch color touch-screen control panel for copy, scan, and fax commands. You can also define as many as 12 preset commands, with settings for resolution, duplexing, cloud destination, and so on.

The one potential drawback is a relatively high cost per page, at 3.2 cents for a monochrome page and 11.4 cents for a color page (based on letter-size pages and Epson’s claimed yield and cartridge costs.) In comparison, based on claimed costs, the Brother MFC-J4710DW can save you 0.9 cents per monochrome page and 3.4 cents per color page. The Brother MFC-J6920DW can do even better, boosting the savings to 1.5 cents per monochrome page and 4 cents per color page. The savings for tabloid-size pages will be even higher.

This difference in running cost can translate to spending a lot less money over the printer’s lifetime with one of Brother models, both of which are Editors’ Choices. Between the two, the Brother MFC-J6920DW is the obvious pick if you print with A3-size paper as well as tabloid size or need to scan, as well as print at larger-than-legal size. If you need to print at tabloid, but not A3, and don’t need to scan at large size, the Brother MFC-J4710DW will save you money on the initial price as well.

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