Excellent print quality. Strong mobile device support. Huge 500-sheet input capacity. Relatively low price.
High running costs. No multipurpose tray or slot. ADF is not auto-duplexing.
- BOTTOM LINE
The Epson WorkForce Pro WF-3733 prints well and it comes with an unusually high paper capacity for its price, but high running costs make this all-in-one printer more sensible for low-volume environments.
May 12, 2019 11:17AM EST
Editors’ Rating: Good
Exclusive to Target and Walmart, Epson’s WorkForce Pro WF-3733 ($179.99) is an all-in-one printer intended for low- to medium-volume printing and copying in small offices or workgroups. Like all PrecisionCore-based Epson WorkForce Pro machines, the WF-3733 is relatively quick, and it prints well. It also comes out of the box with a respectable paper capacity. As with many borderline entry-level/midrange office-oriented AIOs, though, it has somewhat high running costs. Otherwise, like most of its WorkForce Pro AIO siblings, the WF-3733 is more than capable of light- to medium-duty service in settings with up to a handful of users.
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