dealsepson workforce wf-7520 wide-format all-in-one…

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Anyone know if this printer will can do printable CD's? Can't find any information on it.

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What is up with the weird mix. A printer & CHOCOLATE??

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@roni24: guess it's a mother's day promo?

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Disclosure on OfficeMax site says $50.00 trade-in good on printers "$279.99 and above". Are we sure about the rebate here?

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@elt100: check out this weeks ad (available on officemax.com) - it looks like they will accept the $50 trade-in for any printer regularly priced at 279.99 and above. This epson here is regularly 299.99. Check this out -- in this example, it is on sale for $70 off, plus it still qualifies, even though the sale price is lower than 279.99.

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I just bought the the Epson WF-7510 All-In-One. Its the exact same printer with a 250 sheet tray instead of the 500 which makes the WF-7520 more than 3 inches taller. The WF-7510 is $100 bucks cheaper and you can get it at Office Depot right now for $179.00.

I'd rather save over $129 and have to put paper in every other week instead of every 3 weeks!

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@michaelmm: what's your point? this was a better deal. now the deal is over. why come back a month after the deal is done, talking about a different product?

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I've been an HP guy for ages. I put up with the quirky install software, intermittent network connectivity, punitive ink charges and middling print quality. Why, you might ask? I have no idea; perhaps, deep down, I'm just not that bright. Anyhow, the point here is that this Epson product has been an absolute joy thus far. Simple setup, rock-solid connectivity, great print quality, and big-time speed. The install went flawlessly, and I did the whole procedure wirelessly. I will never purchase another HP product, ever, and I'm seriously considering shorting the stock, just for spite...

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BTW, forgot to mention. I have NO idea how to get the rebate. No form in the box, nothing on ODEP's site, nothing. I don't really care, since the printer is worth far more than I paid, but I thought I'd mention it...

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@elt100: Do you mean the $50 trade-in? All you do is bring in an old, unwanted printer along with your receipt to a store before 6/30/2012 and you'll get a $50 credit, If you purchased it online before 6/17/2012. Print this out just in case: http://slickdeals.net/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=1221666&stc=1&d=1338994925

Thanks for sharing!