Epson’s Entry-Level Networkable WorkForce DS-575W Wireless Color Document Scanner : William Harrel – Journalist

Epson’s Entry-Level Networkable WorkForce DS-575W Wireless Color Document Scanner

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  • PROSReview of Epson WorkForce DS-575W Wireless Color Document Scanner at PCMag

    Fast scanning and saving to PDF. Comes with document and business card management software. Wi-Fi networking. Strong software bundle.

  • CONS

    Could be more accurate when scanning serif fonts. Ethernet is extra and expensive.

  • BOTTOM LINE

    The Epson scans reasonably quickly and accurately, making it a good choice for small offices that need a document scanner with a simple feature set.

 [amazon_textlink asin=’B0733NHFK4′ text=’WorkForce DS-575W’ template=’ProductAd’ store=’store-1′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’40b5a13f-1dae-11e8-a0e1-799860794bb0′]The Epson WorkForce DS-575W ($399.99) is a low- to mid-volume document scanner designed for micro and small offices and workgroups. It’s comparable in price and speed to the Editors’ Choice Brother ADS-2700W Wireless High-Speed Desktop Document Scanner.[amazon_link asins=’B0757Z7NLC’ template=’CopyOf-PriceLink’ store=’store-1′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’a1546358-1dad-11e8-a2a4-a7b654ad9708′] The DS-575W is a fine desktop scanner, but the Brother model supports Ethernet networking and is considerably more accurate. That said, there are plenty of small-office and home-based-office scenarios where Ethernet isn’t required, and where the DS-575W would make a good personal scanner. It’s not robust enough to dislodge the Brother ADS-2700W from its top slot, but it’s still a fine little entry- to mid-level desktop scanner.Read the entire review at PCMag.



 

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