The scanning can probably be done via mail, but I have opted for the easy way directly to the computer. FTP server is alternatively possible, cloud storage and storage on a USB device. Scanning can be done (of course) by placing the original on the document glass. Or you can use the automatic document feeder, which also supports double-sided originals. The selected settings can be saved as favorites. However, there is a star deduction for scanning: Scanning in PDF requires the installation of any Asian fonts in Adobe Reader. Thus the PDFs can not be easily forwarded (or forwarded, but they are not readable by the recipient).
The almost 20kg heavy device seems powerful, for an A3 device but rather small. A separate ink cartridge is used per color, which reduces consumption. Whether it also lowers costs ultimately depends on how well individual ink cartridges are available at reasonable prices. Basically, you should keep the device in motion; If you do not print for weeks, an inkjet printer is not a good option. If necessary, you should then regularly (eg weekly) print a colored page to prevent drying out of the printhead. However, I can hardly imagine that this (not quite cheap) Klotz as art object with occasional printer second use in the corner. All in all, with the Epson Workforce Enterprise WF-C17590 D4TWF you have a very versatile device that meets the typical requirements in the office as well as in the demanding private household without further ado. In addition to functionality, the device scores with ease of installation and intuitive operation.
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